Last winter was tough. After a highly stressful, far too sedentary holiday season, I found myself carrying 15 extra pounds. I wanted to take it off, but I didn’t know how.
Science has shown that doing good makes people feel better faster than simply doing something they like. But why?
Here are 10 of our favorite hikes in The Music City.
Forty-five million Americans try to improve their diet each year, yet only 5% of us are able to keep unhealthy weight gain at bay long-term.
Experts say it takes at least 2 months to form a habit, and every little bit helps.
Can you be healthy at any weight? It’s a complex question. WellTuned asked Reena Panjwani, registered dietitian-nutritionist at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, to explain.
Rock climbing is a great workout that challenges both your mind and body, often in beautiful outdoor settings. Fortunately for Tennessee residents, there are plenty of opportunities to climb here, whether you’re looking to pull on some plastic in a gym or throw down a bouldering pad outside.
When you want to change a habit to become more healthy, you need to know how long it will take to make a habit stick. Here is how forming a habit works — plus some tips on how to kick the bad ones.
We all have restless nights from time to time. Here are 8 are safe, effective ways to keep your body and mind moving.
Studies show that people in the Mediterranean tend to be happier and more active, they don’t suffer from the same rates of disease, and they live longer. Here are the 9 nutritional principles they live by.