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Better Nutrition

Better Nutrition September 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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Celery is definitely having a moment. This is thanks, in part, to Anthony William, better known as The Medical Medium. He has developed a cult following with his Global Celery Juice Movement, which involves drinking 16 oz. of freshly squeezed celery juice every day. William says he’s been doing this since he was a child in the ’70s with amazing results. The health benefits are far-reaching, from relief of skin conditions to digestion issues, and everything in between. It may seem like celery just achieved superfood status, but this crunchy veggie and its seeds have been used as a medicine for centuries, for all sorts of ailments. According to contributing editor Vera Tweed, archaeologists found medical textbooks dating back to ancient Rome that listed celery seeds as a cure for pain. One…

what’s new on betternutrition.com

Freezing Annual Herbs Preserve your summer garden bounty of herbs with this quick technique. 6 Drug-Free Pain Remedies Think you’ve heard it all when it comes to natural pain relief? Not so fast. Read up on six standout pain remedies, a few of which really surprised us. Apple Season Is Here! Put those crisp, juicy apples to good use with these recipes (available only on our website): • Autumn Apple Salad with Pomegranate • Caramelized Onions and Apples with Sausages and Beer • Apple Date Crisps 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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5 vital facts about organic food

1 Organic Food Enhances Your Health The largest studies of the health effects of eating an organic diet have been carried out in France. In one group of more than 54,000 men and women, those eating organic foods were less likely to develop diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. This link was more pronounced among men, who ate more meat and other animal-based foods than women. Among other studies, one looked at nearly 69,000 French adults and found that eating mostly organic foods reduced cancer risk by 25 percent. Hundreds of studies have looked at the nutritional profiles of various foods. Overall, they’ve found that organic fruits and vegetables have higher levels of protective antioxidants. And organic meat, milk, and eggs contain more beneficial fats, especially anti-inflammatory omega-3 fats. 2 Chemicals in…

this bar saves lives

A while back, two “millennial” buddies with successful entertainment careers decided to step outside their comfort zones and take a humanitarian trip to Liberia to rebuild a bridge for a small community. Once there, a visit to a refugee camp slammed them into a brutal awareness of the worldwide hunger crisis. Surrounded by helpless children dying of malnutrition, they decided to help. Todd Grinnell, known for his role in Netflix’s One Day at a Time, and Ryan Devlin, who plays Mercer Hayes on Veronica Mars, enlisted the aid of two good friends to create a company that would help them achieve their goal. With actors Kristen Bell and Ravi Patel enthusiastically joining the crusade, they planned to provide therapeutic “Plumpy’Nut” packets (a peanut-based paste) to malnourished children throughout the world. But…

in the spotlight: billy blanks

“We’re going around the country teaching people about fitness and showing people that if you make fitness a lifestyle instead of a trend you can get more out of it,” says Billy Blanks, who at 64 still wakes at 4:30 a.m. to train and teach his new Tae Bo-inspired multilevel fitness program, Billy’s BoomBoxing. “We’re talking to people about nutrition and exercise—and how to find a good workout, because the workout has to fit your personality. Everybody wants to be healthier and stronger, and feel good about themselves.” The author of Billy’s Power Meals also practices what he preaches when it comes to eating. “I want to teach people how to live a healthy and strong, vibrant life—and to show people they have the power to make choices and do whatever…