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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

03:59 min | 3 weeks ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Nutritional in. My name is birth. I must certified nutrition specialists and licensed nutritionist in the state of Minnesota, I'm the other Mike this morning I'm super excited to be here with my co host Joanne right out who is a registered and licensed Dietitian, and for the past five years, Joanne has been a teacher for our menopause survival seminar. She's helped many many women that are either in Peri menopause or menopause to get a handle on their weights or hot flashes or sleep shoes. Those are just to name a few symptoms that will be chatting about today. That's rate and good morning car is so good to be here with you again today. and yes, that's right. I always tell people I am of age to be helping people with menopause symptoms. 'cause I've certainly lived through a lot of them. So. What are some other menopause symptoms that women are concerned with and want help with certainly the weight hot flashes and sleep are definitely among the top issues. But there are other issues. Women don't want to discuss and one symptom I think about when when I'm getting to something, we don't want to discuss. With their doctor even, but it's very disturbing and uncomfortable and to them that is incontinence. So many women are struggling with this. So. Definitely. Something we can help with and then another distressing symptom is that w word wrinkles. Distressing topic. I actually think there's huge distressing w words. Wrinkles and weight gain. Yeah. For sure if we could get rid of the letter W, maybe we wouldn't have to be so concerned about wrinkles and weight gain when be great I'd be but really back to some serious questions and answers, it's been about one year since we have been able to offer our menopause survival seminar in house due to Code Nineteen but the good news is that people miss it they are getting. We're getting requests to offer it again and I think you have some good news about that. Yes that is so right and of course, we understand that most women prefer classes which they can take in person. And we do too. We love those discussions with women that we can have during the class, but because of social distancing and having to meet in small groups with shorter time limits because of because of covid nineteen, we decided to do the next best option. So we will be offering our menopause survival.

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Foods to Help Kids Focus

Dishing Up Nutrition

05:36 min | Last month

Foods to Help Kids Focus

"Good morning, everyone, and welcome to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness. Currently, kids are back at school already didn't the summer fly by WHO Know Carolina did it summer started in March? Yes Whether. It is full time or part time in person or because of the corona virus this year, maybe your kids have taken over your dining room table threesome champion a little bit more every room. Right whatever way your kids are attending school. This year brings some very much extra challenges for both students and for the parents. So we believe it is even more important to feed your kids foods that will help them focus and learn. Yes. That is so true whether your student is in college or kindergarten food counts when you want them to have good brain power. Well Good morning everyone I am Caroline Hudson and as a Dietitian I am constantly reading and learning about how I can improve my own nutritional counseling skills. So I can help my clam clients both young and, of course, old I. Want them to feel better do better and I understand how food helps build memory and focus in children adults, and of course, even in our seniors joining me today in studio is registered and licensed. Dietitian Theresa Wagner, who is living through this unique back the school journey with her three children ages eleven nine and six and April. Actually it was. Oh Yeah. It was April right TREASA. You wrote that great blog about the challenges as a parent who is trying her best to feed her kids, healthy meals and snacks throughout. Every day right. Beside loved your line in your blog about. Quote Mom Guilt Magnus don't have that out there. I mean moms out there I think everybody's saying. We sure do whether it's about food or anything I. Think we're guilty. or at least we feel that way. Yes but I have been debt registered Dietitian. Let's see here for the past twelve years and I know this because I remember passing the RDA exam when I was very pregnant with my son my first child. So over the years I think I have had. A lot of experience just trying to feed my kids healthy foods. Yeah well, however when The order came to stay at home. What happened I was constantly hearing I'm hungry. What can I have for a snack? It's amazing at how much and how often my kids wanted to eat to be honest at first I was able to manage the situation on how often my kids wanted to eat but I have to admit that after a while I just threw up my hands in food exhaustion exhaustion and just started to say, yes to whatever they wanted to eat. Now remember I'm a Dietitian and food is very important to me. So I wasn't feeling very good about what they were choosing to eat. Yes. In the short term, I found it was easier to just let my kids eat whatever they wanted but I knew that it was not what I wanted for my kids over the long term. and. Just like any parent listening I, want to feed my kids food supports their body and their brain and as reality of this Cova situation set in I realized that we're all in the same position and we could be for many more months. So I came up with three simple insights to motivate myself and hopefully others to make good food choices a bigger priority and again. I'll share some of these insights with you in hopes that they can help you. The one of the first insights I had was. I want to see my kids healthy foods because they build strong bodies, well-functioning brains, and disease resistant immune systems. All very important reasons absolutely Ashley Right now especially right now that immune support immune systems, you have to have a really strong immune system right now, right because if we come in contact with that virus, we want to be able to fight it off or if we get it, we wanna be able to not have horrible symptoms are. Horrible reaction exactly The second insight, poor food choices like processed foods equal. Poor Focus and poor concentration. Frankly, now that I've been forced into a new role as a Teacher's assistant. A role that I'm not super excited about. I don't want learning for my kids to be more difficult for them, which in turn would make my job more difficult. But most importantly, I want learning to be fun exciting meaningful challenging. Yes. But not difficult. So that was my second insight. And third maybe the most important in the short term and kind of looking through my parenting I as poor food choices leads to poor behavior

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Miss it so much, I. Love it so much and great I mean your students love you I, hear it all the time we have clients come in the office. Thank you so much I. Just I miss it. I. Look Forward to doing it again, it will happen again and I'll even have the opportunity to to do some zoom classes at whilst I'm looking forward to that. That'll be great. There's a really so much information to share today. So let's get started. With some of the statistics I WANNA share about brain disorders. About one in four adults in the US, suffer from some of the diagnose -able mental disorder. Depression effects. One in ten adults in is the leading cause of Bentoel disability. Medication like PROZAC Zoloft or among the depressant drugs most often prescribed in the US. And we were talking Jan that There's actually a shortage of zoloft right now due to the anxiety and depression in our country. That's right. We know drugs treat depression, but not the cause of the depression and the good news is the leading science research is discovering that brain health and brain diseases such as depression anxiety are connected to what goes on in our gut. Research is now telling us that we are actually what actually takes place in our intestines. Today may determine your risk for anxiety depression and memory problems. I. Know In clinic. I'm seeing so much anxiety, and this was even prior cove Ed. Yeah. Surprising amount of anxiety and depression that I'd never seen in thirty five years. It seems to increase over the years. You Bet it's it's sad and you may be thinking what happens in you got stays got however in reality researchers. Researchers are finding all of the various micro organisms that living your gut is specially the good and bad bacteria that affect your brain health, and we're gonNA talk about that. When come back down bravely, you're listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness I'm Melanie Beasley and I have been registered and licensed Dietitian for many many years and I've worked with a variety of clients with a wide range of nutrition dis joining me today Jennifer Schmid Anthony. I got that wrong. Came to nutritional weight and wellness as a client. A. Well, how many years? John Fifteen eight years ago, she went on to complete the training program to become a fantastic nutrition. Because of the health benefits were exactly what she needed. That's right. Jennifer, has been teaching a variety of in-house nutrition classes that she mentioned in person and up until the cove in nineteen restrictions then she'll be doing some zone. But now she's She has taken to teaching classes via zoom and Co. hosting our dishing up nutrition radio.

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"I have three kids who are eleven nine and almost six. And sometimes I need to be a creative. In order interest, my active kids in eating vegetables. Let's face it. Their regular kids am I prefer to eat treats like cookies, chips, crackers, candy, ice, cream, bars, or pizza, and on and on right. But in working in the field of data I learned that those types of foods that can affect long term health or that they can affect long term health. And more than just occasionally. Because of my love for my children I'm. Trying to cook good healthy food for them, even for breakfast. May think it's odd that I don't like to keep box cereal at my house. I think it's odd. Work taking. Good Company. It's not easy though to be honest. Especially now that we are dealing with a corona virus, there is a lot of cooking going on at my house. As a lover of nutrition and wellness, I'm aware of the long term impact, too many treats can have on my kids current and their future blood, sugar levels and cholesterol numbers so I try to cook fun, but healthy meals. One of my tricks to get them to love vegetables is to make Zucchini pancakes. It's the time for Zucchini is. It is I was gifted Zucchini a giant Zucchini a couple of weeks ago so I had to put it to good use. Yeah, I've had there's they're just coming in and the gardens right now, so the perfect time to use them in something other than Zucchini Brad, right? That's full sugar. Yes. That's a common recipe that I here in in the counseling room these days. Yes, so, what these akina! Get pancakes! It's a great way to slip in a few more vegetables into their diet. Before. More of my healthy food tricks let me introduce that other voice. Our Co host Leah Klein Shoot Leah is also a registered and licensed dietician, and she also works two to three days a week. She's also a mom, and she is dedicated to feeding her young son foods. That will help him have good long-term. Now in my adult years, especially, after having children I understand what children eat during childhood affects how healthy they will be as adults. It is often as simple as just making peanut butter, protein balls with mini.

