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Are Vegetarians at Risk for Eating Disorders?

“Are Vegetarians at Risk for Eating Disorders?” At the turn of the century, if you would have asked teens why they chose to eat vegetarian, most might say they do it because they don’t want to kill animals, followed by wanting to eat a healthier diet. More recently, “to help the environment” became a leading…


CREAMY VEGAN PASTA RECIPES ‣‣ 2 quick & easy dinner ideas

(mellow music) – Hi friends, welcome to my channel. If you’re new here, my name is Alyssa. Today, I have got two delicious gluten-free and vegan recipes for you that are probably my favorite type of food which is pasta. I love pizza, and I love pasta, and one of my favorite things to do…


The Dental Diet – Prevent Braces with Nutrition and Food

For a long time as a dentist, I became disillusioned with my day-to-day work just fixing diseased teeth. Dentistry provides fantastic solutions to treat and fix dental disease. But after years of seeing sick and broken teeth, I had a nagging feeling. Something wasn’t right. I could treat disease but I couldn’t prevent it. Our…


Diabetes and Nutrition in the Latino Community

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Flashback Friday: Second Strategy to Cooking Broccoli

“Second Strategy to Cooking Broccoli” When I used to teach medical students at Tufts, I gave a lecture about this amazing new therapeutic called iloccorB. I’d talk about all the new science, all the things it could do, excellent safety profile, and just as they were all scrambling to buy stock in the company and…


How to Choose Healthier Grains – National Nutrition Month 2017

My name is Liz Erker, I am the registered dietitian with Signature Medical Group. March is National Nutrition Month. This year’s theme is: “Put your best fork forward” Let’s take a moment and look at some grain products. So many people choose granola bars because of convenience. You wanna look for a bar such as…


U.S. FDA pushes for cap on daily sugar consumption 美FDA, ″하루 설탕 섭취량 50g 넘

The U.S. government′s introduced a new cap on how much sugar people should consume in a day. If you had a can of Coke today, you′ve already reached the limit. Sohn Jung-in reports. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has released a new set of guidelines that recommend a daily cap on the amount of…


Which Coffee Is Healthier: Light vs. Dark Roast?

“Which Coffee Is Healthier: Light vs. Dark Roast” For those drinking non-paper- filtered coffee, like boiled, French press, or Turkish coffee, the amount of cholesterol- raising compounds in the lightest roast coffee may be twice as high compared to using very dark roast beans. So, it appears some of the cholesterol- raising compounds are destroyed…


Can Morbid Obesity Be Reversed Through Diet?

“Can Morbid Obesity Be Reversed Through Diet?” Dr. Walter Kempner introduced the first comprehensive dietary program to treat chronic kidney disease, and in doing so also revolutionized the treatment of other disorders, including obesity. Kempner was Professor Emeritus of Medicine at Duke, where he came up with the so-called “rice diet,” which basically consisted of…


Natalie Laframboise, MScFn candidate, Foods and Nutrition, Western University

My name is Natalie Laframboise, and I’m in the masters of Foods and Nutrition internship program at Western University. I came to Western specifically for the program, I was at a point in my career where getting my registered dietitian was important for career advancement, but if I was going to take time off work,…