35 Burst results for "Registered Dietitian"

Is It Time To Stop Eating Meat

Food for Thought

05:14 min | Last month

Is It Time To Stop Eating Meat

"Hello, and thank you so much for tuning in defeat thought a podcast on a mission to equip you all with the evidence based advice you need to live and breathe a healthy lifestyle I'm ran Lambert registered nutritionist, bestselling author of Renar. She's simply to eat while and found every TRICIA in London's leading private nutrition clinic in each exit. I'm so lucky to be joined by special guests, all of whom can be considered authoritative voices in Hell so that together we can learn fact from fiction and empower the healthiest and happiest versions of ourselves with trusted expert advice. Curbing the world's huge anti increasing appetite for meat is essential to avoid devastating climate change according to the United Nations. Role Agriculture especially, meeting dairy accounts for seventy percent of global freshwater consumption that he eight percent of total land and nineteen percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Of Plant based dating becomes more prominent and increasing number of authoritative voices in nutrition and health a challenging conventional beliefs and the idea that one needs to eat animal products to be strong and healthy. This week's food for thought, sees registered. Dietitian Tanya Hoffner and die on the real truth behind meet on whether it's time for us all to stop eating it. Hello Tanya alone nights to be with you. Know, it's an absolute pleasure to have you on and to discuss such a ever evolving conversation I suppose because. I mean meet his debated heavily at the moment it seems to be in the media all the time. That is good that it's not good and if we're nutritionally looking at it, red meat is such a good source of protein in. So many ever micronutrients isn't it? So what exactly is within it that people are saying causes harm. Okay. So those are some of the great benefits that can be had from easing some mission the died the problem is that we too much in that's having dramatic impacts, not only on our health on knives and the economy. Through ill health, but also on our planet to but I really think before we focus on me we need to just put this into context of food itself because food is a single strong as lever to actually optimize our health and the environmental sustainability on earth. But the food that we are eighteen currently threatening boats over our selves and our planet and the unhealthy diets. Now pose a greater risk to our ill health and jets much greater than on safe sex alcohol drugs and tobacco combined. So it's huge. It's a huge issue we need radical transformation. While I when you put it like that I'm sure that's kind of a shocking stop full missed most of our listeners. Because if we do go back in time that, let's go back in history and millions of years ago when if we all going back to obviously the subject of meat because that's the episode in general but of course, our overall diet humans eight very different to what they know didn't mean even the role of meat then is different to how it is now. Yes I mean we've evolved as omnivores meaning this species of always actually Asian, and both plants an animal origins, and we've got that Dacian, right back to glacial periods. So humans hunted and killed animals for meat, and since that time gave is tremendous advantages because it's nutritionally dense. It's got a lot of new chance in a small CH it. We use less energy media justice than pump fruits, for example. So it's race advantages, but domestication of animals came in on. That was pretty good because even back, you know before the twentieth century, we had great diversity in our diet in many many plants and it's really only in the last twenty five fifty years. meet has become a bone of contention ratio politically culturally and otherwise and renounced answer your earlier question and process me toughest single biggest impact on the environment and of any type food, and they are the biggest contribution to greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation bio-diversity, awesome solution as well as land and water use. So they're very M. resort intensive but we over time I suppose have particularly recently as society has got richer. At where meat is kind of you know traditionally, we've had it whenever we celebrate something it's it's across. Cultures across the word that we we would have me but advocate Richard, we have more of us. And the highest May. Chichi countries would be Australia. Europe, Canada. For example and the last fifty years we've had intensive farming hunting offensive. Desire, we're. We're actually over consuming what we need.

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Tanya Zuckerbrot: The F-Factor Diet

The Here for Her Podcast

05:32 min | 2 months ago

Tanya Zuckerbrot: The F-Factor Diet

"Okay, so let's talk about a factor for people that are listening. Who may have never heard of this before? What is give us a little post? It note introduction short so f factor. The company is a health and wellness brand that was based on the factor diet, which was a book I wrote back in two, thousand six, and the factor diet is a disruptive liberating ineffective approach to weight loss and. Your health and it's based on the premise of fiber. Eat carbs day one, but unlike traditional carbs fiber as zero grams of CARBS, though it's found in carb's. I'll get into that a little bit five reds up metabolism feeling full, so that's the beauty of f factor is that you're eating carbs from day one, but you're able to lose weight without compromising your lifestyle, so it's a very lifestyle brand. Where your dining out from day one you're enjoying carves from day one. You're enjoying cocktails from day one and we even talked about the role that exercise should play, and that is probably. Probably one of the most liberating pillars of factor because we teach people that it's not how long you're working out. It's actually what you're doing, and we teach people how to probably work out. Let's look a greater return, so it's just very liberating approach, but if it wasn't producing results, it would all be smoke and mirrors, and probably had a business after a year, and the company's been around for twenty years and only growing. So Amazing? Okay, so I WANNA, go back a little because you are a registered Dietitian and I love your story. Can you share? How you found such a passionate nutritional wellness, and how you developed a factor, sure so I've always loved food and I think that. Really reveals itself when you see me doing all. My AG TV's an all the cooking videos because. At the core of F factor is my desire to. Deliver yummy food at still allows people to look and feel their best the space of weight loss I think. has you believing that it's like healthy food is tasteless food and. Through that taste, good is always fattening and F- factors. Theory is that if you give people yummy food that's healthy. That produces certain results. This can become a lifestyle so because I've always loved food and cooking I. think that's where F factors popularity drives from because people see like the passion, and when I say that always love food, I optical going to become a chef rather than a registered dietitian cooking, my whole life, not professionally, but more through passion like when I was five years old six years old from Julia. Child's like you know cookbooks. And when I was applying for my master's degree, I knew I want to be in the wellness space by thought. I really wanted a healthy gourmet shop that was gonna be my career path. The I was choosing between new universities, food and nutrition program. That was the masters, course there or the Culinary Institute of America. and. because. I had attended the University of Michigan Undergrad. I really wanted to be back like in an urban setting because. University of Michigan is in Ann. Arbor, which is like a small town, but compared to your that is and the culinary. Institute of America is like an upstate New, York, so I was like no I want to be in the big city, but I miss understood the curriculum like the food and nutrition studies may be studying food and I get to Nyu on the first day and I get handed a list of prerequisites. And the classes included. Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Biochemistry Anatomy Physiology I'm like. Wait I'm here for the courses on apple like. Pretty Mad. Because twenty years ago, the idea becoming a nutritionist. Commonplace like yeah, you became a doctor lawyer, but what? What was a registered Dietitian, so I had no idea that my interest in nutrition was really tracking me to be more pre MED. And because I was ready to Nyu and my parents had paid my tuition also I got stick this out. There was no backyard at this point so I put my head down and I got through the science classes and to my surprise I love them I'd never taken science courses before. I was a psych major Undergrad so the science to me was new. I learned that I really appreciated the science that. Explains the value of food and food in the form of nutrition, and then you really learn that nutrition is a discipline of medicine, and in order to become a registered dieticians be board certified. You have to complete a residency. And I did mine near University Hospital where your rotations include oncology audio vascular rotations gastroenterology. You're even in the ICU so you are working as part of the medical team. Prescribing is to enhance patient care to either manage a clinical condition, or hopefully in some cases, reverse it or at least decrease the amount of medication to patients taking so my background is super clinical and when I went into. Into private practice weight loss was not even on my radar like frankly after doing two feeds in the ICU, weight loss felt beneath my skill set. I'm not minimizing it, and certainly that's where I've landed, but at the time I really wanted a clinical private practice i. have this mother Theresa Complex I wanNA. Make the world a better place. People healthy and I thought I could do it. The reversing disease states through nutrition,

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Changing Bodies and Eating Disorders in ages 50+

Nutrition Matters

05:58 min | 3 months ago

Changing Bodies and Eating Disorders in ages 50+

"Side of going through this and how to navigate it. With a little more gentleness and peace. Erica. Welcome to nutrition matters podcast and thank you so much for joining me today. Thank you pay just pleasure? Air Cuddly. You just take a minute to talk about who you are what you do. Where you live kind of any relevant information again. Of course so I'm a registered Dietitian of course and I am in New York. I'm in Westchester. County, which is a suburb of New, York and I have an office. They are I have two other Dietitians who work with me and I've been a Dietitian for a long time. My God, thirty five years. I was thinking about that You know when I started out as a really traditional hospital are D-? but my career got really interesting. I wonder if you want me to talk a little bit about sort of that history, yeah, go for it. On a cliff's edge with the IT got interested. Tell us what got interesting. You know when I when I was first. I! You know I thought to myself I. Don't know I just don't want to work in a hospital. So what I found is I worked for a company Mead Johnson. They sold in formula and nutrition supplements United worked at a cancer hospital, so I was very familiar with on nutritional products, and so I figure out I'll take a jog and I was a sales person, and it's a really stressful job. I'll just say and I can't imagine anyone knowing what it's like to walk around walking through a city with samples of baby formula. Selling to doctors offices was really stressful but I did it. It was interesting. I learned how to sell. And then I just signed up, so it's really not using attrition skills, so I wonder I wonder public relations is, and I somehow got into public relations it was it was in the early nineties, and not not that any Dietitians we're working in public relations. didn't even know what it was, but I ended up working for a couple of different companies, and I was promoting primarily weight loss products. Things like light cheeses, artificial sweeteners thinking about this vitamins and minerals even sold the OP too fast I program. You know was part of that whole thing when Oprah. Lost all this weight for the first time, and she had this whole red wagon filled with fat and she. Dragged it across famous iconic moment. Yeah, no I actually grew up watching Oprah. Loved loved loved her, so I know exactly what you're talking about. So that was yeah I was a that was my whole thing I was Now I was in public relations and press releases about that amazing moment, and you know. I just did it for a while and I realized I just missed counseling I missed working with patients so No, that was sort of a ten year period of time that I've tried. Lots of different areas and I think is amazing. That has dietitians. We can work in so many different areas but I think I realized that. This whole thing with promoting diets just didn't feel right to me. So at that point I actually ended up having kids and I took a little time off and I got back into patient counseling by by way of doing a couple things I worked at a college teaching nutrition and I started to private practice Know which I did sort of around around raising my kids Kinda crazy worked out of my home so I just remember it being a really chaotic time now thinking now, Sir postmenopausal thinking back then how I had these kids and I tried to having practice private practice in my home, running around like crazy I mean it I just think to myself. We're super women that we can do it all so That's kind of back into page counseling. Yeah, that's that's a lot. That's a big. Transition to go from. That world to like okay now I have young kids, and I'm running a private practice. That must've been a must have been a lot. Well, it was a lot I. Did it gradually you know and I wanna say that I was relief fortunate that I was able to do that. You know not. Everyone is able to decide the hours that they want to work. It was very fortunate so what I did at that time besides being a Dietitian is I also realized how much I loved exercise and I became a personal trainer, so I ended up having this this. Ridiculous when I think about it a gigantic Jim in my home and became a home. Office where I'd have clients coming in I that time it was thinking it was sort of the early nineties into the mid nineties, helping clients with weight loss goals and the barriers to say helping them get. Healthy and strong getting fit, you know exercising and eating well thinking you know, just move more eat less than you'll lose weight. That was unfortunately my motto back then and I I have a little shame thinking back about it, although we only know, we know when we know it. And of course now I, realize how much potential harm that was causing but that private practice that I was in really grew around around my kids, and so as they got older, I was working more and. I ended up seeing a lot of families and a lot of kids at that point with I'm just gonNA. Put this in quotations because it really doesn't mean anything with weight concerns, so pediatricians referred a lot of families to me with kids that were in the quote, unquote, higher way categories and I taught. This program called shape down I. Don't know if you've ever heard of that but it was a weight loss program for I'm just GonNa put this again for kids that families. That's what it was and I I started sissy, a lot of eating disorders and serve. That's where. My interest in working with eating disorders came around just seeing seeing the harm of of these messages that these kids were getting, and the parents were frantic that their kids were in larger bodies and You know I think about it. That was sort of my defining moment of