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

07:08 min | 4 months ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Welcomed addition of nutrition today's show is brought to you by a nutritional weight and wellness. My Name Is Kara Harper and I'm a licensed nutritious I also have a masters degree in holistic health, and I'm very excited to be here this morning with my co-host Melanie Beasley Melanie registered and licensed Dietitian. She's been practicing nutrition for three decades. I think in a variety of settings bono. Okay sorry. You would never know by looking at you mail, but. Both Mellon I. We've personally had our share of health challenges over the years. Some of you maybe have even heard some of our personal stories. If you've tuned in for many years, and if you also have health challenges, we understand we know what you're going through. We also understand the importance of eating real food to conquer those health challenges, so we want to welcome you and welcome all of our listeners to today's show and the topic of our show today is incontinence problems at any age, and isn't that interesting because he always thinking continents is just you know someone's getting older, but it really kinda fact. Yeah from <hes> bed-wetting that wedding from the time you're little <hes> you know up until end of life it can affect. People ran. It affects quality of life so I'm really excited that we're talking about this and putting things out on the table for people to think about good morning. Everyone, I bet some of you are thinking. What is my diet and nutrition have to do with incontinence or lack of bladder control? Control well, many of our clients have said to us I thought my problem was structural problem and only doctor could help me certainly not a Dietitian nutritionist I know by UCAR, but they fill out a lengthy <hes> wellness form to come in for us. Look at in. That's of the questions on there, so some of you may also be thinking the exact same thing, so it may be surprising to know that. A number of our clients ask us for help with incontinence, which is defined as involuntary loss of urine. But car you and I were talking about. It's more than just you know. Expand a little bit on what you were saying that you had listened to that matter. I was just listening to a doctor. She was a urologist and she was just discussing kind of the criteria for diagnosing incontinence. And you know it's the involuntary loss, but it's also the frequency that urgency <hes> you know I have to get to the. The bathroom right away. I can't wait also night. You know nighttime frequency is one of the diagnosis as well you know if people are getting up two or more times per eight, that would fall under incontinence as well. Yes, and it affects it affects sleep which we've talked about before. Definitely yeah, and because continents is such a very personal topic, it can also be rather embarrassing to a significant number of people. Many, people feel uncomfortable talking about it even to their doctor. And when we bring it up I, think they they're almost relieved to have someone to discuss that issue with <hes>. For that reason, we wanna get into the topic. Get it up and out in the open as a dietician WHO's helped numerous people overcoming continents I, believe your food choices can work magic on the symptoms of incontinence, coronary artery and talk about the foods that are certainly considered bladder irritants. We will also talk about foods that helped strengthen and maintain certain key muscles that are necessary for bladder control. And incontinence it's a really common problem like we already mentioned for both men and for women, and in fact, twenty five million adults in our country suffer from incontinence, seventy five to eighty percent are women. That's probably not a surprise <hes> in reality in a one in four women over the age of eighteen will experience episodes of leaking urine, and and this is the statistic that Kinda got me. Is that half of women over sixty struggle with this, but again it can happen to under sixty as well absolutely. And Stress Urinary incontinence that that's just kind of a data separate diagnosis, but kind of a subcategory that usually shows up. You know after childbirth, and after menopause for women, and then some prostate cancer treatment can also trigger incontinence for men, yes, and <hes> getting men to talk about it in clinic. I find too, that they're. They're happy to bring it up, but you have to bring it up I because people just assume well, this is just who I am. I'm getting older. This is my portion. That I have to deal with now. Not knowing that could, there can be some help well. Have you noticed the number of TV ads for disposable incontinent products? Now? Yes, I have some people. Call them adult diapers. I don't like that I. Think it's <hes>. In two thousand eighteen five billion dollars were spent on the purchase of incontinence products. The cost of these incontinence supplies can easily beat two hundred to three hundred per month. The National Association for Continents Reports that. The psychological cost of urinary incontinence can be depression. Isolation decreased self esteem and work related difficulties. Yeah I mean even the sleep piece to think about how lack of sleep. If you're getting up several times at night, you don't get that quality or length of sleep. That can affect mood that can affect work performance immune system, so it's you know it's a big issue. And why isn't continent so prevalent? Well one reason it could be from following a low fat, low calorie style of eating in addition to not eating enough protein, and often those will go together. And a lot of. We say women because I think a lot of women are. Wanting to lose weight and. They're working. They're trying to do this by going fat, free low calorie, and that automatically sort of cuts out a lot of protein in the Diet because if they're trying to avoid fat, you're. You're not getting a lot of protein so. Following a low fat, low protein diet has left some people with weak pelvic floor, muscles and thin fragile tissues in the urethra, so it's a lack of beneficial healthy fats, and then short changing the amount of protein that you're getting that could really have a direct influence on incontinence, and I always tell clients how important it is to eat. Sufficient amounts of beneficial healing fats I mean feel like we're always kind of trying to promote the healthy fats right now we are. We're trying to overcome decades of it is. It's fear fat forty to fifty

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Incontinence Problems at Any Age

Dishing Up Nutrition

07:08 min | 4 months ago

Incontinence Problems at Any Age

"Welcomed addition of nutrition today's show is brought to you by a nutritional weight and wellness. My Name Is Kara Harper and I'm a licensed nutritious I also have a masters degree in holistic health, and I'm very excited to be here this morning with my co-host Melanie Beasley Melanie registered and licensed Dietitian. She's been practicing nutrition for three decades. I think in a variety of settings bono. Okay sorry. You would never know by looking at you mail, but. Both Mellon I. We've personally had our share of health challenges over the years. Some of you maybe have even heard some of our personal stories. If you've tuned in for many years, and if you also have health challenges, we understand we know what you're going through. We also understand the importance of eating real food to conquer those health challenges, so we want to welcome you and welcome all of our listeners to today's show and the topic of our show today is incontinence problems at any age, and isn't that interesting because he always thinking continents is just you know someone's getting older, but it really kinda fact. Yeah from bed-wetting that wedding from the time you're little you know up until end of life it can affect. People ran. It affects quality of life so I'm really excited that we're talking about this and putting things out on the table for people to think about good morning. Everyone, I bet some of you are thinking. What is my diet and nutrition have to do with incontinence or lack of bladder control? Control well, many of our clients have said to us I thought my problem was structural problem and only doctor could help me certainly not a Dietitian nutritionist I know by UCAR, but they fill out a lengthy wellness form to come in for us. Look at in. That's of the questions on there, so some of you may also be thinking the exact same thing, so it may be surprising to know that. A number of our clients ask us for help with incontinence, which is defined as involuntary loss of urine. But car you and I were talking about. It's more than just you know. Expand a little bit on what you were saying that you had listened to that matter. I was just listening to a doctor. She was a urologist and she was just discussing kind of the criteria for diagnosing incontinence. And you know it's the involuntary loss, but it's also the frequency that urgency you know I have to get to the. The bathroom right away. I can't wait also night. You know nighttime frequency is one of the diagnosis as well you know if people are getting up two or more times per eight, that would fall under incontinence as well. Yes, and it affects it affects sleep which we've talked about before. Definitely yeah, and because continents is such a very personal topic, it can also be rather embarrassing to a significant number of people. Many, people feel uncomfortable talking about it even to their doctor. And when we bring it up I, think they they're almost relieved to have someone to discuss that issue with For that reason, we wanna get into the topic. Get it up and out in the open as a dietician WHO's helped numerous people overcoming continents I, believe your food choices can work magic on the symptoms of incontinence, coronary artery and talk about the foods that are certainly considered bladder irritants. We will also talk about foods that helped strengthen and maintain certain key muscles that are necessary for bladder control. And incontinence it's a really common problem like we already mentioned for both men and for women, and in fact, twenty five million adults in our country suffer from incontinence, seventy five to eighty percent are women. That's probably not a surprise in reality in a one in four women over the age of eighteen will experience episodes of leaking urine, and and this is the statistic that Kinda got me. Is that half of women over sixty struggle with this, but again it can happen to under sixty as well absolutely. And Stress Urinary incontinence that that's just kind of a data separate diagnosis, but kind of a subcategory that usually shows up. You know after childbirth, and after menopause for women, and then some prostate cancer treatment can also trigger incontinence for men, yes, and getting men to talk about it in clinic. I find too, that they're. They're happy to bring it up, but you have to bring it up I because people just assume well, this is just who I am. I'm getting older. This is my portion. That I have to deal with now. Not knowing that could, there can be some help well. Have you noticed the number of TV ads for disposable incontinent products? Now? Yes, I have some people. Call them adult diapers. I don't like that I. Think it's In two thousand eighteen five billion dollars were spent on the purchase of incontinence products. The cost of these incontinence supplies can easily beat two hundred to three hundred per month. The National Association for Continents Reports that. The psychological cost of urinary incontinence can be depression. Isolation decreased self esteem and work related difficulties. Yeah I mean even the sleep piece to think about how lack of sleep. If you're getting up several times at night, you don't get that quality or length of sleep. That can affect mood that can affect work performance immune system, so it's you know it's a big issue. And why isn't continent so prevalent? Well one reason it could be from following a low fat, low calorie style of eating in addition to not eating enough protein, and often those will go together. And a lot of. We say women because I think a lot of women are. Wanting to lose weight and. They're working. They're trying to do this by going fat, free low calorie, and that automatically sort of cuts out a lot of protein in the Diet because if they're trying to avoid fat, you're. You're not getting a lot of protein so. Following a low fat, low protein diet has left some people with weak pelvic floor, muscles and thin fragile tissues in the urethra, so it's a lack of beneficial healthy fats, and then short changing the amount of protein that you're getting that could really have a direct influence on incontinence, and I always tell clients how important it is to eat. Sufficient amounts of beneficial healing fats I mean feel like we're always kind of trying to promote the healthy fats right now we are. We're trying to overcome decades of it is. It's fear fat forty to fifty

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

05:39 min | 4 months ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Name Is Kara Harper and I'm a licensed nutritious I also have a masters degree in holistic health, and I'm very excited to be here this morning with my co-host Melanie Beasley Melanie registered and licensed Dietitian. She's been practicing nutrition for three decades. I think in a variety of settings bono. Okay sorry. You would never know by looking at you mail, but. Both Mellon I. We've personally had our share of health challenges over the years. Some of you maybe have even heard some of our personal stories. If you've tuned in for many years, and if you also have health challenges, we understand we know what you're going through. We also understand the importance of eating real food to conquer those health challenges, so we want to welcome you and welcome all of our listeners to today's show and the topic of our show today is incontinence problems at any age, and isn't that interesting because he always thinking continents is just you know someone's getting older, but it really kinda fact. Yeah from bed-wetting that wedding from the time you're little you know up until end of life it can affect. People ran. It affects quality of life so I'm really excited that we're talking about this and putting things out on the table for people to think about good morning. Everyone, I bet some of you are thinking. What is my diet and nutrition have to do with incontinence or lack of bladder control? Control well, many of our clients have said to us I thought my problem was structural problem and only doctor could help me certainly not a Dietitian nutritionist I know by UCAR, but they fill out a lengthy wellness form to come in for us. Look at in. That's of the questions on there, so some of you may also be thinking the exact same thing, so it may be surprising to know that. A number of our clients ask us for help with incontinence, which is defined as involuntary loss of urine. But car you and I were talking about. It's more than just you know. Expand a little bit on what you were saying that you had listened to that matter. I was just listening to a doctor. She was a urologist and she was just discussing kind of the criteria for diagnosing incontinence..

