We are passionate about wellness, because if you aren’t well in mind, body and spirit, you can’t be the best you. That is why Sunday Edit contains articles that talk through topics like health, nutrition, holistic and spiritual health, fitness, love and sex. You’ll learn useful tips on how to make lists, how to overcome loneliness, how to maintain good gut health, and more.

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Here’s How to Tell If You’re Unintentionally Overeating

Signs you might be overeating at mealtime and how to get back on track.
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Why Breastfeeding Might Hurt Like Hell — and How to Relieve Pain

From mastitis to thrush to teeth, there are tons of reasons breastfeeding is painful.
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Various vegetarian ingredients: sweet potato slices, red onion, tomatoes, herbs and spices in bowls.
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How to Plan a Wellness-Themed Bachelorette Party

Spa days? Hikes through nature? Smoothies? A wellness bachelorette party is up your alley.
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Why Chlorophyll and Infrared Sauna Is the Ultimate Detox

Why the plant-powered superfood and infrared sauna are a match made in wellness heaven.
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The Benefits of Drinking Cold vs. Room Temperature Water

Is there a better way to drink water when it comes to temperature?
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Are Those “Natural Flavors” in Your Favorite Drinks Actually Good For You?

It could be calorie- and sugar-free, but experts say there's something else to consider.
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Tone It Up’s Karena Dawn on Mental Health and Giving Herself Grace

She opens up about letting go of guilt and the routines that make her feel centered.
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Why You Need to Complete the ‘Stress Cycle’

Chances are your stress response is chronically activated.