Kylie Gilbert

Kylie Gilbert is the senior lifestyle editor of Instyle.com. She oversees health and wellness coverage for the site. She graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism (Go 'Cats!) and is based in Brooklyn, NY.
“I’ve been on a diet off and on for the past, I would say, like 30 years — I've just been one of those people.”
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The new mom of three shares how she's meeting her fitness goals and "keeping it sexy" in 2021.
The singer talks about setting realistic resolutions and her ever-growing wellness empire.
Here's everything you need to know about Apple's new workout streaming platform.
"If you hide your true self online, you’re only setting yourself up for disappointment. Don’t chase nobody. Love yourself and let ‘em catch up."
Including: How gross is plane air, really?
In case you're feeling a little tense this holiday season.
AKA how to make your home the coziest, chicest place ever this winter.
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"I'm a big girl who did a smoothie detox. Every big girl should do whatever they want with their bodies."
She stars in a brand new campaign for Vital Proteins, highlighting how she uses collagen in her daily routine (and her seriously impressive yoga skills).
Perfect for squeezing in during the hectic holiday season, this workout will improve your physical and mental strength.
"My body is changing but I’m gonna keep appreciating it from every angle." 
From a down scarf that doubles as a pillow to chic hand sanitizer.
Our wellness editor shares the products you need for better health and maximum relaxation RN.
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Whether you're shopping for yourself or another workout fanatic, these are the most stylish (and useful) gifts to add to your online carts this holiday season.
This total-body strengthening workout is quick and requires zero fancy equipment.
According to real-life astrologers.
There is a battle raging over how we define manhood — and the stakes are higher than ever for women.
We spoke to the actress and model about her new role as co-owner for sex-tech company Lora DiCarlo.
"To me, taking care of your body in a sexual way should be the same as taking care of your body in terms of nutrients, skincare, and exercise."
"It’s so important for us to continue to empower them by doing what we can with our platforms to make the world a better, more compassionate place for them and all young people."
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"I just switch it on, put it on my clitoris, and I'm having an orgasm pretty quickly."
If you love a good themed dance party and '90s nostalgia as much as we do, this workout from obé trainer Walter Kemp is a must.
The head of the Catholic Church has come out in support of LGBTQ rights at the same time that they may be threatened by Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination.