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Better Nutrition March 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.

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fat is your friend

First, there was Atkins. Next, Gluten-Free. Then, Paleo. And let’s not forget Whole30. Somewhere in the middle of these popular carb-restrictive food plans—many of which prohibit grains, at least initially—emerged keto. This high-fat, moderate-protein, very-low-carb plan has quickly become the reigning king of weight-loss diets. Search Pinterest for “keto recipes,” and you’ll find thousands that sound too good to be true (I’m talking to you, cheese lovers!): keto taco soup, keto lasagna, keto meatloaf, keto pizza, and the list goes on. A Google search brings up just as many weight-loss and health success stories from keto devotees. “For people who have tried to free themselves from the disastrous impacts of carbohydrate dependency, keto offers a uniquely successful and fully sustainable answer,” says Mark Sisson, an early adopter of the keto diet and…

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coming next month

Best of Natural Beauty Awards Ready to glow? Meet the winners of our annual beauty product awards! B Complex: When & Why to Take It Lack of Bs can lead to irritability, depression, skin problems, lack of energy, confusion, problems with digestion, numbness in the hands or feet, and even a swollen tongue. Energizing Alternatives to Caffeine Coffee not cutting it? Discover a whole world of revitalizing nutrients and foods. There’s More at betternutrition.com Vegetarian Irish Stew Get into the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day with this meat-free version of an Irish classic.…

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4 nutrition apps for different appetites

INNIT www.innit.com (Free) Self-described as a “culinary GPS,” Innit helps you make everyday meals that taste great, even if you don’t know how to cook (yet). Recipes are based on your personal profile, and there are detailed instructions and videos. SPOON GURU www.spoon.guru/usa/(Free) If you’re vegan or eat a diet free of gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, or other problematic ingredients, Spoon Guru helps you find products to meet your needs and provides tailored recipes. The app includes 14 food intolerances and enables you to scan bar codes to check for unwanted ingredients. NUTRIENTS www.pomegranateapps.com/nutrients/ (Only for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, $4.99) Formerly called Foodle, this app provides extensive nutritional information about nearly 200,000 foods, including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fats, fatty acids, sugars, sterols, and other compounds such as caffeine. It can give you a nutritional breakdown…

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worth her salt

Salt. Pretty basic, right? In fact, it’s been around from the very first stirrings of civilization. What is thought to be the first city in Europe, Solnitsata in Bulgaria, was a salt mine. For millennia, salt was used for barter, for funeral offerings, or for currency across the globe. In fact, the word “salary” comes from the Latin word for salt. Nowadays, salt’s role in society has become inevitably minimized. It is no longer vital for preserving foods, wars are no longer fought over its sources, no one is using it to pay their country’s debts. In recent years, salt has gotten something of a bad rep for its health hazards, especially when consumed in excess. I, too, worried about the pros and cons of salt. Then I met Selina Delangre. A…

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health boost

1 Chew On This Made using full-spectrum extracts from agricultural hemp, CV Sciences Plus +CBD Oil Hemp Gummies contain a matrix of phytonutrients. Research on CBD oil supports its use for enhancing overall health, as well as taming pain, anxiety, insomnia, and other issues. These tasty Cherry Mango gummies contain 5 mg of CBD (cannabidiol) per serving. 2 The Elderberry Edge The berries from the European elder tree—traditionally known as “Nature’s Medicine Chest”—have been shown to help stop the flu virus from replicating and aid the body in fighting off the virus. Gaia Herbs Black Elderberry Syrup is a super-concentrated version of elderberry juice. You can take it daily to support your immune system—just increase the dose if you feel like you’re coming down with a cold or flu. Best part: it’s delicious! 3…

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powerful herbs for pain

Arthritis literally means “joint inflammation,” but medically it also refers to more than 100 different rheumatic diseases that cause pain, stiffness, and swelling in joints or connective tissue. One form of arthritis or another afflicts 50 million Americans, and it’s the most prevalent cause of disability in people 65 and older. Osteoarthritis (OA) develops from excessive wear to the cartilage between joints, commonly affecting athletes and older people who have “worn out” their joints. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), on the other hand, is an autoimmune disease, meaning the body’s immune system attacks itself, causing pain and inflammation. RA can strike any joint—regardless of how much or little it’s been used—at any age. Here are some of the best herbs to use for relieving arthritis symptoms. Turmeric Turmeric is a staple in Ayurvedic medicine for treating…

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