Top 10 Stories of 2017

By Staff | December 8, 2017 | Rally Health

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The year has almost come to a close, so time to share our list of your favorite original Rally stories of 2017. Rally readers are all about healthy eating, with each of your top 5 favorite articles focusing on food. You also liked home remedies that really work, how to prevent ‘tech neck,” the way to a healthy microbiome, and how to stay fit at any age. And you discovered why vacations are good for us, so we hope you have one soon! Here’s to a happy and healthy new year.

1. The Best Diet You’ve Never Heard Of

It's been named "Best Diet Overall" for 7 years in a row, but you've probably never heard of it.

2. 5 Food Rules It’s Time to Ignore

To separate fact from fiction, we skipped the fads and turned to the science.

3. Clean Eating Do’s and Don’ts

It is one of the buzziest terms on the internet, but what does “clean eating” really mean?

4. How to Eat Bread Guilt Free (Really)

Bread doesn’t have to be a health don’t. Here’s how to choose wisely.

5. Are You Eating Your Vegetables the Right Way?

Get the best bang from your broccoli.

6. Home Remedies That Work

The evidence suggests many of your grandma’s go-to fixes really are effective.

7. Counteract "Tech Neck" With These Simple Tips

Just about everyone’s neck is on the line when they put a screen in front of their face.

8. 4 Ways to a Healthy Gut — Inside the Gut-Mind Connection

Your brain and your gut are constantly “talking” to one another. Here’s what that means.

9. Are You Fit for Your Age? {Plus, Infographic)

An action plan for staying a step ahead of time.

10. 6 Reasons You Need a Vacation — Doctor's Orders

Science shows that getting away can be good for your health.


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