The London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 Trends You'll See Everyone Soon
As the shows in Great Britain come to a close, TZR compiles the London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 trends everyone's talking about.As this season’s series of shows in Great Britain come to a close, it’s hard to believe that less than two weeks ago there were doubts of them happening at all. In the unexpected wake of Queen Elizabeth II’s death there was talk of shutting the whole situation down but, while many brands did cancel and reschedule, the rest rallied together last minute to plan a respectful way to still share their latest and greatest work.
The obesity epidemic shows no signs of slowing down. A recent 2022 State of Obesity Report found that 19 states now have obesity rates topping 35 percent and that 4 in 10 U.S. adults are obese. If your weight has been a struggle, it's not all your fault. Our food supply plays a big role. The report details how easy access to affordable, low-quality "junk" food and soda make it hard to control your weight.
While no single food or beverage is responsible for your weight, obesity researchers have identified foods and beverages that are consistently linked to weight gain. Generally, these foods tend to be highly palatable (aka, delicious), ultra-processed, and rapidly digestible because they often lack fiber and protein. And, most importantly, they are all calorie-rich, making it hard to stick to your overall daily calorie goals.
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Some common examples of ultra-processed culprits that experts cite are sugar-sweetened beverages, deli meats and shelf-stable meat snacks, potato and other fried salty snacks, French fries, ice cream, and donuts.
Not only do these nutrient-poor calorie bombs up your risk for weight gain, research that was recently published in JAMA Neurology reported that in a study of more than 10,000 adults, those who ate 20% or more of their daily calories come from ultra-processed foods had increased risk for cognitive decline. What's more, the average American is getting more than half of their daily calories from lower-quality processed foods.
With all of this information in mind, let's take a closer look at some of the foods and beverages you'll want to avoid in order to lose weight in 2023.
Weight Watchers Zero Point Foods
Weight Watchers Zero Point Foods are the key to success on WW plans. The new system has made some changes, don't miss out on these details.Weight Watchers is a popular weight loss program that focuses on portion control and healthy eating. One of the key features of the program is the use of “zero point” foods.
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If you like deli meat, bacon and sausage, shelf-stable meat sticks, and other processed animal-based products, you may want to reconsider how much you're consuming. One study published in BMC Research Notes found that processed meat intake was directly correlated with increases in belly fat and central obesity. Central obesity is defined as having a BMI over 30 kg/m2, as well as a waistline measurement of at least 40 inches for men and 34.5 inches for women.
Subjects who reported eating the most processed meats experienced a 22% increase in risk for central obesity compared to subjects who ate the least amount of processed meats. If weight is a concern for you this year, you may want to limit your processed meat and poultry consumption and opt for fresher, leaner cuts of meat and poultry to help you stick to the recommended daily limit for calories, saturated fat, and sodium.
15 Weight Watchers Friendly Pumpkin Pie Recipes
Weight Watchers pumpkin pie recipes are a great way to enjoy your favorites while sticking to your healthy eating plan. These recipes are all lightened up and ready to be enjoyed on WW plans. Pumpkin is a vegetable, therefore it is a food you should eat all year long not just during pumpkin season. You can freeze pumpkin and enjoy it all year long. Since the Weight Watchers program is so flexible you can even enjoy pumpkin pie recipes all year long! Anytime you get the craving for a pumpkin pie, we have got you covered with all of these great choices.
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Fried potato foods
A meta-analysis published in the New England Journal of Medicine reported that one study with more than 120,000 middle-aged women found that potato chips (and other processed potato products) were highly correlated with weight gain.
Another study that was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that individuals who reported eating fried potato foods (i.e. French fries and potato chips) were at an increased risk for diabetes, other co-morbidities, and even premature death, compared to those who reported eating fewer potato-based foods and fried potato products.
French fries and potato chips pack in more calories per serving that most other foods. Consider that a medium order of McDonald's fries has 320 calories and about 20% of the fat you need in a day. The researchers also identified that other more natural, nutrient-rich foods were associated with less weight gain over time. These foods included fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and yogurt.
