Tag: absorption

Take Vitamin D Supplements with Meals


Diet Tips from a Psychiatrist: Reconsider Supplements and Eat Real Food | Drew Ramsey

A lot of people like to talk about multivitamins and how they’re an insurance policy. And it’s always confused me as a doctor. Do you really think there’s an insurance policy for not eating well or not exercising or moving your body or not living in a compassionate and peaceful way? There’s no insurance policy…


What is nutrition?

Hi, this is Neily on Nutrition. Thanks for tuning into my continuing series during National Nutrition Month. Today I want to talk about: What is Nutrition. I’ve been adjunct faculty for nearly twenty years at a community college teaching principles of nutrition. And I think sometimes my students register for my class thinking “oh nutrition,…


Class 7: Science (Chapter 2: Nutrition in Animals)

Created By: Shruti Jain


Raw vs. Cooked Broccoli

“Raw vs. Cooked Broccoli” Are nuts healthier raw or roasted, though? What happens to all the goodness in vegetables when you cook them? Well, a tell-all paper was published earlier this year. You tell me: which is healthier, raw broccoli or fried broccoli? Thought I’d start out with an easy one. Who says raw broccoli?…


Omnivore vs. Vegan Nutrient Deficiencies

“Omnivore vs. Vegan Nutrient Deficiencies” There is some bad news, though, for those trying to eat healthy. Dietary intake studies have shown that vegans, on average, are not getting the recommended daily intake of three nutrients: calcium, iodine, and vitamin B12. Using the same criteria, though, omnivores are deficient in seven nutrients: calcium, iodine, and…