http://vp.telvue.com/preview?id=T01133&video=343248 We discuss the Mediterranean Diet, heart health, how to make overnight oats and chia pudding, Omega 3 fatty acids, weight loss and label reading.
I've been a registered dietitian for a long time and have seen so many fad diets come and go. The pendulum swings back in forth regarding which macro-nutrient is in or out vogue. We had the no/low carb diets in the 70's only to return again and again. We had too much protein being out for a while. Low fat and very low fat diets were a trend for quite a while. Of course, during that time the food industry flooded the shelves with low-fat and fat free products, most of which were loaded with sugar and sodium. During that [...]
I was conducting some worksite wellness seminars recently and a question was raised several times: “How do I jump-start my weight loss?” For each person the scenario was slightly different: “I lost weight a while ago, gained back a little that I just can't seem to shed and the tactics I used before just aren't working anymore,” “I never had to lose weight before, I turned 50 and all of a sudden it seems extra weight popped up especially around my middle,” “I exercise regularly, generally eat a healthy diet so I don't know why I don't lose weight,” “I follow a very strict [...]
Like most people you may automatically think of the word diet to mean some kind of food restriction or program to lose weight. As a registered dietitian/nutritionist the word diet to me just simply what foods one eats. I googled the definition of diet and this is what popped up: noun: diet 1. the kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats. "a vegetarian diet" 2. a special course of food to which one restricts oneself, either to lose weight or for medical reasons. "I'm going on a diet" verb: diet 1. diets, dieting:- restrict oneself to [...]
You don’t have to give into mother nature. You can keep your waistline as you enter into peri-menopause or menopause. Four important factors are: Choose the right foods including plenty of lean proteins (lean meats, fish, poultry, non-fat dairy, legumes and other plant proteins), 5-9 servings of a variety of colorful veggies and fruits, and include 2-3 servings of whole grains daily such as steel-cut oats, stone ground corn, whole wheat, brown rice and quinoa. Skip the refined starches and sugars that hide in so many processed and fast foods, baked goods and sweetened beverages. Drink plenty of water, eat [...]
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