Cozy Fall Foods May Help Fend Off Cancer and Heart Disease

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Does Sparkling Water Make You Bloated?

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Whether you get fix via store-bought cans or a DIY SodaStream, there's no denying that sparkling water makes hydrating a little bit more fun. For the most part, that's great news: Most flavored seltzers are made without sweeteners (real or artificial) and naturally contain zero calories, so they're a great swap for soda when you're craving bubbles. But, do these bubbles cause inconvenient side effects like belching or bloating? We asked a gastroenterologist to explain why this might happen, and what you can do it avoid it.

Finding a Frog in Your Organic Produce Is (Apparently) Pretty Common

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Organic produce is more popular than ever, according to statistics from USA Today, with fresh vegetables being the food consumers are most likely to pay extra for. But what if your organic veggies came with a live animal? Such was the case for Wisconsin woman, Karlie Allen, who discovered a frog in her box of organic salad greens earlier last week.


10 Ways Your Workouts Could Actually Be Causing Weight Gain

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Ask just about anyone and they'll tell you that diet and exercise are the two most important components of losing weight. But unfortunately, both healthy eating and regular exercise can actually cause you to gain weight if you're not careful.

Here are 10 ways your workout can actually cause the scale to creep back up:

What Are Adaptogens and Are They Good for You?

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Whether you're familiar with adaptogens or not, chances are you've seen them as an add-in option on your local coffee shop or smoothie bar menus. Wherever it may be, their popularity and availability seems to be growing, and quite a few purported benefits are circulating—from fighting fatigue or cancer to improving your sexual health.

But how legit are they? We'll tell you about the benefits, science and any risks ofadaptogens along with taking a closer look at some popular kinds, includingashwagandha and rhodiola.