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Pamela Ronald: The case for engineering our food

I am a plant geneticist. I study genes that make plants resistant to disease and tolerant of stress. In recent years, millions of people around the world have come to believe that there’s something sinister about genetic modification. Today, I am going to provide a different perspective. First, let me introduce my husband, Raoul. He’s…


Is Vitamin C a Total Sham? | Freethink Wrong

– What’s the first thing you do when you start feeling sick? If you’re like most of us, you probably reach for something full of good old vitamin C. Whether you’re drinking it from a carton, popping it from a bottle or getting it straight from the source. Vitamin C’s purported power to cure what…


Dean Ornish: Healing through diet

This session is on natural wonders, and the bigger conference is on the pursuit of happiness. I want to try to combine them all, because to me, healing is really the ultimate natural wonder. Your body has a remarkable capacity to begin healing itself, and much more quickly than people had once realized, if you…


A Cure for Ageing?: David Sinclair at TEDxSydney

Translator: David Hsu Reviewer: Denise RQ I believe that we’re all only given one precious life. For those of us who are really lucky to be born, it’s a life to be embraced, a life to be used for good, and a life that’s worth prolonging in good health. When we’re all very young, we…


Are you Eating EGG WHITES For Weight Gain? (YOU NEED TO WATCH THIS RIGHT NOW!)

The egg is a wonderful food. But eating them excessively to gain weight may not be the healthiest and most efficient thing to do. Why? Many people will consume 10 or more egg whites daily when they are trying to increase their protein consumption to gain weight, but here’s the downfall of that practice –…


Dr. Terry Wahls – Minding Your Mitochondria – TED – Documentary, Lecture, Talk NUTRITION

LECTURE TALK DOCUMENTARY HEALTH, FOOD AND DIET


Plant-strong & healthy living: Rip Esselstyn at TEDxFremont

Translator: TED Translators admin Reviewer: Luis Tsai Hsu So, I’m wearing my shirt inside out, and a lot of you pointed that out to me. (Laughter) I do this from time to time. And when somebody says it, I say, “I know… I’m wearing my shirt inside out.” I’m doing it on purpose. And I’m…


How do vitamins work? – Ginnie Trinh Nguyen

A, C, E, D, B, K. No, this isn’t some random, out of order alphabet. These are vitamins, and just like letters build words, they’re the building blocks that keep the body running. Vitamins are organic compounds we need to ingest in small amounts to keep functioning. They’re the body’s builders, defenders and maintenance workers,…


Teach every child about food | Jamie Oliver

Sadly, in the next 18 minutes when I do our chat, four Americans that are alive will be dead through the food that they eat. My name’s Jamie Oliver. I’m 34 years old. I’m from Essex in England and for the last seven years I’ve worked fairly tirelessly to save lives in my own way….


How do carbohydrates impact your health? – Richard J. Wood

Which of these has the least carbohydrates? This roll of bread? This bowl of rice? Or this can of soda? It’s a trick question. Although they may differ in fats, vitamins, and other nutritional content, when it comes to carbs, they’re pretty much the same. So what exactly does that mean for your diet? First…