The “Eight Glasses of Water Per Day” Rule is a Myth

The “eight glasses of water per day” rule has plagued the minds of health-conscious individuals ever since the Food and Nutrition Board recommended the standard back in 1945—and apparently, it’s not true. While people do need about 2.5 liters of liquid per day, much of that comes in the form of food, fruits, soft drinks and even coffee, eliminating the need for an additional eight …

The New Health Rules

Dr Frank Lipman's definitive new guide to whole-body wellness

Striking a balance between accessible, easy-to-execute and comprehensive in nature, “The New Health Rules” by Dr Frank Lipman and Danielle Claro maps out longterm habits worth integrating into everyday life. This is no fad diet and these aren’t temporary tricks. The real challenge happens to be continued commitment to what clearly represents a beneficial and healthy habit. Lipman practices integrated medicine and this book targets …

UnTapped: Maple Syrup for Athletes

All-natural, slow-burning energy that's packed with vitamins and minerals

Anyone who has run a marathon, headed into the backcountry or saddled up for a 100-mile day on the bike knows there are some pretty suspect-tasting nutritional options out there. While getting the vitamins and nutrients one needs to maintain performance is essential, a tasty delivery method can do a lot to boost morale when the rain is falling and you’re miles from home. Vermont-based …