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The New MIND Diet May Help Prevent Alzheimer's

<i>Dear Savvy Senior,</i><p>I've heard that there's a new diet that can help prevent Alzheimer's disease. What can you tell me about this? My 80-year-old mother has Alzheimer's and I want to do everything I can to protect myself.<p>--Concerned Daughter<p><i>Dear Concerned,</i><p>It's true! Research has found that a new diet …

Alzheimer's Disease

8 Ways Eating Fruit Juices Up Your Sex Life

We all know fruits and vegetables are great for us. But it gets a little boring hearing the same benefits over and over, like they'll reduce our risk of stroke, heart attack, diabetes, cancer, obesity, etc. So let's make health a little more fun. And what's more fun than sex? Here are 8 tips you'll …

Nutrition

A Beginner’s Guide To Trekking And Climbing The Best Trails On The Planet

One foot in front of the other. You trudge. The frozen snow cracks under your boots. The air gradually thins. Up.<p>One foot in front of the other, that’s the key. The peripheral edema causes your hands to swell in your gloves. Your cheeks start to redden. Up. Up.<p>One foot in front of the…<i>where were …

Hiking

The world’s 7 must-see travel destinations for 2016

Can’t decide where to take your next city break? TripAdvisor, the travel website, sliced and diced millions of user reviews to select the most …

7 Books We Didn't Expect To Fall In Love With

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Books

How Combining Yoga & HIIT Makes You Stronger, Stat

<i>Todd McCullough is a former University of Florida football player and creator of</i> TMAC FITNESS<i>. He specializes in helping busy people get into shape</i> …

14 Awesome Post-Workout Meals for Vegans

If you still think vegans have a hard time being fit and healthy, it’s time to get with the program. Whether they’re smashing world records in …

Healthy Eating

30 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it's pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you'll eat only <i>whole</i> foods—meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, …

Breakfast

The Powerful Predictor Behind Successful Relationships

When does a broken relationship start to go wrong?<p>Whatever you’re thinking — an awkward conversation with your boss, the white lie you told about …

Self-help

Build Your Hip and Glute Strength to Climb Like a Boss Through the Trails | Women's Health

As you might have expected, you'll also continue using the foam roller exercise to loosen up your muscles. This is especially important as they get stronger—which can cause a loss of flexibility.<p>Additionally, you'll increase the length of your treadmill hike. Last week we did two miles, this week …

It's Week 2 of Your Total-Body Workout Through the Trails | Women's Health

But to keep increasing your endurance and strength, we're going to ramp up your strength-training routine with a total-body workout. In the kinetic chain, or the way your muscles work together in your body, every link (a.k.a. each muscle) needs to be as strong as the next. And that full-body …

Hike Up Your Workout with This Trail-Ready Training Plan | Women's Health

To kick off week one, it's important for hiking newbies to pick up a pair of hiking shoes from a legit sportswear store. That's because the right shoe can actually help prevent injuries, like killer blisters, Achilles tendonitis, and knee pain. Ask the staff if they're used to fitting hiking boots, …

These Full-Body Moves Will Give You a Giant Push Toward the Trails | Women's Health

And since it's our final week, we’re going all in with our long hike! A six-mile adventure on the treadmill, to be exact. Here's how it breaks down: one mile flat road, two miles at a two percent incline, one mile at three percent, one mile at four percent, and then finish it off with one more mile …