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2018 WHN Index

BODYWORKS/MOVES OF THE MONTH

Strengthen your core for better balance, stability (Jan., 7)
Reduce fracture risk with resistance exercises (Feb., 7)
Keep your hands flexible and functional (Mar., 7)
Ease the ache in your neck and shoulders (Apr., 7)
Get a leg up on chronic knee pain (May, 7)
Maintaining

Processed Foods: 5 Reasons to Avoid Them

Processed Foods: 5 Reasons to Avoid Them

As technology advances, the world continues to search for ways to make life just a little more convenient for the next generation. And over the past century, food has been at the center of this mission. From canned and frozen foods in the 1920s to frozen pizzas in the 1980s,

Ultra Processed Foods Linked to Cancer

Eating ultra-processed foods—drinks, sugary products, fats, and sauces that include many ingredients and tend to be high in fat, saturated fat, sugar, and salt—may increase cancer risk, according to researchers. Among nearly 105,000 study participants, 2,228 of whom were diagnosed with cancer during the five-year follow-up, a 10 percent increase

Newsbriefs: Nuts; Waist Size; Muscle Mass; Ultra-Processed Foods; High Sodium

Eating Nuts May Help Prevent Cancer’s Return
The dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other nutrients found in nuts may help prevent cancer recurrence in patients who formerly had colon cancer, according to a study published online Feb. 28, 2018 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. In an observational study of

Q&A: Sugar; Walking; Blood Thinners

Q. There’s a lot in the news about high sugar intake and the harm it can do. What is the latest thinking on sugar consumption?
A. The latest thinking on sugar consumption is cut back, cut down! Currently, the average American eats nearly twice the amount of sugar recommended by the

In Support of the Local Food Movement

You’ve probably noticed an increasing variety of “locally grown” foods in the marketplace these days. But why are local foods trending, and what benefits accompany their purchase? EN takes a look at some shortfalls of our increasingly globalized food system, and compares it with the numerous benefits of local foods.

8. What’s in a Name? Heart-Healthy Diet Plans

The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans holds up three U.S. Food & Drug Administration–approved models of healthy eating:

Healthy U.S.-Style Eating Pattern
Healthy Vegetarian Eating Pattern
Healthy Mediterranean-Style Eating Pattern

The Healthy U.S.-Style Eating Pattern is based on foods Americans typically consume: vegetables, fruits, grains, dairy, and protein.
The Healthy Mediterranean-Style Eating Pattern is similar

5. Maximum Nutrition, Minimal Fuss

Who’s Cooking?
Hands down, when it comes to getting the many different nutrients needed to support physical activity and good health, eating whole foods in forms close to nature trumps eating foods processed in a factory. Unfortunately, as a nation people are cooking less and relying more on packaged convenience foods,

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