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Eat This, Not That! Early Spring 2017

EAT GREAT, LOSE WEIGHT—SUPER FAST! The keto diet is the trendiest weight loss plan on the planet—and the fastest way to lose belly fat of all the low-sugar/low-carb diets. Are you ready to try it? Our beginner’s guide to the ketogenic diet in this special issue of Eat This, Not That! makes it easy. You’ll find everything you need to know to start losing weight today: easy instructions, shopping lists, a buyer’s guide to keto-friendly products, plus more than 30 delicious low-sugar recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and decadent desserts. There’s even a keto cocktail! Our special keto diet issue contains all you’ve come to expect from Eat This, Not That!, the New York Times best-selling book franchise and popular television segment created by David Zinczenko, nutrition and wellness correspondent for NBC’s Today show.

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find your sweet spot

Last year, the Food and Drug Administration approved a new Nutrition Facts label that includes a separate line for added sugars. This breakout forces companies to list what’s added and what’s inherent in a food for the first time. And the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the World Health Organization, and the American Heart Association (AHA) have all come out vociferously against added sugar. For women, the AHA recommends no more than 100 calories per day, or six teaspoons, 150 calories, or nine teaspoons, for men. That sounds like a lot, but here’s the thing: You don’t have to be slugging Cokes all day to exceed those guidelines. Consider these seemingly healthy foods that put you over your daily limit with just one serving: Dannon Fruit on the Bottom Cherry Yogurt (24…

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breakthroughs

Shape Up, Slim Down! Diet always beats exercise for losing weight. But that’s no reason to take a pass on a daily workout. Here’s some new research that may motivate you to lace up your sneakers: Lighten Your Stress Load Studies suggest that a brisk 10-minute walk may be as effective as a 45-minute workout at relieving anxiety. Exercise is such an effective mood lifter, in some cases it works just as well as antidepressant medications, according to studies in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Improve Your Memory To better retain information you just learned, plan an exercise session for exactly four hours after studying, according to the journal Current Biology. In a study, researchers tested learning retention on three groups: One that exercised immediately after studying, a second that exercised 4 hours later, and…

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nutrition

Deflate High Blood Pressure You probably haven’t thought about magnesium since your high school chemistry class, but it’s a crucial mineral involved in300biochemical reactions in the body, including relaxing blood vessels. But half of American adults are deficient in the nutrient. Ask your doctor to check your magnesium level and then bring more magnesium-rich foods like those shown above into your daily diet. Oats Note: Switch to Barley Everyone and their grandmother knows eating oatmeal is one of the best natural ways to lower levels of LDL “lousy” cholesterol, the waxy stuff that attaches to the walls of blood vessels and can cause blockages. A new review of 14 clinical trials published in The European Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that barley may be even better than oats, reducing levels of two types…

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supermarket

Poultry In Motion Grocery shoppers routinely spread poultry juices, potentially contaminated with pathogens, onto shopping carts and other groceries, according to a study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The careless handling of raw packaged meat can turn you or a family member into one sick chicken. But prevention is easy: Use the meat bags supplied by the grocery store (fewer than 20percent of shoppers do) and keep the chicken in the bag when transferring it to your refrigerator or freezer. A Feast For Your Eyes Eating pistachios is like wearing sunglasses. A rich source of lutein, the “eye antioxidant,” pistachios guard eyes against the damaging rays of the sun, which can be just as powerful in early spring as in summertime. Shop ‘N’ Swap How much red meat or processed meats are going into…

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restaurant

Bring us a Shrubbery! (make it a double!) It’s not just the Knights who say ‘Ni!’but millennials everywhere are ordering more artisanal tonics and vinegar-based cocktails, called “shrubs,”at restaurants. Popular in the 17th century, these tart, acidic drinks made from vinegar, water, fruit and herbs (alcohol is optional), are making a comeback. Served warm or cold, the drinks may provide a weight-loss benefit. Vinegar helps regulate insulin and glucose levels and decrease the glycemic response to food, helping you feel satisfied on less food. The New Breadbasket Next time you reach for a roll at a restaurant, you might get kimchi on your fingers. Due to the popularity of low-carb and gluten-free diets and concerns over restaurant food waste, some restaurants are reinventing the traditional breadbasket. Alternative offerings include a variety of pickles,…

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kitchen

Bowled Over When given a larger bowl to eat from, children requested 87 percent more breakfast cereal and wasted about 14 percent more food than kids served in small bowls, according to a study at the Food & Brand Lab at Cornell University. Study researchers also found that children served larger bowls consumed 52 percent more food than did the kids who used small bowls. Burn Notice The more meals you cook at home, the more likely you are to reduce calorie consumption. Yay! And the more likely you are to get burned. Boo! Cook-top fires account for 3 of every 5 reported home fires involving cooking equipment, according to the National Fire Prevention Association. And 54 percent of people injured by cooking fires were hurt while attempting to extinguish the flames. Here’s…