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Better Nutrition July 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.

United States
Active Interest Media
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19.82 CHF
12 Numéros


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summertime, & the living is easy

Relish the lazy days of summer—and feel your best while you’re at it—with the help of this issue. It’s jam-packed with summer health tips, fresh recipes, and absorbing articles for beach reading. The article “Make Your Summer Sun-Safe” on p. 30 is one of my favorites. If you’re planning a summer trip, you’ll especially appreciate author Lisa Turner’s sun protection advice. But even if you’re not going on vacation or spending a lot of time in the sun, this article is a must-read. There is so much confusion about sun exposure, skin cancer, and sunscreens. Get straightforward answers based on the latest research. Speaking of sunscreens … have you seen the meme, Keep Calm & Use Sunscreen? I’d like to modify that—Keep Calm & Use Mineral-Based Sunscreen. According to new research, certain…

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what’s new on betternutrition.com

Build a Supplement Plan That Works for You There are so many supplements on store shelves—and just as many questions about how to use them. We have answers! We Asked Our Staff: What’s Your Go-To Travel Remedy? When it comes to staying healthy away from home, we have some great suggestions to share. Free Heart Health eBook! Download our Heart Health eBook at betternutrition.com, and discover alternative views on cardiovascular health. Sign Up for Our Healthy Buzz Newsletter You’ll receive a carefully curated list of articles, recipes, and product giveaways in your Inbox. Low-FODMAP Quick Shrimp Scampi with Broccoli This tasty low-FODMAP dish makes a perfect weeknight dinner.…

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better nutrition

Editor in Chief Nicole Brechka Creative Director Rachel Joyosa Executive Editor Jerry Shaver Associate Editor Elizabeth Fisher Copy Editor James Naples Beauty Editor Sherrie Strausfogel Contributing Editors Vera Tweed, Helen Gray Contributing Designer Rachel Pilvinsky Contributing Writers Jeannette Bessinger, CHHC, Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS, Kat James, Emily A. Kane, ND, LAc, Melissa Diane Smith, Chris Mann, Lisa Turner, Neil Zevnik Production Director Patrick Sternkopf Editorial Offices 512 Main Street, Suite 1 El Segundo, CA 310-873-6952 General Manager AIM Retail Group Rob Lutz rlutz@aimmedia.com 970-291-9029 Associate Publisher & East Coast Sales Director Bernadette Higgins bhiggins@aimmedia.com 561-362-3955 Midwest Ad Director Donna Diamond Riekenberg ddiamond@aimmedia.com 818-271-8956 West Coast & Mountain Ad Director Cindy Schofield cydschofield@gmail.com 310-456-5997 Retail Development Group 2400 NE 65th Street, Ste. 623 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 800-443-4974, ext. 702 Director of Retail Sales Joshua Kelly jkelly@aimmedia.com 800-443-4974, ext. 702 Marketing Director Laureen O’Brien laobrien@aimmedia.com Marketing Designer Judith Nesnadny…

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fody foods

When I was growing up, we didn’t talk about “bathroom issues” in polite company, if at all. Unfortunately, that reluctance persists today, and makes life even more difficult for people with IBS, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Current estimates say that up to 40 million Americans suffer from this uncomfortable malady, and many of them aren’t even aware of the causes of their distress. Steven Singer wants to change all that. Not only does he want to lead people to awareness about their illness, but he wants to offer a convenient and healthy way for them to make the dietary changes necessary to their well-being and comfort. “As I learned more about IBS and the low-FODMAP diet, I knew I had to do something to make it more accessible. It felt less…

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in the spotlight: cooking with cbd

When wellness expert and recipe developer Leah Vanderveldt sought out CBD oil to manage her anxiety and severe period pain, she found calming, anti-inflammatory relief—and culinary inspiration. The cookbook author devised dozens of ways to make the hemp-derived compound (which, unlike its counterpart THC, has no psychoactive effect) more inviting to those uneasy with its cannabis origins and earthy taste. “I found CBD, while really popular at the moment, was intimidating for a lot of people when it first started gaining momentum,” Vanderveldt says. “When I talked about using it, I found people to be curious, but skeptical—or even scared to use it. So I wanted to clear up any misconceptions and share different ways for people to incorporate it into their routine. I know that the flavor of CBD is…

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cbd cherry & kombucha mocktail

Serves 1 Cherry brings a tangy-sweet flavor that makes this drink pop, but feel free to play around with other fruit juice mixers. ¼ cup cherry juice1 Tbs. freshly squeezed lemon juice¼ tsp. CBD oil½ cup plain kombucha (we used GT’s Living Foods Raspberry Rush Organic Kombucha) In a medium-sized serving glass, combine cherry juice, lemon juice, and CBD oil. Stir to combine. Fill glass with ice, and top with kombucha, giving everything another final stir. Garnish with fresh cherries, and enjoy. Per serving: 50 cal; 0g prot; 0g total fat (0g sat fat); 13g carb; 0mg chol; 5mg sod; 0g fiber; 9g sugar Recipe adapted from The CBD Kitchen by Leah Vanderveldt (Ryland Peters & Small, 2019) PHOTOGRAPHY: PORNCHAI MITTONGTARE; FOOD STYLING: CLAIRE STANCER; PROP STYLIST: ROBIN TURK…