The founder of Black Girl In Om talks about inclusivity in the yoga and wellness space and why self-care is critical for women of color.
Brominated vegetable oil, commonly used in sports drinks and sodas, has been banned in several countries because it’s both a flame retardant and a potential hormone disrupter.
Listen to and trust your body — it's smarter than you are.
Clearing up your clutter is a great way to clean up your stress level.
When you are most convinced you don’t have time for yoga, try one of these ultra-quick yoga fixes and notice the difference it makes to your day!
Ayurvedic medicine believes the answer to healing is quite simple: harness your bodies’ natural ability and internal power to heal itself. They believe that personal health is an evolutionary, creative process that we must be engaged in at all times to create our best health and life through balance.
Although we may not like to admit it, many of the sleep problems we experience are the result of bad habits and behaviors. Here are the common sleep "mistakes" I see in my practice and their solutions.
Whether it’s movement, holistic nutrition, environment, or wellness lifestyle, there is much we can do to improve our quality of health and life naturally.
Dr. Mark Hyman examines the connections of politics, money, and our healthcare system — and what we can do about it.
Raw Foodism is the practice of consuming uncooked, unprocessed, organic foods as the majority of your diet. This group suggests your diet should be 51% or more of raw foods in order to obtain the internal health benefits available.
Something really cool has started happening in my family: We’re planning potlucks in terms of healthy eating. Who’s bringing the salad? Can the dressing be on the side? How about two options: one creamy and one olive-oil based? How about a nice fruit salad? Now, mind you, my family has always (luckily) been good about... Read more »