Nicole Scherzinger, 42, spends nearly as much time in her bikini on social media than in clothes. Can you blame her? On Sunday, the Masked Singer judge and fitness fanatic uploaded her latest, celebrating her fit figure in a white bikini while in the desert. So how does the former Pussycat Dolls singer stay in such fantastic shape? It all has to do with a devotion to healthy living, a rigorous fitness routine and eating right. Read on for her best diet and fitness tips, tricks and secrets she's
Here at The Daily Meal, we love everything about summer. We love picnics and lobster rolls and day drinking. But above all else, we love grilling. Whether we're in our own backyards, on our balconies, in a park or at a campsite gathered — finally! in-person!! — with friends and family,...
This is our favorite collection of travel films on the site to date. Elizabeth Gilbert’s memoir of leaving her busy city life behind to seek new adventures in Italy, India, and Indonesia has charmed millions of readers. One of Netflix's first original travel movies, Alfonso Cuarón's beautiful tribute to his youth in Mexico City recreates a world many felt had been lost to time.
By this point, you know added sugars can be detrimental to your health in the long run. However, new research suggests that younger populations may be at greater risk of more immediate threats.Based on the results from a new animal study conducted by researchers at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), and published in the journal Frontiers in Neuroscience, children who consume too much sugar may be at greater risk of becoming obese, hyperactive, and cognitively impaired by adulthood.Ke
The ingredients in your yogurt will never be the same after July 12. A new U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ruling allows for new "standards of identity for lowfat and nonfat yogurt" to be included in the general definition of yogurt.The rule change means that more products made with suitable milk-derived ingredients can be classified as yogurt under certain conditions. The shift follows new advances in technology (colorings, cultures, flavors, and preservatives), as well as changes in th
If you want to learn all about how drinking tea can impact your heart, you'd better put the kettle on. There are dozens of studies suggesting that lowering your risk of heart disease may be as flavorful as sampling a wide variety of black, green, white, and even herbal teas.Let this one steep a bit: A large observational study in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology analyzed health and behavioral information from 100,000 Chinese people for more than seven years. The 2020 report found th