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Good Habits for Weight Loss

Dishing Up Nutrition

06:13 min | 4 months ago

Good Habits for Weight Loss

"Dishing up nutrition. If you're just tuning in this morning I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist an in studio with me as clear Leah Klein. With a tongue twister! Clear no Leah Klein Schroeder. Who is a registered and licensed Dietitian? Let's face it. We are in the midst of some of the most stressful times we have had in our country. Over the last several decades so. When we think about stress as nutritionists and Dietitians, we are looking at stress so differently. We understand that stress can affect our sleep. Stress can affect our cravings, and really stress can affect all aspects of our physical, our mental and our emotional help health. You know what I'm working with clients and they're struggling with sleep. You know they ask me shelby. What if I took some sleeping pills with that be affects. Would that kind of get me over? The Hump and the real answer is. Really coming back to your nutrition and your lifestyle habits so. If you are just joining us our topic for today is senator centered around this idea of good habits for weight loss now as Tristesse Dietitians. We can help you with a plan specifically to help you with weight loss, but we can also help to make sure that you're getting a good night of sleep. We can stop those cravings, and we can really put together an individualized plan to help improve your physical, your mental and your emotional health now because of the covid nineteen. Restrictions and some of the stay at home orders. We have pivoted. We are doing all of our counseling via zoom video chats or phone. If you have questions or if you're interested in learning more about that, give us a call at six, five, one, six, nine, nine, three, four, three eight, or you can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com to schedule that now before we went to break, I just wanted to highlight one of the things that Leah said. With Our Name Nutritional weight and wellness, even though the weight comes first. We are so focused on wellness and I. Remind my clients and my class participants this day in and day out. When you have total health and wellness, the weight loss comes. So as nutritionists Dietitians, we are wanting to problem solve. Any of those lifestyle or nutrition habits to help you have that wellness and we are not going to. Put together a plan that. Would sacrifice you feeling crummy day in and day out just to see the number on the scale move. Though, even though we're nutritional, weight and wellness, we want to be very clear that. We're looking at you as a whole person and we wanna make sure that that wellness is coming into play. So before we went to break, we were talking more specifically about all. Our first habit that we shared of eating a balanced breakfast and Leah I know you talk about eating a balanced breakfast in your sleep. I think we all could. But you know we're looking at the component of some animal protein. Some colorful carbohydrates like some berries or some spinach, or maybe even having some sweet potato, and having some natural fat like butter or Almond butter, or having a half of Avocado, or even having some canned coconut milk. Having that balance of the three is something we talk about day in and day out right right and I know that you love the research. So can you tell us a little bit more about what the research says about a balanced breakfast? Yes, absolutely, we have to talk about the research i. mean a lot of what we do here is based on the research. So what if they? What is research found about? Balanced breakfast so? There's numerous studies out there. That show a beneficial effect of eating a higher protein breakfast like protein, just for a second no protein as shelby mention and we do. We are big proponents of those animal based proteins, things like eggs and chicken and fish and beef and Turkey and pork. But a high protein breakfast has a wonderful effect on our appetites. Balancing out our hormones and keeping energy levels stable throughout the day and especially in teenagers. Yeah I know. Maybe you can relate shelby I know. As when I was a teenager, breakfast was not my favorite thing, I was I was definitely not a morning. person so I needed something like super easy, and I didn't I know. I definitely didn't make the best balanced choices at that point, Bolia. My Dad's still my parents listen to the radio. Show and my dad says you forgot to tell about the toaster strudel. Or you've got to tell them how we would buy cereal, and that sort of thing, so yes, I was totally eating high sugar breakfast kind of standard American Diet Duff or Running out the door without anything. Yep Yep Yep same here so parents tell it all sometimes, don't they? So. You have a eating so eating that more high glycemic breakfast so a breakfast. That really has a big impact on blood sugar. Something like that cereal and the skim milk the waffles with the Syrup, a high car breakfast bar. Those are not going to be very satisfying. They don't have a lot of protein in them, and they're gonNA start you on that blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day, and when your blood sugar is on a roller coaster, so is your energy level. Though are those cravings your moods and And Moods Guy and low and high and low exactly everything everything else goes on that that roller coaster, also,

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Struggling with Digestive Problems?

Dishing Up Nutrition

09:39 min | 5 months ago

Struggling with Digestive Problems?

"I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist. With a bachelor's degree in exercise science and a masters degree in clinical nutrition and I understand that education is really important when it comes to talking about human health and nutrition. And of course I learned lots of things about nutrition and health while I was completing my master's degree. But to be honest with you as a practicing nutritionist with nutritional weight and wellness. I feel like I've learned even more so much of that. Clinical experience working with clients helping people feel their best. You know they always talk about education's great you learn lots of good things but when you're out in the real world working with people that's really where you've got to use those problem solving skills you really have to understand what is going to make a big difference here for people. We don't WanNa talk about theories we WANNA talk about action step so theresa and I are tasked this morning with talking about how those of you can change your digestive health so our topic is all things related to digestion have digestive problems. You certainly are not alone. According to a survey in the Journal of gastroenterology seventy four percent of the US population has some type of Gi symptoms and Gi gastrointestinal symptoms. That could be things like heartburn or acid reflux that could be abdominal pain or nausea. And of course that could be bloating gas diarrhea and constipation. You Know Teresa when I was in my first year of my master's program one of my professors said to me. You know if you're not comfortable asking people about their poop you're in the wrong profession. Isn't that or digestive. Problems are a common reason. People make an appointment with a traditional or a Dietitian. You know three so. I know you're busy in the office. Always but I'm sure you have clients that are in their eighties or ninety S. I'm sure you work with kids as well. You know we see that people can have digestive problems regardless of their age in fact we were talking before we came in that. There's a nutrition educator with nutritional weight and wellness who is a physical therapist and specializes in helping kids with chronic and very severe constipation. And I was KINDA SURPRISED TO LEARN. That parents are flying in all over to get help with constipation. Whether it's some some nutrition help some physical therapy help as you might imagine. Childhood Constipation is not very enjoyable for parents. Oh you feel your paying exactly so when we think about constipation. Oftentimes we're thinking about processed foods. Excess sugar were really looking at. What could be that foundation of creating that slow digestion or creating more of that painful Experience so another culprit that I think is often linked to constipation in children cheese sticks. And we're going to talk a little bit more about foods that are more challenging for the digestive tract but cheeses often constipated for both children and adults so think about the foods. Kids eat MAC and cheese pizza. Maybe snacking on crackers and cheese or those sorts of things they can be really challenging for those little belly's to digest. Yeah those are the foods that I think are very common. That kids are eating right now. Just because they're they're easy to eat first of all. I mean as far as just the mechanics of eating them right and then Yeah I mean. They're very convenient for parents to give their kids to right so parents. If you're listening you do have a child or you. As an adult or struggling with constipation or other tummy. Troubles are tasked today. Theresa and I are really hoping to address what helps with good gut health. And what may happen? If you don't have that right balance in the intestinal tract now it may surprise some of you listening to learn that your gut is even connected to your brain. We talked about that gut brain connection now. You heard her voice Joining me in studio this morning is our co host Teresa Wagner. I would say First and foremost she's a mom that's where she's spending a lot of time but we also get her a few days a week to in our offices and of course on the show so theresa you're a registered and licensed Dietitian. And how long have you been practicing? I think I've been a nutritional weight and wellness for five years. Maybe it's six. Yeah this they time flies when you're having fun so you must be fine now at one time. Teresa you and I were talking a little bit more as Nutritionists Dietitians. We experienced some of these things too. And I think you've kind of shared you've had some day just of issues before so hopefully you can kind of bring us into some of that discussion. Yes and maybe before we discuss that and before we discuss heartburn diarrhea constipation. Ibs I want to talk about how your immune function is connected to your Gut Hill. So not just the brain but also the immune system. Yes everything's connected. Isn't it approximately seventy percent of your immune system is found in your digestive system and because of Cova Nineteen? Many of us are trying to do everything. Possible in order to have good immune function Have you thought about your gut health and how it affects your immune function and I know shelby you have for the listeners out there have you made that connection. It's interesting to realize that throughout your life your immune system has been shaped by the communities of bacteria that reside in an on your body. How you were fed as a baby is a very important part digestive health And it's important for your current digestive function so how you were fed as an infant affects your current health right. Breast Milk provided for those of you who are breastfed and abundance of beneficial bacteria. And if you were breastfed you may have missed out on some of the those most protective bacteria from your intestinal track And now as a mom when I hear that I know of so many moms who tried breastfeeding and forever. Whatever reason it just didn't work out so this isn't necessarily meant to be a guilt trip but what it is or it's not at all meant to be a guilt trip but What it is just really good information for you to know for your children or you're having digestive issues Or the prevention of digestive issues or chronic illnesses right and there's also really good information for us as adults who maybe when we were being raised or when our parents were feeding us that it wasn't maybe breastfeeding wasn't in vogue at the time or our mothers weren't able to breastfeed at that time just as good information to have. I agree and I often tell people you know. I know I wasn't breastfed as a baby. And when I talked to some of my clients and ask them. It's it's an interesting reaction they while I had never thought of that. Does that really affect my immune system or you know that sort of stuff now and I tell them well you know. We can't travel back in the past and we're not going to blame and shame mom for what she didn't know at the time but that also gives like for me personally. That gave me really good reason to focus on reestablishing that good bacteria. Because I know I wasn't exposed to that beneficial bacteria through breast milk. Yeah good information right Some babies who are breastfed have a higher proportion of that beneficial bacteria that protects them against pathogens Certain diseases are often linked to an unhealthy. Good which may not contain adequate levels of that beneficial bacteria that bacteria. That's crucial for good digestion. Which we're talking about today exactly and in fact Teresa when we're talking about bacteria we're starting to see the bad bacteria has been connected as one of the primary causes of ulcers specifically those peptic ulcers. So yes I said bad. Bacteria causes ulcers not stress and not spicy foods for one hundred years or more Doctors and researchers believed that ulcers were related to stress and spicy foods. You know but it wasn't until two thousand five that Nobel Prize winners in medicine Dr Barry Marshall and Dr Robin Warren made that connection between ulcers and a type of bacteria called heliotrope actor Pylori. Sometimes you guys have heard of that as H. Pylori

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Cooking the Weight and Wellness Way

