Entries tagged with “Supplements”
Dr. Deborah Gordon dives into the controversies and misperceptions surrounding supplements.
Keep your immune system strong—now more than ever!
A low mood is more common in the winter months. But it may also signal a gap in your nutrition.
“We know that sleep makes us feel better, and we know it’s better for us. And we even know how to measure our deep sleep. But how do we get it?”
Stock up your sleep station with supplements for sleep from Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, and the world of mushrooms.
In a world that pushes toward the complex, there are still simple ways to stay healthy.
Most of us eat too much, and many of us eat healthy, so… Why take extra anything?
Doctors need to know the full picture
VitamaniaOur Obsessive Quest for Nutritional PerfectionBy Catherine PricePENGUIN PRESSThere are 85,000 dietary supplements on the market, and more than 50 percent of Americans take…
CBD is widely available, but it’s hardly the only cannabinoid. Melissa Howsam explores what’s next.
Putting CBD into makeup and skincare seems like a natural next step for this newly popular ingredient. But it’s not quite that simple. Brandi-Ann Uyemura investigates.
At first, being vegetarian was great, and when I say great at first, I’m really referring to the time between making the conscious decision to forever swear off meat and the 22 hou…
Collagen is either a must for smooth skin and supple joints—or an unproven supplement that will waste your money. Wellbeing editor KATHRYN DRURY WAGNER went in search of answers.
In our special section we explore CBD from a variety of angles. Dive in to get up to speed on this huge trend.
If you’re unnerved by the idea that a typical package of hamburger might contain flesh from hundreds, if not thousands, of cows, you may be surprised to know the oil in your fish o…
Discover how CBD can help you through the pandemic.
It’s still the Wild West in a bottle. Here’s how to be a smart consumer.
Superfood or diet villain? Researchers weigh in on the pros and cons of soy.
The hugely popular cure-all isn't going anywhere, but what happens next?