Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but only if you do it right. You can supercharge your morning with a superfood or feel like you're running on empty. The choice is up to you. Here are 10 food tips that every healthy person knows will prepare them to seize the day.
- By The List
- By LIVESTRONG.COM
In-person racing may be paused due to the coronavirus pandemic, but running isn't. You can still train for and race a 5K on your own or virtually for some friendly competition. Whether you want to run your first race, get faster, build muscle or just have fun, LIVESTRONG.com has a program to help you stay motivated and reach your goal. You'll pick a plan below based on your goal, then train for five weeks before joining us on the (virtual) course
- By Janette Speyer
Writer Maria Belinska claims that bagels began their long history in Germany and migrated to Poland around the 14th century. In those days Jews were forbidden to bake bread. As the church rules relaxed over the years the bagel became the staple in Jewish cuisine. Bagels arrived in the US with the Eastern European Jews in the late 19th-century. Bagels became a trendy food in the late 1970s. In this Storyboard I will share the history and some fun ways to enjoy America’s favorite bread.