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Do Genetics Determine Our Health

Dishing Up Nutrition

04:35 min | 3 months ago

Do Genetics Determine Our Health

"Is Darlene convinced. About thirty years ago, I started nutritional weight and wellness with very little financial support. And I remember that well I'm sure you do? But with a big desire to help people feel better through their food, choices and lifestyle habits. Then you know about fifteen years ago, we started the dishing up nutrition radio, show and podcast you know I was already at an age when many of my friends were retiring but not. Of course not. I had a strong desire to spread our message of eating real food to all parts of the world. Some people especially my son. Boy laughed at my dream, but I'm happy to say mission accomplished. Absolutely, Dr. we recently received an email from a delightful woman who listens to dishing nutrition from India. Wow, she said, thank you. Your simple message of eating. Real food has changed my life. We'd love hearing though it's life changing stories from our listeners now you kind of know a little bit more about me. People always want to know about me for some reason so now. Let's learn a little bit more about our Co.. Caroline Hudson. She's been registered Dietitian for many many years. She'll probably tell you how many. Caroline and I are the senior members of nutritional weight and wellness team and Caroline hepker passion. Also, she also has a passion for helping people understand the power eating real food. Caroline tell our listeners just a little bit about yourself where you went to school. You know where you've practiced and your favorite. Very. Favorite Hobby Scuba diving right Oh, sure good morning Dr! It's so nice to be here in good morning to all of our listeners out there wherever you are. I actually grew up here in Minnesota, but then I decided to pursue my nutrition degree in Toronto Ontario Canada. So. My careers really been very to say the least I've worked with Canadian in. People in very interest far northern Ontario communities even on an island in the middle of Hudson's Bay. I had to take a big. I had to take a plane while like a little plane. Had Skis on it was in the middle of winter we landed on. In the middle of Hudson's Bay, it was frozen over, and then I voted into a big huge bombrdier like a big ski do. Took me to the hospital there. So you don't care on. My first degree was in anthropology I didn't know that I would love that. This faster. Yes, fascinating! I actually got stuck there in a snowstorm for four days, but That was just one thing that I think. but I also had the opportunity to be the senior director for very large medical system. It included a large teaching hospital so I had a dietetic internship program underneath me and did I had a senior living center I had a nursing home and another small community hospital. Wow, so that was a huge system and lots of different employees and lots of different unions. So that was that was very interesting, but more recently yeah I. Got Certified as a will coach Okay and now I have. Really, this is my dream job. Good. You know the wonderful nutritionists Dietitians that I get to work with to work with you It's just it's been a dream. Come true because I really wanted to get back to helping people on one and as senior director. I never got to know that. Yes I was managing people from. Wasn't doing nutrition really. So now I. Get to do that. And then as you mentioned before one of my hobbies is scuba diving. I love the water anything to do with scuba diving and I started to go down to visit my brother every winter. He lives in Cozumel and I thought. I am going to get certified to dive. I'm watching all these down there so now I love it I love the underwater life, and all the beauty of the coral and the fish and everything. It's

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Not good stuff registered dietitian Amy gets until the Carol the afternoon news more than forty percent of people say they're eating less nutritious food because they're stuck at home many people don't realize that their energy levels are really affected by what they ate and or what they did not eat and so you know I have a registered dietitian were always trying to get people to eat carbohydrate and protein to gather because that protein helpful down by Josh and stabilizes your blood sugar levels on that your energy level so many times why people crashed after lunch is often the high intake of carbohydrate and not lower intake of protein agina engine many people are tapping to maybe not eating so great I think yeah that was fun to cook and now people have abandoned highs and that you're eating something that maybe more process not as nutrient reg but a lot of crop of carbohydrate you have energy for a little bit but then you typically come crashing down in after what do you have to do to get back on the train that is really looking for quality so you don't need to be you know I shop in the kitchen that thing Hey okay I need a high fiber whole grain carbohydrates fat at lunch could be a week rather awful green thirty hours the data or something like that I need a pair that with protein that Turkey and cheese on my stand later that a piece of chicken or can I do like a salad with chicken and nuts and crackers went back to the he is really trying to get that carbohydrate and protein combination again because if you think about your energy levels if they go up by hi Beasley drop well first is that if they gradually raising gradually fall you're gonna have a little more stabilized energy throughout the day preventing that big block in the afternoon but of course the problem is it a lot of times you have the perception that it takes too long to put these things together people don't realize that there is a back their energy level and the one of the things I encourage people to get in the kitchen of I think in advance how to get the plant like Hey if that's either got a busy day I'm just doing string cheese Turkey fruit and crackers realizing that okay like I always joke that one of my deal with light snacks that are healthy nutrient rich foods as a part of that so it doesn't have to be or may it could be something simple like Hey can I get a protein can I get a car the fruit or vegetable something very easy that you could maybe even that that your quote unquote gap cable that that you have at home and you know that while you're working if you're going to be too bad that you have a clear very kind of thinking in advance and then having some of that nutrient rich is available at your house I typically tell people don't have the jump at your house it's not it's easy to grab hold of it you don't have it there so true that's registered dietitian Amy Goodson and you can listen to the care of the afternoon news every day starting at three with Kristen dheas and David Rankin it is six fifty four time to check on your money carnival cruise line second quarter was no picnic it posted a net loss of about two and a half billion dollars revenue down eighty six percent from the same quarter last year as a suspended cruises because of the pandemic the company is allowing flexibility for those canceled cruises though at the end of may about half of guests who had booked asked for cash refunds the nation's largest grocery chain tells a different story Kroger's first quarter profits were way up compared to a year ago sales were up to digital sales soared with people ordering from home they were up ninety two percent the European Union is talking with Johnson and Johnson about reserving a buying up front doses of the covert nineteen vaccine it's working on Reuters has Johnson and Johnson is planning to start human clinical trials for the vaccine next month fresh outbreaks of the virus of the U. S. and Asia have Wall Street worried S. and P. futures are down fifteen nasdaq futures twenty two Dow futures down one hundred thirty eight points John Doniger Bloomberg radio thanks Joan traffic and weather together on the aids coming up at.

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Heart Disease in Women

Dishing Up Nutrition

13:53 min | 7 months ago

Heart Disease in Women

"We only had to worry about men getting heart disease but now we know that one in sixteen women will have coronary heart disease. The most common cause of heart disease for women is actually the narrowing or the blockage of those coronary arteries. That supply. The blood vessels to the heart. It now as a nutritionist. The fundamental question. I believe we need to ask is what is causing this dramatic increase in heart disease and win in and women so listeners. You may be asking well. What causes the narrowing of the arteries? Or what can we do to prevent disease. He's now as a nutritionist. I know that food is very powerful. So we want to share some of the new research about the causes of heart right disease in women and what we can do to prevent heart disease. I'm shelby. I'm a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in nutrition. Shen and I am in the studio this morning with to fund people. Now first and foremost I get to introduce Mel. UH melania Beasley a registered Dietitian with several years of working with clients in a variety of studies including the navy. But the one person that I have in Studio this morning is my dad. How come we're not giving him the Mike this morning? Although he he probably has has lots to say about nutrition after our discussion last night but Malloch just have to tell you briefly I used to go to take your daughter to Work Day with my hi dad and so I thought it was only appropriate that it's Spanish your dad to work day barry appropriate exciting. So we're going to have a fun show this morning. We've we've got some good people here to talk about heart disease now mel you and I both work with clients one on one. We work with clients dance utilizing nutrition therapy. Good word nutrition therapy right. What does that really mean? That means that we are using nutrition to you. Make changes dramatic changes in how people feel and live therapeutic changes exactly now because we're seeing more and more of these clients lance having positive results with real food in balance some health insurance companies are getting on board and pain for the cost of nutrition. Therapy love it so it's nice now. Melania we also teach a variety of nutrition classes in the community we teach luncheon learns for some local businesses. Now Melanie besides all of the things that you do outside of nutritional weight and wellness. I imagine you cook a lot. I I cook all the time but you know shelby you know. I raised a family. I made food from. Scratch my So I like to do things a little bit on the quick side and You can do that in your busy lifestyle. I don't WanNA stand for days on end in the kitchen. But I'm I'm not going to compromise my health anymore so I cook real food. Yeah yeah now on this route real food idea. Of course today we were going to be talking about that connection between real food and heart disease but first we want to look at the research. So how can you tell us a little bit about the research. I I'd like to say to all of our listeners. Good Morning and thanks for listening today. Fifty years ago back in the nineteen in seventies a diverse group of researchers proposed from their research that refined carbohydrates especially sugar and a low intake of fiber. Were major factors causing coronary heart disease but unfortunately as many of you know their research was overshadowed by the belief that saturated actuated fat was the culprit of heart disease And we were able to stop We were told stop eating butter and Lard and dark chicken meat and the skin the poultry. That right there is sad as a southerner I got and of course fatty Cuts of steak pork. Because they were the cause of heart disease. The theory that saturated fat caused heart disease really prevailed from nineteen seventy four to two thousand fourteen and sadly some. Some people still believe I here in clinic. I'm sure you do too. That saturated fat causes heart disease. And the I call it fat phobia. They're really afraid of it right well. That was actually the the cause for much of our discussion. After dinner last night My parents were listening to a nutrition. Talk on their drive up to Minnesota yesterday yesterday and being truly my father's daughter he was asking the question why why has saturated fat Ben Tempur so much in the past so we went through the technical term right there exactly so we did we. We kinda talked through these things but we we know that research since two thousand fourteen has continued to show that saturated fats now listeners. Those are things like butter. Her Coconut Oil Organic Lard. Organic tallow those play a much smaller role in heart disease whereas whereas sugar the grains those process cereals and other carbohydrates are the foods that we actually need to keep our eye on in order to prevent heart disease so shall be talk about. What exactly that means from day to day perspective Well it means that in the past. We were told to eat a Bagel with margarine. Or I can't believe it's not butter and I always say what the heck is it. That's right Then we topped. Our toaster are Bagel. Nagel with some jelly or some jam but absolutely no butter or cream cheese. You remember this being in the navy and it was a Bagel with Jelly. Yeah today. We're told to eat eggs cooked in butter with Bacon Yum or sausage an aside of vegetables sauteed maybe coconut oil or ghee which is just clarified butter cutter right You talk about confusing right. Yeah so which is it. Sugar fat that Causes Heart Disease Older research from the Nineteen Seventies. He's found that sugar was implicated. Or perhaps even the cost is of many many diseases right well because of this research in the nineteen seventies about sugar and refined carbs. Their sugar industry became alarmed. They do. They're losing money right so they went out and hired their own. Researchers to say that eating saturated fat caused heart disease right well. The knowledge of this scandal that the sugar industry actually hired researchers who were well paid to point the finger at saturated fat. As being the cause of cardiovascular problems was only brought to light in two thousand sixteen right I think we both Had that article when we did a lunch. Learn one tie and actually for you listeners. WHO WHO WANNA look at this with your own eyes? I Have The New York Times article right here. The titles how. The sugar industry shifted blame to fat and the the date on that is actually September twelfth of Twenty sixteen so just for years ago. Yeah I just googled New York Times sugar article and popped right up so you can read more about that after the show. And it's really it's false is very misleading research. So it's so well ingrained in the minds of consumers that many people I still believe it is saturated fat. They need to avoid. I have clients once or twice a week easily. telling me their doctor said They need to avoid fats. Can I eat tags. How many can I safely eaten a day? So I'm really worried about this and They still believe it's saturated fat that they knew devoid right. Even though the current research research shows that refined carbs and sugar are the leading cause of heart disease you know in Staten Companies. Also the pharmaceutical companies. They they don't WanNa lose money on this either so right now when we think about that major research we're looking at that connection between clean what people are eating long term and how that's influencing their health exactly so another major research study published list in the Journal of the American Metal Medical Associations Internal Medicine Journal. That's a mouthful reported that a sugar Laden Diet may raise is your risk of dying from heart disease even if you are not overweight so this information reported from the research shows does that sugar and refined carbohydrates lead to heart disease. Not your eggs cooked in butter with the site of vegetable oils sauteed it in coconut oil. So here's what else that. That research study found people who ate twenty five percent or more of their calories from sugar. Sugar were more than twice as likely to die from heart disease than those who only eight ten percent of their calories from sugar. So maybe you guys thinking well. How are people consuming all of that? Sugar Yeah I think a lot of people don't think they're really eating the sugar And I think we should talk about that but I think we have to take our first break. If you're just joining us this morning. You're listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness. Today we want to share with you. The scientific evidence that found eating saturated fats of any kind have have no effect on cardiovascular mortality. So if you're concerned about heart disease I recommend you keep listening to our show this morning because we've got some ideas for you. We'll be right back. Welcome back to dishing up nutrition. Here's another conclusion that was made from the review of data from randomized control. All trials diets that replaced saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat do not reduce cardiovascular events or mortality Taliban. We like to put that in real people language which basically translates to what we have been recommending to our listeners on our clients for years even decades is Ethan Bader avoid the margarine from soybean oil cook in coconut oil and avoid soybean in corn canola and cottonseed oils. Of course we love the research but we wanted to help you realize how to use that research to make healthy choices for our listeners. Another radio show that I I love and I will go back to and listen to and I feel it. Explains this very nicely as on October fourteenth. Two two thousand seventeen you can download our dishing up nutrition podcast or search it on our website. is a podcast by Sally Fallon Morale and it's called called why we need animal fats. It's fantastic nation. We had sally On dishing up nutrition a couple of other times but really talking about the importance of of eating those good fats for good health. Yes yeah the quality is important. Though because you had mentioned the four types of oils the four types of fats we would consider bad exactly the corn oil the cottonseed oil the canola oil and the soybean oil so listeners. If you're at home this morning morning going to the cupboard and see what are the types of oils that you're cooking with or pull out that salad dressing from the refrigerator and scan the label if you see soybean gene or corn oil or canola oil. That's not the best choice for your health even some quote unquote healthy protein. You Watch everything right right you really do have to be reading those labels. That's the best way to make sure that you're getting those fats now. One of the reasons. Why we're we're talking about fat this morning Lena's because we're talking about heart disease and we want to talk more specifically about that food connection between what we eat and how? Those vessels also related to our cardiovascular. Disease are working. We don't want the narrowing or the hardening of those arteries that contribute to more heart disease now before we went to break listeners. I gave you a statistic. I want to repeat because I think that it really drives home. This overall idea gray. So here's what the study from. I'm the Journal of the American College of Nutrition Excuse me the American. The Journal of the American Medical Association found People who ate twenty twenty five percent or more of their calories from sugar where more than twice as likely to die from heart disease than those who who ate only ten percent of their calories from sugar and then we asked the question. Well how are people consuming all of that sugar so these were researchers. I found that Soda Energy Drinks and even sport drinks are by far the biggest source of added. Sugar in the average. American's Diet. Now you may be saying to yourself or maybe you're talking back to the radio this morning saying well. I don't allow soda in my House or pop or Cola. Whatever you call it the south? It's so maybe you don't have soda in Your House but what many people drink on are afternoon breaks when they need a pick me up or what drink is served two runners after a marathon or even what are those college students and high school students drink the day after they stayed up to pull an all nighter

