You've heard it a million times: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And when it comes to breakfast, eggs are king. There are so many ways to prepare them-fried, over easy, poached, hard-boiled, and perhaps the easiest variation, scrambled. To keep you from getting bored of your usual recipe, we've pulled together spicy, salty, and savory combinations so your breakfast goals can keep going well into the new year, with eggs as the main event.
We've all been there. Rushing to get a workout out of the way, we crank up the speed and incline on the treadmill right off the bat or jump into a strength-training circuit. Warm-up? Who needs that? You might like 14 Things You're Probably Doing Wrong on Your Run Turns out, everyone. Skipping a warm-up could put you at risk for a subpar workout or worse: injury.
So you get the text: Can we go out for burgers (no buns!) tonight instead of pizza? Oh no, is she on this caveman diet everyone's been raving about too? You don't know whether to be mad or happy for her, but you can't help but wonder why the Paleo diet is getting all this hype. You're intrigued. We don't blame you.
You might already know about foods you should be eating for your heart or your gut-but what about the foods that protect your cells? Those would be the ones packed with antioxidants, a buzzy term you've probably heard before. Antioxidants occur naturally in plant-based foods such as fruits, vegetables, coffee, tea, wine, and chocolate.
Ready for some Friday R&R? Catch up on the latest and Greatist in fitness, health, and happiness with our weekly roundup of our most popular articles this week: Photo by Kate Morin Recipe: Quinoa and Sweet Potato Stuffed Mushrooms Vegetarians and vegans, rejoice! These tasty quinoa and sweet potato stuffed 'shrooms are just as belly-filling as the turkey and stuffing hitting the Thanksgiving table next week.
At this point, getting into a fight at Ikea is a relationship milestone. Arguments at the Swedish retailer are so common that some therapists give couples the task of building Ikea furniture as a way to build their relationship-physically and metaphorically. So it's only fitting that the company introduced Ikea Retail Therapy, a website where the products are renamed in a joking nod to the relationship problems they fix (a single bed is called “my partner snores”).