Dishing Up Nutrition

11:16 min | 5 months ago

Cooking the Weight and Wellness Way

"We're going to discuss what it means to cook the weight and wellness way so I know often in our show. We talk about eating the weight and wellness way. But today we're going to shift that focus a little bit look a little further upstream in that process to cooking the weight and wellness way and how we go about cooking real food many of our listeners over the last couple of weeks and couple of months have called her emailed. Us questions about how to Cook Certain recipes so we actually had one of our dieticians Theresa Wagner. She's a registered and licensed Dietitian and she's a parent of three young kids herself. She offered up some really great ways to engage kids in this cooking and food preparation process so her blog is called. Oh my kids want to eat all the time plus four snacks to make together for quote Unquote Matt Class. So I I love that title but so she really goes into some really great Tips and tricks and ideas on how to set some routines. Some schedules get some boundaries in there for kids when they need that structure that they don't have from going to school every day right now and how to set up some of those some of that structure at home and as parents how we can make our job easier now that we are home coordinators and parents that were wearing many different hats at this point. So even though I'm not quite as seasoned of a mom is Teresa. I actually found this blog. Post really helpful and anyone some of our listeners. Out there have probably talked Theresa Had Her as their nutritionist. And you can really send her personality her sense of humor coming through in this blog so I thought she did a really great job with the writing in this particular article. So thank you Theresa for that and you can find. Theresa's article and any of the articles the blog articles that we right at our website weight and wellness dot com rate. So when we say cooking and eating the weight and wellness way. What does that really mean? You've heard US say eating the weight and wellness way for many many years now and very simply when we say e the weight and wellness way. We mean that this is an anti inflammatory eating plan. That is based on real food so I WANNA put a pin in that term anti inflammatory we will be circling back to that and for your overall health and wellbeing. We recommend evening real food. And that's a term you all as listeners have now heard many many times real food and you may have heard terms leg whole foods on processed foods foods that your grandparents eight or foods. That are plucked from the farmer's field as Melanie is infamous for saying we talk about eating real food. This is protein from grass fed animals vegetables that you could grow in the garden or that you could buy from the farmer and natural beneficial fats. We will really elaborate on those good fats leader on the show. It may surprise you to learn that most grains lentils some being products are actually inflammatory foods for many people so we suggest limiting the amount of these foods to no more than a half a cup per serving. I have some clients who are really sensitive to those foods and we do have to remove them completely sometimes but a lot of times even just at half cup serving is enough to help people bump their blood sugar up. Get a little bit of energy and still feel good now. We have listeners. That are here with us all over the world so we hope to offer each one of you a pearl of wisdom that will have you saying. Oh I didn't know that in the kitchen or the next time you're doing some meal prepping so I'm happy to share the Mike this morning for the first time with Marianne but before Marianne introduces herself. Mary-anne going to ask you about garlic because you had. I attended one of your kind of previews in the cooking. Classes that you did and you had some really interesting things to say about Garlic and I think even most of us in the room or really surprised by the information you shared so I'm going to hand it over to you. Great thanks Leah. So I am a big garlic lover. I like to put it in a lot of my recipes and so when I make my garlic the trick to getting all of the heart healthy or cancer fighting benefits out of that garlic is to allow it to sit for ten or fifteen minutes after you chop it or you crush it or mince it and it actually releases an enzyme which allows it to be more nutritious for us so once you let it. Rask then you can go ahead throw it into a pan and let it do its magic. That's super interesting because I have always just chopped the garlic and then boom right into the pan with the onions and everything like that so I think I like. I know I'd really took that Pearl away from you. That the time I heard you say that. Yeah we just have to be a little patient so then throw it on in and let it do. Its thing so my name is Maryanne. I am a farm to table chef and culinary nutrition educator with a company called the cooks cure and I work with nutritional weight and wellness to create some really fun cooking classes We developed some recipes and teach clients how to put their meal plans into practice into the kitchen. Yes and isn't that kind of that's the key thing is like you have all this knowledge about foods what they do for you but then how do you translate that into actually getting it onto your plate exactly? Yeah exactly so yeah. Marianne you mentioned the cooking classes that you offered in and we were able to get those in just before all the stay at home order stuff went into place. I know that it was a big request from a lot of our clients for many years to get some sort of education or just some sort of class around that and as soon as we opened it up for the masses to be able to enroll those classes filled up immediately we knew there was a demanded an interest for that and according to the reviews everyone really loved these classes for one reason or another and some people enjoyed learning the new recipes. Others said that they love the time saving tips. And I promise for those of you with local here to the twin cities that we will be offering these classes again as soon as we're all able to safely get back into meeting as a large group But Marianne you know I wasn't able to attend those classes. But do you remember anything in particular or one or two things that really people seem to look into? It really seem to hit home for people that they were able to take away. Absolutely we all had a lot of fun. They were great classes. They were full and And you know it was great is we had beginners and people that love to cook all in the same room and we learned from each other and we asked each other questions. It was fantastic and the other little nuggets. That was fun was Exposing people to vegetables that they might not try normally we. We tend to get into these these ruts and and in our routine of eating the same vegetables. So introducing something. A little unusual was really fun and everybody was really curious and I so enjoyed that was. It was a ton of fun so so I hope that we get back very soon too so that we can do those classes again and so you know now. That restaurants are closed indefinitely and people are staying at home. Almost everybody is dusting off their slow cookers and their instant pots. They're pulling out that collection of cookbooks and they're getting back into the kitchen. Which is a fantastic thing for me. It's the thing that I love so I'm thrilled. That people are doing that in so today. Leeann and I want to share some recipes and cooking tips and some reasons why cooking the weight and wellness way is changing lives here and all around the world. Yes I've been hearing that from clients to mary-anne that it's you know we're we're kind of forced into necessity at this point to actually have to dust off those aprons and get some of that cooking equipment and and dust off of skills a little bit absolutely. Yeah and right now. We want to touch on a few reasons. Why cooking the weight and wellness way or cooking and eating that real food at home is so much better for you and your family's health so I mean as a as a Dietitian I like some technical and the logical reasons to avoid cooking with those unfair refined fats and oils and on dishing up nutrition. We have said so many times that it is best to avoid the refined factory fats and oils in those foods and to actually eat for your house. Oh Marianne wants you just at least mention what some of those Refined oils are. You are so right Leah. So some of those really unhealthy refined oils that some people might find are soybean vegetable canola corn and cotton seed oil and nutritional weight and wellness. We recommend avoiding these refined fats and replacing them with real natural beneficial fats. Such as butter olive oil coconut oil avocado oil and even Bacon Grease or Lard Yum. Yeah the kind that our great grandparents used to us as to have a little coffee. Coffee can underneath the same and either Greece. Definitely so go to your cupboard and read the label on each oil and if you are still cooking with these refined damaging fats maybe now is the time to walk over to the garbage can toss out each bottle one by one and say to yourself. I am done using damage factory-made fats and oils. Yeah are a perfect will Maryanne. Let's put a pin in that for a second. We have to go to break the. You're listening to dishing up nutrition and today we're sharing a number of reasons why many people are cooking the weight and wellness way. And we'RE GONNA BE PROVIDING SOME TIPS TO HELP YOU. Make the most of your time in the kitchen. So we'll be right back going back to dishing up nutrition. I've worked in many restaurants and I've worked every station in those restaurants and one of the tricks that I learned was to always have lots of onions celery and carrots chopped because they are often the foundation of so many recipes and I'd like to add them to a lot of the recipes. I'm preparing and always have homemade bone broth to use in soups or anywhere recipe calls for water. That's my little trick to add a little nutrients and I usually add bone broth to add more protein and to make it more nutritious

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

05:30 min | 7 months ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Know we like to educate about all aspects of nutrition to make sure we're presenting accurate information. We really look carefully at the research to make sure that it's pure and not influenced by. Who's funding the study today? We want to start the show by reading a couple of statements from Dr Mark Kinds new book. It's called food. What the Heck should I cook? You may have heard of his other book food. What the heck should I eat now? He has one about cooking before we do that. I'll just quickly introduce myself and our topic. My name is Kara carper. I'm a licensed nutritionist. And I have a master's degree in holistic health and I'm a certified nutrition specialist. Today's topic is what to eat to manage anxiety. I know this topic very well. If anyone knows me you may know that I have struggled with anxiety but also it's because every day I work to practice what I'm eating to manage anxiety since the corona virus outbreak. It seems that nearly everyone's anxiety level is off the charts absolutely. It almost feels like our world has been turned upside down while it sort of has and people who are anxious before are now are there now. Highly anxious I would say. They're even scared definitely scared. I think there's a lot of fear worry and anxiety coin on and today we want to share some food and nutrition habits that will support your nervous system in your brain function. And we're also going to talk about some foods that might be interfering with calming your nervous system and your brain function so we have a lot of work cut out for us today and I would also I also want to introduce my wonderful co host. And we'll go ahead and get started. Caroline Hudson is with me. She's a registered and licensed Dietitian. She's a many years of experience working with clients of all ages and a variety of health issues. While good morning everyone you know. Also since the corona virus outbreak more and more people are concerned about trying to maintain a very strong immune system in Dr Mark. Hyman new book food. What the heck should I cook he wrote? Science confirms that Poor Diet can create poverty violence and social injustice due to its effect on behavior. Isn't that interesting? That's very interesting. I don't think a lot of people think of food in that way as as having any influence on those aspects right behavior so it is clear that each of us has a different immune system and our daily food. Choices are a key factor in maintaining a strong immune function boyd. We ever need this information today. Don't we so? There are several possible reasons for having a lower functioning immune system so some of those reasons may be ongoing stress or eating a poor diet. Obesity lack of sleep. Oh I don't know about you but I've been a little bit struggling with sleep or lack of physical activity. All gyms are close so we gotta get out there and do some do some good activities. Right don't walking at least so or not eating sufficient amounts of protein. What we're trying to say is to have a strong immune system you need to address all of these aspects of your health. Your immune function is so much more than just taking a little extra vitamin C. Isn't that true? I mean if you're not sleeping and you're eating poorly you're highly stressed and not able to exercise or you have to hear your gym clothes and you haven't figured out another routine taking vitamin C. Is kind of. It's kind of pointless you kind of you can't supplement your way out of a guy and lifestyle right. Yeah I think one of Dr Hammond's most powerful in meaningful statements in his book was what we put on our fork at every meal either has the power to transform our health and the economy reverse climate change and environmental damage and help reduce poverty violence social injustice and more and you know really the caroline again. That's a new thought. But how we how we eat really affects our brain chemistry our moods or behaviors and just kind of how we go about our life. Yeah I'd like put at what we put on our full. Yeah right right really should be thinking about at every single time. You put your phone to something. Am I helping? My Body is supporting my body. And my brain hurting it at nutritional weight and wellness we believe the more you understand about good nutrition and the more that you practice positive.

