Is it true that we can’t absorb more than 1.5 grams of creatine at one time?

Is it true that we can’t absorb more than 1.5 grams of creatine at one time?

Heather Chandler says, “Is it true that we can’t absorb more than 1.5 grams of creatine at one time?” I don’t think that’s true. From what I looked at, it looked like the absorption of creatine was really, really good. I don’t know if someone was arguing maybe that we don’t retain more than that. […]

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Intro to Nutrition #43: WEIGHT LOSS TIPS! High Carb Diet Leads to Type 2 Diabetes? NUTRITION FACTS!!

Intro to Nutrition #43: WEIGHT LOSS TIPS! High Carb Diet Leads to Type 2 Diabetes? NUTRITION FACTS!!

Very high-carbohydrate diets can, if used long term, lead to higher body fat percentages, chronically high insulin levels, and even poor insulin sensitivity if high-sugar, high-starch, high-glycemic index foods are consumed. Thus, very high-carbohydrate diets followed for long periods of time are not ideal when trying to look, feel, and perform better. However, during certain […]

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Reading Food Labels | Cincinnati Children’s

Reading Food Labels | Cincinnati Children’s

a food label tells you the nutritional content of your food and can help you make decisions about which foods and drinks to buy at the store you will find a nutrition facts panel on most packaged foods and drinks when reading a food label start by looking at the serving size located here on […]

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How To Use Nutrition To Enhance Your Cycling

How To Use Nutrition To Enhance Your Cycling

(upbeat energetic music) – Nutrition plays a vital role in better training strategy, and what you eat has a direct impact on your performance. Cool, Hanks on a good day. – We’ve all heard of the infamous bonk and its unwanted effects of running out of energy too soon into a ride. – So hopefully, […]

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Cycling Nutrition Myths Busted | Bad Sport Dieting Advice To Avoid

Cycling Nutrition Myths Busted | Bad Sport Dieting Advice To Avoid

– Nutritional advice can be a minefield. We’re going to help steer you carefully through some of the most popular and some of the worst advice that we’ve heard over the years. (upbeat music) Fasted is faster. There is a lot of hot debate out there on the internet about training in a faster state […]

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Pre-Ride Nutrition | Emma’s Carrot Cake Porridge

Pre-Ride Nutrition | Emma’s Carrot Cake Porridge

(guitar music) (knife chopping) (sizzling) – How would you like to make porridge that tastes like cake? Yep, this is the next in the series of nutritional videos of oat cuisine, based on oats. This is gonna be carrot cake porridge, yum. (relaxing music) This recipe is super simple and easy to make. You need […]

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How the food you eat affects your brain – Mia Nacamulli

How the food you eat affects your brain – Mia Nacamulli

Your Brain on Food If you sucked all of the moisture out of your brain and broke it down to its constituent nutritional content, what would it look like? Most of the weight of your dehydrated brain would come from fats, also known as lipids. In the remaining brain matter, you would find proteins and […]

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Pre Ride Nutrition: Vegan Porridge & Rice Pudding Anyone Can Make

Pre Ride Nutrition: Vegan Porridge & Rice Pudding Anyone Can Make

(whooshing) – Pre Ride meals all mean different things to different people depending on what time you actually get out and sit in the saddle. So World Tour nutritionist Nigel Mitchell is going to show us two recipes today. One is the perfect pre ride breakfast and the second is a pre ride meal suitable […]

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The dangers of processed foods

The dangers of processed foods

(click) ~Music Plays~ It is not easy being a superhero. So many people are in danger. Educating people about choosing the right foods is an ongoing struggle. If only the professor could reach more of those in need and educate the masses about the dangers of carbohydrates, but it’s not only his fight. This battle […]

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Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer Survivorship | T. Colin Campbell, PhD (2007)

Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer Survivorship | T. Colin Campbell, PhD (2007)

8:30, First speaker is minimizing prostate cancer through diet. T. Colin Campbell, who is emeritus professor of nutritional science at Cornell University in Ithaca. Dr. Campbell is the author of “The China Study: Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, and Long-Term Health.” His principal scientific interests, which begins with his graduate training in the late […]

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