Tag: medicine

MSc Human Nutrition – The Students’ View

I studied anatomy and physiology and then decided that I’d like to do a masters So, I really liked the nutrition side of physiology, so I looked for a nutrition masters and that’s how I’ve ended up in Aberdeen. When I saw that the Rowett Institute is one of the leading institutes of nutrition in…


Food for Thought: Nutrition and Brain Health

Hey everyone! so I recently did a presentation for Andrea Nakayama’s holistic nutrition lab and it was such a great experience. Near the end of it I got a question I often get when presenting about recovery “why is it that you, a brain injury survivor, are so interested in nutrition?” Here are three major…


7 Keys to Balance Hormones & Manage Menopause

Dr. Axe: Hey guys, Dr. Josh Axe and Jordan Rubin here. Welcome to Ancient Medicine Today. We’ve got a great episode. We’re going to talking about how to balance hormones naturally especially for women. We may touch on men as well Jordan, but I know we’re going to be getting into helping menopause, hot flashes,…


Navjoyt Ladher: Panel discussion on “Food politics and policy”

So this is a potentially very juicy discussion on food politics and policy which we’re gonna dive straight into. It’s a huge, huge topic. As you’ve heard it encompasses … Everyone’s still arriving … It encompasses food systems which is an extremely complex area, covering health, food production, economics, trade, schools, employment, urban planning, social…


Turmeric: A Hope for Stroke Patients

[MUSIC PLAYING] LESLIE RITTER; During ischemic stroke when a blood vessel is blocked, the tissue downstream of the blockage actually is affected, causing injury and death to just a portion of the brain. NARRATOR: Leslie Ritter, Professor at the Arizona Health Sciences Center and Coordinator for the Stroke Center At University Medical Center, wants to…


Tackling diabetes with a bold new dietary approach: Neal Barnard at TEDxFremont

Translator: Giedrė Kasparaitytė Reviewer: Denise RQ Today, I’d like to talk about turning around an epidemic. One hundred million Americans right now do have either diabetes or pre-diabetes, and that puts them at risk for amputations, for heart disease, for blindness. and we’re exporting this epidemic overseas. The word “epidemic” comes from Old Greek: ‘epi’…


8 Dangerous Nutritional Deficiencies in Women

Dr. Axe: Hey, guys. Dr. Josh Axe here along with Jordan Rubin. Welcome to “Ancient Nutrition Today.” Today, we’re going to be talking about a topic that is really going to help you females out there. We’re going to be covering the eight dangerous nutritional deficiencies that can cause a lot of female health issues….


Nutrition in Neuroscience Part 2 | Mastering Nutrition #54

This is Dr. Chris Masterjohn of chrismasterjohnphd.com, and you’re listening to Episode 54 of Mastering Nutrition, where we now delve into Part 2 of Nutrition in Neuroscience. This is Mastering Nutrition with Chris Masterjohn. Take control of your health, master the science, and apply it like a pro. Are you ready? Welcome back everybody. This…


Joel Cohen: An Introduction to Demography (Malthus Miffed: Are People the Problem?)


My name is Joel Cohen I’m Professor of Populations at the Rockefeller University and at Columbia University in New York City.   My background is partially in public health and partially in applied mathematics. WHY SHOULD YOU STUDY DEMOGRAPHY? Why should you consider taking a course in demography in college? 

You will be growing up…


Ashwagandha: The Complete Herbal Guide

Hey, guys, Dr. Axe here, doctor of natural medicine and founder of draxe.com. In this video, I’m going to be training you on the many benefits of ashwagandha and how you can use it to improve your adrenal health, thyroid health, brain health, and a whole lot more. And I’ll tell you what, ashwagandha from…