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Mayor Bloomberg Sugary Drink Ban - Why It Backfired

As a New York City native and Certified Health and Wellness Coach, I've watched this whole issue of Mayor Bloomberg banning soda and other sugary drinks with great interest. I heard the first anti-New York City Sugary Drink Ban campaign ads on the radio when I visited New York last Summer and thought that it would be an interesting battle.  Soda drinking kid

The whole sugary drink ban is a tough call because no one likes to be told what to do when it comes to making healthy choices.  And New Yorkers, in particular, do not like being told what to do. 

Newsflash--healthy habits happen when people are ready to make a change and choose to go with what's good for them, not when they're forced into it.  And if you restrict what people can have, it also will tend to make them want to do the opposite and rebel against it. 

On the other hand, regular soda and sugary beverages are definitely contributors to obesity and diabetes in adults and children.  Children can't decide for themselves, but their parents sure can.

But the "ban" didn't limit getting 2-liter bottles from the supermarket or convenience store, and someone could just buy two drinks to make up for the smaller quantity.  I think you would have seen a lot of businesses offering BOGOs for 16-ounce drinks and there goes the ban anyway.

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Taco Bell Anti-Veggie Superbowl Ad Pulled

Taco Bell went anti-veggie in its Super Bowl Ad and fortunately it suffers the consequences.  Tace bell

Not that Taco Bell was ever a place you thought of for vegetables anyway, but it certainly didn't need to create a Super Bowl Ad that outright encourages people to not bring a vegetable platter to a game day party. 

And it's not like there will be Big Game ads for vegetables either amongst all the beer, car and snack ads, but attacking people who are smart enough to remember that you can have a healthy Super Bowl party and not have any less fun, is just silly.  Which ad agency was asleep at the wheel here?

According to the Center for Science in the Public Interest,Taco Bell was inundated with complaints from consumers and nutritionists, and responding to public pressure agreed to take the anti-veggie ad down.  At least they acted quickly, but still...

I say now everyone in the country should be sure to have a vegetable platter at their Super Bowl Party.  Now wouldn't that be a step in the right direction!  Just make that dip low-fat or fat-free and you're all set.

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Why I'm Not Pissed Off At Ronald McDonald

Ronald McDonald is the subject of a lot of controversy these days.  How did a clown get himself in the  Ronald mcdonaldmiddle of such a mess? 

On the one hand, Ronald McDonald is being blamed pretty much single-handledly for the rise in children's obesity, and there are organizations calling for his resignation.  On the other, Ronald McDonald is also the symbol of the good works of McDonald's like Ronald McDonald House. 

Here's my two cents on the matter.  No individual with a brain ever really thought McDonald's food overall was health food, although they certainly have made efforts to have some healthy choices--yogurt parfaits, fruit smoothies, oatmeal, grilled chicken, apple slices, side salads. So if a child wants McDonald's, it doesn't necessarily mean that it has to be unhealthy food. 

And who is supposed to be deciding for a child between the healthy food McDonald's offers on its menu and the less than stellar choices?  YES!  The parent or guardian. 

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My Two Cents On The Cheerios FDA Warning

When I first heard the news about the Cheerios FDA warning because of Cheerios health claims, my first thought was--with everything the FDA could be doing--like lynching the criminal company who knowingly sold the salmonella peanuts--they're after Cheerios?

When you read through the hype, it's really not so much what they said, but how they said it, and the Warning whole issue the FDA has regarding "allowed" health claims.  Cheerios does have some scientific backing for certain health claims, but the FDA is supposedly concerned that people will think that Cheerios can be considered a drug to prevent and fight high cholesterol and heart disease. 

Now if someone has a serious issue with heart disease, they need medical supervision, and most likely, unless they make major lifestyle and dietary changes, they're going to need medicines and possibly surgery to correct what's going on.  But here's another thought.  I'm not so sure the whole eat Cheerios, or any whole grain cereal, or other whole grains, or fish, or nuts, or fruit and vegetables, etc., is necessarily such a bad prescription to prevent and fight heart disease and other major diseases. 

Better to munch on Cheerios (or another healthy food) today, than to pop a pill tomorrow if you can avoid it.  But then again, big pharma would prefer that you do the reverse.  Maybe they're even behind the Cheerios warning and there's a conspiracy at hand (I must be watching too much 24).

Oh, oh here comes my FDA warning :)

There's no disputing the fact that a healthy diet and active lifestyle, can have a major impact on one's health.  Can it overcome heredity?  Maybe yes, maybe no.  Can it put you in the best possible position to live your healthiest possible life?  I think yes.  In fact, I'm counting on it, because I've been personally dealt a genetic hand that doesn't hold a bright future, so I do what I can to control what I can, and eat healthy and work out regularly.

Cheerios are not perfect (they could use more fiber in my opinion), but they make a solid quick meal with organic fat-free milk, as part of your own healthy trail mix concoction, and an easily portable snack that will keep you away from the really bad stuff, and never do to your waistline or heart what many crunchy snacks of a more evil nature will.

I say, FDA leave Cheerios alone and go after the really big problems--after all they're first getting around to banning Hydoxycut?  

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The One New Year's Resolution To Make (And Keep)

As this year comes to a close, in this post for The Healthy Food Review, I'd like to direct you to an article I wrote that has been an inspirational favorite for those who work hard to lead a healthy lifestyle.  And if you're not quite there yet, or got off track as we hit the holiday season, perhaps it will give you the motivation to take that first important step to make it a healthy New Year!Keep on going sign

Please take a moment to check it out, and share it with everyone you know.  And, as always your comments are welcome.  Thanks for reading The Healthy Food Review--Happy New Year!

The One New Year's Resolution To Make (And Keep)!

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Pet Peeves About Fellow Gym Members - A Public Service Message

Hi All,

Those of you who are readers of The Healthy Food Review (thanks!) or who follow me on Twitter know that I do my best to lead an active life, and I love to go the gym.  Yesterday, it just seemed like one of those days when more than the fair share of my fellow gym members were being annoying (although I am sure most did not realize it).

So I thought it would be fun, and a public service to identify those "Pet Peeves About Fellow Gym Members" here:

1.  Trying to use all your unlimited cell phone plan minutes blabbering away on the gym equipment

It's annoying and rude.  You keep the people around you from being in their fitness zone, and unless you are doing the fitness "talk test" at that moment, you probably aren't focusing on your workout or getting in the zone yourself as much as you should.

2.  Having A LOUD conversation with the person on the machine next to you Annoyed person

Sorry folks, but if I can hear your conversation six treadmills away over the song rocking out on my iPod, you need to turn down the volume!

3.  Leaving a big sweat spot at the top of the weight bench or ab machine 

Big yuck!  It's called a towel--please use it!

4.  Not re-racking weights

This causes two problems.  First, there is nothing more annoying than having only one of two hand weights of a certain pound size, or not finding the weight you want at all.  It's no fun spending half your workout time wondering around the gym looking for just the weight level you need or a hand weight's lost soul mate.

Second, if you leave a really heavy weight plate on a machine like the Hammer Curl ones, the next person may not be able to match your abilities, and they are stuck having to ask someone to remove it for them, or skip that machine.

5.  Don't ask me to work in 5 seconds after I finally get on the machine I have been waiting 20 minutes for.

You saw I just got here after waiting my turn.  It's not like I'm hogging that piece of fitness equipment after 5 seconds.  There's just got to be something else you can do and cut me some slack.

And if you do work in, don't leave the pin at 200 lbs when it's my turn to switch back!

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Wal-Mart Diet Exists According To New Study

Hi All,

As I always say, you have to just love the way the media spins research.  According to a new study from two University researchers (hopefully not sponsored by Wal-Mart, I'm not too cynical am I) having a Wal-Mart in your area could help you lose weight. 

People who live near a regular Wal-Mart are connected with a .5 pound weight loss.  Those lucky enoughWeight loss to also have a Super Wal-Mart are associated with another .18 pound weight loss.  They think it has something to do with the ability of lower economic people to be able to buy less expensive fruits and vegetables. 

I find that amusing because I do shop at my local Super Wal-Marts, but I generally find minimal selection of organic produce, and often a lot of their other produce just isn't as nice as that of some of the major supermarkets (maybe it's the Vegas heat), or certainly the natural foods stores like Whole Foods and some of the local stores in this genre.  Although Wal-Mart does have good produce prices--I get my bananas there all the time.  Plus, I can see where if you are on a tight budget, Wal-Mart would be a blessing to help you maintain proper nutrition.

My theory?  Shopping at a Wal-Mart Super Center especially gets you walking a lot more than it does at a smaller store.  In fact, when I lived in Colorado, my local Wal-Mart Super Center was in quick walking distance in cold snowy, weather, and my husband and I would purposely go to get out and do a bit of a walking workout.  In Las Vegas, I've been doing it all Summer in the triple digit temperatures.

