Kickin’ the Coronavirus with LCCC trainers – Nutrition

Kickin’ the Coronavirus with LCCC trainers – Nutrition

Hi everybody. Kathryn again from Lorain County Community College fitness center. Welcome back. A little bit different format today. We’re starting off, we’re kickin’ the coronavirus with LCCC personal trainers and we’re I’m gonna kind of just go over a little bit of the format today in the beginning, demonstrate a little bit of the […]

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The Importance of Reading Nutrition Facts Labels

many people think that granola is the best health food on earth but really it’s not because it has a lot of added sugar in it but it does have oats but the best way to get oats is to just eat oatmeal on its own without all the added sugar okay now we have […]

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IS SOY HEALTHY? NUTRITION Q&A WITH A REGISTERED DIETITIAN

hi everyone welcome to tasting to thrive my name is Lauren and I’m a plant based registered dietitian with a Masters of Public Health in nutrition and dietetics I asked you on Instagram to share with me your most common nutrition questions and today I will be answering them for you if you have any […]

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10 Fast Food Chains OVERUSING Beef Antibiotics

one way fast food chains cut costs and boost productivity is by using meat that has been pumped full of antibiotics several us governing bodies monitor the fast-food restaurants on their use of and policies regarding antibiotics and animals with the reports the restaurants get graded on a high school basis a is good and […]

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Nutritional recommendations for MTR and MTRR polymorphisms.

Nutritional recommendations for MTR and MTRR polymorphisms.

Miles Nichols says, “Do you have any info on MTR and MTRR polymorphisms? Are these clinically relevant? Do they warrant methylcobalamin supplementation or injections? Are there other considerations like glycine, choline and creatine that are important in the cases of MTR and MTRR mutations?” Okay, Miles, let me stop and give a little bit of […]

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Who Feeds Singapore’s Athletes?

Who Feeds Singapore’s Athletes?

Parimala: We have a lot of athletes. She’s one of them who doesn’t like vegetables right, Syahidah? Syahidah: I have to tell myself I have to eat it because it’s good for me. P: Yes, it’s good for you! Basically, my role is to take care of the high performance sports. So Syahidah here is […]

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A Dietitian Explains the Low FODMAP Diet | You Versus Food | Well+Good

A Dietitian Explains the Low FODMAP Diet | You Versus Food | Well+Good

(upbeat music) – Hi, I’m Tracy Lockwood Beckerman. I’m a registered dietitian in New York City, and it’s my job to help you figure out what to eat and why. On this episode of You Versus Food, we’re tackling a much discussed topic in the world of grumpy guts, the FODMAP diet. Today, I’m going […]

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Improving Nutrition | Dr. Sal AbiEzzi, M.D.

Improving Nutrition | Dr. Sal AbiEzzi, M.D.

The biggest problem we’re facing in our world today is obviously obesity. And the reason we get overweight or obese, which is 70% of people on the planet today are overweight or obese. So huge problem. And it’s because we eat calories tend to be very dense, and not very rich nutrient supplies give you […]

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