Photo by Collin Orcutt Turns out the NBA lifestyle isn't all parties and beautiful women. Pro basketball player Jeremy Lin gave Greatist all the details on how he stays in tip top shape on and off the court. When it comes to training, Lin sticks to functional workouts- always with a basket ball in hand- which he says is more effective than hopping on a cardio machine.
When it comes to Sunday brunch, it's helpful to serve a dish that comes together in just a few minutes but can feed a crowd. This healthy breakfast is one of those laid-back dishes that's high in flavor, fill-factor, and nutrition. Plus it cuts down on clean up since itcan be served in the pan it's baked in.
Sleep is objectively good. So why are more than one-third of Americans not getting enough of it? Residual anxiety and stress from the day (or the dread of more to come tomorrow) can keep us awake and ruminating into the wee hours of the night. And the next morning (when we've become the Walking Dead), we're less productive, more irritable, and more stressed out.
Photo by Caitlin Covington Listen up, yogurt lovers: This protein-packed superfood doesn't need to cost a fortune. Make it at home on the cheap by lining a strainer or colander with a coffee filter, filling with regular plain yogurt, and letting it sit overnight in the fridge. (Just remember to place something beneath to catch the liquid!
If you were told to bring coleslaw to a game-day party of 20, but can't stomach the idea of that much mayo, take a breath. Just because it's slaw doesn't mean you need to break out the 400-ounce jar of Hellmann's. Sure, without mayo, it may not be coleslaw in the truest sense of the dish, but after you share these five creamy and tangy recipes, you won't have to spend the halftime break convincing people to “just try it.
Say “buh-bye” to the ice cream truck and “hello” to hand sanitizer stations on every corner. Summer may just be on its way out, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say we should already be thinking about flu season. But is a flu shot really the best bet for staying healthy this winter?