Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS is a nationally known expert on weight loss, nutrition, and health. Not only is he a board-certified nutritionist with a master’s degree in psychology, but he's also the author of fourteen books on health, healing, food, and longevity! His new book, Smart Fat, just came out, so I thought it was the perfect time to turn to him to reveal the five things we probably didn't know about fat. Fittingly, his book has the fatty green of the moment, avocado, on its cover.
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When Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power launched Who What Wear in 2006, it was a fun blog that revealed the brands behind our favorite celeb outfits. Now they head up a major, multi-faceted company that continues to expand. I've always greatly admired these two badass CEOs. There’s something to self-made success, and now the duo is revealing all their tips, secrets, and best advice in their new (and third!) book Career Code: Must-Know Rules for a Strategic, Stylish, and Self-Made Success.
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With Alessandro Michele at its helm, Gucci has been going through a sweeping renaissance, with the Italian house’s monogram serving as a major player. From the fur-accented loafers to the graphic bags, everything has been flying off the shelves, so to feed the beast, Gucci teamed up with NET-A-PORTER to launch an exclusive 20-piece capsule collection, ranging in price from $465 to $5,300. In what will come as a surprise to none of you, most of the pieces have already sold out. Some will be coming back in stock, but if you want your fix now, here’s the best of what’s still for sale today. Get them while you can!
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If you eat a balanced, whole-food diet, you’re probably getting adequate amounts of the vitamins and minerals your body needs to function. But if not (and this applies to the majority of the U.S. population), there’s a good chance you may be lacking important nutrients. "Even if you put the cleanest ingredients into your body, chances are that life forces get in the way of being on point every day," says Kelly Boyer, founder of farm-to-table meal delivery service PALETA. "There are also environmental forces that get in the way; consider how and where your food was grown, which can also influence your nutritional intake. Soil quality, storage time, and processing can affect the levels of certain nutrients in your food. Additionally, your age and own health issues impact your body’s ability to absorb the nutrients in your food." Unfortunately, in many cases, nutrient deficiencies can be difficult to assess, making it easy not to notice that you are developing symptoms until the deficiency has become pronounced.
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