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aug cover
July/August 2015

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: True or False – Fact vs. Fiction about the foods you eat
  • Memo From Mike: Calories on Ontario Menus? You Betcha!
  • Special Feature: Eye Supplements and the Truth about Macular Degeneration
  • Quick Studies:
    • Brain Boost
    • Extra Pounds & Breast Cancer
    • Cutting Stroke Risk
    • Krill Oil Complication 
  • The Healthy Cook: Summer Fling
    • Green Bean Potato Salad
    • Chopped Summer Salad
    • Green Gazpacho
  • Brand Name Rating: Sweet Freezes – What’s Hot in Frozen Desserts
  • Dish of the Month: Lemony Chickpeas

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nah june
June 2015

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: Walk this Way, Please – 7 Reasons to Lace Up Your Sneakers
  • Special Feature: Unscrambling Eggs
  • Quick Studies: Risky Sugar, Vitamin D & Fractures, Why it’s Hard to Break the Sugar Habit, Pump up Potassium
  • The Healthy Cook: It’s Bean Great! Amazing bean dishes in 10 minutes flat.
  • Restaurant Confidential: Xtreme Eating 2015
  • Dish of the Month: Creamy Pesto

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nah may
May 2015

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: Cancer – How to lower your risk
  • Special Feature: Diabetes Defense?
  • Quick Studies: Location, Location, Location, Peanut Butter & Babies, To Dodge Diabetes,  To Stay Strong
  • The Healthy Cook: A Salute to Salads
  • Brand Name Rating: Best Dressed – Make your salad sizzle
  • Dish of the Month: How to make a sanitizer solution

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nah april
April 2015

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: 8 Weight Mistakes – How to avoid expanding your bottom line
  • Special Feature: Fish For The Best-Which are good for you…and the planet?
  • Quick Studies: Blueberry Bonus, Insulin & Memory, Choco-Chubby?, Vitamins & Depression
  • The Healthy Cook: Street Smart-These three dishes are inspired by street food from around the world.
  • Eating Out Survival Guide: Quick Café Finds-Salads, soups, & sandwiches
  • Dish of the Month: Yogurt-Tahini Sauce

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nah march
March 2015

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: Hearts & Minds – Protect both with a diet that’s overlooked
  • Ripoff Report: Green Coffee Bean Extract
  • Quick Studies: Head Off Headaches, Cocoa Flavanols for the Brain…and More, Skip the Extra Selenium
  • Meat-free For All: A rating of nearly 100 meatless products to identify the best
  • The Healthy Cook: 3 Quick and Crispy Veggie Side Dishes
  • Dish of the Month: Magic Red Pepper Sauce

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nah jan
January/February 2015

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: Behind The Headlines—The science may surprise you.
  • Special Feature: Looking For Mr. Goodbug—Are probiotics worth taking?
  • Quick Studies: Hungry…or Just Bored? More Belly, Less Bone, Diabetes & the Brain, Breakfast? Maybe Not.
  • The Healthy Cook: Winter? What Winter?—Three dishes to warm your insides.
  • Brand-Name Rating: Not Milk?—What’s Tops in the Non-Dairy Aisle.

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nah dec
December 2014

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: Breaking BadWhat you can do to protect your bones.
  • Special Feature: A Tale Of Two Oils—What’s up with canola and coconut?
  • Quick Studies: Jog Your Memory—A single bout of strength training may give your memory a boost, I’ve Got Rhythm… Staying active and lean may lower your risk of atrial fibrillation, irregular heart rhythms, Sugars & Gum Disease, Caffeine & the Kidney.
  • The Healthy Cook: Dessert Oasis
  • Restaurant Confidential: Coffee, Tea, & CaloriesTop Picks at coffee houses.

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nah nov
November 2014

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: Protein—Is More Better?
  • Special Feature: Worse Than You Thought? You don’t think of these foods as healthy. But they’re worse than you may imagine.
  • Quick Studies: Sweet Confusion—Artificial Sweeteners, More Potassium—Less Stroke, Hear, Hear—Seafood may lower the risk of hearing loss and The Low-Cal Cookie Trap.
  • The Healthy Cook: Falling for Veggies. As the leaves start to fall, your vegetable prospects start to rise.
  • Brand Name Rating: Cereality Check: What matters in the cereal aisle.
  • Dish of the Month: Black Bean Soft Tacos

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nah oct
October 2014

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: Hijacked—How the food industry converts diet advice into profits
  • Special Feature: S-W-E-E-E-T! Your guide to sugar substitutes.
  • Quick Studies: Salt Controversy?, Curb Carbs—Cutting carbs can help you lose extra pounds, Extra Pounds & Cancer.
  • The Healthy Cook: Salad For Supper.
  • Brand Name Rating—Buy The Slice? Top picks in the lunch meat aisle.
  • Dish of the Month: Curried Chicken Salad

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nah sept
September 2014

Highlights from this issue:

  • Cover Story: 1 In 9—What You May Not Know About Breast Cancer
  • Special Feature: Soy Oh Soy! Is it really bad for you?
  • Quick Studies: Don’t sit for it… sitting for hours on end may raise your risk of some types of cancer, Older and On the Move, Soda & RA, Vitamin B & the Brain
  • The Healthy Cook: Presto, Pesto! Four steps to a great pesto.
  • Brand Name Rating—Reliable Sauces. How to find the best pasta toppers.
  • Dish of the Month: Summer on a Plate

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