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Spirulina: The Plant-Based, Blue-Green Supplement Linked With Glowing Skin, Reduced Inflammation & Overall Health

Spirulina is incredibly nutrient-dense and, according to some researchers, might actually be the most nutritious food on the planet. In 1974, spirulina was actually named the "Best Food for the Future" at the United Nations World Food Conference. "I read an article that said it’s sexier to call spirulina a ‘superfood’ than it is to call it pond scum—because of ...

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The Best Late-Night Snacks, According To Nutritionists

Hunger strikes late at night, and even though you know you should probably just go to bed, you raid the kitchen for something, anything to satiate that nagging desire. While eating a slice of pizza, some ice cream or potato chips might satiate the craving, chances are you won’t be feeling so great when trying to fall asleep after, or ...

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Are Smoothie Bowls Healthy? Plus: Five More Trendy Foods and Whether They're Actually Good for You

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9 nutritionist-approved recipes to satisfy your pumpkin spice obsession

Get the Better newsletter. SUBSCRIBE They’re heeeere. Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Lattes (or simply, PSL) made their fall debut recently, and while Starbucks’ PSL is a fan favorite, it’s probably fairly obvious that it isn’t a nutritional winner. It’s too bad because pumpkin contains plenty of healthy nutrients, and canned pumpkin puree is an easy way to get the benefits. A ...

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8 foods you should never eat before a workout

Getty ImagesEmilija Manevska You need to eat food to fuel a workout, which is a great excuse to devour your favourite snack before hitting the gym. As David Wiener, training and nutrition specialist at fitness app Freeletics, pointed out: “If you exercise on an empty stomach, your body won’t have enough energy to perform at its best.” Advertisement – Continue ...

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