How to Read a Nutrition Facts Label & Ingredients List: Cardiac College

Reading a food label can sometimes be confusing to read. What should I be looking at? What does this mean for my health? Use the food label to make informed food choices. The food label can provide nutrition information like the Nutrition Facts Panel, Ingredient List and Nutrition &/or Health Claims. Almost all prepackaged foods…

Diabetes and Nutrition in the Latino Community

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Diet Doctor Podcast #23 — Dr. Jason Fung, MD

#1Welcome to the Diet Doctor podcast. Today it is my pleasure to be joined by Dr. Jason Fung, from the IDM program. Now Jason has been revolutionary in his use of intermittent fasting to treat obesity and to treat diabetes and in this discussion we cover a lot of that but we take it a…

What is a patient-centered medical home? – Penn State Hershey Medical Center

The Patient Centered Medical Home has been something that all the different societies of primary care got together and developed this series of joint principals. And it’s really what we sort of think primary care always should have been. Every person should have a personal physician, that their care should be coordinated, that there should…

WHAT IS THE HEALTHIEST DIET?

[Music] the diet that’s derived exclusively from whole plant foods that’s SOS free and SOS stands for the International symbol of danger and it also stands for salt oil and sugar including refined carbohydrates the best diet is the Whole Foods plant-based low-fat back no Whole Foods plant-based diet diet that’s founded on whole plant…

Diet Doctor Podcast #12 — Dr. David Ludwig

Welcome to the DietDoctor podcast with Dr. Bret Scher. Today is my pleasure to be joined by Dr. David Ludwig. Dr. Ludwig is a pediatric endocrinologist at Boston Children’s Hospital with affiliations at Harvard and he’s the director of the New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center. He’s also the author of “Always Hungry”. And Dr.…

Saving Lives By Treating Acne With Diet

“Saving Lives By Treating Acne With Diet” Acne is an epidemic skin disease of industrialized countries, reaching prevalence rates of over 85% of teenagers. In the US, acne nowadays persists even after adolescence into the third decade of life in nearly half of men and women. But it’s considered a disease of Western civilization, meaning…

Fiona Godlee: Panel discussion on “Low carb high fat diets: Public controversies and opportunities”

We’ve been given a very non-controversial topic of low carb, high fat diets. Because you’ve heard from four of our panel, I’m going to give Sarah, who you haven’t yet met, a first chance to introduce herself and to give us five minutes, Sarah, on your pitch, and then I’m going to ask each of…

The shocking amount of sugar hiding in your food – BBC

Dietician Allison bones wants to show a group of office workers Just how much energy in the form of sugar these carbs release into their bloodstream Foods we’ve got there you go and a chocolate muffin Hey, I would say that that is more sugar than this one. Maybe two cubes for that one We’re…

José M. Ordovás: Personalised nutrition

I think we are not going to be very a different size of the fence here in terms of what Tim said, probably our differences will be a slightly in the shade, right? Of a color that we are going to use in this personalization. Well, for us the future of food is personal and…