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Rachael Schultz

Rachael Schultz

Brooklyn, NY

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Wheelhouse: Health, nutrition, fitness, psychology, and relationships Published: Men's Health magazine, Best Life magazine, online for Men's Health, Shape, Outside, Prevention, and SELF

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The Truth About the Low-Carb High-Fat Diet for Weight Loss ...

A favorite among celebrities and pro athletes, LCHF claims to speed weight loss and boost energy. But what does the science say?

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Why Post-Workout Muscle Soreness Hits People at Different Times

When it comes to body aches and muscle pain, every body (literally) feels the aftermath of exercise differently—but DOMS doesn't mean you're doomed

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Tabata, Threshold, and More Tough Fitness Terms You Should Know

Why do you need electrolytes? How do you do plyometrics? And what the heck is lactic acid? We've decoded the most confusing fitness terms out there

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Can a Green Smoothie Change Your Life?

A new documentary suggests that adding a green smoothie to your diet is enough to transform your body. Do the claims stand up?...

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Is Maple Syrup the New Racing Fuel?

Is Maple Syrup the New Racing Fuel?

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The Pros and Cons of Anticipation

Whether it's your vacation, the next Mad Men, or tonight's dinner, anticipation keeps us going—but it can also diminish the rest of your life.

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17 Powerful Benefits of Meditation

Getting zen aids more than just your mind—it can help you workout harder, stay healthier, and enjoy life more. Check out all 17 benefits of meditation

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The New Rules of Protein

How much, what kind, and when? Time to question (only some of) what you know about fueling up.

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How Running Can Curb Your Cravings

Kiss cravings goodbye with a sweat session. Your workout may make it easier to say “no” to bad-for-you foods, according to new research.

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The Truth about Your Drinking Habits

Is boozing a few nights a week just part of our culture, or a sign of a bigger problem?

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5 Foods You’re Not Eating Correctly

Even if you opt for whole foods packed with vitamins and minerals, simple mistakes in the kitchen could be sapping them of their health benefits.

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Science Proves Fitness Really Is in Your Own Hands

A novel study on twins removes doubt about the role exercise plays in our body fat and fitness level

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2 Ridiculously Tasty Ways To Boost Your Memory

Hands-down best news of the week: Light to moderate drinking can actually help people over 60 improve their memory, according to a new study.

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Cynical? You May Be Hurting Your Brain Health -

People with high levels of cynical distrust may be more likely to develop dementia, according to a new study in Neurology.

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Apples Are Not a Health Risk

Europe banned chemical-covered produce; should we follow suit?