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What to Eat to Manage Anxiety

Dishing Up Nutrition

05:08 min | 7 months ago

What to Eat to Manage Anxiety

"Today? We want to start the show by reading a couple of statements from Dr Mark Kinds new book. It's called food. What the Heck should I cook? You may have heard of his other book food. What the heck should I eat now? He has one about cooking before we do that. I'll just quickly introduce myself and our topic. My name is Kara carper. I'm a licensed nutritionist. And I have a master's degree in holistic health and I'm a certified nutrition specialist. Today's topic is what to eat to manage anxiety. I know this topic very well. If anyone knows me you may know that I have struggled with anxiety but also it's because every day I work to practice what I'm eating to manage anxiety since the corona virus outbreak. It seems that nearly everyone's anxiety level is off the charts absolutely. It almost feels like our world has been turned upside down while it sort of has and people who are anxious before are now are there now. Highly anxious I would say. They're even scared definitely scared. I think there's a lot of fear worry and anxiety coin on and today we want to share some food and nutrition habits that will support your nervous system in your brain function. And we're also going to talk about some foods that might be interfering with calming your nervous system and your brain function so we have a lot of work cut out for us today and I would also I also want to introduce my wonderful co host. And we'll go ahead and get started. Caroline Hudson is with me. She's a registered and licensed Dietitian. She's a many years of experience working with clients of all ages and a variety of health issues. While good morning everyone you know. Also since the corona virus outbreak more and more people are concerned about trying to maintain a very strong immune system in Dr Mark. Hyman new book food. What the heck should I cook he wrote? Science confirms that Poor Diet can create poverty violence and social injustice due to its effect on behavior. Isn't that interesting? That's very interesting. I don't think a lot of people think of food in that way as as having any influence on those aspects right behavior so it is clear that each of us has a different immune system and our daily food. Choices are a key factor in maintaining a strong immune function boyd. We ever need this information today. Don't we so? There are several possible reasons for having a lower functioning immune system so some of those reasons may be ongoing stress or eating a poor diet. Obesity lack of sleep. Oh I don't know about you but I've been a little bit struggling with sleep or lack of physical activity. All gyms are close so we gotta get out there and do some do some good activities. Right don't walking at least so or not eating sufficient amounts of protein. What we're trying to say is to have a strong immune system you need to address all of these aspects of your health. Your immune function is so much more than just taking a little extra vitamin C. Isn't that true? I mean if you're not sleeping and you're eating poorly you're highly stressed and not able to exercise or you have to hear your gym clothes and you haven't figured out another routine taking vitamin C. Is kind of. It's kind of pointless you kind of you can't supplement your way out of a guy and lifestyle right. Yeah I think one of Dr Hammond's most powerful in meaningful statements in his book was what we put on our fork at every meal either has the power to transform our health and the economy reverse climate change and environmental damage and help reduce poverty violence social injustice and more and you know really the caroline again. That's a new thought. But how we how we eat really affects our brain chemistry our moods or behaviors and just kind of how we go about our life. Yeah I'd like put at what we put on our full. Yeah right right really should be thinking about at every single time. You put your phone to something. Am I helping? My Body is supporting my body. And my brain hurting it

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

11:27 min | 8 months ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Today. We're going to explain a rather complex. And maybe it's unfamiliar term for many of you and that term is called the micro bio him and if you're a nutrition follower you more than likely have seen this term around whether it's blog articles you've read or podcast. Listen to but we want to take some time this morning to explain and explore and hopefully answer some questions around this concept of what exactly the microbiome is and how does it affect our health. If you'd like more information about the microbiome after this show you can go to our website which is weight and wellness dot com and read a blog article that I just wrote and we posted. I believe it was just last week on our website so the blog is titled. What is the microbiome? What does it do? And how does it keep us healthy? I know I've talked to a few clients of mine who have already read that and think it's just a really great resource so kudos on on putting that together and making it easier for our for followers in our listeners. To to kind of dive into this topic well thank. You shall be appreciate that. It took many hours actually more than I expected to get that blog together but it came together actually fairly nicely so in between that researching and the writing and trying to wrap my hat around this concept of the microbiome you know I I think I have a decent handle on what the microbiome is and just some of those impacts on our health but I also just want to preface this or throw this out there early in the show here that the study of our gut health in the microbiome. It's still a relatively new scientific field. Only the last fifteen to twenty years. We really had some firepower into the research behind this right. So there's things there's definitely a lot of things that we know but my guess is that there's a heck of a lot out there that we don't know exactly so we're going to hopefully break down some of those things that we do know for our listeners. This morning help translate that and give people some topics or some ideas on how we can make an impact on that microbiome right. Yeah so again. What is the microbiome And My name. I'll introduce myself now. I'm Leah Klein showed. I'm a registered and licensed Dietitian is see clients at our Mendota Heights location a few days a week. And you've heard her voice now but I have shelby Olsen who is in the studio with me as a co host. This morning shelby is a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in applied clinical nutrition and she works with clients in our. Why's that a location? So we're kind of on the opposite side of the world for those of you who live in the twin cities Leah's than Mendota Heights. I'm in ways that we don't get to see each other very often but I thought it was really interesting. Li You and I both did our undergraduate degree in exercise science and then we went onto a master's program in clinical nutrition. And here we are getting to kind of nerd out over the microbial salute. So I hope that we can share some of our insights and some of OUR PASSION FOR HELPING PEOPLE UNDERSTAND. How Micro Ma how? The microbiome affects their health. And what you can do to keep your microbiome working for you not against you. Good morning everyone. Of course I'm excited to be in the studio here. I believe that understanding the microbiome helps us to see what's going on with our health but as humans. We are mostly made up of microbes. All of you a Germaphobe out here stick with US may surprise you that we as humans are mostly made up of microbes. In fact we have over one hundred trillion microbes both on the inside and outside of our bodies. And if you're thinking Micros what is that? Those are the tiny living things that are actually too small to see with the naked eye. But there on your skin there in your mouth or in that sinus cavity they're even in your intestinal tract really everywhere on the inside and the outside of your body and we know as we learn more about this research. We have more microbes in our body than we have human cells because there are are approximately ten microbes for every human cell that we have in our body. That's just those numbers one hundred trillion ten ten times more microbes for every human. Sell those numbers. You almost can't comprehend that. And the majority of those microbes live in our digestive system especially in the large intestinal tract or the colon. So I'm sure you've heard some of the names of these microbes like bacteria fungi protozoa and even viruses but in most cases when people hear bacteria or fungi or virus they automatically associate that with bad health or disease right. We've been hearing a lot about the corona virus clearly not something that We associate with good health but we are learning that not all bacteria not all microbes are all are bad for our health So that's really where we want to set that foundation for our discussion today. Absolutely yeah. There's some that they're more. They're more neutral but some that even work for us like you said earlier shelby. They work for us not necessarily against us. They actually help. Keep the bad guys in check right. So when we say the word microbiome. That's the good the bad. The ugly is a collection of bacteria viruses fungus. All of the above Yep absolutely so now that we know what microbes are so shall we did a nice job. Introducing that topic and some of the names of those microbes. Let me tell you now. So here's more scientific nerdy term for microbiome. We know the microbiome is all the genetic material that makes up all of these microbes. So all of those bacteria the fungi the protozoa viruses. Then those guys again. They live on our body. They live inside our body. This is all the genetic material that make up these microbes. So these microbes that are in the microbiome. They help us do a lot of things. So number. One first and foremost they help us digest our food. They help us break it. Down absorb everything like that. I think people have have started to buy into that idea a little bit more about you. Know breaking down our food or affecting our digestive system but tell us a little bit more because there are some other ideas about the microbiome right right so another huge concept about the microbiome and what they do for us is that it regulates our immune system. We know and I talked to my clients about this all the time about. What is it? Seventy eighty percent of our immune system is in that lining of our digestive tract especially our intestinal track. So we need all those. We need that like you said the good the bad the ugly all of that really lends itself to building up our immune system and keeping some of those bad guys at bay. So what? I'm hearing you say Leah. Is that if you have tummy troubles. You may actually be more likely to get a colder afloat definitely idea for you listeners. Yeah I'm going to share a little bit about that in my story little later on this show so I have some personal history with that but the microbiome also you know a protects us against the bad guys and it helps us produce some of our nutrients some of our vitamin specifically B twelve so might even be twelve Thiamine Riboflavin which are a couple other of our B. Vitamins and even vitamin K right. So it's very interesting that actually they we don't always necessarily get all of these nutrients from the food itself but from some of these microbes right and as I was researching for the show. I was thinking to myself. Well are the microbes on my skin. The same ones that are in my gut rate because we actually have lots of different microbes on our skin as that protective layer. It's not just a physical barrier. We actually have the bacteria the fungi. You know. Some of these other microbes on our skin so the short answer is no the different parts of our body all have different and distinct kind of communities or I sometimes call them. Families of microbes skin has their group or their family of microbes. The Vagina has a different family The intestinal tract has a different family of microbes. Each type of microbe likes to stay with their group or their family Much like humans do right. Yeah I've been don't travel too far out of that group typically right. Yeah and another interesting fact. Is that the microbiome from person to person differs so your microbiome. Shelby is not the same as mine. Ryan it's not the same as your husband's even the same my husband so lots of differentiation and individuality between people and that can even differ between twins identical twins are fraternal twins. They don't have the same microbiomes. Even though especially identical twins have that same genetic makeup right. Yeah right Researchers found that the microbiome in the intestinal tract from obese. Twins is different from lean twins. Oh Yeah so interesting right so I think actually will put a pin in that and come back to that on the other side of break. Yeah that sounds like a good idea. Okay I think we want to talk about them. A little. Bit Of -solutely. Yes so you're listening to dishing up nutrition and last week nutritional weight and wellness was featured on the TV program twin cities lie with Elizabeth recent. Steve Patterson we invite you to watch this interview. So if you didn't catch it live. We have this on our website at weight and wellness dot com. The story was about how madeline who is able to eliminate her back pain many years ago by eating real food so madeline was. Kinda the star of that show One of our nutrition therapy counselors. Melania many of you have heard her voice here on the show before she also was featured to share her simple take on food which she teaches to her clients in office and also in the classes that she teaches and she teaches that some foods really are harmful and some foods are healing so we encourage our students and our clients who always make that choice to eat the healing foods. Just as Madeleine did yeah. We'll be right back. Welcome back to dishing up.

