Keto Beef Stew | Mark’s Daily Apple

Looking for a warm and cozy meal? Our beef stew is the perfect meal to cook for a dinner spent inside. Filled with plenty of vegetables, such as radishes and carrots this stew can be cooked on the stovetop or in the oven for ease. Not only is this Keto Beef Stew great on its […]

What You Need To Know About The London Marathon Expo 2022

Every year the London Marathon Expo is an enjoyable celebration of all things running, where you collect your race number for the event and check out great new gear that you should absolutely not buy to use on race day (NEVER use something new on race day, folks). The only downside is that you have […]

Over the past thirty years, our diet hasn’t improved

Everybody eats; however, the way in which people eat differs on their culture, geography, level of knowledge, and economic status. Moreover, diet is linked to many diseases, with poor diet quality responsible for over 25% of preventable global deaths. A new Nature Food study describes diet quality on a global basis in a stratified manner. […]

Keto Trail Mix | Mark’s Daily Apple

The great thing about making your own snack food at home is that you control what goes into it. This Sweet and Savory Keto Trail Mix combination is no exception. You can have a little sweet and a little salty together without any fear of sending your healthy diet into a nosedive. When you make […]

The Running Workout That Coach Rory Knight Swears By

Sure, running is a workout in itself, but did you know that there are many different types of running workout? If you’ve followed a running training plan you probably do know this – but we’re always on the look-out for new challenging sessions to attempt when we’re not following a plan and this one from […]

Patients with autoimmune diseases at greater risk of complications after heart attack

In a recent study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, researchers assessed midterm and management outcomes of acute myocardial infarction (AMI) among patients with rheumatic immune-mediated inflammatory diseases (IMIDs). AMI has been associated with a cascade of local and remote immune response activation. In addition, studies have reported a positive association between […]

Eating an Avocado a Day Improves Gut Health

You’ll never mistake them for Tums, but if you’re looking to settle your gut, you might give avocados a try, according to research published in The Journal of Nutrition. In a study of 163 people, those who ate an avocado a day for 12 weeks developed a more robust and diverse gut “microbiome”—a buzzy term […]

Men Who Fear, Hate, and Worship Women and How They Can Find Real Lasting Love

Part 1             I’ve been a marriage and family counselor for more than fifty years. It is true, we teach what we want to learn. At my website, MenAlive.com, I greet visitors with a short welcome video, “Confessions of a Twice-Divorced Marriage Counselor.” I talk about what went wrong in my first two marriages and […]

A Guide to Choosing Sustainable Fabrics

Are you wearing sustainable fabric? It matters. The provenance of your shirt, pants, and underwear isn’t just aesthetic or ornamental. It’s serious stuff. Consider food, which isn’t that different from clothing. Textile production is an industrial process, with all the economies of scale and chemical adulteration that entails. Just as processed food bears increasingly little […]

Rediscovering Vasectomy in the Post-Roe V. Wade Era

Have we hit the tipping point with vasectomies? (Courtesy Unsplash.com) For the last 40 years, since Roe V. Wade, abortions have been a federally protected, constitutional right. But in June 2022 the Supreme Court ruled that there is nothing in the US Constitution that addresses abortion and handed the abortion issue to individual states to […]