Sometimes, I also find new healthy food products roaming around, like when I discovered Flatout Bread (see my previous post, Healthy Food Review Flatout Bread Wraps).  So I guess that could also contribute to the Wal-Mart Diet effect.

So in summary, I believe it's not so much that there is a Wal-Mart Diet, as we are talking about less than a pound difference after all, but extra walking, and possibly access to some healthy food products that have been included in Wal-Mart's offerings, could be contributors to an overall healthy lifestyle.  Just stay out of the giant chips, cookies and ice cream aisles if you don't have the willpower to make the healthier choices there.

Here's another take on it from Conde Nast: http://www.portfolio.com/views/blogs/odd-numbers/2008/09/09/the-wal-mart-diet

And now I'd like to invite you to learn the secrets of how it is deliciously possible to achieve healthy eating and weight loss without giving up ANY of your favorite comfort foods whether you live by a Wal-Mart or not, by getting free access to two chapters from my book "Have Your Cheeseburger And Keep Your Health Too!" You can download them for free by going to http://www.healthyeatingcoach.com/bookexcerpt.html

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Wendys Baconator Are You Kidding Me

Hi All,

I was watching the first NFL football kickoff game to see if my Super Bowl champion New York Giants could pick it up where they left off.  I was not disappointed.

What was disappointing was one of the few commercials I happened to catch was for Wendy's new dietary monstrosity The Baconator.  First the ad mocks those who are vegetarians presumably by having one character talking about being a "Meatatarian" (and yes there is a whole counter culture apparently who focus on eating meat almost to the exclusion of vegetables).  Apparently, this is one of Wendy's hot new target markets.

Then they describe this killer hamburger sandwich as having 6 strips of bacon, two quarter pound  Shocked woman hamburger patties, two slices of American cheese, and mayo.  I give Wendy's credit though, on their web page they clearly indicate the nutritional info for the Baconator as being 830 calories, a stunning 51 grams of fat (including 23 grams of saturated fat and 2.5 grams of trans fat) and 195 mg of cholesterol.  Can you just feel your arteries slamming shut just by reading the nutritional content of that Wendy's Baconator?

And that's not including the fries and shake they advertise with it.

This is America, and to each their own I suppose.  And no one should be expecting to go into Wendy's or any other fast food place to find health food (although some have healthier options than others).  Besides, let's face it, Wendy's is in business to make a profit, so if there extensive consumer research before launching this product didn't show that someone would buy it, they wouldn't have made it.  What does that say about the American Diet?

But how about this?  Even though I would never use as large a portion of food as Wendy's does--I could do a healthy food makeover of even The Baconator.

Simply substitute:

--A whole wheat bun

--2 Boca Burgers or Morningstar Farms Grillers (you could even use the large, restaurant size Boca Burgers)

--6 strips of Morningstar Farms Veggie Bacon Strips (which is overkill but I wanted to match the number of Baconator bacon strips to be fair)  

--2 slices of fat free American Cheese

--your favorite reduced fat mayonnaise

--your favorite ketchup

My Baconator healthy food makeover is 590 calories, 24 grams of fat (3 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams trans fat) with just 5 grams of cholesterol, and my version adds 12 grams of fiver.  That's 240 less calories, and VERY importantly, 27 fewer grams of fat, 20 fewer grams of saturated fat and 2.5 grams less of trans fat!  Boy with thumbs up

Thats' waaaaay better than the Wendy's Baconator.  Hey Wendy's how about making this vegetarian version?  We flexitarians have to eat too.  You make it, I'll buy it.  Remember you heard the recipe here first! 

And now I'd like to invite you to learn the secrets of how it is deliciously possible to achieve healthy eating and weight loss without giving up ANY of your favorite comfort foods, just like I showed you above with the Baconator, by getting free access to two chapters from my book "Have Your Cheeseburger And Keep Your Health Too!" You can download them for free by going to http://www.healthyeatingcoach.com/bookexcerpt.html

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Mommy I Want Junk Food Problem Kids' Diets And What To Do About Them

Hi All,

I was recently traveling in the Northeast back to my NYC roots (yes thats' why I hadn't posted in a bit).  I was walking along the Northern New Jersey shore on a beautiful day when the following took place. 

