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Better Nutrition

Better Nutrition

December 2019

Since 1938, Better Nutrition magazine’s mission has been to responsibly inform health-food-store shoppers in nutritional approaches to health and wellness, as well as report on the latest research on vitamins, herbs minerals, nutrients, whole foods, natural personal care and beauty items and environmentally friendly products.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Active Interest Media
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editor’snote

End of Year Stress It’s hard to believe that yet another year is coming to a close. And not just the year, but the decade! So much has changed over the past 10 years. Just think about the advancements in supplements in that time—CBD had yet to become a household name, collagen was not nearly as popular as it is today, and products with non-GMO ingredients were relatively rare. And these are just the tip of the iceberg. No matter how beneficial they might be, changes can create inner turmoil and stress—whether that’s losing your job, feeling frustrated by new technology, or even starting a different way of eating. Pile on the typical holiday stress, and you’re sure to hit a breaking point. We have several articles in this issue to help you…

1 min.
what’s new on betternutrition.com

Free eBook! Nutrient Deficiencies: Signs & Symptoms The symptoms of a vitamin or mineral shortage can be vague and range from fatigue to slow-healing cuts to hair loss. Certain drugs can also affect your nutrient levels. Our eBook explains it all and shows you how to replenish your body naturally. Simple & Delicious Sheet Pan Meals Everything goes on a single sheet for a one-and-done meal with minimal cleanup. Let us tempt you with our online-only recipes: Sheet Pan Eggplant Parm Greens & Beans (served over rice) One-Pan Buddha Shrimp Bowl Winter Brunch in Brussels (eggs, Brussels sprouts, parsnips, and balsamic glaze) Sign Up for Our Healthy Buzz Newsletter You’ll receive a carefully curated list of articles, recipes, and product giveaways in your inbox.…

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better nutrition

Editor in Chief Nicole Brechka Creative Director Rachel Joyosa Executive Editor Jerry Shaver Associate Editor Elizabeth Fisher Digital Editor Maureen Farrar Copy Editor James Naples Beauty Editor Sherrie Strausfogel Contributing Editors Vera Tweed, Helen Gray Contributing Writers Jeannette Bessinger, CHHC, Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS, Michele Burklund, NMD, Sherron Goldstein, Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa, DN-C, RH, Chris Mann, Kim Stewart, Lisa Turner, Neil Zevnik Ad Production Coordinator Cossette Roberts Prepress Specialist Idania Mentana General Manager Rob Lutz AIM Retail Group rlutz@aimmedia.com 970-291-9029 Integrated Media Sales Director – Eastern U.S. and International Kevin Gillespie kgillespie@aimmedia.com 603-305-5106 Integrated Media Sales Director – Midwest Donna Diamond Riekenberg ddiamond@aimmedia.com 818-271-8956 Integrated Media Sales Director – Western U.S. Candice Smith csmith@aimmedia.com 603-361-5762 Retail Development Group 2400 NE 65th Street, Ste. 623 Fort Lauderdale, FL33308 800-443-4974, ext. 702 Director of Retail Sales Joshua Kelly jkelly@aimmedia.com 800-443-4974, ext. 702 Marketing Designer Judith Nesnadny jnesnadny@aimmedia.com Accounting & Billing…

2 min.
jump around

Plenty of Benefits Even if you’re doing regular cardio workouts, jumping rope is a different way of moving. In addition to working the heart and lungs, it: * Increases elasticity in the tendons and muscles in the lower leg.* Improves balance, helps prevent falls, and improves bone density.* Increases grip and wrist strength, and works the shoulders.* Helps to stabilize knee muscles and joints.* Works the upper leg and hips, especially when landing on one foot.* Is mentally engaging, which helps to reduce stress and may help ward off dementia. Where to Start Pete McCall, a leading San Diego-based fitness trainer, educator, and spokesperson for the American Council on Exercise, recommends first jumping without a rope for 20–30 seconds, to make sure weight is distributed correctly. Use the balls of your feet, not the…

2 min.
book reviews

New in health! What You Must Know About Dry Eye by Jeffrey Anshel, OD Scratchiness, burning, blurred vision, difficulty driving at night, eye fatigue, eye pain—these are all symptoms of dry eye. Sometimes mistaken for allergies, dry eye involves diminished tear production or tears that evaporate too quickly from the surface of the eye. “The number one demographic for dry eyes is women over 40,” says Dr. Jeffrey Anshel, OD, author of the new book What You Must Know About Dry Eye (Square One Publishers, 2019). “It seems that there are hormone receptors on the tear glands, and as hormone levels change around the time of menopause, the production of tears may be altered as well.” Who knew? You’ll learn about this and a lot more from Anshel, who details the myriad causes…

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think for cognition phosphatidylcholine

Eating foods high in phosphatidylcholine is associated with a reduced risk of dementia and enhanced cognitive performance, according to a study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers analyzed approximately 2,500 Finnish men between ages 42 and 60 for their dietary and lifestyle habits. The risk of dementia was 28% lower in men with the highest intake of dietary phosphatidylcholine compared to those with the lowest intake. Men who consumed the most phosphatidylcholine-rich foods also excelled in tests measuring memory and linguistic abilities. Phosphatidylcholine is a fatty substance that contains the B vitamin choline. In addition to eggs and meat (the two richest sources), soy, sunflower, and wheat contain the nutrient. You can also take phosphatidylcholine and choline in supplement form. INFOGRAPHIC: ART BY STEPHEN DEBONREPOS; SOURCE: THE ESSENTIAL OIL…