julia-malacoff

Julia Malacoff

Julia Malacoff is a freelance editor and writer based in London who covers all things health and wellness. She's a certified personal trainer and nutrition coach, and when she's not writing, there's a good chance she walking her two cocker spaniels.

Brace yourself — this could be even worse than the actual hangovers heading our way.
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Here’s how to get started — for real this time.
It's all about switching up your workouts — on and off the bike.
The surprisingly positive change some women feel after difficulty getting or staying pregnant.
Not only can they hold you back, but they can also cause real harm. 
It’s more complex than “if you think it, it’ll happen.”
TikTok may be the workout platform of choice for Gen Z but that doesn’t make it the safest.
Turns out, those one-to-three pounders aren't totally useless.
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They’re actually not such a great idea… for most people. 
We know more than ever about infertility, which can make 'trying' seem harder — and more common — than it actually is.
Interest in tarot cards is booming right now. Here's why — and what you need to know before you get started.
Strengthening your muscles while lengthening them is physically impossible — so why are we still buying into Pilates and barre's promises of a dancer-like body?
Often referred to as an “invisible illness,” many women suffer from endometriosis pain for a decade before getting a diagnosis.
This is one move where you really want to get the form right.
The term is overplayed, but mental health experts agree it's still a vital practice, particularly for BIPOC. Here, their realistic tips for establishing a self-care routine – no bubble bath required.
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And, uh, do you really need to test the pH of your pee to follow this celeb-loved diet?
With meat supply disrupted in the U.S. due to the pandemic, nutrition pros say the case for going plant-based is stronger than ever.
This is one weight-loss myth that just needs to die.
Do we all really have a pre-determined ‘set point’ weight?
As infertility rates rise, it’s becoming more common to eat for fertility. Experts weigh in on the effectiveness of these sometimes extreme regimens.
Experts say fat isn't the "superfood" that diets like keto will have you believe.
The pros, cons, and how to try it yourself.
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