Taking a vacation has evolved into focusing on your favorite past times and in some cases, managing your health for longevity. As we ask our customers to turn their vacation dial to “Healthy” we recognize the growing popularity of wellness retreats and resorts in the U.S. As we continue to pivot towards healthier living, the demand for fitness and health has grown even while traveling. Help us find the best in the nation by voting for your favorite from 20 nominees, chosen by a panel of luxury travel experts.
Tired of serving the same, boring salsa? Mix it up with grilled pineapple and mango for a salsa summer eating surprise – it’s both delicious and nutritious.
We are celebrating marine life and all the healthy things that come from the sea and learning how to make delicious scallops with a citrus ginger sauce.
Considering a health resort for your winter getaway? Here are four things you should know.
Satisfying late-night cravings doesn’t have to leave you with a feeling of remorse. Here are some healthy swaps for those after-hour snacks.
Busy Girls (and Guys!) we’re looking at you! It’s time to throw excuses to the wayside and to fit exercise into your hectic schedules!
While sunlight and supplements are the best sources, we thought you could use an additional boost with some foods with vitamin D, especially with the dreary months ahead.
North America is a hotspot for spa enthusiasts
This refreshing recipe from Pritikin Longevity Center puts those herbs and tomatoes beginning to grow like crazy to good use.
While there are a number of factors that can affect our energy levels, one key player is the food we eat. We asked Kimberly Altman, MS, RD, LD/N, at The Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa in Miami, Florida, for her top six foods for boosting energy.