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Nutrition Tips for Healthy Living : Healthy Snacks & Quick Meals

Do you find yourself running from meetings to meetings to next meetings and no time to eat? You’re not alone, but I’m here to help. I’m Isabelle Simon, your personal and workplace wellness consultant, and today we’re going to learn some easy tricks on how to eat healthy while you’re on the go. A little…


3 Popular Nuts With Healthy Snack Ideas for Your Heart Health

Hi! I’m robo-Suzie and today I’ll talk to you about 3 Popular Nuts With Healthy Snack Ideas for Your Heart Health. Also don’t forget to subscribe for more tips in the future! But back to our topic. Cholesterol level is an indicator of heart disease risk. I will present the healthy snack ideas for heart…


Promoting Health and Preventing Disease with Optimal Nutrition

Over the last two centuries, extraordinary progress in medicine, hygiene and technology gave us the gift of living much longer lives than our ancestors. But as things are right now, unfortunately, for many of us, and the people who care for us, living a longer life is less of a gift and more of a…


Should We All Take Aspirin to Prevent Heart Disease?

“Should We All Take Aspirin to Prevent Heart Disease?” Salicylic acid, the active ingredient in aspirin, has been used for thousands of years as an anti-inflammatory pain killer in the form of willow tree bark extract, which Hippocrates used to treat fever and to alleviate pain during childbirth. It became trademarked as a drug in…


Food Label Smarts

– [Narrator] Learning how to read and understand food labels can help you make healthier choices. Here is the current and new nutrition label. The serving information tells the size of a single serving and the total number of servings per container or package. It’s important to pay attention to the calories per serving and…


Plant vs. Cow Calcium

“Plant vs. Cow Calcium” So we’ve gone over the overall healthfulness of eggs and meat. What about dairy? Overall—harmful, harmless, or helpful? Overall—harmful. The #1 source of calcium in the American diet is dairy products. The #1 source of artery-clogging saturated fat is also dairy products; one of the top allergens in the U.S. food…


How to Understand Food Labels and Nutrition & Health Claims: 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…


Kidz Explain — EPISODE 3 “Nutrition”

– [Voiceover] Why do we need to eat vegetables? – Eating healthy is very important to your body. It helps you grow. It helps you be strong. – Broccoli’s healthy for you, a lots healthy, and you should have broccoli all day long. – Vegetables and fruits, have nutrients your body needs. Carrots have potassium…


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…


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…