Lori Corbin, ABC7 Eyewitness News

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ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Pizza can be healthy and delicious if you follow these tips

The words "healthy" and "pizza" don't often go together, but as the popularity of Neapolitan or thin-crust style has shot up, you'll find more and more deliciously healthy options. → Read More

3-minute workouts throughout the day help fight health challenges of sedentary lifestyle, studies say

Several studies indicate doing three-minute workouts throughout the day can fight weight gain, high blood pressure, diabetes and other diseases developed with a sedentary lifestyle. → Read More

CBD safety: What experts want you to know before trying CBD products

CBD products are found just about everywhere. While the FDA is in the process of putting regulations in place, products with CBD are flooding the market -- and buyers assume they are safe. See what experts want you to know before you try CBD products. → Read More

Melt away joint pain with technique to roll out stress in fascia tissue

From too much activity to not enough, people who are experiencing joint pain can turn to the MELT Method for relief. → Read More

Cedars-Sinai program helps patients walk their way to surgical recovery

Cedars-Sinai is hanging museum-quality art on the walls and employing Fitbits to encourage patients to walk around the hospital as they recover from surgery. → Read More

Ranch owner urges public to consider Agoura for horseback riding to help small business owners after Woolsey Fire

With many Malibu trails closed, some who lead horseback rides in the mountains have lost their clients and income, so they are urging the public to take a ride in Agoura Hills. → Read More

'Food is Medicine' pilot program tests meal delivery service to help those with congestive heart failure

L.A. Care Health Plan has teamed up with Project Angel Food to deliver properly portioned and specifically nutrient-based meals for those with congestive heart failure in hopes to reduce hospital visits and readmissions to the hospital. → Read More

Herbalist offers a line of tonics to help overall health

William Siff of Goldthread makes tonics out of herbs, spices, and adaptogens as a way to help health issues such as digestion, anxiety, sleep and more. → Read More

Athletic shoe shop in Santa Monica uses 3D scanners, heat-molding technology to find perfect fit

Using 3D scanners, slow motion treadmill running and heat-molded inserts, this shoe store helps customers get the athletic shoe fit they are looking for. → Read More

Trendy bone broth now in all kinds of foods like coffee, even waffles

Centuries-old bone broth is making a comeback, with food manufacturers putting it in foods like coffee, soups, smoothies and even waffles to help consumers get more collagen and protein in their day. → Read More

Straw bans in SoCal have some turning to metal even pasta straw solutions

Paradise Cove Beach Cafe uses pasta straws, while Caffe Luxxe sells personal straws made of metal due to recent city bans on automatic provisions of plastic straws with meals and takeout. → Read More

Yoga workouts in LA add wine and cannabis to the mix

To help make yoga even more social, some studios are adding popular extras like wine tasting and cannabis social circles to help unwind their clients. → Read More

Experts: There's more to weight loss than simply counting calories

Using an app called "Lose It" Jeffery Rosenthal lost 130 pounds by watching his calories, but some health experts say there is more to the quality of the calories consumed than most realize. → Read More

Some foods touted as 'heart healthy' aren't always best option, nutrition expert says

Some products labeled "heart healthy" can be loaded with artificial ingredients that limit their overall benefit, nutrition expert Dr. Jonny Bowden says. → Read More

Chef makes gelatin shots, beauty bowls to make supplements tastier

Many take powdered supplements that aren't often tasty, so Eat Cleaner's Mareya Ibrahim whips up gelatin shots, açaí beauty bowls and parfaits to get nutrients down in a delicious way. → Read More

Dietitian offers well-researched heart-healthy foods

February is heart health month so dietitian Patricia Bannan reveals newly researched heart-healthy foods such as barley, edamame and tart cherries that can help your ticker. → Read More

CBD oil's pain-management benefits leading to wider distribution in stores

Pop-up shops like Svn Space in Santa Monica are helping consumers understand the potential pain-management benefits of CBD oil. → Read More

More restaurants adding veggie burger options to the menu

More burger restaurants like Carl's Jr. and The Habit are adding plant-based proteins to their menus. → Read More

CAR.O.L, new cardio machine, claims to provide health gains in 9 minutes

CAR.O.L is a new kind of exercise equipment that apparently tricks the body and allows positive changes in a shorter amount of time. → Read More

MealPal app offers lunches at 150 LA restaurants for $6 a day

MealPal is a new app that offers you an inexpensive way to grab lunch at 150 different places in Los Angeles for as low as $6 a day. → Read More