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Eat This, Not That! Summer 2018

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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board of advisors

Obesity and Preventive Medicine David L. Katz, MD, MPH @DrDavidKatz Director of the Yale Prevention Research Center and president of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. Dr. Katz’s most recent book is Disease Proof. Obstetrics and Women’s Health Jennifer Ashton, MD, FACOD @DrJAshton President and founder of Hygeia Gynecology, ABC News Senior Medical Contributor, and author of Eat This, Not That! When You’re Expecting. Integrative Medicine Tasneem Bhatia, MD @DrTazMD Founder and director of the Atlanta Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine and fellow at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine of the University of Arizona. Dr. Bhatia is author of The 21-Day Belly Fix. Food Sciences Brian Wansink, PhD @BrianWansink Professor and director of the Food & Brand Lab at Cornell University and author of Slim by Design and Mindless Eating. Nutrition Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM @HeidiSkolnik Nutritionist for the Women’s Sports Medicine Center at the Hospital…

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get healthy one meal at a time

IMAGINE MAKING YOUR BODY LEANER AND healthier without sacrificing the foods you love and without spending hours sweating in a gym with people you don’t know. Well, you can do it. You’re holding the key to success right now. This magazine and its sister website, Eatthis.com, will help you to slim down and get into the best shape of your life by guiding you to make the healthiest food choices wherever you go. Why do we all need this help? Well, because there are 157 different types of salad dressings in aisle seven of your grocery store. Sure, choice like that can mean freedom. But it can also make you feel overloaded by the number of options and, ultimately, disappointed with yourself if your decisions turn out badly, suggests psychology professor Barry…

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spice up, slim down

Want to lose weight? Then burn your tongue. Researchers say spicy foods can turn up the heat on weight loss. Their study in the journal Appetite showed that eating foods spiced with cayenne peppers decreases appetite and reduces cravings for fatty, sweet, high-calorie foods. Another study found that capsaicin, a natural compound in chile peppers, can boost metabolism and temperature after eating, translating into a modest calorie burn. Add some heat to tacos with chiles and hot sauce. Pick from these peppers listed from namby-pamby to nuclear:…

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kitchen

DON’T TOSS YOUR SALAD Into the disposal, that is. The tops, stems, and peels of our fresh vegetables are often discarded during meal prep. That’s money—and good nutrition—down the drain. Save what you slice and cut away for another use. Here’s how: Celery leaves Those frilly tops are loaded with bone-strengthening calcium and magnesium. Chop and toss into soups and chicken salad. Swiss chard stems We toss them because they’re tough. Soften them up by sautéing in olive oil and serve as an antioxidant- and fiber-rich side dish. Potato peels The outside of the potato boasts more fiber, potassium, and B vitamins than the inside. Roast the peels with olive oil and fresh herbs to make potato skins. Leftover Love A well-made pasta sauce is the gift that keeps on giving. If you have leftover Bolognese…

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restaurant

Make Broccoli Your Go-To Side Yeah, you poked at it on your plate when you were 7, but you won’t want to push this cruciferous wunderkind away as an adult. In fact, get in the habit of ordering broccoli as your side dish every time you eat at a restaurant. It’s one of the most cancer-protective foods on the planet. That’s due to phytochemicals called glucosinolates, which produce a powerful detoxifying enzyme called sulforaphane. The American Institute for Cancer Research says broccoli, cabbage, kale, and cauliflower, are the most protective against many cancers. 1.6 Average number of fast-food television ads children ages 2 to 5 see every day Order Tall to Get Small When ordering a mixed drink, ask for a tall, narrow “highball” glass and you’ll likely save calories. Bartenders pour 28 percent…

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nutrition & weight loss

When Stress Strikes, Go Nuts A handful of pistachios a day may keep the cardiologist away, according to research by Penn State nutritionists. In a study, researchers found that eating 1½ ounces of pistachios daily for one month helped keep study participants’ blood pressure down during stressful situations. Nutritionists say the nuts increase artery relaxation, which reduces the heart’s workload. Chew More, Weigh Less! Replace a glass of apple juice with a whole apple. A study in the International Journal of Obesity reports that people reduced their daily calorie intake by up to 20 percent when they substituted a piece of fruit for fruit juice with their lunch. Researchers say chewing stimulates satiety hormones. Plus, whole food takes more time to digest, helping you feel fuller longer. A Smarter Way to Eat Filling your plate…