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Brown Rice Pudding With Nuts and Cardamom

By Hao Tran
This vegan rice pudding, from Dan Buettner’s new cookbook, The Blue Zones American Kitchen: 100 Recipes to Live to 100, uses plant-based milk in in place of dairy.
a salad with salmon and other anti-inflammatory foods

5 Rules for Anti-Inflammatory Eating

By Catherine Guthrie
Say no to sugar, embrace your inner herbivore, and three other tips for anti-inflammatory eating.
Ryan Dodge

Get Your Glow On: A Q&A With Chef Ryan Dodge

By Anjula Razdan
We talk to Life Time executive chef Ryan Dodge about his food philosophy, food that is alive, and LifeCafe’s Coffee Crunch Energy Bites.
A selection of items for Life Time's back-to-school guide

Your Guide to Back-to-School Snacks

By Life Time
Finding grab-and-go snacks that are both healthy and tasty is not a parent’s easiest task. Save time and mental anguish this back-to-school season by picking up these snacks from your favorite local market.
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How to Get Past Self-Loathing

By Shefali Tsabary, MD
In her new book, A Radical Awakening, Dr. Shefali talks about the difference between authenticity and goodness — and how to learn to love ourselves.
A pasta and veggie dish by chef Jose Andres

Pasta With Eggplant and Chickpeas

By José Andrés
This plant-based, vegetable-heavy meal from Chef José Andrés can be modified with a variety of spices depending on what you have in your pantry.
A person looks at a tag on a white t-shirt that reads '100 percent organic cotton'

8 Tips for Toxin-Free Clothing

By Experience Life Staff
Here are eight ways to avoid toxic dyes, pesticides, and even formaldehyde in your clothing.
A jar of roasted tomato salsa surrounded by the produce used to make it

Roasted Tomato Salsa

By Cary Neff
A mix of vegetables, herbs, and spices make this classic tomato salsa recipe endlessly customizable.
A woman with a medical mask on stares out the window.

Op-Ed: A Moment of Pause About the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

By Molly Tynjala
An Experience Life staffer who recently received the J&J vaccine writes about her reaction to the news that the vaccine is being temporarily paused and investigated in connection to a rare blood-clotting disorder.
Several women are peacefully protesting with signs.

COMING CLEAN: The Unlikely Activist

By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Our managing editor talks about how activism has helped — and challenged — her mental health.
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PUMPING IRONY: A Long-Term Rehab Project

By Craig Cox
COVID has drawn fresh attention to our broken long-term-care system, sparking some ambitious government initiatives. But recent research suggests there’s much more work to be done.
Someone left the keys in the refrigerator.

PUMPING IRONY: A Detour on the Road to Dementia?

By Craig Cox
The latest thinking on Alzheimer’s disease suggests we may slow its development with diet and lifestyle shifts, but a recent harrowing experience has me wondering whether my brain is already too far gone — or if I just need to pay better attention to what I’m doing.
Two birds over a couple of orange halves.

PUMPING IRONY: Reunion

By Craig Cox
Like many empty nesters, I often wonder what role I should be playing in my adult children’s lives. An unexpected visit from our daughter after months of silence provided some clarity.
A variety of medical tools

PUMPING IRONY: Destined for Diabetes?

By Craig Cox
A prediabetes diagnosis can trigger all sorts of nightmarish scenarios, but mounting evidence suggests that seniors are a lot less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than we’ve been led to believe.
A hospital bed with blue-and-white bedding

PUMPING IRONY: An ER for the Elderly

By Craig Cox
A promising wave of geriatric emergency departments, designed to cut hospital costs and better accommodate seniors, has been slowed by a lack of support from insurers — including Medicare.
A person with a COVID vaccine card gives the thumbs-up.

PUMPING IRONY: O Lucky Man!

By Craig Cox
I’ve never won a contest of any sort in my life, so when I got word that I’d been chosen to receive a COVID vaccine, I figured there must be some mistake.
Coach Anika and a plate of healthy food.

5 Secrets to Fat Loss

By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
In this webinar, Coach Anika walks through five areas to focus on for weight-loss progress post-2020.

Your Questions, Answered: What Are Some Simple Things I Can Do for My Gut Health?

By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Most of us have heard that good digestive health is key to overall health. While there are a lot of approaches to consider, there are a few new non-negotiables to start with.
Older woman talking to someone.

5 Ways to Stay Connected While Confined

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.
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Your Questions, Answered: How Big of a Deal is Alcohol When it Comes to My Fitness Goals?

By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Here’s how a Life Time dietitian approaches this subject with clients.
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