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Eat This, Not That! 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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choose to lose

We live in what is for many, many reasons the greatest country in the world. One of the most important to me is our freedom to make choices to improve our own lives and our families’. Eat This, Not That! was founded on the notion that in this land of abundant choices you have the opportunity to choose healthier food to enrich your body. Or you can ignore the tools and nutrition knowledge available to you and allow sneaky marketing and flavor manipulation to lure you toward Frankenfoods that are designed to keep you eating and eating. The other day at Sonic (yes, I go there occasionally for the chicken strip sandwich), I saw a woman order a large blackberry green iced tea. I didn’t ask her, but if it was her…

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breakthroughs

LADY and the TRAMPOLINE If you don’t like running for fitness, then try bouncing. Shoo your kids off the backyard trampoline (or buy a fitness trampoline; about $200) for a leg-strengthening aerobic workout that rivals running and might be better for your joints. A study sponsored by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) set out to determine the effectiveness of mini-trampoline workouts. Researchers from the department of exercise and sport science at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse recruited 12 female and 12 male college students and analyzed their aerobic performance and calorie expenditures during a 19-minute jumping workout on JumpSport fitness trampolines (jumpsport.com). It turned out that the women and men burned an average of 9.4 and 12.4 calories per minute, respectively, an energy expenditure equivalent to running 6 miles per hour on flat…

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nutrition

Sea Change Now there’s more evidence that eating fish may offer protection from heart disease. A study in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings analyzed large-scale research on consumption of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA (in oily fish) and found that people with high triglycerides who consumed omega-3s in food or through supplements reduced their risk of heart disease by 16 percent. The Weight-Gain Double Whammy Moms and dads—listen up: It seems one of the best ways to help your children grow up healthy is to establish sensible nighttime and morning routines. Having a regular bedtime that allows sufficient sleep (7 to 9 hours) and eating breakfast daily can set kids up for a healthier weight in the future, say researchers from University College of London. The scientists monitored the body mass index…

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supermarket

Are You Going to the Snacker-market? While waiting in the grocery store checkout line, do a quick scan of your shopping cart. How many snack foods are hiding behind the broccoli and that bag of apples? If you’re like most Americans, they could make up a substantial part of your cart. According to the USDA, snacks provide on average, about one-fourth of our daily calories. On average women and men in their 40s consume 444 and 600 calories, respectively, from processed snack foods daily. Snack Picks WHAT DO YOU GRAB WHEN SNACKING? Source: Eat This, Not That! Twitter Poll of 418 respondents SUPERMARKET SWAP OF THE MONTH Drink This! V8 V-Fusion +Tea (8 fl oz) 50 calories 0 g fat 10 g sugars Not That! V8 V-Fusion Peach Mango (8 fl oz) 120 calories 0 g fat 28 g sugars Cash…ew! Gesund heit! Go nuts to avoid…

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restaurant

Are Your Friends Making You FAT? Are you guilty of EUI? We’re talking about eating under the influence. Researchers say people eat about 35 percent more food when dining with another person and consume up to 96 percent more food when eating with a large group. Why? One reason is that when you eat with others, you tend to spend more time at the table, where you mindlessly munch. You Can’t Count What You Don’t See In many cities, fast-food restaurants are required to display sodium, calorie, and fat content of their meals to customers. But a new survey suggests that many consumers don’t notice the displayed nutrition numbers. Researchers from New York University Wagner Graduate School of Public Service surveyed 1,400 people in Philadelphia, where fast-food restaurants are required to post nutrition…

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kitchen

Give Peas a Chance Keep a few bags of peas in your freezer at all times. One cup of green peas delivers 6 grams of fiber. Try this easy appetizer: Microwave a cup of frozen peas in a bowl with 1 tablespoon of water for 1 to 3 minutes until hot. Stir in ¼ cup of whole-wheat flour and mash with a fork. Add 2 tablespoons of chopped scallions and a pinch of sea salt. Form into four pancakes and cook in a skillet greased with butter for 1½ minutes on each side, or until golden brown. Serve with sour cream. Dish Yourself Dessert Have your cake and slice it, too. If you cut your own portion, you’ll likely consume less, according to a study at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School…