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By Experience Life Staff
Strategies for reframing fear and enjoying life in the face of anxiety.
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.
Woman working in a garden.
By Nicole Radziszewski
Here are some ideas to help you and your loved ones stay fit and have fun while social distancing.
An illustration of a woman with flowing hair looking to the side.
By Karen Olson
Expert tips on how to let go of grudges.
Assorted supplements spilled on a table with a glass of water.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
Try these antioxidants and herbs to help your liver improve its detoxifying capabilities.
Woman outside looking at notebook.
By Heidi Wachter
Navigating change and building resiliency starts with healthy habits.
Plate of spinach, avocado and dressing.
By Julie Brown
Learn how to pair foods to get the most nutrition from your meals.
Older woman talking to someone.
By Craig Cox
Loneliness can present a real health threat — especially for the elderly — but everywhere you look, people are finding new ways to engage with one another.
Two potted plants.
By Kaelyn Riley
Consider one of these projects to make good use of your downtime.
Four people doing moving meditations outside,
By Matthew Sanford
Three stretches to help you increase your body awareness.
A fit man running outside.
By Matthew Sanford
Here’s how to turn running into an integrated mind–body exercise.
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.
Woman walking
By Lauren Bedosky
Up the ante on your next walk with this body-weight interval workout.
Two glasses of a cucumber and pineapple smoothie.
By Maddie Augustin
Cucumber and pineapple are naturally hydrating foods, so they can help your liver and kidneys clear toxins from your body. Pineapple is also the only major dietary source of the enzyme bromelain, which helps your body digest protein.
Two bowls of cauliflower soup.
By Maddie Augustin
Leeks, garlic, and other alliums contain prebiotics, an indigestible fiber that provides critical support for your gut microbiome and digestive health.
A spread of assorted probiotic foods.
By Mo Perry
Why are probiotics so popular? Are all supplements equally effective? Can I get enough friendly bacteria from food? Health experts address these and other common questions.
Father with toddler folding laundry.
By Jon Spayde
For many couples, the majority of domestic tasks tend to fall to one partner. Sharing the labor can build equity — and enhance your relationship.
Man running outside in a beautiful landscape.
By Sarah Tuff Dunn
Trail running offers a unique blend of mental and physical training. These expert tips can help you stay injury-free and enjoy fitness gains.
Waves in the ocean
By Catherine Guthrie
In addition to herbal remedies, targeted nutritional supplements can help manage chronic anxiety.
Red lentil dal
By Experience Life Staff
Lentil soup, grassfed beef chili, curried chickpea salad, and more!
A bowl of crunchy Thai salad
By Katie Koteen and Kate Kasbee
Swap quinoa for the millet in this salad, which gets its kick from a Thai peanut sauce.
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