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What We're Reading Now: Karlie Kloss on Feeling Good, The Cost of Curating the "Perfect" Instagram, Why You Should Be Eating with Chopsticks, and Much More...
You’re working, you’re moisturizing, and you’re sleeping—you’re busy. We know. Don’t have time to scour the web for the best skincare, anti-aging, nutrition, and wellness articles every week? Charlotte’s got you. The best of the week is right here.
~ It's all good with Karlie Kloss. The new face of Carolina Herrera's new fragrance Good Girl shares her tips for feeling good, including her favorite workout and go-to breakfast. — The Coveteur
~ Is Instagram hurting your self-esteem? An interesting read on how social media affects the way we perceive ourselves and how dangerous it can be if you're using it to seek validation in the form of "likes." — Elle
~ Chopsticks promote healthier eating habits. Not only can using chopsticks teach you to be more mindful while you eat, but since you're eating less and more slowly, the glycemic index of the food you consume actually decreases. — Sakara Life
~ Your coffee addiction could be a good thing. A new study published in the journal Nature Medicine revealed caffeine drinkers have lower levels of inflammation, meaning reduced risk for chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer, and Alzheimer's. — TIME
~ If you lead an active lifestyle, you need to be foam rolling. Here's a complete breakdown on foam rolling, including what it is exactly and how to effectively do it. — NewBeauty
~ New Year's resolutions stressing you out? From beef jerky to avocado toast, here are the best stress-relieving foods that will help stabilize your mood. — Redbook
~ NYC-based gym TMPL can help you hack your metabolism. People editor Catherine Kast shares how she shed 15 pounds using TMPL's Metabolic Activity Plan (M.A.P.), and it didn't involve doing loads of cardio. — People
~ The scoop on sugar. Gary Taubes, author of The Case Against Sugar, explains the sugar story is ongoing and advises what we need to look out for in 2017. — Well + Good
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