Two Moms were pushing toddlers in their strollers with two slightly older children--maybe about age six or so--walking alongside.  I heard one of the kids say "Mommy I'm hungry".  To which I was very surprised to hear the Mom reply "No problem, I have a nice granola bar for you."  That was the first surprise as this was an East Coast beach scene, not a California beach scene.

What happened next was a shocker.  The little girl yelled back at the Mom at the top of her lungs "I WANT JUNK FOOD", and simultaneously, ripped a small bag of what looked like potato chips out of the stroller child's tiny hands.  Mom looked quite pained and now had to deal with a stubborn child, and a crying toddler.

This little six year old was already having junk food cravings and literally called them that despite Mom's best efforts to have her eat healthy.  And she was even moved to a bit of violence against her sibling to get the junk food she wanted.  That's positively scary.

Now I don't know whether this effort to change the kid over to a granola bar was a new thing or not, but I think when it comes to having kids eat healthy, it's got to start at a very early age.  Here are some tips for doing just that:

1.  Parents must set a great example themselves--if they eat junk food all the time in front of the kids, you can't exactly expect the kids to not mimic that. 

I hate to say it, but I have some pretty strong memories as a kid myself of my parents eating some very unhealthy things in large portions, and I used to copy it when I could.  In fact, I thought it was something grown ups did, and I thought it would be rite of passage to be able to do the same as an adult.  Instead it was something that took me years to unlearn.

2.  Call the healthier version of what you want the kid to eat the same name as the not so healthy food--a perfectly acceptable white lie. 

I did it with my young niece when she was a baby and was getting addicted to Cheetos as soon as she could chew.  I gave her Robert's American Gourmet Pirate Booty (which I was addicted to and still am), and called it a Cheeto (no offense to Pirate Booty) and she loved this much healthier version of the same cheese puff snack and was none the wiser.  In fairness, we didn't have Baked Cheetos back then like we do today, or I could have given her those at least instead.

When I lived in Southern California, I noticed Moms in the local Golden Spoon frozen yogurt chain would tell the kids to pick out their "ice cream".  Did they know any different with the great tasting treat before them?

Maybe if the Mom in the scene I witnessed called the granola bar a candy bar she would have avoided a war.

3.  Pick out fun finger foods that are also healthy or healthier ones.  A bag of baby carrots.  Dinosaur-shaped healthy Ian's chicken nuggets.  Healthy cereals like Cheerios.  A whole grain mini bagel. 

If it looks fun to eat, they don't have to know it's healthy--only you do.  They can appreciate you for helping them to grow up healthy and adopt healthy eating habits from a young age when they are old enough to appreciate your genius.

And now I'd like to invite you to learn the secrets of how it is deliciously possible to achieve healthy eating and weight loss without giving up ANY of your favorite comfort foods, by getting free access to two chapters from my book "Have Your Cheeseburger And Keep Your Health Too!" You can download them for free by going to http://www.healthyeatingcoach.com/bookexcerpt.html

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Healthy Eating Flexitarian Style Is A Way To Go Green

Hi All,

I've always thought about having a mostly meatless, flexitarian style of eating from a health perspective, but a health news story tonight on Yahoo made me think of healthy eating a whole new way. 

Apparently, giving up, or at least substantially reducing your meat intake, is eco-friendly since according to a study from Germany, meat eaters' diets are responsible for nearly twice the emissions of those who eat vegetarian diets.  Don't you just love how when the media hops on a trend, it finds a way to use it in every news story possible?

Seriously though, a vegan can save the planet even further because by giving up meat and dairy, emissions are reduced by seven times, and if you were really virtuous, and were an organic-only vegan, you'd slash emissions by a factor of 17 times.

Now I am not suggesting that you go ultra-restrictive on your diet to save the planet, because as you know, I believe in healthy eating without giving up any of your favorite comfort foods.  It's important to go green for the environment, but even more important is adopting healthy eating habits to save yourself and be there for all the ones you love, and then you'll be on hand to make the world a better place.

Here's the original Yahoo story:  http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20080826/sc_afp/lifestylegermanyclimateagriculture

Let me know what you think, feel free to chime in and leave a comment.

And now I'd like to invite you to learn the secrets of how it is deliciously possible to achieve healthy eating and weight loss without giving up ANY of your favorite comfort foods by getting free access to two chapters from my book Have Your Cheeseburger And Keep Your Health Too!  Download them for free here:  http://www.HealthyEatingCoach.com/BookExcerpt.html

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