Monthly Archives: December 2019
Health, convenience prime concerns for consumers Last year's hottest supermarket craze -- low-carb products -- can be found in this year's clearance aisle. In a country obsessed with dieting, we've seen low-fat, fat-free, sugar-free, low-carb, and no-carb foods come and go with little impact on our girth. In fact, as a nation, we're heavier than ever. So what new foods can you expect to see next on your supermarket shelves? WebMD asked the experts for their predictions on the latest trends. As with most everything else, baby boomers are affecting how the nation eats, according to the NPD Marketing group. Boomers made their mark with fast food in the '60s, fern bars in the '70s, microwaves in the '80s, take-out in the '90s, and a trend toward healthier foods today, according to Harry Balzar, NPD's vice president. As the boomers age, they are coping with health and weight concerns that drive their eating patterns. But boomers aren't the only ones behind changes in food buying
Experts offer advice on navigating the supermarket.
Good nutrition starts with smart choices in the grocery store. Cooking up healthy meals is a challenge if you don't have the right ingredients in your kitchen.
But who has time to read all the food labels and figure out which items are the most nutritious and the best buys? Grocery shopping can be a daunting task, simply because there are so many choices.
"Markets perform a great public service, but keep in mind they are designed to get you to buy (and, therefore, eat) more food, not less," says Marion Nestle, PhD, MPH, professor of nutrition at New York University and author of What to Eat: An Aisle-by-Aisle Guide to Savvy Food Choices and Good Eating.
But with a little guidance, healthy choices are a cinch to find in any supermarket.
Plan Ahead for Success
The process starts even before you head to the grocery store, experts say. Before you set out for the market, plan your meals for the
Must-have items for quick, healthy snacks and meals.
How many times do you open your refrigerator door each day, peering in and hoping to be inspired? It stands to reason that if you keep your refrigerator stocked with appetizing foods that also happen to be good for you, you're much more likely to eat healthy meals and healthy snacks.
But keep in mind that the "out of sight, out of mind" principle applies to your fridge. Many of us, for example, have colorful fruits and vegetables on hand -- but keep them buried in the crisper drawers at the bottom of the fridge. You are more likely to see, eat, and enjoy healthy foods if they're in a ready-to-eat form, staring at you from the eye-level shelves in your refrigerator.
Here are nine must-have healthy foods for a diet-friendly refrigerator:
1. Fruit Salad
Take that fruit from your crisper and fruit bowl and turn it into a tasty fruit salad, drizzled with a high-vitamin-C fruit juice (to keep the fruit
Think sheer and textured fabrications plus voluptuous frills and gold detailing. A sorbet palette is punctuated by vibrant navy, decorated with ribbon and delicate floral prints. Asymmetric, off the shoulder and classic draped necklines feature in mini, midi and maxi options. A balanced, architectural collection of feminine pieces for any and all occasions.
The VMAs red carpet is no place to play it safe. Gwen’s blue fur bra, Courtney Love’s Madonna tribute, Rose’s barely there dress or Miley’s part cyborg part glam 2015 get-up.
So go stag to weddings, be a bridesmaid and most importantly, look way better than the bride in something that doesn’t resemble a giant marshmallow.
I’m not super great at ‘moderation’. I watched the first 15 episodes of Younger in 1.5 days. I cannot open a block of chocolate and leave a square left. I’m not proud of it; but it’s who I am now.
In the same vein, once I’ve had a big night then basically the whole weekend is a write off. I’ll eat hash browns for breakfast, KFC for lunch and order $50 worth of Menulog for dinner. It’s a routine now.
BNKR joins globally respected hair master KEVIN.MURPHY to present an exclusive editorial, fusing leading technology in hair with on-trend styling and pieces from the January collections available on BNKR.
Nothing quite says cool AF like khaki. Just the right mix of army fatigues meets model off duty, khaki carries with it an air of the ‘it girl'; perfectly executed
Despite what street style shots might tell you, the shade doesn’t have to equal heavy bomber jackets only. Lighten things up with olive intimates or delicate maxi dresses or try jumpsuits and cigarette pants to see your wardrobe the in-between seasons.
Stay cool – C/MEO COLLECTIVE‘s new collection has just arrived.
‘Composure’ fuses style and innovation. Ribbed knits, button detailing and wrap ties combine with metallic textures, ruffles and a simple yet impactful palette; an assured range of styles for whatever
Obviously we can’t all be professional sports people. But most of us – at one point in our lives – will find that we excel at something. What could you compete in? What are you freakishly good at?
Personally, I feel like I’m good at a lot of things. Now I know it sounds like I’m blowing my own horn – but just hold on. I’m ‘good’ at a lot of things but If I had to pick one thing that I’m the ‘best’ at – only one of my skills to bring home the gold – I honestly have no idea what it would be. Luckily enough, in the creative industry being good at a lot of things works in my favour.
Coming to work every day kind of is like being in the Style Olympics. Who’s outfit will slay the rest? Who will take home best dressed? Everyone’s in it to win it.
You can be too. Cross the finish line first with our top picks for everyday, medal winning style.