Well+Good’s Top Stories: March 2014

Did your crazy busy schedule keep you from checking your Well+Good emails? Here's a recap of the month's most popular, must-read stories.
No, this doesn't mean you should put butter in absolutely everything.
Why grass-fed butter is the new cream and sugar. (Photo: Pinkpapayaparties.com)


If your overflowing inbox has prevented you from getting to your Well+Good emails, fear not. We’ve compiled our top articles from the past month, so you can catch up on the most important health and wellness news you may have missed.

1. Why more wellness experts are putting butter in their coffee
Can a morning latte made with grass-fed butter and fats from coconut oil boost your energy and overall health?

Can that email really not wait till morning?
Can that email really not wait until morning? (Photo: mahogany.tumblr.com)

2. 8 inspiring tricks for becoming a more confident woman
We’ve got life-changing tips straight from empowerment guru Alexis Jones’ new self-love page turner.

3. 7 common pitfalls of otherwise healthy people
Even if you love green juice and working out, there are common habits that can trip up even the healthiest kale-lover. Here’s how to spot them a mile away.

4. 12 clever ways to use coconut oil in the kitchen
From stir-fry to smoothie booster to “Magic” chocolate shell, how to master this versatile, healthy ingredient.

According to experts and research studies, spot-burning fat is impossible.
According to experts and research studies, spot-burning fat is impossible. (Photo: Refine Method)

5. Spot-burning fat: The fitness myth that won’t go away
According to experts and research, spot-burning fat is impossible. Here’s what that means for your workouts.

6. 8 hot new fitness fashion brands to sweat in this spring
Hitting the racks this spring are incredibly fashion-forward collections from all over the globe that you’ll want to wear from barre to brunch.

7. Possibly the smartest celebrity health book ever is by Cameron Diaz
Don’t judge a book by its (People Magazine-like) cover. Diaz’s The Body Book is thoroughly brainy, nutritionally sound, and sometimes hilarious.

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