5 Things to Try at Trader Joe's This Fall

Even a food reporter has a tough time tracking what’s new at Trader Joe’s. “We don’t have a list of new items that I'm able to send,” a rep emailed, “but as you likely already know, we are constantly introducing exciting, new products in our stores.” Harumph. Though the company wasn’t willing to part with a list of new items, TJs fanatics—and they are legion—probably know all about the “What’s New” page, the store’s “New Item” shelf, and to watch their Instagram like a hawk. So I poked around like any other curious shopper, looking for new-to-me and straight-up new
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Are Smoothie Bowls Healthy? Plus: Five More Trendy Foods and Whether They're Actually Good for You

Have you ever found yourself questioning whether a food or diet is actually good for you? We’ve asked two dietitians to break down some of the most commonly questioned foods so you never have to think twice again. You may be surprised that some of the most popular trends really aren’t all that great for your waistline or your heart health. To get our top stories delivered to your inbox, sign up for the Healthy Living newsletter SMOOTHIE BOWLS  While smoothie bowls look and sound super healthy, they’re often times loaded with empty carbs. “It all depends how you make it, but I’ve
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13 Keto Pumpkin Dessert Recipes for Fall

Pumpkin spice lattes from Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts might be out of the picture for keto lovers this fall. But plenty of other options can give followers of the high-fat, low-carb diet their annual pumpkin fix. With about 8 grams of carbs per cup, pumpkin is actually considered a low-carb food. The way it's usually prepared (baked into sugary pies and breads, for example) makes us associate it with serious carb overload. RELATED: Keto vs. Atkins: Which Is the Better Low-Carb Diet? The foodies featured below, however, have found a way to make all of your pumpkin cravings keto-friendly—from gluten-free cookies to no-bake cheesecake bites. We’ve gathered 11
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2206 meet our april 2017 cover model torrie wilson

Meet our April 2017 cover model Torrie Wilson We chat to athlete, model and entrepreneur Torrie Wilson as she graces the cover of the April 2017 edition of Women’s Health and Fitness magazine. Meet our April 2017 cover model Torrie Wilson – Women’s Health and Fitness magazine On the relationship with food I spent many years trying to avoid food and trying all sorts of diets. Once I began a healthy relationship I got leaner than ever. Funny how that works. On eating for pleasure It’s great to enjoy your food, but once eating becomes an outlet we enter the
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2219 walk all over breast cancer at the 2017 mother s day classic

Walk all over breast cancer at the 2017 Mother’s Day Classic Get your team together to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation at this year’s Mother’s Day Classic. Walk all over breast cancer at the 2017 Mother’s Day Classic – Women’s Health and Fitness magazine This year, the Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic (MDC) is celebrating 20 incredible years of fundraising and raising awareness for breast cancer research and it’s time to get your team together for yet another fun walk/run. As the major fundraiser for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, the MDC has contributed more than $30 million
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2230 health and fitness talk with cover model jenna douros

Health and fitness talk with cover model Jenna Douros Known for her child-like energy and athletic training style, Jenna Douros is taking the fitness world by storm. We caught up with our May 2017 cover model to talk about health, fitness, and inspiration. Health and fitness talk with cover model Jenna Douros – Women’s Health and Fitness magazine ON CAREER I have never been one to sit still. When I was younger, I always excelled in physical activity – from rollerblading, gymnastics and athletics, to making obstacle courses in my backyard. I feel I have progressively put my stamp on
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2270 a day in the life of cover model alexia clark

A day in the life of cover model Alexia Clark A day in the life of cover model Alexia Clark With a passion for helping others to live a healthy life (and not being afraid to admit she enjoys indulging in a sweet treat from time-to-time), the wonderfully raw and honest Alexia Clark WH&F about her training and fit lifestyle. MOVE I typically train full body every day but with a focus on one particular muscle group. My schedule varies from week-to-week. EAT I eat loads of vegies, healthy carbs and protein. And if I’m treating myself to a sweet
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Cover Model Q.A. Lilian Dikmans

Cover model Q&A: Lilian Dikmans Cover model Q&A: Lilian Dickmans Lawyer turned fitness model, pro Muay Thai fighter and trainer, Lilian Dikmans knows a thing or two about pushing the limits and creating her own version of success. We caught up with our August 2017 cover model to find out what makes her tick. MOVE I usually train myself four to five times a week. I do a mixture of muay Thai, boxing, functional conditioning exercises, and some Pilates and yoga when I can fit it in. If I have a fight coming up, training increases to six days a
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How To Improve Your Performance With Visualisation

How to improve your performance with visualisation How to improve your performance with visualisation We take a look at how visualisation can improve your performance when it comes to training. One trip to your local gym and you will probably spot a lycra-clad fit-girl standing at her barbell in deadlift position – but without actually lifting the bar. Chances are she’s not absentmindedly staring into space but instead using cognitive strategies to psych herself up pre-lift, resulting in bigger and better PBs. The science Psyching yourself up has been shown to improve performance while training, and involves using all of
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Keeping Fit With Alexandra Kierdorf Robinson

Keeping fit with Alexandra Kierdorf-Robinson We caught up with December 2017 cover model Alexandra Kiedorf-Robinson to chat about all things health, fitness, passion and purpose. Keeping fit with Alexandra Kierdorf-Robinson Alex Kierdorf-Robinson has had a far from easy life. With parents suffering from addiction in her home country of Sweden, she had to grow up early – and fast. But rather than weakening her resolve, Kierforf-Robinson used these challenges to her advantage, and is now a Swedish-qualified physiotherapist, group fitness instructor and personal trainer for her own business, 360Health. She spoke to WH&F about fostering a positive attitude in the
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