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

11:57 min | 8 months ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Hey Jimmy here before we get started today just wanted to say thanks to Arias medical staffing for supporting the show Aureus. They're the experts in medical staffing with rewarding travel travel and full-time PT PTA. Jobs available nationwide for skilled therapists. Like you travel the country build your resume or make new friends or you will find the perfect job in a location. That's calling you and they'll provide you with full support every step of the way a U. R. E.. US Medical Michael Dot Com. The annual orthopedic meeting is happening. That's April third and fourth. What what is this? This is the annual meeting of the Kademi of Orthopedic Physical Therapists the largest component. Honan of the EPA. Yeah that component it's happened in April third and Fourth Minneapolis. Saint Paul Airport and the mall of America Hotel. SA- get up there to Minnesota. Why while they're highlighting highlighted the orthopedic invested with their factors affecting patients with concussion injuries interconnection of head neck complex relationship between neck and shoulder in Rehab lab? Breakouts outs focused on skill. Acquisition and wrapping up each day with a panel discussion with your featured speakers find out more information now at Ortho P. T. Dot. Org Don't Miss Assis- if you're looking to get an edge as an Ortho fiscal therapist this is what you need to be at Ortho. PT Dot Org. I go through a lot of information with my Susan's reasons but again I just kind of remind them that we are not the experts in that. I'm an expert in cardiovascular pulmonary. Pc but that doesn't mean I'm expert in nutrition and so I kind of hit home like you said of where air to refer like. Who Do I refer them to work? With our colleague work with our Interdisciplinary Healthier teams and then augment online resources and if we can create our our own online courses. That's even better we. We've kind of done our one on one which is great but we have to look kind of bigger picture and maybe we need to be putting some of that content out there. That's going to stay out there online online. Talking with Pam Bart Low. She is no stranger to the program cardiovascular pulmonary physical therapists as well as an educator at de Ville in Buffalo. Oh New York. Last Time Pam came on the show release talked about the cardiopulmonary section. Now we get specific into a poster. Presentation Pam can be presenting at C. S. M. This you're mixes something. We talked about previously on the show which is nutrition and physical therapy. It's in our scope of practice. But what should we be telling people. Where can we find good information? And what's actually out there. She took an in-depth looked with some nutrition professionals and we'll be presenting that as a poster at this year. CSM We got a preview for you with Pam Barlow on the show right now. Episode is brought to you by Owens Recovery Science. They're a single source for PT's looking for certification and personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation Asian training and the equipment. You need to apply it properly. In clinical practice find them online at Owens recovery science dot Com and take a listen as Johnny and his team go in-depth with bef our information in their new podcast available on I tunes right now again. That website Owens Recovery Science Dot Com the the best conversations happen at happy hour. Welcome two hours for the world. This is the PT podcast. Here's your host physical therapist. Jimmy McKay hell. Yeah here we go again. Hope the the rockies are icing down the the beer's as we prepare for CSM be combined sections meeting the big dance as we like to call it. In physical therapy largest gathering of physical therapists in the world is coming up very shortly Looking at February twelfth through the fifteenth and returning to the show Pam Bartlett Pam. Welcome back to the show. Thank you thank you for having me again. It's nice to be back last time we had you on the show you really had to To focus on something very very big which is the section the Cardio Pulmonary Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. We did that what in. PT Month to kind of release those little kind of preview episodes or insight episodes as we call them. Yeah Yeah Dan back in October. Yeah now we talked about something a little more narrow something you're involved with and I think sometimes people who if it's their first CSM indefinitely don't even know that this type of thing occurs which is a poster presentation so you're in academics. How do you explain what a poster presentation is with your bt students sure so it's literally poster or this year? I'm kind of excited. 'cause I did differently this year. We're printed on fabric. It's kind of Nice it'll be you know just kinda posted up but it's the post gets posted up and it gives snapshot of Somebody's research and now everything is included. You can see their methods and their you know background information and all of that but it really condense it down and gives you that snapshot of what did Somebody Look at. And what did they find. And so this way you're not trying to digest thirteen page article in a journal. You're getting that couple of minute. Look at a poster and the authors are there with the posters so you can ask them questions and get more more indepth as you need to or if it's something you don't you know not that interested in interest. Let's meet you'll look at it for a minute and then you walk onto the next one and you can see one hundred posters and a couple of our. It's it's evidence it action. It's evidence with a little bit of life because you mentioned the author or some of the authors are multiple are standing right next to their works. You could interact with it if you want more information. which is the kind of thing I I love because I always have more questions? I know you're shocked by that. I'm the same way and then there's others but I just wanted to. Hey great job and keep walking. Yeah so poster sessions go on some specific times. Your poster session is going to be when people can kind of come and take a look and interact with you if they wanNA person. Yeah so ours is Thursday from One PM to three PM in the cardiovascular and pulmonary sections posters and all of the posters for that section are during that time slot. You know with a several other back sections and academies at the same time but so we're Thursday from one to three so really grouped by subject area. So if you're really interested in that you don't need to go and then come back. Go and come back. You can go and do to our hours of cardiopulmonary and really liked that. See You did mention our. It's not just your poster. You got some help and who was that eighty nine. Actually this is the the really cool part about this one is it's an interdisciplinary poster. I actually when it first started was one of the very minor members. I'm on with three other Dietitians so there was a registered Dietitian. She was a student at the time. It was going to do this for her thesis. And then her faculty adviser another faculty and the Dietary Department and then myself folks that hey this sounds really cool. Let's take even beyond her thesis project and so it's To Faculty and then now graduated students that are dieticians and then myself excellent. So let's go big to small big. What's the title of it? And then Kinda briefly describe what you guys we're looking at when we're mixing physical therapy and registered dieticians so the title is quality of online nutrition information for people with type two diabetes. And how I got into it is a lot of times in all rounds of pt but very specifically in Cardiac Rehab and Pulmonary Rehab. We do a lot of education for people with diabetes. You know they'll come in with cardiac issues. And we're starting the coast through all the risk factors that play into that diabetes diet stress and all that so we will spend time on diet and nutrition information now we can only hit SORTA sorta those bare bone basics of this. What you really need to be doing? And a lot of times. We'll then refer them to a Dietitian or we have a Dietitian nutritionist associated with our program. Now they came at it originally from the dietary side of it that they do a lot of education specifically with individuals with diabetes. How do they monitor? And how do they alter their their specific diets and so they kinda said. Let's start looking at some of those other things that are out there online to see what's the online education doesn't match up at all. We are all doing in person right so you kind of started from. You've got a lot of places you can get information but is there good information. That's really what you guys are looking at so soon as you dug into it as we like to say when you have that great research question what did you guys find so what we did is we started kind of with. How are we going to assess the online education and so healthy people twenty twenty actually has a section? We're it setup. Criteria to say whether online websites were quality information or not and they looked at you know what kind of advertising was put on there. Were there disclaimers on anybody's any authors. You know other connections or other affiliations you know was the information updated things like that so we started with bat just to see. How can we grade the quality of the website we're looking at and so we wiped the browser clear of any search history and then went out and did a general Google search and we use specific terms that had kinda come from previous research as far as Diabetic Diet and healthy eating diabetes things like that and so then we found the websites and in total. There were thirty four websites online and so we looked at the quality. I and and the good thing is most of them were high quality websites on. They really met the majority of the criteria set forth. Help people twenty twenty the bad part of the research. The question was the second part we also looked at the accuracy. And this is where my colleagues in the Dietary Department really came through the most is they went through the American diabetic association's guidelines for medical nutrition therapy guidelines. And that's what they will follow specifically you know a lot of times. I do kind of the background information. They do the very specific. What are the medical guidelines minds for prescription for nutrition and so there's guidelines set up for those by the American Dietetic Association and so we said Okay? We're GONNA use those two now grade. What the accuracy of the information on these websites as far as nutrition for people diabetes and that came out pretty poor there was no website that actually even seventy five percent accuracy? Yeah give us a ballpark of how many of those websites that you analyze even made it through the quality analysis to even make the cut. Yeah so out of the thirty. Four eighty eighty five percent of them were found to be qualley. We did also evaluate all thirty four though on accuracy also they even make the quality still accuracy to see where they even maybe accurate but not quality and as expected. The ones that weren't quality weren't accurate either. But we did have a lot of websites probably about seven. It did fall in that sixty percent not accuracy up to seventy percent accuracy but they just didn't even hit seventy five percent accuracy and and some of these websites were American diabetes and U. IN UK diabetes and not the American Diabetic Association per se. But this site that was kind of set for for you know. US diabetes and things like that. So you know there were some good information out there but what we really found is you can't replace in person education with online. You really have to look at that person. I need to whether it's in a group or individual. They need to have a quality person sitting there giving them that education first personalized to them in a way that they can easily understand understand. What are some things that you took away from this personally as you went through this process and saw what you did in terms of how many websites actually gave you some good quality accurate secured information? You know kind of reinforced. What we all sort of joke about in the in the professional joke about people googling things and they come in and hey my back problem is this and they're wrong or the Google web? MD and this is what they've been diagnosed with them they're wrong and kind of reinforce that a website is can't give a hundred hundred percent accurate information because every individual in every case is different and so it just reinforced again. Why it's important for us to have that patient interaction and that professionalism nationalism to know what's appropriate what's not the positive out of it? Though for me too is that it did we did find some groupings that we could at least augment our information with so we could send somebody those people that want to dig for more information we could say. These types of websites had more accurate information. So if you're GONNA look online go there first. I and we grew up to the websites based on whether they were professional groups. Like your American Diabetic Association or American Physical Therapy.