Sneaker Trends Of 2023: The Top 5 Styles To Have On Your Radar Now
TZR chats with the experts on the biggest sneaker trends of 2023 — see and shop their picks ahead.In recent years, it seems that every season has a specific sneaker moment, be it by way of a new design on the runway, or a retro silhouette taking off amongst street style stars. But while a pair of It kicks certainly captures the cultural moment, you can’t go wrong with wearing most trainers. Athletic shoes are comfortable, versatile, and inherently cool — all qualities the the sneaker trends of 2023 fully reflect.
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Let's face it, sometimes you need something a little sweet and nothing satisfies like a soft, chewy donut. While you can always stop by a donut shop, many fast-food and fast-casual restaurants also carry these round, sugary treats. Whether you're craving a pastry with your coffee or you want a bit of sugar to go with your lunch, there are a few donuts and pastries that are best left at the store.
From the top national donut shops to the fast-food counter, here are the 8 unhealthiest donuts and pastries you should rethink any time of day. And when it's time for lunch, make healthier choices by avoiding the 8 Worst Fast-Food Burgers Right Now.
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You might think having one donut won't derail your diet, but these office meeting treats are more harmful for your waistline than you may believe. Donuts are rich in refined, low-fiber flour and added sugar, and they are fried, making them extremely high in calories.
The worst part of a morning donut may be that the foods you eat for breakfast help set your appetite and hunger hormones for the entire day. A donut and coffee may trigger cravings for other refined carbs and high-calorie foods well into the afternoon. On the other hand, a protein-based breakfast can keep hunger and appetite in check, boost metabolism, conquer cravings, and help build and maintain muscle mass that helps blast belly fat.
Dietician Shares 12 Foods You Can Eat A Lot Of Without Getting Fat
Kim Yawitz, RD, is a registered dietitian and gym owner in St. Louis, Mo. In addition to coaching fitness and nutrition clients one-on-one and in small groups, Kim also shares her expertise with national media outlets. She enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time with her family. I’m a weight loss dietitian, but I’m also human. If I could eat all the cheeseburgers and fries I wanted without compromising my health and body weight goals, I’d do it. But life doesn’t work that way. The reality is, weight loss (and weight maintenance) involves tradeoffs.
Eggs, low-fat yogurt, and cottage cheese are great high-protein morning options to enjoy. In fact, one study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that when women doubled their daily protein intake from 15 to 30% of their daily calories, it led to more sustained weight loss.
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Ice cream is often on the list of most "addictive" foods. Studies show that the creamy frozen treat lights up the feel-good areas of your brain, making it the ultimate comfort food. What's more, frequently eating ice cream causes you to crave more in order to get the same level of satisfaction. The combination of sugar and fat in ice cream is what makes it so delicious and crave-worthy.
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While sugary drinks are a beverage and not a food, plenty of research reveals that drinking sugar-sweetened beverages like soda or energy drinks can increase your odds of gaining weight. A recent study in Nature Reviews Endocrinology cites a robust body of evidence pointing to sugary beverages being linked to weight gain, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and some types of cancer. In the United States, sugar-sweetened beverages are the number one source of added sugar in the typical diet.
They are nothing more than flavored sugar water and don't provide any satiety. The calories are rapidly absorbed and can lead to spikes in blood sugar and insulin. In a comprehensive review, researchers reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that for every per-serving daily increase of a sugar-sweetened beverage that adults enjoyed, it equaled about a half-pound increase in weight over a one-year period.
One study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that women who increased their intake of soft drinks from less than one per week to more than one per day added 358 calories to their daily diet and gained about 10 pounds over the four-year study. On the other hand, women who cut back on their soft drink consumption reduced their daily calories by about 319 per day and gained less weight than the soft drink sippers.
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Nutritionist Natalie Olsen said that foods with anti-inflammatory properties like salmon can help reduce inflammation associated with season change.Popular dieting strategies that promise fast weight loss results could leave you feeling frustrated and deprived instead, said Jaclyn London, registered dietitian and author of Dressing on the Side (and Other Diet Myths Debunked): 11 Science-Based Ways to Eat More, Stress Less, and Feel Great About Your Body.