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By Aviva Romm, MD
Here are a few surprising ways we can be triggered without even knowing it.
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By Katie Knafla, RD, LD
Wondering if a food sensitivity test is something you may want to consider? A Life Time dietitian offers insights into common sources of food sensitivities, reasons they occur, ways to overcome them, and more.
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By Michael Dregni
That's the upshot of a recent study.
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By Courtney Helgoe
Learn how this essential nutrient boosts immunity.
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By Aviva Romm, MD
Our biological stress response operates the same whether threats are real or perceived. Here's how your system reacts.
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By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
A Life Time dietitian and trainer shares the five non-food habits that help drive her clients with a weight-loss goal to success.
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Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are most often connected to sports-related trauma, yet nearly half occur in everyday life from incidents such as slips, falls, and even infections. The good news: There’s hope for healing. Jeremy Schmoe, DC, joins us to talk about how to identify abnormalities and the ways we can better support our brains.

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By Courtney Helgoe
The recommended intake might be different if you have a chronic illness or are a smoker.
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By Life Time Editorial Team
With election day 2020 officially behind us, take some time to prioritize you in the days ahead.
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By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
Consider these seven steps for making health progress this season.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
Like it or not, emotions share some very real biochemical links with your nervous, endocrine, immune and digestive systems. Isn't it time you learned something about how your body responds to what you feel—and vice versa?
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By Aviva Romm, MD
Being on high alert for too long can put you into adrenal overdrive. Learn how to shift from fight-or-flight mode into calmer states that help your body recover.
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By Courtney Helgoe
This essential nutrient supports nearly every aspect of health.
Headshot of Chrissy King.

After first joining a gym to “get skinny,” Chrissy King, now a fitness coach, found a new sense of strength and power from exercise, which also challenged and changed her self-narrative. She speaks to us about her passions: fitness and strength training, body liberation, redefining what healthy means for you, and welcoming all people into the health and fitness space.

hip joint on woman running
By Craig Cox
Apparently so — the older the better for joint replacement, according to recent research.
A woman in a fitness facility working out on a resistance machine.
By Molly Schelper
Overcoming blockers to — and guilt around — self-care can be challenging, especially for women. But making time to care for yourself is vital for your health and well-being — and for your family, too.
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By The Life Time Training Team
Have a weight-loss goal? Hear the advice of these four Life Time members who’ve all had success with that journey.
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By Life Time Editorial Team
Learn how we’ve enhanced our rigorous safety and cleaning protocols to make our spaces safer for you and our team members.
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By Michael Dregni
Curious what's in your tap water? Check out the Environmental Working Group's new Tap Water Database.
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By Courtney Helgoe
Technically, yes. Too much candida in your gut microbiome can lead to a condition called auto-brewery syndrome.
A person using a tape measurer to measure their waist.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Consider these measurements as part of your toolkit for continually optimizing your health.
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