Fundamentals of Human Nutrition and Metabolism – Online short course

Fundamentals of Human Nutrition and Metabolism – Online short course

The course is Fundamentals of Human Nutrition and Metabolism and it gives a basic knowledge of biochemistry and physiology involved in human nutrition, and it will give you a foundation to enable you to understand how the food we eat affects the human body. The course is for anyone who’s got an interest in learning […]

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The Ultra Cycle Diaries – Nutrition

The Ultra Cycle Diaries –  Nutrition

The crucial component of staying competitive in Ultra Race is staying fuelled. The distances that we ride aren’t really compatible with regular feeding. So we have to eat regularly on the bike. That will include having a bag of nuts, or a bag of Haribo sweets, or Nutrigrain bars for example. These are all the […]

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Metabolism & Nutrition, Part 1: Crash Course A&P #36

Metabolism & Nutrition, Part 1: Crash Course A&P #36

I weigh about 80 kilograms. Most of that, let’s say 64 percent, is water — though you can’t tell by looking. I mean, as organisms go, I like to think that I look fairly solid. After water, the next largest proportion of me is protein, about 16% — not just in my muscles, but also […]

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Corn Fiber – How Food Companies Overstuff Fiber Into Keto Products

Corn Fiber – How Food Companies Overstuff Fiber Into Keto Products

People have been doing the low-carb thing (and bragging about it on the internet) for a long time. So when the ketogenic diet became a thing in recent years, the market responded by offering a bunch of products that claimed they had the same thing: low net carbs. One of the ways food scientist can […]

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SCAVENGERS or HERBIVORES? Human Diet Explained – Dr. Milton Mills

SCAVENGERS or HERBIVORES? Human Diet Explained – Dr. Milton Mills

I’ve spoken to many of the top names in plant-based medicine but I’ve never shared an interview quite like this one if she got her life back you can’t put that into words this video seized of the Milton Mills of what the health Fame as a form of us who finds racism oh you […]

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Exercise vs Diet

Exercise vs Diet

Trying to lose weight can be difficult, and while we all know a good combination of exercise and diet is essential, which one is more important? If you had to choose, should you be hitting the gym, or eating salads? There are many ways you can burn a few hundred calories; running for 20 minutes, […]

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CARTA: The Role of Hunting in Anthropogeny – Margaret Schoeninger Alyssa Crittenden Richard Wrangham

CARTA: The Role of Hunting in Anthropogeny – Margaret Schoeninger Alyssa Crittenden Richard Wrangham

– [Narrator] We are the paradoxical ape. Bipedal, naked, large brained, long the master of fire, tools, and language, but still trying to understand ourselves. Aware that death is inevitable. Yet filled with optimism. We grow up slowly. We hand down knowledge. We empathize and deceive. We shape the future from our shared understanding of […]

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Dr. Benjamin Bikman – ‘Insulin vs. Ketones – The Battle for Brown Fat’

Dr. Benjamin Bikman – ‘Insulin vs. Ketones – The Battle for Brown Fat’

good morning I am delighted to be here rod Jeff thank you so much for the opportunity for the invitation to participate in the meeting and to speak this is a new type of meeting for me I normally at the purely academic meetings and I don’t mean that as an insult this has been […]

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Dr. Benjamin Bikman – ‘Insulin vs. Glucagon: The relevance of dietary protein’

Dr. Benjamin Bikman – ‘Insulin vs. Glucagon: The relevance of dietary protein’

Thanks, Eric, thanks for the introduction. Yeah, I’m an insulin-mitochondria guy so what am I if half of this conversation in insulin yes, I can talk about glucagon will be the new character here. Before I get going though, Jeff and Rod, thank you so much for the invitation. I am delighted to be here […]

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