You are here

Topics View

Marathon Mascara

Add volume, length, and superstrength curl—for eight hours!—with the sweat-resistant Shiseido Full Lash Multi-Dimension Mascara Waterproof ($27, shiseido.com).

Shop All Waterproof Mascara

Photo: Shiseido

How Often Should You Poop?

Your "friend" probably hates answers like this, but there's no such thing as "normal" when it comes to the number of, well, number twos you have in an average day, says Jean Ashburn, M.D., a colorectal surgeon at Cleveland Clinic. "What's normal is what works for you," she says.

Healthy Pizza Crust Recipes Using Veggies and Whole Grains

Healthy Pizza Crusts

1 of 5

All photos

We still love the cheesy stuff we grew up on, but there's plenty of room to play when it comes to the beloved classic. Start with the crust—you can do amazing things with grains and veggies. Be creative with a spread or sauce, add exotic toppings (like these creative, healthy combos), and you've got an upgraded, delicious pie that's nutritious, bold, and totally unique.

Photo: Sang An

Whole-Grain Pizza Crust

2 of 5

All photos

Pick a grain—any grain—to whip up a healthy crust that packs nutrition in every bite. Start with quinoa, farro, buckwheat, or black rice, then add almond flour, eggs, and salt and pepper to turn your usual side dish into the perfect pizza base.

Get the Recipe

Photo: Sang An

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

3 of 5

All photos

Put your fave fluffy white veggie (which can improve your workout, BTW) to the task of holding all your go-to toppings—pinky promise it can handle the job. (Next up, try cauliflower as rice.)

Get the Recipe

Photo: Sang An

Beet Pizza Crust

4 of 5

All photos

Beets get some serious love from athletes. But if you're sick of dumping them on your salad, why not add an unexpected serving of the healthy veg as a pizza crust instead?

Get the Recipe

Photo: Sang An

Zucchini Crust

5 of 5

All photos

If you've had your fill of zoodles, but love having this green squash in your rotation, try making a zucchini pizza crust. (Or even put zucchini in your oatmeal for some "zoats.")

Get the Recipe

Photo: Sang An