How to eat healthy in Paris when you have food allergies or follow a strict diet? Writer Jacquelyn Salvador says it's more fun and delicious than you think.
Sometimes the most exciting places in the world can be the most daunting, especially if you’re facing the new challenges alone. Luckily, there's a telephone hotline in Paris run by volunteers where you can talk to someone when you're in need.
After a recent health scare, a busy professional woman is forced to embrace the art of slowing down and discovers the unexpected benefits of taking her time.
Feeling exhausted, bloated or moody? Ditch your bad habits and try five days of eating clean to press "reset" and give your body a boost.
After coming to terms with her own mental health issues, fashion blogger Kirsti Alexandra Reid decided to publish a novella that recounts her journey of discovery, acceptance and treatment of her bipolar disorder.
Tempted by alternative therapies? Our no-nonsense nutritionist advises how to keep an open mind while watching out for claims that seem too good to be true.
With an average of 162 days a year of rain in Paris, it’s no wonder urbanites flock to the parks to picnic when the sun makes an appearance. Catching rays to soak up Vitamin D is not only good for your mood and the state of your tan, it's important for your body all across the board.
Who hasn’t experienced the frustration of weight loss first hand? Our nutritionist in Paris offers advice on how to stay on the healthy track without punishing yourself.