5 Best Ways to Store Greens So They’ll Last Longer

5 Best Ways to Store Greens So They’ll Last Longer

If you’ve ever stocked your fridge with fresh romaine, arugula, and kale only to find bags of wilted mush a few days later, we have news for you: It’s not the plants’ fault. And it’s not really your fault, either. You simply need to brush up on a few food storage tips. It’s not like spinach comes with an instruction manual or the produce section offers a course on how to store greens so they last longer! If you want to know how to store salad greens, all you have to do is a little research. Lucky for you, we asked a few registered dietitians how to store greens so that you can enjoy fresh, nutrient-packed meals all week long. They weighed in with best practices, worst mistakes, and their favorite methods. Read on to learn how to store greens, from arugula to spinach. 1. In a Sealed Container With a Paper Towel... Read More
How to Train for a 5K in a Month

How to Train for a 5K in a Month

Eyeing your first 5K? Pat yourself on the back. Signing up for a race is a great way to give focus and intention to every workout and reap the benefits of running. Simplicity is among the sport’s many virtues, so many beginners believe that if you want to learn how to train for a 5K, all you have to do is run. But without foundational strength and stability, running can take a toll on your joints, especially after a long break or if you increase mileage too quickly. Thankfully, that doesn’t make running off-limits to newbies. It just means you need to start slow, with a smart, well-rounded program. With that in mind, read on to learn how you can train for a 5K in a month (safely). How to Train for a 5K in a Month As with losing fat or building strength, having a plan is the best way to train for a... Read More