Tag: foods

The Best Bean

“The Best Bean” Don’t get too cocky, though. There are many other magic beans out there. Chickpeas, split peas, lentils, kidney beans, and yellow split peas. This is what the graph looks like. Two of those in that list belong in the same antioxidant-packed class as black and pinto beans, but there are three (relative)…


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 Get Enough Niacin From Food | Chris Masterjohn Lite #137

Here’s how to get enough niacin from food. Hi, I’m Dr. Chris Masterjohn of chrismasterjohnphd.com. And this is Chris Masterjohn Lite, where the name of the game is “Details? Shmeetails. Just tell me what works!” And today we’re going to talk about getting niacin from food. So, the first question is how much do we…


Everything You Need to Know About Iodine

Well, hi, everybody. I’m Dr. Group with Global Healing Center. And tonight, I appreciate you guys coming on and listening to this webinar. We are going to talk about one of my favorite minerals, which is iodine. All the stuff that I talk about as far as detoxifying your body, keeping your body clean, which…


5 – Micro & Macro Nutrition: with Joel Fuhrman, MD

Nutrient density is the first fundamental principle of a nutritarian diet. When I say nutrient density, I’m talking about the ratio of micronutrients to calories in a certain food or in the diet as a whole. Macronutrients are called macro because they’re the nutrients the human body needs in large quantities. Water is, is one…


How to Read a Nutrition Facts Label & Ingredients List: Cardiac College

Reading a food label can sometimes be confusing to read. What should I be looking at? What does this mean for my health? Use the food label to make informed food choices. The food label can provide nutrition information like the Nutrition Facts Panel, Ingredient List and Nutrition &/or Health Claims. Almost all prepackaged foods…


The Healthiest Sweetener

“The Healthiest Sweetener” Now there are sweeteners that do have some nutrition. This new article in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association measured the antioxidant content of a whole list. Which is healthier? In alphabetical order: agave nectar, blackstrap molasses, brown rice syrup, corn syrup, date sugar, dark brown sugar, light brown sugar, maple…


How to Read a Nutrition Facts Label & Ingredients List: Cardiac College

Reading a food label can sometimes be confusing to read. What should I be looking at? What does this mean for my health? Use the food label to make informed food choices. The food label can provide nutrition information like the Nutrition Facts Panel, Ingredient List and Nutrition &/or Health Claims. Almost all prepackaged foods…


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?…