WTFis

Fasting is becoming an extraordinarily popular way to live longer, improve digestion, and lose fat, but it can still be a controversial subject. How did not eating become healthy?
Kombucha has been making waves as the latest go-to health beverage. But is this stinky, fermented beverage worth the sip?
Molly — a nickname for psychoactive drug MDMA — is making waves in pop culture, music, and even the mainstream media. Keep reading to learn why Molly's not as innocent as it sounds.
Kefir’s thousands of years old, but many Americans still haven’t heard of it. Find out why a spoonful of this slightly sour substance (similar to yogurt) may fight off colds and resolve our gastrointestinal issues.
Fish oil is often portrayed as a cure-all to a host of health issues, from heart disease to eye problems. Is the popular supplement really all it’s cracked up to be, or are the claims a bit fishy?
Is achieving your goals as easy as crafting a collage of inspirational images? Find out WTF a vision board really is, and if you should make one yourself.

Pages

Step away from the Girl Scout cookies! Living a clean eating lifestyle is one of the hottest health trends and causing many to take a second look at what they eat, and start cutting the crap.
Is achieving your goals as easy as crafting a collage of inspirational images? Find out WTF a vision board really is, and if you should make one yourself.
Fish oil is often portrayed as a cure-all to a host of health issues, from heart disease to eye problems. Is the popular supplement really all it’s cracked up to be, or are the claims a bit fishy?

"Green coffee" has been popping up in stores like Starbucks for a cool, clear, caffeinated alternative. Greatist digs into what green coffee is made from and whether we should start gulping it down now.

Kefir’s thousands of years old, but many Americans still haven’t heard of it. Find out why a spoonful of this slightly sour substance (similar to yogurt) may fight off colds and resolve our gastrointestinal issues.

Plumpy-what? Greatist sheds light on the "miracle cure" for world hunger.

Pages