Can Doctors Be Trusted for Nutritional Guidance? | Gary Yourofsky

Hi it’s Emily with Bite Size Vegan and welcome to another vegan nugget. Today’s video isanother installment of my interview with vegan activist Gary Yourofsky and in this particularsegment, we broach the topic of how doctors, professionals, and even government dietaryrecommendations all seem to push animal products. Now as you’ll hear Gary say this is […]

A Dietitian’s Guide to Alternative Milks | You Versus Food | Well+Good

(upbeat music)– Hi, I’m Tracy Lockwood Beckerman.I’m a registered dietitian in New York City,and it’s my job to help you figure outwhat to eat and why.Today we’re talking about an amoooozing topicin the world of grocery goods, milks.Seems like a new dairy alternativepops up at the coffee shop every day.So how do you know what […]

Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer Survivorship | T. Colin Campbell, PhD (2007)

8:30, First speaker is minimizing prostate cancer through diet. T. Colin Campbell, whois emeritus professor of nutritional science at Cornell University in Ithaca. Dr. Campbellis the author of “The China Study: Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, and Long-TermHealth.” His principal scientific interests, which begins with his graduate training inthe late 1950’s, has been on […]

Are Carbs Bad? | Tearing Down Misconceptions | Dietitian Q&A

Are carbs bad?No.What are carbs?Carbs is short for carbohydrates which is a macronutrient.Carbohydrates, protein and fat are the three macronutrientsand carbohydrates are found in foods like fruits,vegetables, whole grains, refined grains,sugars and simple starchesand also dairy has natural sugars which are carbohydrates.Are carbs bad?No.Like I said, all these different types of foodscontain carbohydrates so people […]

Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer Survivorship | T. Colin Campbell, PhD (2007)

8:30, First speaker is minimizing prostate cancer through diet. T. Colin Campbell, whois emeritus professor of nutritional science at Cornell University in Ithaca. Dr. Campbellis the author of “The China Study: Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, and Long-TermHealth.” His principal scientific interests, which begins with his graduate training inthe late 1950’s, has been on […]

Is the Mediterranean Diet the Healthiest Diet? | Dietician Q&A | EatingWell

Okay, I love this question.Is the Mediterranean diet the healthiest diet?Kind of.(hip upbeat music)What is the Mediterranean diet?Lots of vegetables, lots of whole grains, fruits.They’re very unprocessed and also, rich in olive oi,fish, healthy fats they’re getting in their diets,a little bit of red wine,which is always a fun thing to knowabout the Mediterranean diet,and […]

Treating Infant Colic by Changing Mom’s Diet

The Key Principles of Nutrition

A lot of people think that eating a healthful diet requires a lot of time and it also tendsto be quite expensive, so that they give up before they even try, worried at the ideaof regular trips to the farmer’s market to select fresh organic, local and seasonalfood only, and then spending long hours in […]

The Truth about Fast Food — Kids’ Meals | UConn

On any given day, about 1/3 of children consume fast food. A bunch of fast foodrestaurants have pledged voluntarily to make changes and so we wanted to see howwell they’ve delivered on their promises. We found that about a third of the timethe restaurant still listed fountain drinks on their menu boards and similar tothe […]

Survivorship: The Importance of Nutrition and Exercise in the Cancer Journey

Good evening.On behalf of Stanford Health Care and the Cancer Supportive CareProgram, I would like to welcome you to our first lectureseries in the South Bay, Survivorship,the Importance of Nutrition and Exercise in the Cancer Journey.It is my pleasure to introduce our first speakersof the evening, Julie Grosvenor and Regan Fedrick.Thank you.[APPLAUSE]Hi everybody, thank you.Thank […]