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What Is the Microbiome and How Does It Affect Our Health?

Dishing Up Nutrition

09:38 min | 8 months ago

What Is the Microbiome and How Does It Affect Our Health?

"Today. We're going to explain a rather complex. And maybe it's unfamiliar term for many of you and that term is called the micro bio him and if you're a nutrition follower you more than likely have seen this term around whether it's blog articles you've read or podcast. Listen to but we want to take some time this morning to explain and explore and hopefully answer some questions around this concept of what exactly the microbiome is and how does it affect our health. If you'd like more information about the microbiome after this show you can go to our website which is weight and wellness dot com and read a blog article that I just wrote and we posted. I believe it was just last week on our website so the blog is titled. What is the microbiome? What does it do? And how does it keep us healthy? I know I've talked to a few clients of mine who have already read that and think it's just a really great resource so kudos on on putting that together and making it easier for our for followers in our listeners. To to kind of dive into this topic well thank. You shall be appreciate that. It took many hours actually more than I expected to get that blog together but it came together actually fairly nicely so in between that researching and the writing and trying to wrap my hat around this concept of the microbiome you know I I think I have a decent handle on what the microbiome is and just some of those impacts on our health but I also just want to preface this or throw this out there early in the show here that the study of our gut health in the microbiome. It's still a relatively new scientific field. Only the last fifteen to twenty years. We really had some firepower into the research behind this right. So there's things there's definitely a lot of things that we know but my guess is that there's a heck of a lot out there that we don't know exactly so we're going to hopefully break down some of those things that we do know for our listeners. This morning help translate that and give people some topics or some ideas on how we can make an impact on that microbiome right. Yeah so again. What is the microbiome And My name. I'll introduce myself now. I'm Leah Klein showed. I'm a registered and licensed Dietitian is see clients at our Mendota Heights location a few days a week. And you've heard her voice now but I have shelby Olsen who is in the studio with me as a co host. This morning shelby is a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in applied clinical nutrition and she works with clients in our. Why's that a location? So we're kind of on the opposite side of the world for those of you who live in the twin cities Leah's than Mendota Heights. I'm in ways that we don't get to see each other very often but I thought it was really interesting. Li You and I both did our undergraduate degree in exercise science and then we went onto a master's program in clinical nutrition. And here we are getting to kind of nerd out over the microbial salute. So I hope that we can share some of our insights and some of OUR PASSION FOR HELPING PEOPLE UNDERSTAND. How Micro Ma how? The microbiome affects their health. And what you can do to keep your microbiome working for you not against you. Good morning everyone. Of course I'm excited to be in the studio here. I believe that understanding the microbiome helps us to see what's going on with our health but as humans. We are mostly made up of microbes. All of you a Germaphobe out here stick with US may surprise you that we as humans are mostly made up of microbes. In fact we have over one hundred trillion microbes both on the inside and outside of our bodies. And if you're thinking Micros what is that? Those are the tiny living things that are actually too small to see with the naked eye. But there on your skin there in your mouth or in that sinus cavity they're even in your intestinal tract really everywhere on the inside and the outside of your body and we know as we learn more about this research. We have more microbes in our body than we have human cells because there are are approximately ten microbes for every human cell that we have in our body. That's just those numbers one hundred trillion ten ten times more microbes for every human. Sell those numbers. You almost can't comprehend that. And the majority of those microbes live in our digestive system especially in the large intestinal tract or the colon. So I'm sure you've heard some of the names of these microbes like bacteria fungi protozoa and even viruses but in most cases when people hear bacteria or fungi or virus they automatically associate that with bad health or disease right. We've been hearing a lot about the corona virus clearly not something that We associate with good health but we are learning that not all bacteria not all microbes are all are bad for our health So that's really where we want to set that foundation for our discussion today. Absolutely yeah. There's some that they're more. They're more neutral but some that even work for us like you said earlier shelby. They work for us not necessarily against us. They actually help. Keep the bad guys in check right. So when we say the word microbiome. That's the good the bad. The ugly is a collection of bacteria viruses fungus. All of the above Yep absolutely so now that we know what microbes are so shall we did a nice job. Introducing that topic and some of the names of those microbes. Let me tell you now. So here's more scientific nerdy term for microbiome. We know the microbiome is all the genetic material that makes up all of these microbes. So all of those bacteria the fungi the protozoa viruses. Then those guys again. They live on our body. They live inside our body. This is all the genetic material that make up these microbes. So these microbes that are in the microbiome. They help us do a lot of things. So number. One first and foremost they help us digest our food. They help us break it. Down absorb everything like that. I think people have have started to buy into that idea a little bit more about you. Know breaking down our food or affecting our digestive system but tell us a little bit more because there are some other ideas about the microbiome right right so another huge concept about the microbiome and what they do for us is that it regulates our immune system. We know and I talked to my clients about this all the time about. What is it? Seventy eighty percent of our immune system is in that lining of our digestive tract especially our intestinal track. So we need all those. We need that like you said the good the bad the ugly all of that really lends itself to building up our immune system and keeping some of those bad guys at bay. So what? I'm hearing you say Leah. Is that if you have tummy troubles. You may actually be more likely to get a colder afloat definitely idea for you listeners. Yeah I'm going to share a little bit about that in my story little later on this show so I have some personal history with that but the microbiome also you know a protects us against the bad guys and it helps us produce some of our nutrients some of our vitamin specifically B twelve so might even be twelve Thiamine Riboflavin which are a couple other of our B. Vitamins and even vitamin K right. So it's very interesting that actually they we don't always necessarily get all of these nutrients from the food itself but from some of these microbes right and as I was researching for the show. I was thinking to myself. Well are the microbes on my skin. The same ones that are in my gut rate because we actually have lots of different microbes on our skin as that protective layer. It's not just a physical barrier. We actually have the bacteria the fungi. You know. Some of these other microbes on our skin so the short answer is no the different parts of our body all have different and distinct kind of communities or I sometimes call them. Families of microbes skin has their group or their family of microbes. The Vagina has a different family The intestinal tract has a different family of microbes. Each type of microbe likes to stay with their group or their family Much like humans do right. Yeah I've been don't travel too far out of that group typically right. Yeah and another interesting fact. Is that the microbiome from person to person differs so your microbiome. Shelby is not the same as mine. Ryan it's not the same as your husband's even the same my husband so lots of differentiation and individuality between people

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

10:29 min | 8 months ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Joining me as our co host. This morning is Caroline Hudson who's also registered and licensed Dietitian and has been working in the field of nutrition for a very long time. She has a wide range of employment opportunities and diverse clientele. I think she's very wise Dealt with a variety of health issues In fairly recently about three weeks ago caroline add hip replacement surgery because she wants to keep up with her mother who eggs the lake superior trails and I forgot to mention that. Her mother is ninety two years old and loves to hike. I think that's fantastic. I kinda WANNA be her. Yeah she loves a Kayak too crazy. Good Carolyn. You had hip surgery just three weeks ago. Yes yeah and you're already back to work. You're looking good looking spry thank you. How did you so quickly? Oh yeah you know I R? I went back to work almost Earlier this week so just a little over two weeks. in recovery so I feel like I'm doing great. I even walk without my cane. If I'm not out on those icy icy patches of roadway or whatever but Minnesota the challenge. Yeah but we have a great morning today. Don't we do? Hopefully all of our listeners. Here in Minnesota will be able to enjoy this weekend so good morning. Everyone Good Morning Melanie. Good morning to all of our listeners. And I'm really happy to be here this morning You know I I think I recovered really well. Because I was even more diligent with the way I eat on more than normal. You know mutually pretty pretty good but I didn't you know after right. I didn't have any processed food anemone sugar. I really limited by carbs because the carbs gluten things like that now pasta and all of that they really cause inflammation in my body and many people's body. I ate a lot of protein and a lot of vegetables and of course really high quality protein and up to my supplements. I started taking more mega threes. So a mega threes help decrease that inflammation. I took more magnesium and added the injury and surgical support formula to my regimen and that formula contains really crucial micronutrient nutrients like vitamin C. The B. Vitamins Zinc Vitamin E. Glucose Amino and MSN and it's supports ports. Cellular Health Joint Health cartilage tendons ligaments. All of those things are important. My hip surgery. I mean they're they're like cutting into you and cutting parts out so you need all of those things and the other thing is. I made sure I got adequate sleep. I even took a little time off work before the surgery and had a little bit of a vacation so I just really concentrated me and I mean we're talking how `bout You know all the medications that they give you in the hospital and I thought it was fascinating that you were saying. They came in with anti nausea. You're like Nope I'm good. They came in with stool softeners. Nope I'm good. They came in with so that is so impressive. They didn't like it too much because they had already broken. Open the blister packs or whatever they're in and they said well we have to throw them away and I said well that's okay. Just throw them away. I don't I don't need that I don't want it so great. I love that So both let's go back to topic both cancer and obesity are serious health risks. Let's look at some data about the increased rate of obesity. The National Adult Great in two thousand sixteen was almost forty percent. This is even sadder that child obesity rate was just under twenty percent nationwide so obesity has increased by seventy percent over the past thirty years for adults and children by eighty. Five percents crazy. What does that mean in reality? It means four out of ten adults over. The age of twenty are considered obese. Carolyn O. That's just oh then the thought of that is just you know. Are we headed? Yeah where are we headed? And we see every day but You know it's really scary. So the American Cancer Society estimates that forty eight hundred new cancer cases are diagnosed each day each day. That's nearly five thousand cases daily so the lifetime probability of being diagnosed with cancer is slightly more than one out of three people. Wow how that's really scary. So researches found that about five percent of cancers in men and about eleven percent of cancers in women can be attributed to excess body weight however the connection between weight and cancer can be quite complicated so some studies suggest that on the risk for some cancers if he'd appear to be more for people who are overweight as a child or as a young adult so. I think this is really alarming because as you just said over the past thirty years the obesity rate for children has increased by eighty five percents. So where are we headed? Where and you know I love. I love where we're going in our society when it comes to decreasing fat shaming and decreasing The all of the the love your body as its as it is and I love that however we have to look a little deeper in. Are you putting your health at risk? Because that's really what's important here. Loving yourself is fantastic and But we WANNA look at. What is the risk factors attributed to obesity? And when I think back to my elementary school days it really was very rare to have more than Really one overweight child and class but today teachers tell us that many children need classroom are overweight or obese. And you have to ask. Does this mean as these children are aging that they're at a higher cancer? Risk It could go very high so that. That's the scary place. Yeah it really is so listeners. You might be wondering. So how does obesity actually cause cancer? So let me see if I can explain this a little bit so we all understand. The risk You are taking. If you're carrying extra body fat. You know many people who are overweight frequently. Stop looking in the mirror you know. That's not very comfortable right or they refused to be weighed or they you know they. They won't way themselves and they won't themselves at the doctors. I don't want that lecture Yeah No of course not or maybe. These people stop shopping for clothes until they lose some weight. A man like I hear that I'm not gonNA shop because I need to lose some weight and we've all exactly but do they lose the weight. Unfortunately that just doesn't happen and as Dietitians. We've heard it all right now but I don't think most people realize that extra body fat is really increasing. Their risk for cancer perhaps to really seriously Understand a about losing weight. Many people who are overweight or obese half to realize the results from these decades now of research it's involving millions of people and this research clearly shows the link between being overweight or being obese and getting cancer. So what I want you to realize. Is that being overweight or obese is much more serious than just how you look how you look in the Mirror. Of course of course once again How could be in a way cause cancer? Let's look at the biochemistry for better understanding our listeners. Fat Cells make extra hormones more growth factors and inflammation. And when you have extra fat is specially around the liver pancreas heart and kidneys the fact consistently sends out messages to the rest of your body. Let's talk more about this when we come back from break. It's time you're listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness a study conducted. Seventeen years ago by the American Cancer Society found after studying nine hundred thousand American adults for sixteen years that most obese women had a sixty two percent increase risk for dying from cancer than the women of normal weight. The increase for obese men was fifty two percent higher risk. Today we want to explain. Why extra weight increases the risk of developing cancer? We'll be right back. Well welcome back to dishing up.