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

09:47 min | 8 months ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach

"On parole. That's not in the same way that said candidates the physical selectively report. Oh no we're retired or like honorary we've got some Dietitians who were like ransom like the O.. J. Crew through Warren since the beginning member numbers like one so there at this point not working so their honorary so and like student members. And that kind of thing. So you can check that but really like Dietitians are kind of We're in a lot of places. Maybe not ought places that you think so. There are Dietitians in grocery stores. Thursday centers you can self refer to both of them A lot of insurance plans will cover dietitian services and sometimes their services actually covered by like your Medicare so so if you go see a Dietitian at a community center it's free. I know it's dope. I know and yes. So you can go to see one for a dieticians at like private practice or like grocery store Dietitians. If you WANNA do the wind consultation they would charge but again a lot of it is covered by Medicare. Were whatever her not. Your Medicare necessarily like your health care insurance bluegrass. Whatever and in? Yeah so you can self refer like as a coach. I always get lots of questions Brown Some from athletes but a lot from parents just saying like what should I be Preparing kids for this competition for training which they eating regular really basis and that actually makes me feel so much more comfortable knowing that I can very easily point someone in the right direction. Say like this we should talk to. Yeah and essentially for Free Damn They know way more than I do. All I can seize like the I feel like the only advice I feel comfortable saying everything in moderation. Yeah which kind of just just like good life advice. I think everyone has just Chiro new camps guy. Fuelling your your body. Do the air quotes every body. Everyone's body is different healing. Your past central Blob. Yeah and I feel like as like a Graduate I feel like I have dipped my toes into this it bill even having done like a small like a small section of Joe Hill comfortable table like talking to him athletes recommending them diets supplements. Please don't ask sadly definitely were not all experts. At everything is an athlete. Came to me and they're like with the best way that I can jump over these things I'd I'd be like cheese. I Dunno up and over late. Talk to somebody who knows. Talk to expert. Yeah so I think it's super important to know know when to hold them in know in Florida the by Oldham I mean refer to professionally. I was looking at my old coach is was when in doubt just water. Do you know what I mean like that. That is like a powder of mono but like for when you're out being actor wooded sports whatever it's like you don't need the ninety eight dollar powder the injured you don't. None of us are involved. None of us are he's imaginary is GonNa make and Michael Their Yo picturing Ian Sneddon Michael Thousands. That'd be amazing. nappy grey beard and talking to squirrels our commute. This is one of our core. Just got an open door. None of us are doing it. That's all yeah so maybe that's a good transition. What is is like your best general advice for athletes who are just trying to figure out how to like eat healthy for general training each each regularly? Well so I'm thinking specifically of like can I middle school to high school kids to younger Because a lot of times because kids are like not. I'm not really listening to their body. Because they're listening to everybody around them and they're like man. I don't have time to eat playing pokemon or whatever school and they're not eating and so they're not. They're not fueled to basically bring everything that they can to the court or the field or whatever so just making sure that you're not Short yourself on opportunities to fuel your body so every every bike counts Make sure those bites are worth it making. Sure you're getting lots of fruits and veggies lots of calories because athletes who are like training hard and you need them. You need them to fuel yourself. Research the difference in the type of calories that you're putting out air quotes around type of calories. I mean the majority of your stuff should be a good nutritious food like the food. Guide half your plate fruits and veggies. That's awesome quarter protein foods however you want to get it and then whole grains and end drinking water. Because you don't need gatorade unless you're running a marathon basically or like you're outside sweating in hot for hours Most of US got enough and more salt diet that we don't need anything special that But yet just making sure like snacks key making sure you're prepared like you're not you've remembered to bring your just now thinking of like a teenager like you remember to bring your cleats. You remembered to bring your deodorant. You remember to bring whatever protective equipment. You're waiting for me to ZAJAC straps. I never once when I was like playing playing football government pads jeter. That was never listening to. That's a whole the other issue later but like you brought everything else. Why didn't you bring your a game nutritionally right like? Why didn't you bring a snack that you can have while you're waiting? Why didn't you bring water bottle like you need to make sure you're prepared across the board so and I think one thing that's more and more is the sort of not to throw anyone under the bus but the timid soccer scenario which is is you have to be unflattering students? Dan this land. Because I was going to be a twenty minute I'm not saying every kid or every adult who's in Lihue. Why would I turn the old man swim? Team stuff needs to their. And religiously with an excel spreadsheet track calories in calories and. I'm like I know but you have to be constantly aware that like if you are a small or you're the parent of a small kid is playing timid Sauber. They're probably not burning. The amount of calories that are equals after the game eating purposes. Ten minutes which is so culturally. What is being pushed Exactly ended get free tickets after they will do. So and that and I think is the next like we've talked about snow as a society. We talk about Paul. It's impacted sugar and those kind of things and I think that's the same way how as again a mid thirty rolled. I remember my favorite sports being plastered with cigarette ads on being the greatest example. You're probably going to see over the next year. This become the next sort of cigarette sick. I don't know how it's going to shape out but it will be a public interest around nutrition food food and Sport and advertising to children all being interlaced as one entity and Timothy Hopkins offers that through shining example in Canada because every kid at a small as part of it and they're like my niece like she's like Afghan. I want me to write. And he didn't burn enough to eat five or sixteen bits leixoes while there are mental mental benefits to playing and being hurt. Rupe leg in terms of a pure calories in calories out physical what you are doing your body that conversation. It's coming down the pipeline when in Phelps as in invasion but for every day in day was but I. I don't think anyone listening here. Is You have the Michael Phelps. Maybe no but I think that's part part of that nutrition conversation. Is You have to be like type one so I may sit there and after biting hundred revealing. I am starving all the time and while I bought. He's like you should go eat four plays. It's a French fries I'm not GonNa do you could sit there. Gorge my face and we can do a lot of things but we have to be reasonable and logical. And that's where I think the greater conversation around food and sport that's like just because you're out running around for hours so don't need to eat fifteen Exactly so here's here's a really. The question is what do you think is like the defining line between kids who play sports car like being active in their life and athletes in training needed to fuel. Where's that distinction? It's a job I'd Butte as job so those same way when you were sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen and you're working verse jaw. You have other aspects of your life.

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The keto diet: what is it and is it right for you?

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:03 min | 9 months ago

The keto diet: what is it and is it right for you?

"Year the keto diet is that a lifestyle that you can maintain for any length of time maintaining Peter diet for a period of time both get off and honestly as a registered dietitian one of the things that concerns me about that either diet for most people is that it takes out a lot of sources of fiber in the diet so when you think the fiber obviously that's going to come from fruits and vegetables whole grains beans not the well that you know that takes out whole grains and fruits and any thirty basketball being the things of that nature and so when we look at heart help when we will get gastrointestinal how we know that fiber is so important and people are not consuming and that's about it so one of the problems with the key to the diet is that it even decrease as that and take even more the one term it's really not ascertainable norm might it be a good for you long term only look at all the other how the fact they could have important is planning your meals as opposed to just looking in the cupboard and saying all right I have this when people plan that they usually are more prepared and more willing to make the right decision so it's kind of like being at the office if you have a healthy snack in your dad bring your lunch box your way more likely to keep that when you feel hungry each person if you haven't planned and you don't have anything around you're more likely to go into the office kitchen and figure out you know find whatever don't matter can be that might be there the planning is key to creating a schedule out for the week and it doesn't mean you have that that their income for hours and hours and hours but nothing you're not what three or four brackets my can eat this week what three or four snack my going to have around get those in your kitchen that key because the food is there you're more likely to make that decision been pocket take it with you I think one of the key that people often forget that you need that just like you planned to take a shower and get ready you need to plan your meals and taking a little bit of time and planning and having those healthy nutrient rich do with you is going to get a lot easier to make a positive healthy eating

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Study identifies brain's nerve circuit responsible for overeating

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Study identifies brain's nerve circuit responsible for overeating

"The holidays are here there's a good chance for hello all be over eating this week and now new research shows impulse eating can be blamed on a hormone it's a specific circuit in the brain that seems to drive the impulse to over eat but local died expert says there are things you can do to work around it I always say tech and like yourself as weird as that sounds just sit down and be like okay am I actually hungry or is it just I want to eat because the food is there registered dietitian Kaylee proctor's with Saint Joseph hospital in orange half the time you're not actually truly hungry so I say get a drink of water get up remove yourself from the food or where the food is go talk to your family relatives you haven't seen in awhile and see if you're actually hungry or if it's just because the food is there and it looks so appealing the CDC points out that the urge to eat impulsively is associated with binge eating and obesity

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A Better Approach to Personalized Nutrition

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:11 min | 9 months ago

A Better Approach to Personalized Nutrition

"This is the era of personalized nutrition. It's not about figuring out which diet is his healthiest for humans anymore. Because two people can follow the same diet and have very different. Results are jeans environment health history even the environment and the Diet that our parents had before we were even born all of these influence how our bodies respond to foods and nutrients. So how how should we go about customizing. Our dietary recommendations for each individual in the past people have proposed that we might base our diets on our blood type type or body shape or maybe even wear our ancestors hailed from and none of these have really stood up to scientific scrutiny more recently as medical technology his advanced diets based on DNA profiles or microbiome analysis are making the rounds. Some of these are still pretty speculative others have some solid science to to back them up. If you're a long-time listener of the show. Then you may have heard previous episodes that I've done on several of these approaches including the blood type diet and DNA based diets. If you're new to the show you can catch up on those. By going to our archives. You'll find a complete transcript and recording for every nutrition diva podcast. All five hundred fifty four of them at quick and dirty tips dot com and in. This week's transcript. I've included links to several of those past shows just to make it a little bit easier for you to find them just a couple of weeks ago though I talked about a company that has developed and validated an algorithm that can predict your blood sugar response to various foods based on an analysis of your intestinal to know flora and in response to that episode. One of my nutrition colleagues a registered dietitian named Nancy Teeter made a very astute observation on my facebook facebook page. People can no. They're perfect diet. She pointed out and still choose not to follow it. This is a point that often gets overlooked in all the excitement about personalized nutrition. I work with people all the time who know full. Well that the dietary choices that they are making are not supporting their health they they know what they should be eating but knowing better doesn't always lead to doing

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Why Are Macadamia Nuts So Expensive?

BrainStuff

06:22 min | 10 months ago

Why Are Macadamia Nuts So Expensive?

