Sodium Reduction: Time for Choice

Sodium Reduction: Time for Choice

>>>GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYBODY, IT’S 1:00, WELCOME TO THE CDC PUBLIC HEALTH GRAND ROUNDS. TODAY WE ARE TALKING ABOUT SALT OR AS OUR SPEAKERS ARE GOING TO EDUCATE US, SODIUM IN PARTICULAR. NOW AS YOU WILL SEE AND HEAR, IT SEEMS WE ARE DRENCHED IN SALT NO MATTER HOW YOU TAKE IT. BUT I WANT YOU […]

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Do We Need Carbs To Survive? Brain And Heart Function

Do we need carbs to survive? Coming right up. I am Dr. Ekberg with Wellness For Life and if you’d like to truly master health by understanding how the body really works make sure that you subscribe and hit that notification bell so that you don’t miss anything one of the most common questions that […]

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We Tried To Gain 2 Pounds By Eating A 2 Pound Burrito

We Tried To Gain 2 Pounds By Eating A 2 Pound Burrito

– Hi, I’m Ella and I’ve always wondered where does food go? Like if I ate, I don’t know, a two pound burrito, would I gain two pounds? I tried to Google it and I couldn’t find any answers. So we got an actual two pound burrito here and I’m gonna eat it and we’re […]

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Talking about Weight: Extra helpings – Ep 2. Part of the ‘Food as Medicine’ online course series

Talking about Weight: Extra helpings – Ep 2. Part of the ‘Food as Medicine’ online course series

hi we’re here to talk about some of the common questions that we see in practice and research when it comes to talking about weight with patients or clients so Helen one of the real topical discussions that has had I guess in practice with health professionals but also online is around really restrictive or […]

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How Low Carb Diets Reduce Body Fat

How Low Carb Diets Reduce Body Fat

Low carbohydrate diets successfully reduce body fat by controlling the hormone insulin. Insulin is the body’s primary storage hormone and therefore prevents fat stored in our bodies for being used as fuel. What controls our insulin levels? The amount of carbohydrates such as grains, starches and sugars we eat regulate the secretion of insulin by […]

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Mike Gibney | Authors at Google

Mike Gibney | Authors at Google

MALE SPEAKER: Professor Gibney, he’s an expert on human nutrition. He served on several EU and United Nations health committees. He’s been a professor at Trinity College and at UCD. That’s interesting politics, both sides of the fence. He’s currently the Director of the UCD Institute of Food and Health. And actually, one of his […]

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Let’s talk about LOSING WEIGHT | Dr. Olivia Joseph

Let’s talk about LOSING WEIGHT | Dr. Olivia Joseph

Hi Periscopers, Dr. Olivia Joseph here. I am gonna make this a really fast scope for my standards. Because I have just had a very very busy day here, with patients and I will say the one thing the patients get them, or patients in general get the most frustrated with, is when they can’t […]

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Eating More to lose weight ! why? | Dr.Michael Greger

Eating More to lose weight ! why? | Dr.Michael Greger

“Eating More to Weigh Less” What happens if you have people add fruit to their regular diet? Three apples or three pears a day as snacks between meals on top of whatever else they were eating. Fruit is low in calories, but not zero, so if you add food to people’s diets, even healthy foods […]

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Fiona Godlee: Panel discussion on “Low carb high fat diets: Public controversies and opportunities”

Fiona Godlee: Panel discussion on “Low carb high fat diets: Public controversies and opportunities”

We’ve been given a very non-controversial topic of low carb, high fat diets. Because you’ve heard from four of our panel, I’m going to give Sarah, who you haven’t yet met, a first chance to introduce herself and to give us five minutes, Sarah, on your pitch, and then I’m going to ask each of […]

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A Proper Diet Is Critical For Good Health Says Dr. Angela Agrios, ND

A Proper Diet Is Critical For Good Health Says Dr. Angela Agrios, ND

So we live in a world that’s pretty fast, and so most of us are looking for foods that we can grab on the go. Unfortunately, most of those foods are really processed and refined, and even though they have a long shelf life and can stick around – they’re just easy to grab – […]

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