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  • March 2019

    10 'Healthy' Foods That Are Actually Bad For You

    Typically, freshly made popcorn can be a great fiber-rich snack. "But the microwaveable versions have high levels of sodium and the chemical diacetyl, making it a food that shouldn’t be eaten often," says Beth Warren, founder of Beth Warren Nutrition and author of Secrets of a Kosher Girl...

  • February 2019

    8 Reasons Your Avocado Addiction Is Good for Your Health

    Additionally, oleic acid, the primary monounsaturated fat in avocados, activates the part of the brain which makes you feel full, reduces cravings and prevents you from overeating. Beth Warren, MS, RDN, CDN, who is also an author based in New York, adds, “Because avocados have the healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, they contribute to satiety. Studies show it shrinks your waist line and contributes to a lower BMI and body weight when eaten in moderation.”

  • February 2019

    13 Best Probiotics for Women

    “Aside from the beneficial probiotics, this has plant-based compounds like ginger to soothe upset stomachs and support healthy digestive function,” says Beth Warren, MS, RDN, a dietitian in New York City. It also has prebiotics, which encourage the growth of healthy bacteria that support the well being of pregnant and breastfeeding women, she explains. “The formula has L. rhamnosus HN001, which has been shown to support the child’s developing immune system during the last trimester and early breastfeeding period.”

  • February 2019

    The 13 Worst Foods to Ever Eat on an Airplane

    Garlic contains allyl methyl disulfide, a compound that occurs in the chopped or crushed variety that is processed slowly by the body. “Garlic breath sometimes takes up to 24 hours to be removed from your body,” says Beth Warren, RDN, founder of Beth Warren Nutrition and author of Secrets of a Kosher Girl.

  • February 2019


    If you’re exercising regularly (and not, say, training for the CrossFit games), any sort of protein will do—pea, hemp, soy, whey, and collagen are all A-OK options. “If you’re really strength training, you want to find something closer to 24 grams of protein than 12 grams in one serving,” says nutritionist Beth Warren. She also notes that it’s smart to look for branch-chain amino acids in protein powder, which also help with muscle strength and recovery.

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