Tag: Nutrition (Medical Specialty)

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…


How to Start a Nutrition Business Part I (My Journey to Becoming a RD Entreprenuer)

Hey guys, it’s Kara The Foodie Dietitian. I’ve been getting a lot of emails lately from nutrition students, interns, fellow dietitians, colleagues, and you can all meet my cat Constantine. Say hi constantine. He’s just going to chill with us for this video today. I’ve been getting a lot of emails lately from colleagues and…


Intro to Nutrition – Food for Health | WageningenX on edX | Course About Video

[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER 1: Food, our society is obsessed with food. Super food, super-sized meals, celebrity chefs, the Food Channel. Food makes us happy. Not a single festive occasion goes by without an abundance of food. Although we need food to survive, it has become our nemesis. Over indulging in too many bad foods threatens…


Top Health Benefits of Ginger Root – A Powerful Nutritional Herb

Hey guys, Dr. Axe from DrAxe.com here. Today I’m going to share with you some information about a powerful, nutritional herb and compound that is proven to be more effective at reducing pain than painkillers. It’s been proven to be more effective at improving digestion then the top over-the-counter digestive medications, and it’s also been…


Metabolism & Nutrition, Part 2: Crash Course A&P #37

Here’s a couple of words you might find useful in the study of human metabolism. They also happen to be two words that I enjoy in general. Brunch. Buffet. I’d throw in “all you can eat,” but that’s kind of implied, and then it would be six words, unless you hyphenate them. But still, brunch…


Nutrition For Seniors – Amy Lee, MD

As people age and change so do their nutritional needs. Eating healthy is a key element in maintaining a good quality of life into your senior years. We spoke with Dr. Amy Lee at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles and asked, what kind of nutrition is best for seniors? The nutrition that we should…


MSc Human Nutrition

The importance of nutrition and maintaining health is a growing area of interest and the demand from the public for more information has never been greater. Our MSc in Human Nutrition run with the Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health is developing the skills of the next generation of nutritionists to tackle these global challenges….


MSc Nutrition for Global Health – LSHTM

The Masters in Nutrition for Global Health is a course which develops high-quality, in-depth knowledge of nutrition from a public health perspective, so it really trains people to be able to understand the role of nutrition in international public health. The MSc is really unique because it offers an enormous range of skills and training…


Work while you learn in the online Clinical Nutrition certificate program

I found this program researching online a little bit and I thought it was great because it would give me a way to get back into school. I’ve been working for about five years now, doing weight loss nutrition for a local clinic. But I’ve realized that’s not really the area I want to be…


People Try Vegan Cheese For The First Time

– You can’t make dairy out of nuts. You can’t. Cows and nuts are different. – I’m like a convenience vegetarian. – Straight up meat eater. – We did a bacon taste test the other day and it was the happiest time of my life. – It’s got no lactose, no casein, no gluten, no…