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Rachael Schultz

Rachael Schultz

Brooklyn, NY
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I'm a freelance writer.

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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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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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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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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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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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?

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Is Eating Alone Good for Your Body?

The age of gathering ‘round the dinner table may be officially over. Are we better off eating unaccompanied?

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4 Facebook Secrets to Keep You Safe

Here are four Facebook tips to protect your privacy—and dignity.

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The Top 21 Free Fitness Classes in America

Gyms and fitness studios may help trim your body fat, but they’ll probably take a chunk of your bank account along with it. So put your wallet away and lace up your shoes: We’ve rounded up 21 of our favorite classes and community-organized sweat sessions from around the country—all offered to you at no cost at all.

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The Surprising Way Vegetarians May Be Ruining Their Workouts

When you’re meat-free and a gym rat, you’re used to a barrage of people trying to convince you you’re not getting enough protein. Truth is, you probably have your daily count under control (soy milk!...

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Are You a Sex Addict . . . or Just a Guy?

At what point do your kinky cravings become problematic? Researchers suggest the tipping point

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Are Extroverts Really Better Off?

Coming out of your shell could make you happier—and richer

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The Male Brain On: Porn

The more porn men watch, the smaller and less active regions of their brain handling reward and motivation are.