When we kicked off the Action Plan in January, our experts and advisers spent some time in our community answering reader questions about health, stress relief, and nutrition.
During Week 3, career and life-change coach Maggie Mistal chatted with community members about finding their passions and pursuing their dreams. Although that particular board is no longer open, you can still read the Q&A here. And you can still post other questions on our other discussion boards for our community, our editors, and our experts, any time.
Getting your fill of antioxidants may help fight off a host of major diseases, says Kathie Swift, R.D., founder of MyFoundationDiet.com. In addition to eating a variety of vibrantly colored fruits and veggies, make sure your daily diet includes two cups of dark leafy greens (such as kale or spinach) and one cup of fresh or frozen berries. Our recipes for Weeks 3 and 4 make it easy.
Warm up with a creamy cup of broccoli and white bean soup.
Sore from yesterday? Take today easy -- not off. Staying consistent for four straight weeks will help you form a lasting exercise habit that will stick with you all year.