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The Link Between Obesity and Cancer

Dishing Up Nutrition

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

The Link Between Obesity and Cancer

"I WANNA share an interesting fact from the American Cancer Society. Excess Body weight is linked to eight percent of all the cancers. The American Cancer Society reported that the link between obesity and cancer risk is clear actually excess body fat increases your risk for several types of cancers including colorectal cancer breast. Uterine kidney pancreatic at Safa. Gio Cancer's good morning listeners. I am Melanie Beasley a registered and licensed Dietitian and because I had breast cancer Several years ago. I'm always on the lookout for the latest research about cancer prevention and the

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Mindful Eating During the Holidays

Dishing Up Nutrition

02:23 min | 10 months ago

Mindful Eating During the Holidays

"Today we will be sharing our thoughts and ideas on how to stay mindful of your goals and your personal health plan. During during the holidays many of you have made it. This far in the holiday season successfully avoiding the high sugar treats that are in abundance in abundance everywhere. Everywhere you go. Hopefully we can help you. Say No to the fudge the Christmas cookies and the bars on this final stretch into the new year and and say yes to the food. That makes you feel alive and full of energy joining us today. As the CO host is Britney Vincent who is also so a registered and licensed Dietitian. Some of you may recall from an earlier. Dishing up nutrition show that Britney is expecting her first baby and how many Months two months two months. It's so soon is so soon it's crazy. You can be sure that Brittany is very mindful of her food. Choices says especially now during the holidays. Good morning everyone yes. I have been very mindful. Sino that eating fudge judge is probably GONNA make my blood sugar crash especially being pregnant my blood sugars more sensitive so that leaves me feeling lightheaded. Maybe foggy Christmas cookies with gluten makes bloated constipated sometimes might even trigger migraine. Sounds lovely right. No kidding knowing those things it's easier for me to just say no. Thank you and when you develop develop the mindset that food you each give you energy and a sense of wellbeing the making those correct choices for your body is a lot easier you know. I had this conversation with the client a couple of days ago and she used to have the mindset. That sugar is poison. And that's what she would say to herself when she sauce. Sugar but sugar snuck back into her life and she was telling me she really needs to go back to that mindset because because then it was just so much easier to say no right. It's just off the table. We ought poison. We don't need your When I teach the nutrition for weight loss classes says I often hear this? How can I stay on a healthy eating plan through the holidays?

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"You may currently have that may be holding you back from your health and your weight loss goals and Theresa Wagner who is also registered in licensed Dietitian isn't studio with me this morning earning theresa. How many years have you been helping clients that nutritional weight wellness welcome Morning Mall? I'm excited to be here with you this morning. It's fun to see each other yeah so to answer your question. I've been teaching in counseling clients at Nutritional Satan Wellness for the past four years so time goes by pretty quickly doesn't seem like it could be that long already. Many of my clients are surprised that are teaching and counseling style quite often. A new client will come in thinking. I'm just gonNa tell them you you know start to count calories or track those Fat Grams Start Drinking Diet soda but that's really the furthest thing from what we teach <hes> we help our clients look at their current habits and their behaviors into regards to what they're eating and drinking and and we also have them look at how well that they are sleeping and help them if they're not able to sleep well to sleep butter. Everybody needs that yes. I always say to my clients. You may know that eating a balance of real foods is best for you but if you're constantly driving through the fast food lane ordering pizza to be delivered you are stuck in old unhealthy eating habits so let's try and find out why you're eating this way so that you can truly truly understand the negative side effects of this habit we can help you adopt better eating lifestyle lifestyle habits and we call this self-care habits for health and weight loss yes and today we want go over some of the habits that might be holding you back from losing weight and then maybe suggest some new habits to help prepare you forward so that we can reach those goals. Absolutely that's our goal we will even discuss how and why you got into some of these unhealthy habits in the first place. I think that's important <hes> for instance. Do you know what the biochemical reason that you got into ordering that coffee MOCHA and the cookie at three P._M.. A._M. Every afternoon some of you have given up the cookie but are you still picking up that coffee MOCHA that Caramel macchiato. What is your body saying to you while now have you heard or read some of the research that says forty percent of what we do every day is based on habits yes and not an actual decisions that we make yes so forty percent of what we do is based on her habit one great example all of this is we brush their teeth every day at bedtime? It's just automatic you wash your face..

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

16:23 min | 1 year ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"I'm a registered licensed Dietitian. My Co host this morning is Joanne right out who is also a registered and licensed Dietitian and today Joanna and I want to explore or the connection between many different chronic health problems and either having a gluten sensitivity or having the full blown genetic autoimmune disease called ILIAC disease. That's right and perhaps so you have seen all of the gluten free products in the grocery stores. You might be wondering what is the fuss about eating all those gluten grains and we hear that question. What is the fuss over gluten why all these gluten free three people right exactly and some people tend to think it's a fad and we'll address that and we'll debunk any myths that it's a fad today but before we start that conversation I want to sort of give you the brief description option or differences between Celia disease and gluten sensitivity and then I whilst also want to explain just briefly the similarities so when we talk about seal EAC disease as I mentioned earlier? It's a genetic condition so oh it typically runs in families. It's also an autoimmune disease so that means your body is attacking itself. Both of my children have seal EAC disease so if they get even chrome of gluten. Their body starts attacking their own intestinal Austin track. That's what's ILIAC disease does when we look at a gluten sensitivity. One of the differences is that your body doesn't attack itself. It attacks the gluten so I I think all the years that I was eating gluten Joanne before I figured out I have a gluten sensitivity and really and maybe you can relate. I was eating gluten at every step of the day. Yeah you know it was a Bagel for breakfast. It was maybe some fruit fruit and pretzels those little low fat pretzels for a snack. It was passed at dinner so I visualize then in my intestines by body attacking that gluten like it was a bad virus or a bad germ. That's all out war pretty much twenty twenty four seven in your gut it is that creates a lot of damage and inflammation so our big theme today is that whether you have ILIAC disease or a gluten sensitivity over time both of these conditions can lead to many of the same chronic health problems so they're right there. I explained similarity and a difference and I would say the other similarity besides the fact that both of these conditions can late lead to a lot of the same health problems. Is that the remedy for both of these conditions conditions is the same the remedy right to one hundred percent great health is a one hundred percent gluten free diet and I have to say to you know I mentioned I have two kids with ILIAC disease. I have a non Celia Gluten Gluten sensitivity as you all know also registered Dietitian so I have the perfect storm there for creating this passion for staying on top of all of the research and learning all I can about ILIAC disease and gluten sensitivities as and I'll tell you that's no easy feat. I feel like every week there's more research on the topic of ILIAC disease gluten sensitivity and often these conditions are being connected to a variety of different autoimmune immune disorders. That's right that's right and in fact the July Twenty nineteen issue of the Journal of American College of Nutrition published a study titled a Peptide from Kiwifruit exerts exerts anti inflammatory effects in Celia Disease New Cosa so that's a long drawn out way but to say that you know they are still researching and they're still finding things that are going to be helpful things in real food exactly so seal EAC disease is an immune mediated disease of the intestine that is triggered by gluten and what does that really mean. It's simply means that gluten causes the immune system to overreact and cause an inflammatory response or inflammatory might be any kind of aches and pains the study found that a peptide in green kiwifruit helps to reduce just that inflammation chuckle candidate very interesting and I love research. I just find it interesting the different topics that the researchers come up with I mean how do you think of that..

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That's either Skype or on the phone, whatever. So joining me today in this discussion about weight loss habits is JoAnne right out. She's also a longtime registered and licensed dietician who works with our clients in ways that a- and maple grove. Good morning. Caroline and good morning to everyone out there. It's great to be here today before the snow star. That's another round of snow, right? Exactly. So caroline. You shared some shocking numbers about obesity. And now I'm going to share some alarming rates about diabetes as well. Because we live in and broadcast from Minnesota. I researched rates in Minnesota. And was very surprised to learn that type two diabetes rates in Minnesota have more than doubled since the year two thousand. Wow. Wow. That's amazing. Right. Yeah. The rate of type two diabetes was four percent of the adult population in in two thousand and sadly today, it is about eight point four percent of all adults in Minnesota. So it's even more interesting is that in nineteen sixty when back in the day when Elvis Presley was the American idol and both the very young and more mature audit audiences were enamored with him the type two diabetes rate was a mere one percent of the population. Wow. And now we're at what eight point four. Did you say, wow, really alarming thirty. Million Americans are now diabetic another eight point three million which is about. Yeah. I mean, it's a huge number also. Yeah. That are pre diabetic as.

