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29 Small Ways To Change Your Eating Habits Big Time

Enough with the crash diets and cleanses already. These ridiculously easy lifestyle changes will help you feel much healthier and happier for the long haul.<p>To make it easier, BuzzFeed Life spoke with Jessica Jones, M.S., R.D., co-host of <i>Food Heaven Made Easy</i>, and Danielle Omar, M.S., R.D., creator …

Healthy Eating

Is a Clean Eating Challenge Really Worth It?

A few weeks ago, I realized that I hadn't woken up feeling "good" in a long time. As someone who prioritizes sleep, exercise and eating a healthy, balanced diet, I had gotten a little off track. I wasn't sleeping enough, I was drinking more alcohol than usual and my busy schedule gave me an excuse …

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Here's What Real Healthy People Actually Eat For Lunch

In case you're looking for a healthy and tasty alternative to that sad desk salad.<p>When you eat the right kind of food at lunch, it'll help you stay full and alert throughout the afternoon. You won't be as tempted to snack, and you'll feel more energized. But healthy lunch can sometimes be a little …

Healthy Eating

Exercise Can't Save Us: Our Sugar Intake Is The Real Culprit, Say Experts

In a fascinating and scorching editorial in the <i>British Journal of Sports Medicine</i>, three authors argue that the myth that exercise is the key to weight loss – and to health – is erroneous and pervasive, and that it must end. The evidence that diet matters more than exercise is now overwhelming, …

Diabetes

The surprising downsides of being clever

Can high intelligence be a burden rather than a boon? David Robson investigates.<p>If ignorance is bliss, does a high IQ equal misery? Popular opinion would have it so. We tend to think of geniuses as being plagued by existential angst, frustration, and loneliness. Think of Virginia Woolf, Alan …

Psychology

Valve Demonstrates the Future of VR Better Than Anyone

Valve has experimented with virtual reality for years, but the Vive headset that it's designed in partnership with HTC is the first anyone outside the company and its tight-knit circles have seen of its efforts. It's an impressive piece of kit, featuring a high-res, independent display for each …

Virtual Reality

The Solitude of 'Skyrim' Remains The Remedy For An Overly-Connected Age

The first thing I did when I got my new gaming PC set up was to use Internet Explorer to download Google Chrome. The second? I downloaded Steam and installed Skyrim straight away.<p>I did it as a test of sorts. I’d never played Skyrim on PC before, because my past computers have always been too …

The Elder Scrolls

Five Reasons You Need To Watch 'Better Call Saul'

<i>Better Call Saul!</i> airs its first episode, “Uno” this evening on AMC.<p>The show tells the origin story of crooked attorney Saul Goodman from Vince Gilligan’s incredible <i>Breaking Bad.</i><p>But <i>Better Call Saul!</i> isn’t just a spin-off of a popular TV show. So far, it’s a terrific TV show on its own merits. It …

TV

Michael Brown Video Goes Viral: Does Video Really Show Mike Brown Assaulting A Homeless Man?

The shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri set off a wave of protests and counter-protests, and now it appears to have sparked yet another …

These 5 Things Will Make You Smarter

<b>1) Get rid of the distractions</b><p>You can’t multitask.<p>Via Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School:<p>To put it …

‘Elitism on Full Display’: Blaze Readers React to Michelle Obama’s Example of Racism in America — I Was Asked to Get Something Off the Shelf at Target

TheBlaze posted a story earlier this week about Michelle Obama’s experiences with racism. The first lady told People magazine that when she was in Target, a woman approached her and asked if she could help her take something off a shelf. “She didn’t see me as the first lady, she saw me as someone …