"First things first macadamia nuts are not actually ups. Yes I know it's ridiculous. It's right there in the main for goodness sake but much like Brazil L.. Nuts again what is it with. These misleading names. The Macadamia is in fact a seed and although they've become a signature staple of Hawaiian Agriculture Macadamia. His are actually native to Australia. We spoke with Glen Soko an economic development specialist with the Hawaii County Department of Research and development he explained leaned Macadamia. Nuts are originally from Australia but much of the early research breeding work quality development were done by the University of Hawaii on the island of Hawaii. These cultivars are suited for the Hawaii. Climate and do not produce the same high quality nut when grown in foreign conditions cultivars is short for cultivated varieties and these are specific types of plants selected and cultivated by humans. In this case. The plant is a large bushy tree that starts producing macadamia nuts spy the time. It's about four or five years old. So how exactly did these Australia cultivars and up in Hawaii for that you can think. One William Purvis office. Who planted the first Macadamia tree on the Big Island in eighteen? Eighty one purpose didn't initially intend for the tree seeds to be a hit. He planted the trees as wind breaks as for the sugar cane fields. The plants were functional and also happens to be quite pretty but he didn't suspect they could bear such delectable and profitable. See it's about a decade later. One are Jordan planted some macadamia trees on Oahu. The trees that researchers think is the ancestor most of Hawaii's trees and the not quickly became a popular snack among businessmen who came to Hawaii to profit off of sugar plantations in the early nineteen hundreds. The Hawaiian Agricultural Experiment Station was established published to get new crops growing on islands since this newly established United States territory was relying almost exclusively on sugar following the collapse of the coffee market. In the nineteen twenties. The government offered a five year tax exemption on land that was used solely for Macadamia production. But most farmers were interested. That is until roasted it. BECA Damian that's started popping up in stores and consumers went wild demand finance went up and the number of trees planted for nut production more than doubled from nineteen eighteen thirty two to nineteen thirty. Eight sales slumped a bit after that. But by the Nineteen Fifties Hawaii was turning out macadamia goodies to stack fans throughout the world and major companies. Ladies were making a pretty penny off of them speaking of why are Macadamia so expensive while Macadamia is clearly have an interesting past. And they've tastes taste heavenly coated in thick layers of chocolate. Do they really merit they're often exorbitant price tag after all around twenty five dollars a pound. They're considered the most expensive have nuts in the world. So what's the deal. A bunch of factors go into the price but a lot of them. Come down to the fact that Macadamia can't be grown effectively. On the continental dental United States and shipping them in from Hawaii is costly and growing things in Hawaii is costly to begin with because it's a small archipelago that some three thousand miles title. That's nearly five thousand kilometers away from anything in two thousand. Eighteen Macadamia has made the news for a seventeen percent price. Increase which sacco attributed to Hawaii's fixed harvest acreage and a higher global demand. Furthermore Issaquah said it takes seven years for a Macadamia nut tree to produce a crop. Demand remains high and prices are up to a dollar twenty per pound despite this. There's tremendous pressure on the industry. The agricultural labor shortage continues and that's caused wages and benefit costs to increase invasive. Pests continue to affect the Orchard Health and production. The Hawaii land prices are so high. Hi Orchard Expansion is too costly and producers can't wait for seven years therefore the production acreage remained steady despite the increased demand for the nuts. Okay so that explains the cost but are they actually good for you. High fat foods used to be the most demonized of all kitchen staples basically because of a very effective and sort of insidious marketing campaign put out by the sugar industry but thanks to current research and slightly Leila systemic marketing hype such things as nuts oils and seeds are getting their due as healthy options. We also spoke with registered Dietitian than yell. Birger she said Macadamia nuts are high in monounsaturated fats. Low in net carbohydrates and a good source of copper manganese and thion monounsaturated unsaturated fatty acids have been shown to lower. LDL cholesterol levels. The bad kind especially when they're used in place of saturated fats and refined carbohydrates in one's diet it net carbs are important. Consider because it clues you in on how much fiber something contains in relation to the amount of total carbohydrates present. Having we're fiber is crucial to gut health copper assists with iron absorption and transport in the body while manganese and vitamin are central for carbohydrate metabolism. And while all of that sounds sounds great we still live in a society that tends to obsess over numbers. So at two hundred and three calories and twenty one grams of fat per serving a single serving being just ten to twelve nut kernels. and that's just nuts. Nuts dust chocolate are macadamia is really a wholesome snack. Birger said Ed. Although nuts are high in calories they're also packed with fiber heart healthy fats proteins vitamins and minerals essential to our diets. Having a small handful is a filling rolling nutritious snack to tide you over between meals or can be used as a way to round out a meal on top of a Salad or yogurt bowl. They are particularly good substitute for packaged packaged. Ultra processed snacks. Like potato chips calorie-for-calorie. An ounce of chips than outs of nuts are equivalent but the protein and fiber in the nets will keep you energized full. Oh and focused. She said don't fear fats. They're essential for hormone health optimal brain function and absorption of nutrients and end. According to Sacco Macadamia. Aren't just a delicious treat for humans. They can be healthy. Snacks for rodents to he said some pet owners by the nuts in the shell L. to give to the rats to not on this wear down the rats teeth.

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Use the Double Dopamine Effect to Reduce Cravings

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:57 min | 10 months ago

Use the Double Dopamine Effect to Reduce Cravings

"Are certain foods so easy to overeat some foods? We can enjoy a reasonable amount to feel satisfied but with other foods. It's like we're a bottomless pit. We just WANNA keep going. Even though we know overindulging will registered Dietitian nutritionist. Natalie Stevens joining me today to talk about some new research that she brought to my attention on how our brains and bodies respond to pleasurable certain foods and how we can avoid over eating without having to avoid foods that we enjoy. I'm so glad to have the podcast Natalie. Welcome thank you you for having me. This is an exciting thing to talk about. Who doesn't like talking about enjoying our food absolutely and this is a great time to have the conversation? We're the holiday season and there's so many opportunities to overindulge. It's really tempting to take one of two approaches. The first and probably the most common is to lit up which ends up being eating as much yummy food as you can and I mean why not. There are so many delicious foods. And you don't WanNa miss out but then there's the virtuous route that many of us also try where you limit yourself because you don't WanNa suffer the consequences you don't WanNa see the scale go up. You don't WanNa be uncomfortable and if you don't run out of willpower you're gonna be really proud of yourself. Ueno both of those strategies. have their drawbacks. If you if you decide to just abandon all restraint and lit up well you're probably going to have some damage to undo when it's all over but when we focus on limiting or restricting especially at a time like holidays it can create this sort of psychological Michael hunger that just builds up until we fall completely off the bandwagon. And then well we all know how that looks but what are we going to do here. Can we still win in what feels like sort of a lose lose scenario between being healthy and being happy the pleasure that we experience when we eat it's results results of dopamine and there's some research on how our bodies produce dopamine in response to eating and this is really optimistic you might assume assume the all the pleasure comes from taste because let's be honest that's what we get excited about. Our brains do produce dopamine when we taste food. Uh especially your sweet salty high fat foods but it isn't the only source of dopamine which means it isn't the only source of pleasure that we get from Eating there's a second dopamine release that's triggered when the food reaches our stomach and this one is more related to the nutritional value of food. Yeah that is so fascinating. I did think that the dopamine release was primarily just went. That food hits our taste buds so I was unaware of the second wave of

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

11:38 min | 10 months ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Food Psych

"To episode two fourteen of Food Psych. I'm your host Christie Harrison and today I'm talking with fellow Anti Diet Dietitian and friend of the pod Kimmy Sang. We discuss her experiences being diagnosed with and living with polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or P. C. UH-HUH ASS fat phobia racism in healthcare and dietetic training. How reframing beauty ideals helped in her eating disorder recovery why eating eating disorder providers need to talk to their clients about fat phobia and so much more? I can't wait to share a conversation with you and just a moment but first I will answer this week's listener our question. It's from a listener with initials C K who writes hi Christie. Thanks for doing the amazing work you're doing. I'm encountering disturbing practices at my children's school. My seven year old came home and didn't want to enjoy her glass of chocolate milk. Because it quote unquote has too many calories. She said after she read the nutrition label it turns out the first grade. Teacher is teaching them how to read nutrition labels and not to consume things. If there's too many calories. I'm completely appalled and angry about this. Especially Ashley since my kindergartners in the same school I went through a debilitating eating disorder. Myself am now thoroughly anti diet and seeing dieting and Diet Culture for what it is my question is how do I approach this with the school. I'm sure they think this is okay and quote unquote healthy. But they're really just damaging young minds who should be focused on coloring hollering pictures and not reading nutrition labels before every meal. We're teaching them. How wrong this is at home but teachers have a huge influence? So I feel I need to contact the school cool and try to stop it. Thank you for your time if you get a chance to read this. So thanks. C K for that great question and so many thoughts on this but before. I answer my standard Dander disclaimer. That these answers and this podcast in general are for information on educational purposes. Only an artist substitute for individual medical or mental health advice. So first of all my heart really goes out to you for having to deal with us. I know how hard it is on parents. Trying to raise anti diet kids. When our whole culture everything that surrounds them and surrounds us is diet culture and especially having your own eating disorder history? I know how visceral your sense of anger and frustration with this probably is so I would definitely contact the school and talk with these teachers about the issues with this. The issues with teaching kids about Calorie counting reading nutrition labels and I think your intuition is spot on that it really is important to contact the school and talk to them about this. So these t shirts probably think they're doing the right Fang and they live and die a culture so I'm sure they believe that Calorie counting is good and is GonNa help these kids quote unquote stay healthy right. So it's important that that you share with them that this actually has really negative unintended consequences. They weren't aware of because I think they WANNA do good. You know everyone for the most part has has good intentions especially educators and so just alerting them to the fact that this is actually really problematic. Might be helpful. I think one of the best strategies. If you're up for it is to share a little bit about your own story of disordered eating and recovery and talk about what you've learned through that process you know talk about how things like Calorie counting and reading nutrition labels play into eating disorders in general how they played into your own eating disorder and how kids and adults alike can can become really obsessed with these things and how especially with kids who tend to be very literal thinkers right they already have sort of black and white thinking about the world in general because their kids they haven't gotten to that sense of nuance yet that we develop in you know usually teenagers or young adulthood and so lessens like this about reading nutrition labels Sir counting calories can lead kids to really black and white thinking really rigid thinking about food. That is the hallmark of disordered. Eating that is a huge risk factor for developing developing a full blown eating disorder just severely disordered eating behaviors. You can also talk to the teachers about the evidence against Calorie counting from a more scientific perspective or physiological perspective because in general kids. Don't need to count calories. Nobody needs to count calories. Our bodies do a great job job of figuring out what they need and getting their energy needs met without any intervention from us. But especially for kids you know. They're in kindergarten and first grade. Right your first grader. It sounds like he's the one who's getting taught these calorie counting things. Most kids at this point still have a good connection to their intuitive relationship with food and their bodies and so they don't need to count calories they just need to trust that inner wisdom that intuition that they're still connected with their hunger their fullness their satisfaction cues is and you know what they're interested in eating and if we allow kids to do that we allow them to continue and maintain that intuitive relationship with food. That we're all all born with kids are GonNa be far better off and they're going to grow into far more well adjusted adults then if we interfere with that in connection with food so young especially so giving kids a blanket recommendation to eat as few calories as possible is also extremely harmful from that physiological article level because even if Calorie counting weren't a risk factor for disordered eating which it is and we'll talk more about that in a second but even if it weren't kids need I need lots of energy from food because they're growing they're growing very rapidly and it's nearly impossible to calculate a child's calorie needs accurately because they're always going through different phases of growth and development so their energy needs change really quickly and are usually increasing over time and kids. We're supposed to have their energy needs increase overtime. They're supposed to gain weight right. And so you know. I don't use wait numbers in this podcast. And like I said in the intro of anyone one says them in the podcast a bleep them out. So I'm not gonNA say exact amounts exact numbers here but generally kids wait at least needs to quadruple from from first grade until they're fully grown right. It's on average. Their weight is GONNA go up four fold probably and so trying to restrict their eating during that time is really dangerous. Because it restricts their growth at restricts their ability to feel you know their body's ability to feel that it's needs are going to be met and that it's going gonna be able to grow and develop as it wants to write the body needs to have all of its energy needs met in order to feel safe and so that relates back to the disordered eating eating issue that I was talking about before. which is that when kids or really people in general deprive themselves of certain foods because they deem them to be too high in calories or when they're deprived of certain foods from outside sources? Right food insecurity or someone else putting them on a diet that sets them up for a restrict strict binge cycle or what I call the restriction pendulum. And that's where you restrict restrict restrict and then inevitably end up swinging over to the side of feeling. Hang out of control with food and particularly gravitating toward the foods that you hadn't allowed yourself because forbidden fruit always tastes the sweetest right. We know that and that is really true. In research especially with regard to this restrict binge. Cycling people tend to gravitate towards the food that they were restricted of. I talk in my book about a study that that deprived women of chocolate chocolate foods for a week and at the end of the the week of deprivation. Everybody's desire for chocolate lead for chocolate. He foods on average was higher and that was particularly pronounced in the people. Who are dieters already? The people who are dieters had significantly higher cravings thanks for chocolate and chocolate he foods and so you know nothing is wrong with cravings right and honoring your cravings is a great thing to do in the process of making peace with food but the fact is that depriving yourself of certain foods actually ends up. Driving greater cravings for those foods and that kind of restriction deprivation is really a lasting form of trauma trauma. That can stay with a kid all the way into adulthood and you know at this point. I've had more than two hundred guests on this. podcast share about their relationships with food food. Growing up right. That's the first question I ask in. Every episode and I'd say most of them had some form of food restriction and or body shaming and Childhood Hood that messed up their relationships with food for years if not decades and I get letters from people all the time saying the same thing that something that happened when they they were five. Six seven eight years old kicked off disordered eating that still continues to this day so schools should not be participating in this form of of body based shame and trauma and yet far too many are because we live in diet culture. You know whether it's sending kids home with body mass index report cards weighing them in front of a room full of their peers labeling foods as good or bad healthy or unhealthy or teaching them to count calories and read nutrition labels. There's like beer. School is all of these. Things are potentially traumatizing moments in a child's life so we want our kids to grow up to be peaceful well adjusted did people. We need to help them have peaceful well-adjusted relationships with food because trauma around food really threatens our sense of peace at a fundamental level because has it threatens our survival another thing you could do and talking to these teachers as to maybe give them some resources for further reading I think you can make a really impassioned the case with your own background your own story and some of the things that I've been sharing here but if you want to give them something to read and sort of reinforce what you're saying one on resource that might be helpful is my New York Times op ED. About the weight watchers APP for kids which it gets at a lot of the issues with restricting kids and depriving kids the food and also you know restricting and depriving anyone of food and the astronomical failure rate of diets and why wait cycling weight. Stigma are likely a greater risk to your health. How thin body size itself and so? That's actually important because I think when teachers are engaging in this sort of teaching odds are and not not in every case as you know sometimes this is just handed down from the district but odds are that teacher may be has a personal interest in dieting right. Maybe they're particularly caught up in diet diet culture themselves and so I think maybe that peace could help them also understand why diets don't work for adults as well and why it's really harmful to foment meant diet culture and pursue dieting another great resource on this that you could give them. Is this piece by Reagan chastain. two-time pass food site gas Reagan chastain. She also did a great piece for. US News about that weight watchers APP for kids and so willing to that in the show notes as well. Because I think that can give you some more reinforcements. Just some more voices voices and other people in the field speaking out against this APP and against dieting for kids in general really the issue. Is Your school your kids. School is teaching kids. Dieting Behaviors and disordered eating behaviors AKA counting calories and trying to reduce or restrict their calories and so the teachers need to understand how how harmful it is to teach kids dieting behaviors. And how likely it is to lead to adverse consequences down the line so I hope that's helpful. And if you WANNA submit your own question for a chance to have answered on an upcoming episode of the pod go to Kristie Harrison dot com slash questions that's Christie Harrison dot com slash questions. And then if you WANNA ask.

