Tag: eating

Nutrition Myths – Huel Nutrition

today we’re going to tackle some common nutrition myths my colleagues here at Yule HQ have come up with some nutrition myths that they’ve commonly heard and they’ve written them down they’re on on these cards here and I haven’t read them before so I’m just going to read them out and then talk about…


Are Vegetarians at Risk for Eating Disorders?

“Are Vegetarians at Risk for Eating Disorders?” At the turn of the century, if you would have asked teens why they chose to eat vegetarian, most might say they do it because they don’t want to kill animals, followed by wanting to eat a healthier diet. More recently, “to help the environment” became a leading…


How to Read Food Labels for Healthy Eating : Saturated Fat on Food Labels

Hi. My name is Brenda Thompson, registered dietitian and owner of Life Skills Nutrition. In this segment, I’m going to talk about fat, saturated fat and transfat. To find those nutrients in your foods, to find out how much of that nutrient is in your food, you want to look at the nutrition fact sheet….


Dog Food & Nutrition : Checking Dog Food Labels for Nutritional Value

Take the dog food ingredient label yourself. As I mentioned earlier, I like customers to go home, cut the label off of their dry dog food and actually see what they’re feeding their dog. Many dog foods are comprised of a lot of non natural preservatives which instill color, texture and flavor. As I also…


Reading Nutrition Facts Labels

[MUSIC] Many people are confused by the nutrition labels they see on packaged foods in the supermarket. Before we talk about some simple tips for reading those labels, it’s important to remember that some of the healthiest foods in the store, like fresh fruits and vegetables, or a filet of fish. These foods don’t need…


How To Fuel For Cycling | Bike Ride Nutrition Explained

– Nutrition and training go together however if you have one without the other, you’re not going to get the desire effects and ultimately, you’re not going to get fitter, stronger, and faster. After all, we are all aspiring to be better and more well-rounded cyclists. (playful electronic music) Right, let’s start off with a…


How sugar affects the brain – Nicole Avena

Picture warm, gooey cookies, crunchy candies, velvety cakes, waffle cones piled high with ice cream. Is your mouth watering? Are you craving dessert? Why? What happens in the brain that makes sugary foods so hard to resist? Sugar is a general term used to describe a class of molecules called carbohydrates, and it’s found in…


#12.6 Special Considerations: Nutrition for Seniors (6 of 6)

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Fundamentals of Nutrients and the History of Nutrition

[MUSIC] In order to survive, the human organism needs to take in oxygen, water, and food. We can survive only about three minutes without air, three days without water, and three weeks without food. Because food is so important to our survival, it’s been studied extensively. And since 1827 when a British physician by the…


KYANI SUNRISE – A COMPLETE NUTRITIONAL SPECTRUM

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