Reading is a really rewarding past-time, and infinite-scrolling through Instagram is one of modern life’s most enjoyable guilty pleasures, but when it comes to getting a serious inspiration fix, nothing beats video. And no one does inspiration quite like TED. We round up our favorite health, wellness & fitness TED talks, each life-changing in its own way.
Andy Puddicombe is a mindfulness guru on a mission to show you that 10 short minutes a day can change your whole life.
AJ Jacobs spent a year following every piece of ‘healthy habit’ expert advice he could find (think applying the recommended amount of sunscreen and regularly wearing a cycling helmet for safety). What he learned will surprise you.
We all have them and we all have trouble getting rid of them. Habit forming expert and psychiatrist Judson Brewer breaks down the complexity of bad habit psychology into easy to digest tactics that can help you break those bad habits once and for all.
Terraculture might just be the farming movement that can feed the planet without harming it. Jonathan Foley educates about the massive environmental holes in our exponential demand for food.
Social psychologist Emily Balcetis shares the fascinating reason why some of us find working out to be a chore, whilst others can’t get enough!
In his poignant and humorous talk, Mark Bittman, one of the most prolific food commentators of our time, talks about how as a culture, we have forgotten the proper way to eat.
You’ve heard it before, and you will hear it again: dieting doesn’t work. Neuroscientist Sandra Aamodt explains why not.
Thought by many to be the world’s foremost expert on how we make choices, Columbia Business School Professor Sheena Iyengar has devoted her life to figuring out why and how we choose. In this talk, she offers up the highlights of her groundbreaking research.
Using his Huntington, West Virginia anti-obesity campaign as a test case, Britain’s most inspiring chef discusses how we have failed our children when it comes to food, diet and nutrition.
National Geographic Fellow and New York Times bestseller Dan Buettner highlights the key findings from his Blue Zones study of centenarian communities across the globe, illustrating their common healthy living and dietary habits, all of which you can follow.