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Can You Have Your Carbs and Eat Them Too?

Food for Thought

13:16 min | 1 year ago

Can You Have Your Carbs and Eat Them Too?

"Truth is cops crucial to optimum health and today I want to delve right in and explain exactly why this is in the hope that you'll never affair a slice of bread or bowl of pasta again said joining me to explain the truth about cops is registered Dietitian Hala El Shafie who specializes in eating disorders amp bariatric surgery. Hello Hala Hello Raymond how are you I'm very well I think the topic guide to discuss today is so so typical of the questions that you and I as registered help fresheners you as a registered Dietitian registered nutritionist. Get every single day by the two star if we thought we've cobs were as they are said to be in the media so-called of weight gain then surely we should see everybody on a cop diets lose more weight than those on higher moderate carb diets but that's not the case as it it's not the case I mean there's so many misconceptions about nutrition as a whole and uh hydrates are of no exception in fact actually it's it's it's really of the scale actually and there are so many misconceptions and it's actually very concerned because it's now got to the point where it's actually dangerous and we are seeing issues and I'm sure you'll sing issues in your clinic with people who have literally taken a whole foods great without understanding the importance of you know ensuring that you have the right types of foods and also nutrients within within the Diet so I think we start with what is a cop so we're gonNA start with the bike basically in simple terms right now it's actually a compound that's made up of carbohydrates oxygen and hydrogen but to put it in sort of Clayton's we I mean carbohydrates are actually basically split into simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates a lot of people will have head about but maybe they don't actually understand what that means in really simple terms it's really how the body actually digest them actually how we we use them um yeah no very well expanding most people would think of simple as a piece of white bread or complex is a piece of Brown bread and cops a such an important component wouldn't of the Diet so let's talk through some of the reasons why today we are saying perhaps you actually need these carbohydrates when you really do need carbohydrates and we are getting so many makes messages in the media about what we don't need carbohydrates and on a technicality you could survive without carbon interest however this is the preferred source of energy in the body and also the the brain actually needs glucose okay which is what arteries broken down into twenty five percent of our brains energy like that's few but glucose exactly right and also it it does affect our moods you know there are lots of different aspects hair and my biggest concern is what we breakdown foods into nutrients we don't go into the super walk by nutrient we don't order nutrients in a restaurant good analogy about it yeah so when you actually break it down like that it stops to become a nonsense because it actually is a nonsense but that nonsense is causing serious issues for many many people because of the lack of understanding so hopefully today will be able to dispel most if not all of those myths now I think not so so true and we will let me be discussing those really important factors because we know and we both know that Serotonin is a happy hormone and actually serotonin plays a role with the doc melatonin which regulates Circadian Rhythms and I'll sleep slang cool and also a lot of it comes from the gut which links back to things like how healthy is you got the hydrates contribute to that but will impact Hala could cutting carbs have on someone what are the kind of signs that people tend to see I think the most obvious sign is poor energy levels so irritability you hear the term angry I mean seriously you ask anybody I was Kinda asked today I mean literally don't speak to me Miss Lunch I'm late for lunch because honestly you beyond realizing traffic I think Buckingham Palace was closed and we decided to go Toria for lunch and about an hour later in traffic I was an hour behind my lunch and we had to go home and give up road rage yes exactly no and it does it does affect your mood because it's Dr Rightly affecting your blood sugars I want your blood sugars are not no longer stable that has a direct effect now A lot of people assume on I don't have the willpower and so on and so forth but it's actually not about that it's about the physiological effect that it has on the body thank you for clarifying that so I think a lot of people think about willpower and they think that then good an awful they can't say no so you said it is eve Lucien basically absolutely I mean everything that we eat has a direct effect on our gut digestion and our blood sugars then has an effect on how we actually function yeah and as a human and it's so much more than wait I'm so upset that nutrition has now been just devalue to just weight loss weight gain yeah I mean with all due respect I didn't train for as long as I can you didn't train for as long as you did needed any of our colleagues in the failed just to do weight loss thank you I feel like if I give a talk somewhere it's always well how you going to help me lose weight razz like he just said look at your energy levels your concentration your mood every day your sleep patterns all of these factors backed absolutely everything including your ability manage wait your stress levels because there's a hormonal and balanced which is absolutely crucial now you start messing around with nutrition and what you're eating you will start to also have a negative knock-on effect to your physiology over so much I want to delve into starring with things I'd calories uh I think she let's start with them why I mean I see people in my clinic that a skydive white cops do you WanNa just explain we shouldn't beginning what is difference between white I'm Brian ah okay so basically what we talking is simple carbohydrates okay now if we actually breakdown going back to the biochemistry of what carbohydrates now they're actually broken down into Monica royds which is the simplest form and actually about how the gut actually absorbs the carbohydrates you eat the next category is soccer is which is to the matter together one time and then we go to only a few yeah I'm paulie which is yes exactly so yeah there we go that's about taking UNITA remain both so the factor here is that anything that we eat in the die all the police have to be broken down into monasteries now policy cycle rides which is five of which were talk about later cannot be broken down okay so that then means that there is a direct effect on your blood sugar or not the case may be okay so it does affect our blood sugars and that's why it's important going back to white bread it is a simple sugar it's broken down into you should get it does have a direct effect on your energy levels and stabilizing those act simply doesn't mean of course there's a good or bad food because they have the I don't use that terminology and I focus on reeducating clients on patients on that because that has such a negative tation with regards to your relationship with food there is no such thing as a good or bad food this is not a wrong alright situation it's about the silence of our diet and also to to be quite perfectly honest it's okay to have those feeds occasion of course would be without them we don't just eat for nutritional states exactly I completely agree and you've mentioned blood sugar with Tom I think people would have had a lot of is Gi all the glycemic index I'm not sure everyone knows exactly what that means so should people be focusing on the GI of food only if you'll working with a register a nutritionist or registered Dietitian explained the reason why on its own you will get yourself into trouble lacey wise just to throw out for example watermelon has a higher gi the chocolate cake oh my God rights so there you go so you could get yourself into a lot of hot water and into a bit of a mess if you're just doing that so it's really in context and it's really about the balance of your whole not just in one day because we can't get everything that we need in in just one day low gi is good for them but let you decide chocolate cake lower than watermelon yeah yeah one hundred it's very very important that in mind so of course the exception to focusing on things like Gi diets again if you diabetic and I think let's separate them out type one diabetes aside just for second can you explain a bit more about type two diabetes and why this may be affecting them with blood sugar levels so basically type two diabetes you have an insufficiency of Insulin production from the pancreas but also your body has just become less able to actually utilize that incident in very basic terms however the nutrition is absolutely crucial and somebody was type two diabetes it is as is activities well now if you do have type two diabetes you absolutely need to be under registered Dietitian diabetic team as well because they're all serious implications of not being able to manage your blood sugars over a period of time now the has been some really interesting research with against me carbohydrates diet yeah diets because I hear it all the time I hear give up carbs if you've got type two diabetes well it's not that simple now Lecomba hydrate diets can be safe and effective in the short term but remember said can be effective in the short time so that is what that's also why we need to ensure that you are under registered Dietitian and diabetic team to be able to manage your blood sugar levels as well also feel blood sugars become very hello and you'll you become hypoglycemic which is also the risk of having a low carbohydrate diet then you could potentially be in trouble so that is also a factor which people who don't consider oh no I think they always seem take the sugars out hate the shook out and actually sometimes they really need the sugars absolutely so it can what both ways and again it's reiterated the importance of not just taking something out of your diet without fully understanding what it does I mean the UK government guidelines recommend approximately fifty Centerville total energy intake should be from cops in itself and this is helpful rule of thumb to follow but obviously were unique aren't we so we are absolutely unique think just to clarify that for a what we need to be looking at it's not just the type of carbohydrate but the quality and the quantity and that is where people go wrong so to speak so and that's why working with the healthcare professional who is qualified and actually knows what they're doing because you know all of us that is a research based and evidence based in shows that we keep you safe because that's what it's about at the end of the day and so many people I ended up getting into so many problems as a result of doing something on their own you specialize in eating disorders Holler as well bariatric surgery and you must see this kind of thing over time with people just suddenly being very scared of a food group this phenomena I mean they're all research statistics on this but anecdotally I am seeing a serious increase in food version food and their foods and specifically carbohydrates and it saw misplace but the fear is very very real and trying to pick that's because somebody has read an article all started am a diet without understanding really what the implications the you know has very very serious

