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Assortment of groceries laid out at home.
By Life Time Editorial Team
With a little forward thinking, you can save time and money — and avoid stress — while eating healthier throughout the week.
Four spoons with homemade seasoning on each one.
By Kaelyn Riley
Don’t have garam masala or taco seasoning on hand? Learn to mix up your own blend using the herbs and spices in your pantry.
Clear drink with lemon and herbs in it on a black table.
By The Life Time Training Team
Should alcohol be part of your healthy lifestyle, or could it be doing you more damage than good? Learn the health benefits and risks.
Illustration of garlic, carrots and citrus.
By Courtney Helgoe
What integrative health MDs are recommending right now to build immunity during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A photo of Jason Sweetnam.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard, Michael Dregni, and Jill Metzler Patton
There’s no one-size-fits-all formula for fueling your fitness endeavors. Here’s how Jason Sweetnam powers and recovers from his workout.
Jar of beans and jar of rice.
By Michael Dregni
Make beans the centerpiece of your meals, throw Swiss chard and spinach in your smoothie, and four other ways to amp up your fiber intake.
Illustration of molecules.
By The Life Time Training Team
Quercetin is one of the most potent polyphenols in plants — and it can support your skin, heart, and body composition.
A close up of a person washing carrots over a colliander in the sink.

Julie Brown, RD, the nutrition and assessments program manager at Life Time, joins us to discuss the many health benefits of vegetables, and to share her favorite cooking tips and best tricks for squeezing more veggies into your meals and snacks.

Woman using tablet with groceries around her.
By Life Time Editorial Team
Learn how to set — and stick to — a food budget with these tips for helping you keep your spending on food, drinks, coffee, and snacks in check.
Assortment of supplements and foods to boost immunity.

Get advice from Tom Nikkola, vice president of nutrition and virtual training at Life Time, about the eating and lifestyle choices that can compromise immunity, as well as how we can optimize our nutrition to help build this system. Plus, he shares some bonus tips for exercise and sleep.

Illustration of person sleeping with food floating.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
When it comes to metabolic health, sleep plays an unexpectedly powerful role. At the same time, our food choices also have a big impact on how we sleep — or don’t.
Supplements surrounded by whole foods.
By Henry Emmons, MD
Here are some key supplements to give your mental health a boost.
Man making a shake in the kitchen.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
Wondering how to optimize your pre- and post-workout nutrition strategies? Read about the most important things to consider.
Woman unpacking groceries at home.
By Life Time Editorial Team
With a little guidance, you can make your food budget — and purchases — stretch a little further.
Oats, almonds, avocado, yogurt, and sweet potatoes on a surface.
By Robin Asbell
You don’t need to transform your whole diet to eat healthier. These small shifts can make your meals more nutritious — and more satisfying.
Blender, nut butter, blueberries and spinach laid out on a counter.
By Molly Schelper
Looking for a convenient way to get a balance of nutrients into your diet? Try these body-fueling shake recipes from three healthy-living experts.
Hands holding a smart phone that shows calorie-counting app.
By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
All calories are not created equal. We take a close look at the factors that set them apart — and how they influence your health.
Woman washing greens in a kitchen sink.

Many of us are struggling with healthy eating choices while we’re at home — but it doesn’t have to be so hard. Coach Anika Christ, RD, offers practical tips and meal ideas that can make it easier.

Plate of spinach, avocado and dressing.
By Julie Brown
Learn how to pair foods to get the most nutrition from your meals.
Assorted sources of protein on a table.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Wondering how much protein you actually need? Learn more about this macronutrient and how to get it from healthy sources.
Illustration of a green onion, radish and carrot.
By Julie Brown
You aren’t “what you eat” — you’re what you digest and absorb. Our expert reveals how to get the most nutrition from your food.
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