January 2010


JANUARY Features

Alicia Silverstone: Savoring the Vegan Life
Embracing a plant-based “kind” diet, this activist star of stage and
screen is energized and at her happiest.

Mythbusters
Fiction and health make good bedfellows in novels only. So we’ve recruited medical
experts to tackle some fables about wellness that endure in the real world.

Nutrition Labels Demystified
In a world where ads lure you to eat all the wrong things, the Nutrition Facts panel can
help you make smart choices—if you know how to use it.

Overcoming Nutritional Deficiencies
Many people suffer from low-level shortages of critical nutrients and don’t even know it.
Are you one of them?

 

JANUARY DEPARTMENTS

ET Mail
A reader asks for help with headaches.

Wellness Watch
The Amish can teach the rest of us a thing or two about healthy living.

Washington Update
The government tightens the rules regarding ad testimonials—and goes too far.

Earth Matters
Learn the secrets of shiitake cultivation.

Holistic Healing
Prevention versus treatment: The crucial healthcare debate we aren’t having.

Malady Makeover
Falls can be catastrophic. But there are ways to avoid them.

Cooking Corner
Almond flour: healthy, tasty and gluten-free.

Natural Market
Mood lighting, redefined.

Supplement Savvy
Why coming up short on vitamin B12 can leave you with that washed-out feeling.

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