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A Boy's Extreme Picky Eating Left Him With Permanent Blindness

WBZ Midday News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

A Boy's Extreme Picky Eating Left Him With Permanent Blindness

"One report in the annals of internal medicine found that one teens extremely poor eating habits caused him to effectively go blind another study in the John much internal medicine says those who drink to sugar sweet and soft drinks a day have a higher risk from digestive disease is as that artificially sweetened drinks increase the risk of death from diseases of the circulatory system. registered dietitian Samantha Heller says there are ways to get a picky eater to try something new introduce them to healthy foods on a regular basis have them take part in helping you make those foods were taken to the grocery store with you being good role models always have something on the plate they like and you may have to re introduce the new food fifteen twenty times thirty times to be really patient before your kid tries it Heller also says cases were bad diets cause blindness are very rare but they do

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Nutrition for Postpartum Recovery

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Nutrition for Postpartum Recovery

"Moms who live just given birth have been through a lot and a lot is needed from them in the weeks and months following childbirth postpartum moms need good nutrition to support they're healing and recovery and for mothers who are breastfeeding their diet also has a direct impact on their babies health and growth joining me today to talk about the special. Show nutritional needs of postpartum. Moms is registered dietitian. Melissa nutri. Melissa specializes in nutrition counseling for busy moms helping them move away from restrictive fad diets and find more sustainable ways of meeting their health goals. Welcome to the podcast melissa lanka. Thank you so much for having the. I absolutely love your podcast and i'm so excited to have this conversation with you today me too. I've been looking forward to this so before we dig into this topic melissa. Tell us how it was that you came to focus specifically specifically on moms in your nutrition practice in counseling well since becoming a mom myself i have two young boys and with that and also seeing a lot a lot of other women around me becoming moms. I found that it became so difficult to take care of yourself on. Even if you previously prioritized your health <hes> i see see how common it is to start to eat mindlessly eat out of stress and skip meals because of the erotic schedules and adjusting to motherhood in general all so i'm very passionate about helping moms to know that it doesn't have to be that difficult that they're simple ways to continue to take care of yourself as the mom and particularly in the new the new motherhood period where you are focusing so much on your baby but knowing that it's so equally as important take care of yourself and that's how you're going to have the energy to better take care of your baby absolutely. So how long does that postpartum phase last. What is that considered under to be. How many months after childbirth yes so i think a lot of us tend to think of the postpartum time as maybe only six weeks because we have that that six-week hosts post-partum visit with our doctor and then often after that we don't have that much support and but really post-partum period is is at least a year or two after having your baby because it takes a good amount of time to recover and to replete your nutrients and to adjust back to your usual pre baby cells and why is nutrition so important during this phase so it helps you to recover more quickly after having having baby and to replenish the nutrients they may have lost during childbirth and also during pregnancy as well provides you with the proper energy energy that you need to take care of your baby anyone. That's a new mom knows that you need a lot of energy to take care of your baby especially. If you are losing sleep so it's so so so important to have good nutrition and then also there is some research on the role of good nutrition specific foods in reducing your risk of postpartum kim depression and anxiety and just helping with your overall mood as a new mom and then of course for moms who are breastfeeding their nutritionists going to have a direct impact on their babies nutrition. Oh absolutely yes. It's very very important and there are specific foods which will discuss that can help make more nutritious breast milk and be able but a provide your baby with all of the important nutrients that they need exactly so you've highlighted five nutrients that are particularly important to pay attention to during this time and these are all nutrients that serve important functions but they may also be ones that were more likely to fourth ball short on if we're not paying attention and the first one that we're gonna talk about his iron. Why is iron so important right now. During this time so your iron needs remain high after pregnancy see just like during pregnancy and the reason for that is you need to you continue to need extra iron to replenish the the iron in the blood that you may have lost during during childbirth whether you had or c section as well as two supplier sells with oxygen energy that they need that so important when and caring for a newborn and your iron stores are also really important as well to supply to your growing baby so <hes> if you're breastfeeding for their proper development element as well and for their thyroid function which for thyroid cy rate is particularly involved in babies immune system development and for healthy metabolism abbas ahmad so really important both for mong in recovery and for babies development as

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Is Sparkling Water Good For You?

BrainStuff

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Is Sparkling Water Good For You?

"Today's episode is brought to you by ibm. Smart is open open is smart. I._b._m.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of red hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at i._b._m. Dot com slash red hat. Welcome to brainstorm production of iheartradio mark. Hey brain stuff. Lauren vocal bomb here as consumer preferences veered towards more quote unquote natural ingredients in their foods and beverages diet. Soda sales are dropping in place of soda. Carbonated waters like seltzer water are tingling evermore tongues americans are buying three three times as much of the staff as they did a decade ago and although there are plenty of reasons to give up the artificial sweeteners and diet soda could all those bubbles potentially bad for us to i let sit on a bit of carbonated water lingo. Sparkling water is a type of mineral water. That's bottled at the source. Think brands like perry. The minerals in them are naturally occurring and the carbonation might be too although some manufacturers might add bubbles for more zip salter waters biting bubbles rules are all created artificially but they have no other added ingredients save for sometimes flavorings of some sort either natural or artificial a side note here natural flavoring means. This chemical was derived from plants or animals including laboratory farmed microorganisms and official means. This chemical was synthesized in a laboratory from other chemicals. A natural chemical and an artificial chemical may be molecular identical and batches of the one labelled artificial might actually be more pure because they were synthesized in the carefully controlled lab anyway other than sparkling water and seltzer water. There are the offshoots of carbonated water that have other added ingredients. The club soda is a seltzer water with added minerals and sodium potentially table salt or even baking soda both of which reduce acidity and conjure flavor that for many drinkers anchors is more reminiscent of natural spring water tonic water is altogether another entity typically loaded with sugars and a dash of cleaning making it more soda soda pop then seltzer all of these bubbling waters. Oh their existence to an eighteenth century english preacher named joseph priestley who created a technique that forced carbon a oxide gas in two regular old flat water when held together under pressure the gas remained in the water indefinitely in till it was released into a glass and the gas began and the process of floating out the drinker finally enjoyed the refreshing tingle of carbonation on their tongue leader researchers found that forcing carbon dioxide in water has has some notable side effects. It makes the water a bit more acidic which adds some bite to flavors it also helps to preserve the drink to make taste fresher longer priestly erroneously crony asleep touted his revolutionary drank away for sailors to beat back the effects of scurvy during long voyages and even rigged up a portable system that allowed them to create carbonated water on aboard ships on demand so our modern health conscious consumers mistakenly believing other health benefits of sensors and their kin a two do those one study found that sparkling mineral water caused slightly greater dental rozhin than stillwater but according to the report quote levels remained low and were of the order of one hundred <unk> times less than the competitor soft drinks and two thousand seven study found that flavored sparkling waters could be just as creative as orange juice to the teeth but all the flavored waters in the study contained citric acid which can be highly erosive. We spoke by email with marissa more registered dietitian here in atlanta she she said that beyond those issues bubbling water is rather innocuous quote. The carbonation may cause bloating for some and or feelings of fullness but overall. It's a fine way to hydrate eight and especially helpful for those who don't particularly enjoy still or flat water and if you're trying to lose weight by cutting your caloric intake that feeling of fullness might even be a benefit and fizzy water might be a good way to entice you into drinking more h. Two o. moore said seltzer water is a fun and effective way to hydrate particularly for those who wouldn't drink water otherwise if you have any digestive issues or effects from seltzer water then you might cut back or even steer clear of it otherwise i'd say consider enjoying your seltzer with a meal instead of solo or rinsing with plain water afterwards. Today's episode was written by nathan chandler and produced by tyler clang brains devos's production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other efforts topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and for podcast from iheart radio is iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by ibm. Smart smart is open. Open is smart. I._b._m.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of red hat. Let's unlocked the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at i._b._m. Dot com slash red hat.

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Strawberries, spinach and kale top "dirty dozen" list: How to minimize pesticide intake

KCBS Radio Morning News

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Strawberries, spinach and kale top "dirty dozen" list: How to minimize pesticide intake

"Nearly seventy percent of conventionally gone produce sold to the US was found to have pesticide residue. According to a new report from the environmental working group, Samatha Heller registered dietitian NYU. Join CBS this morning to discuss how strawberry spinach and kale top their. So called dirty dozen list of produce with the most contamination. We really need to wash better. I don't know if we need to wash better what we do need to wash. And I think we forget when we buy things like parsley or basil. They need to be washed when they're fresh we need to wash melons and lemons and limes, and that doesn't take off just a lot of the pesticide residue. But a lot of the other detritus that these these vegetables and produce are exposed to in transit in Pratt in stocking the shelves, so we do need to wash fruits and vegetables spent a lot of us forget to washing actually take it all the pesticides off it takes some of the residue author. Remember pesticides also live in soil and water plan is sucking these up for nutrients, so it can be in the tissues of the plant as well. But we hear pesticides. Samantha treats. A lot of people out how worried should we be pesticides are toxins, and at high levels people that are at risk are like farmers, and the sprayer is he saying those has Matt gaetz right? And they can cause endocrine problems like hormone problems neurological problems increased risk for cancer. So we do want to minimize used to pesticides. We want to support local farmers who are farming organically and sustainably, however, when you're consuming some of these pro some of the protests that is on the thirty dozen list that we can't afford navy to buy organically, or we don't have in our neighborhood, the benefits of how fantastic Callen, strawberries and spinach are for you definitely outweigh the amount of pesticide that has been found in them. So I don't want people to be paranoid that they can't eat these spinach than a cheeseburger. Yes. It is. I said we're talking about dad's. My parents were in town this weekend, and we made a Gumbo we were shopping, and I said that I want all organics, and he just rolled his eyes at me. So it made me think if you can't always buy organic or you'll want to what are the top three organics who should get and the top three that you don't need to have organic. Well, if you're going to go by the dirty dozen list, the top of the list where the strawberries and the spinach and the kale if I were pregnant if I had little ones, I might buy the organic baby food, I might for those nine months focused more on the organic fruits and vegetables that are in that dirty dozen list. But if I can't afford it, and if it's not in your area, it's still worth eating them. You may just want to eat less of them. During those periods of time, fruits and vegetables are fantastic for us, and we're not eating enough of them in the country. So I don't want people to get scared. No. Why would I not? Why would I want any kind of pesticides in my body based on what you just said pesticides closet for? Why don't we don't live in an environment? Where pesticides can stay in our soil in our water for decades. It's okay to eat it as long as you. Don't eat. We have to look at the amount. That's in the food. How much is in there? And how much is going to actually have an effect in an increase our whisper, these these health issues that we mentioned

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Mindfulness helped Kathy Bates lose 60 pounds

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Mindfulness helped Kathy Bates lose 60 pounds

"Actress Kathy Bates says she's lost sixty pounds. She's not giving any diet plans like the Cato diet eating vegan the credit though. So how'd she do it? She says her weight loss was a result of simply being mindful. Here's our health reporter, Dr Deanna lights mindful eating is paying attention to what. And how. Oh, you're eating grace Rochas, a registered dietitian with Blue Cross Blue shield of Michigan bear mindful either basically rule that you are present in the moment while you're eating and then we eat without judgment. We go with the feeling of what we want to choose at that moment. But then we're also aware of when's the right time to stop because we're fall DeRosa says some of the first steps towards mindful eating determine if you're eating because you're hungry or if you're eating for emotional reasons, and when you do we sit down and eat without distractions. No watching TV or scrolling through your