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"And I'm a registered and licensed dietitian. I graduated from my nutrition program in Canada over thirty years ago. I'm not even gonna say how many more than thirty at this point. So I guess you could call me a very season dietitian. Actually, I prefer people think of me as having a lot of life experience, and a genuine understanding that changing your eating habits really doesn't come easy to the majority of people throughout the years. I've seen many diets recommended for weight loss and for heart health, and those are no longer considered safe today. So one of those diets that is now considered unsafe for most people is that low fat and high carb diet joining me today as our co host this morning is JoAnne right out. Who is also a registered and licensed dietitian and also graduated from her nutrition program, many years ago to hand how many years ago has it been for you? Yes, you're right. Many years ago more than thirty. Just like you. So I also have a lot of experience helping people with their nutrition over the years and Carolyn you mentioned that in the past twenty five to thirty years, we've seen so many different diet recommendations for both weight loss and heart health, and for many of you. I'm sure you were told to eat low fat and high carb foods to lower your cholesterol numbers. Unfortunately, we have found that really didn't work even as a dietitian for many years. I was also told that low fat high carb eating would lower my cholesterol tried to implement that. But in reality, my numbers continually climbed on that type of eating plan. So if you're confused we totally understand I truly believed in the low fat and high carb diet back then and was shocked when my cholesterol numbers kept climbing. Yes. So today, we really want to clear up some of those myths. And misconceptions about cholesterol and help you understand what those numbers really mean. That's right. And also good to know by the by the way, when I did change my diet and started eating real natural fats, and then cut out the bread pasta. Some of the high whole grains, my cholesterol levels began to lower. So I was able to get off my statin drug, then I had more energy fewer aches and pains. So listeners if you have a copy of your blood test results or you can.

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I'm Caroline Hudson. And I'm a registered and licensed dietitian, and I've been a dietitian since who. I'm almost afraid to admit this. Nineteen eighty so I have counseled hundreds and hundreds of people both young and old and one of the most important people. I share information with concerning bone health is of course, my mother, although my mother just turned ninety one years old, and she's still very very active. She explores hiking trails. She still get this one. She's still kayaks on lake superior. I am sure. The very next time. She's up at our family cabin. She's going to be strapping on her snowshoes to track in the woods behind our cabin. Because she is so active. She has many opportunities to tumble and fall. So she needs to have healthy and strong bones. So this morning, we want to share our bone health recommendations, so that you don't end up being one of the ten percent who die from a broken broken bone. That's right. And as we were preparing for today's show on osteoporosis and nutrition. I pondered the question why do Americans have such a high rate of osteoporosis? Of course, we believe that maybe it's because of what Americans are eating. And Michael Palin who is the author of indefens- of food. He also has several other well-known nutrition books. He found that Americans. Spend only twenty seven minutes, daily, cooking and four minutes cleaning up. Oh boy. Wow. I wish only four minutes. I wish my Allison. Mine was that best to. So they're means people might be just throwing away boxes from fast food or or a pizza box. Something from a takeout restaurant down the street. My cleanup is not anywhere close to format. But and Caroline, I both cook real food and the people who have four minute kitchen cleanup are not actually cooking their meal or maybe just heating something up. So have you figured out that fast, food, or processed food, or takeout food is not good for your bones? My name is JoAnne right out. I'm also a registered and licensed dietitian and like Carolyn have been practicing for thirty plus years. I have been helping people understand that nutrition is so much more than just counting calories and to lose weight..

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Today's world famous happening. Brings an amazing eclectic mix to the airwaves got that. Right. One of the reasons she's earned legions of loyal fans. Very simple. When you listen to the Frankie Boyer show. You just never know. What's going to happen? For civil Boyer. And welcome. It is so nice to have you with us right here on cannabis talked a to z an educational odyssey, and it is Frankie Boyer. Joining us, and we always love having Julie, she's a licensed dietitian, functional medicine expert, and she really wants to help people improve their health, and she has an infinite tool chest, you've remedies and she's been doing this for over three days working with individuals of all ages to help lined the route of their health ailments, and treat them naturally, and as an anti aging expert, and you have what's the deal with your your telomeres and sell your health. We need to talk about this. You've changed so much of your own health. But let's talk about this CBD world. We're living in now. And Julie welcome to the program. It's always a pleasure and tell us about the telomeres as well. We want to hear all. Thank you as always a pleasure to be here. The telomere is the tip of your DNA. So if your DNA strand looks like a shoelace, you know, that little plastic piece on the end of a sneaker chalets that the plastic pieces similar to what the telomere looks like on the DNA, and you know, how after a while. Some of the shoes are ready and the shoelace tip calls apart. Similarly that happens in the DNA until they measure that the telomere they measure the lanes and the presence of it like and what it looks like and they use that to judge your actual cellular age. So I had taken a telomere test. And it said that I had the cells of an eighteen year old and then three years later. It said I had the cells of the twelve year old. So I am aging in reverse my God of my secrets that is so amazing. Thank you. I love that as well. Really? It's just really a way of life. It's just helping people the same things that I'll be talking about today. Just making small changes feeling feeling better. Those are the things that move towards lowering your telomeres, just feeling better. You know? Tell me how. Is in this mix with our indoor can avenue it system. CV? I I don't know if all of your listeners about the Endo can have annoyed system. But basically the TVD comes from hemp, which is one of our best natural resources. We use it to make clothes and all kinds of things, and it doesn't need that much water to grow and CBD is an extra is a part of that. And it works in our body to just calm things down and improve the immune system and is doing so it elicits a compound, which is known as the bliss.

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on KCBS All News

"A device that lets you do away with that painful finger prick glucose test it's a patch you wear anywhere on your body that measures glucose levels without having to puncture the skin doctor adalina ellie is lead researcher at the university of bath basically drawing the glucose sue individual have fully coast because these are the presidential possibly for glucose when you apply electric field through the skin nothing the scheme but glucose is being thrown through headphones because these are being addressed excess individually and an imagine individually by individual sensors sensors that then wirelessly transmit to a monitor readings are taken every ten to fifteen minutes researchers tested on pigskin and on healthy human volunteers now comes refining design so we can last a full twenty four hours and then try it out on both diabetics and non diabetics alike hall kcbs well billions of americans regularly take vitamins da dah decades of scientific research has failed to prove that these capsules and tablets do anything to improve our health kcbs is rebecca corral takes a look at the latest assessments of our addiction to vitamins and minerals we spend billions on our daily dose of contrite and glucose amino fish oil multivitamins various herbal formulations minerals alas we know that taking a multi vitamin mineral supplement doesn't necessarily mean that's going to increase your life back on allow you to live longer we have research of that not to joan sal g blake clinical professor of health scientists and nutrition at boston university says while some people could benefit from a supplement it simply cannot replace a healthy diet is not just nutrients that you need but we actually need a healthy diet because the basics nutrients goofy abbadi tb skin healthy help your immune system but we also not a well balanced i also decrease your risk of heart disease certain cancers stroke and type two diabetes which is for the seven top leading causes of death in the united states appeal is not going to do that and in fact overdoing some vitamins could damage your body dr blake recommends you see a licensed dietician who can work with you to make sure you're eating exactly what you need to maintain your health rebecca.

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on WLAC

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on WLAC

"You in the clinical setting in the truth additional primary care office it's unbelievable to see it really is an and we have diabetes educators you know the rdc registered dieticians in are kind of the new breed nutritionist or the title nutritionists has just been loosely used over year the years in the dietetic association which i'm a huge fan of by the way now has registered dieticians in licensed in nutritionist in almost forty six states is only several states that just don't do either one and they really come on board and they have different board certifications indifference specialties like oncology nutrition pediatric nutrition sports nutrition and it's really great coming field so if you go to someone based on nutrition make sure you there there at least qualified in that area register dietician license dietician at some level boardcertified in nutrition something that you can count on it so they're not just winging it off of some book their red on a weekend very important however most people they're the diabetes educators now usually have these credentials during the hospitals they work with private clinics and they've done a survey and they found that even with all this education of people that are just ready to walk with you take you by the hand and help people still don't want to change and even even though they know that their eating habits there lifestyle habits have put them in the situation of having diabetes which can lead to unbelievable issues within the our health light chronic renal disease kidney failure losing toes and limbs neuropathy which is the nerve pain that goes down the leg in the feet or into the hands in all these different situations that can happen is a result of diabetes and people die of it it's a progressive disease.

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"licensed dietitian" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"licensed dietitian" Discussed on WLAC

"Educators you know the are dis registered dieticians in our kind of the new breed nutritionist or the title nutritionists has kind of just been loosely used over year the years in the american dietetic association which i'm a huge fan of by the way now has registered dieticians in licensed in nutritionist in almost forty six states is only several states that just don't do either one and they really come on board in they have different board certifications and specialties like oncology nutrition pediatric nutrition force nutrition and it's really a great coming field so if you go to someone based on nutrition make sure you there's there at least qualified in that area register dietician license dietician at some level board certified and nutrition something that you can count on so they're not just winging it off of some vote there red on a weekend very important however most people they're the diabetes educators now usually have these credentials during the hospitals that work with private clinics and the dentist survey and they found that even with all this education and people that are just ready to walk with you take you by the hand and help people still don't want to change and even even though oh they know that their eating habits their lifestyle habitant put them in the situation of having diabetes which can lead to unbelievable issues within the our health like chronic renal disease kidney failure losing toes and limbs neuropathy which is nerve pain that goes down the leg into the feat earned the hands in all these different situations that can happen as a result diabetes and people die of it it's a progressive disease but the masing part about diabetes is a traversable if if we're willing to change your lifestyle and that's the key so yes ask a question do you want to get well it really is the question and they basically asked that question to a survey of people they said nine out of ten of these people was like three thousand people to checked with the news it their obesity aggravated or caused diabetes yet seven out of ten said they were not willing to change really i mean think.

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