Dieting, celiac disease, and healthy eating: Q&A with experts

What Is a Healthy Diet? The Answers Are Unsatisfying | Retro Report

Is America the land of the heavy? We should eat less meat, we should eat less fat. the hefty? Less beef, eggs, junk foods the large, the roly-poly? Most Americans must lower their cholesterol, whatever it takes the chunky? Eat oat bran In other words, is America too fat? After nearly 40 years of advice…

Nutrition Tips : Diet & Health Tips for Cesarean Mothers After Delivery

My name is Christine Marquette and I’m a registered dietitian with the Austin Regional Clinic, and I’m going to talk to you about diet and health tips for cesarean mothers after delivery. Cesarean section is a lot like other abdominal surgeries in that there can be a lot of soreness, a lot of bloating immediately…

Non-Diet Nutrition

– In today’s Healthy Eats, we’re taking a closer look at how to change our eating habits in a healthy way. And a lotta people assume that means dieting, but I’m meeting up with an expert who says non-diet nutrition actually comes with some big benefits. (uplifting music) So I’m here with Stephanie from Food…

GERD – Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease or Gastric Reflux, Animation.

Gastroesophageal reflux disease – GERD, or gastric reflux disease, is a chronic condition where stomach acid flows back up and damages the mucosa of the food pipe – the esophagus. At the junction between the esophagus and the stomach is the lower esophageal sphincter – the LES. The LES is a ring of muscle that…

Diet vs Exercise – اهمية الرجيم و الرياضة

What’s more important? food or exercise? Welcome back to my channel! and if you’re new don’t forget to subscribe to my YoutTube channel to receive new videos every Thursday an ongoing debate of I don’t like exercising, or I exercise too much. What’s going to give me better results? Diet or Exercise? All studies have…

PROCESSED FOODS: 7 reasons why they aren’t good for you (science-backed)

We hear that processed foods aren’t good for us. But why exactly aren’t they good for us? I’m going to tackle that question in this video and I’m also going to talk about the differences between whole foods, minimally processed foods and heavily processed foods. If you’re interested, keep watching. Hello hello! Welcome back to…

InBody Spotlight – Cory Brightwell of Chuze Fitness

When you think about the culture that we have, which is welcoming non-intimidating, we felt like the scale was an intimidating factor for somebody who might be new to fitness or somebody who’s really struggling to reach their goals. Well, since we opened our first location, we have never had scales in our facilities. No…