December means Christmas, and Christmas means cookies. While we could never say a bad word about cookies, it’s easier than you may think to mindlessly eat an entire day’s work of calories just in Christmas cookies. This doesn’t mean you need to give up sprinkled snowman cutouts altogether, though. There are simple substitutions you can make while baking to eliminate some of the fat and calories in your cookies.
If you love to eat pizza in its high-carb, unhealthy deliciousness, then try making this recipe at home as a better alternative—one that’s packed with veggies and still tastes good.
Whether you’re a girly-girl or a tomboy at heart, there’s one thing everyone can agree on: sneaker shopping is the best type of shopping.
We all know the saying, “You have to walk before you can run.” But what if we told you running didn’t have to be part of a great workout? The latest fitness craze is often associated with old people in the mall, but now you can learn how to own it too. That’s right – we’re talking about fast walking.
Boasting a whopping eight fitness facilities to choose from, Penn State has no shortage of options when it comes to where you want to get your sweat on. But when it comes to what you want to get out of your workout, too many choices can be a little daunting.
Ladies, sound the underarm alarm – it’s time to take a quick pit stop in underarm care. Though they may seem forgotten, you pits are no less important than the rest of your body. Take note of these tips to keep your underarms feeling healthy and smooth.
“Gluten is a vague term. It’s something that is used to categorize things that are bad. Calories, that’s gluten. Fat, that’s a gluten,” says Seth Rogan in “This Is the End”. That’s a nice try, but no Seth. Gluten is a protein found in foods processed from wheat and other grains such a barley and rye. Gluten helps dough rise and gives it its chewy texture.