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Black Women Working: Too Many Midnight Shifts Lead to Diabetes

Could your 9 to 5 save your life? New studies have shown that working the night shift can increase the risk of diabetes in black women. In the United States, nearly 13 percent of black women have diabetes, compared with 4.5 percent of white women, according to the study… More

Fit, Fab & Flawless Fridays: InstaFit Women Inspiring Healthy Lives

Being fit is the new black. Long gone are the stereotypes that black women are obese and more concerned with the state of their hair than their bodies…. More

Giving Up On My Weight Loss Goal Has Given Me Peace

Every year I pick a number. Sometimes it’s 20 pounds, sometimes 30. This year, I say no more…. More

15 Yoga Session Must Haves

Yoga sessions are much more pleasant when you have all you need! Click continue to shop for must-haves, perfect for doing yoga indoors as well as outdoors…. More

Get Fit 101: Seemingly Healthy Foods Ruining Your Diet

Are your so-called “healthy” food and drink choices ruining your diet? Hit the flip to find out which sneaky saboteurs are hurting your body, instead of helping. … More

Fit, Fab & Flawless Fridays: InstaFit Women Inspiring Healthy Lives

Being fit is the new black. Long gone are the stereotypes that black women are obese and more concerned with the state of their hair than their bodies…. More

Entertaining Guide: Live And Eat Clean in 2015

We all go into the year wanting to start anew and we’ve put together a list of New Year’s resolution needs to live and eat clean in 2015!… More

Fit, Fab & Flawless Fridays: InstaFit Women Inspiring Healthy Lives

Being fit is the new black. Long gone are the stereotypes that black women are obese and more concerned with the state of their hair than their bodies…. More

Fit, Fab & Flawless Fridays: InstaFit Women Inspiring Healthy Lives

Being fit is the new black. Long gone are the stereotypes that black women are obese and more concerned with the state of their hair than their bodies…. More