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Trump to rollback birth control mandate

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Trump to rollback birth control mandate

"The centers for disease control, shells, high numbers of influence. Cases in New York City and nineteen states. In a new report, the CDC describes flu activity as widespread with the highest hospitalization. Rates among young children. The hardest hit states are mainly the south at along the Gulf Coast. Doctors say it's done not too late to get a flu shot since the flu season can last well into spring. That's NBC's. Lisa Carter, many Americans believe they should avoid eating eggs because of their cholesterol content, but registered dietitian, Katie. Hey, says eggs are a nutritional powerhouse that should be part of your diet has bearing amount of thirteen central vitamins and minerals and a large egg has six grams of high quality protein and all nine essential amino acids, and that's all for seventy calories. It only about fifteen cents. Hey, says don't toss the yoke because it's important for fetal, brain development and maintaining optimal brain function later in life egg yolks are also one of the few natural sources of vitamin D. And that's critical. For building healthy bones. You're Houston Rockets close out a three game homestand when the Cavaliers come to Toyota center tonight rockets have won fourteen of their last sixteen at home. Coverage starts at six sports socks. Seven ninety tip off at seven here on KTAR, h the Dow is now down seventy nine the NASDAQ down thirty s and p five hundred down seven oil at fifty one forty three. Now, more rush. I'm Scott Crowder. Newsradio sudden forty KTAR h. From the Gulf Coast windows dot com traffic center. This report is brought to you by compassion international. You can't change the whole world

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Kids With Concussions Can Phase In Exercise, Screen Time Sooner Than Before

Morning Edition

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Kids With Concussions Can Phase In Exercise, Screen Time Sooner Than Before

"Researchers think that could make things worse. Kids can end up feeling isolated an extra anxious play in physical activity are like water and sunlight to their brains. That's Angela Lumumba Brown co director of Stanford's concussion and brain performance center. She led the CDC's effort to rewrite recommendations children should actually return to their activities after just two to three days of rest as they need it. This new approach reflects the latest research Marquel stat of Washington University school of medicine in St Louis worked on both the CDC and a P guidelines kids who actually were back to school after a day or two with adjustments to their school day. Their school workload actually got much better and better quicker than the kids that were actually kept at home for five days and told to do nothing intense. Contact sports are a no go, but light exercise is okay. Maybe some brisk walking or some light work on an exercise bike everything in moderation including electronics use. It was discouraged before the new guide say, it's okay. As long as it doesn't make headaches worse. That's kind of the point that we try to get cross with the updated statement is that we don't need to go to extremes of everything for LIAM's mom. Michelle Ramsey Levitt. A new approach feels right especially in this day and age of women are like, you know, they're on devices and they're going from activity activity after three days of rest. She sends Liam was ready to ease back into school and with the doctors blessing. He did for NPR news. I'm on sing you can find protein supplements everywhere online at the pharmacy grocery store. The protein industry is booming and is on track to sell over twelve billion dollars worth of products this year, so many options. Powders bars, pills and more. But do we really need all this supplemental protein and pears Patty name reports proteins critical for every Sal in our body? It helps spelled nails hair, bones and muscles. And unlike nutrients that are found only in a few foods protein is pretty much ubiquitous Angela Pepe tone is a registered dietitian with John's Hopkins institute of genetic medicine, she says it's in foods. Many of us are

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"So like a guy, you You still. still have some days you're like, well, it's better than it was like, oh God. So for me, it's both. I, it's wanting to, you know, my thing is. Yeah, I would like to but not to live at tractive because I, I may sexual and I'm pretty sure a romantic too, but that also might be because of my weight that I feel she knew my wit that I again, like you said you don't think you're worthy of someone like he me. So I was, I have a friend then Chon. I think some people are she I, she's been my videos and stuff. She recently lost a lot of weight and when she she was bigger. She thought she was a sexual like me when she lost weight, got more confident her body. She realized I'm a lesbian, so I'm fully prepared for that to happen. Happen, maybe even want to have a medication ship. I'm pretty sure I like is, and I don't want to get into this too much. Ready to have yet another lesbian in my. And they're all on the up in my living other day morning before his not another one. Love lesbians, just to make it clear made a lot of jokes. All are in one friend group on the all the exact same haircut. Our action, whether like a game and they all we always hang out like by. So pretty. Hunting, it's insane. Oh my gosh. It's just funny that like. Bush wants to move out here. Mike, you gotta you gotta get your leather jacket. But anyway. I'll live your motorbike down here. Anyway, we sound super tolerant. Do we lactose. I will. Yeah, so that's part of it is as I want to look at, but but mostly just so people fucking just stop making fun of me. It's fucking hurts, and but it's also the health thing because I let myself get so fat that I started to experience. Oh, these are the health issues I'm going to have if I continue on this path. So I'd say it's probably sixty percent actual literally, just want to be healthy forty percent one, a look, good in clothes. And I think I am definitely more masculine, but I think I will become more feminine because I do like wearing dresses I'd you like having limit. I just don't like doing it is the thing. But I feel like when I'm once I feel myself getting a little bit like I'm painting my nails. I feel those nails which is airplane which we should not have done, but I just feel myself like getting more to myself, I guess. I guess I'm John, no, but like I know exactly what you're saying having gone through this, you just feel like you're really becoming the person you were meant to be. Yeah, and it's, but the thing is, like you said something about, like, you know, like how childhood obesity. Oh, it's all the stuff looking back and I'm sure this is true for all youth when you thought you were so fab back then. What do we found at all? And I, I'm sh- I'm guessing you guys had this experience tune and I wanted to share was maybe like the first time that you someone may first time you someone else made you feel fat because I have Javad definitive Hodi, do you? I know. Okay. Well, the we can share, but 'cause I like, yeah. Okay. Mine was. I was in many like fifth grade. I wasn't wasn't skinny, but I was normal normal tall. So it kind of wasn't fat at all. And there's this kid in Justin m whatever. And I think it was mostly because I was tall and you know, and that that age boys are are smaller and short guy syndrome, whatever. No, truly, truly, and the guy just an in front of everybody. He called me and it seems kind of funny now a wildebeest. Oh yeah. And that was an looking back now. It's like dark. That was the moment I was just like, and it's and it's. And when you think about, it's like it's telling of what they think of because it's not a, it's an animal it's on him being right? Yeah. And like. I was like, oh my God. Like that's the moment. Like I was like, that's when I started thinking. I played basketball Evans like, oh, she's slow. She suck because I was taller..

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"You. Have your honesty are more your you care more about, like your body, like your physical attributes and it's because of your body? Just morphine, which I don't think I have. Yeah. So I, if you would lay explain. That's me. I know. Like body this Morvan. Yeah, I basically see myself my I don't like I see my body, not how it is like I see my body is I see myself as a way fatter. Every time I look in a mirror then how do you know because people tell people some Emma skinny. Heated because I'm like active. I'm just like, oh my God are waiting on you. Ghannam style. I heard it the other week. What so? Like it's, yeah, I don't even remember we're talking about. But yeah, I just see myself as fatter or I just, I don't. I don't maybe don't have body. I don't know what it is, but I'm pretty sure I bought it. Explain it to her. She my God. I mean, I'm happy to do that. We just see myself as fatter than the way people see me, I guess. Right? Which like, what does that even fucking me when a boils down to everything? Yeah. I mean, in order like for you in particular, I would have a lot of questions and we could like get into that. We could. We could do the whole coaching thing, but just in general, what I find interesting is that a lot of the way that we go about or the way I go about body image is I use like a number of different tools, so intuitive eating health at every size approaches and various different like body image things, and a lot of it comes down to what are you actually scared of with being fat or gaining weight or whatever it is usually? Yeah, usually. No me. It's how people treat and view. Yeah, honestly, I think that's what it is..

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"Like the easiest way to is just too. It sounds so dumb, but I just be healthy like be more mindful of link just what like for me, it was a clicking moment of, oh, this food is what my body literally runs on to taste good. I mean, like, you know what I mean? Exactly exactly. It's just the, I had just a whole misconception of my relationship with food, I guess. So is that what intuitive eating is or what's what does that? Because Isn't term. I've my. not just from you, but even just around when I was tweeting about my weight loss the other day, like some people mentioned it like the books and stuff about it. Totally. I'd never heard of it and I get kind of guess what it means just by the, you know the words, but if you could explain it. Great. Yes. So intuitive eating is something that's really interesting because, and I'm glad you're asking me because Weight Watchers and other like people that you might see on YouTube, for example, have kind of co opted the term and been like intuitive eating for weight loss, which like not intuitive eating by the way. It's just that's just not so intuitive eating at its core. Is these two dieticians basically were. To ITV and eating got together. Exactly. Comedy podcast guys just wanted to remind you, but they got together and they were like, like all of our clients who came to us for way laws are having no luck and they're miserable, and it's nothing's working and we feel like failures and then they realized like, oh yeah, all of this whites. Wait science is really biased and really just like messed up and what if weight loss doesn't work. So they created this program that has been extensively studied in tested and works very well. And it takes you through these. They did a good thing. Yeah. Oh, I'm sitting here ready to paint them as the villains. Like, let's take them down there. Nears. Eating good or bad. Good. Ableson have been co opted by diet, coke zero. Okay. So that like taken simply eating and changed the meaning of? Exactly. Oh, k. got it back with it. I got so lost for second sitting here, and I'm so happy I asked because sometimes you just really have to ask the stupid question. Casino. Say, and looking at you, Tom Cruise, I wanna Scientology episode with Tom. No, anyway. So intuitive eating is a good thing that has been miss e lined exact. So these two people made. Okay. They're good. Okay. Let's so basically people my head on like just painting the picture. So it starts with rejecting dia culture, which I think is like one of the most powerful and like rebellious acsi you can do as being like, no, like dude it. Fuck that. I'm not like rejecting diet culture rejecting like your exactly what you were saying before is like, I just I'm treating myself as if I'm a thin person in this society like, yeah, exactly. Things, don't worry, but they are conscious with. They're not like counting the thing Corbett is I fucking hate math. I don't want get calories. I don't want to look at my day. Want to calculate. I don't want to download a now. I just want to know. I want my double chin gone, and I want to wear smaller close. Shit out of breath, and I just wanna to shoop. Worry so much about what I'm eating all the damn time. Right? Yeah, I think honestly, it's funny because I'm always bigger than you, but but but..

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"It was trying to get people more money back, and I didn't even say this for so long. I've literally just thought of this adjust now. There's so much stuff that you learn to live with forget are even there because it's just been there for so long that I'm like, like I just I'm getting things back that I didn't even know I lost interest. That's why it's so emotional for me because I'm like, oh my God, like this whole time, I've been miserable and I knew it, but I was more miserable than I even knew. Yeah, realize that like this solution was there the whole time, but it has to click like it has to. You want it. I don't know. It's like it's like drug quitting, you know, like what's it called addiction? Yeah. Like I, it's different for everyone. If there's just a moment where you have to hit it and like, and I did thank God. Because twenty four, you know, that's that's getting old. Like when she I was getting blow back back. I'm like twenty four years old. Like my niece shouldn't hurt when it rains. You know what I mean? Like time you're back shit. Heart is on your Bandon to Hove our in our helping your mom in the garden because your daughter. He. Right? Yes, that's why it's emotional for a lot of people because you, you don't realize how it's you just think of it as a physical thing. So you only think it's affecting physically, but it's affecting you almost even more mental? Absolutely. One of the things I tell people is that you can always refuse to be wait at the doctor's office. So for people were that's really triggering and people with a history of eating disorders or whatever don't be weighed or turn around if they really need your weight that bad, you say, don't say it out loud. You turn around when you get on the scale and you don't look because for for I have a lot of clients who that is like the most triggering thing. They go into the doctor. Yeah, I'm gonna try that next time. Yeah. Do it you because there's no reason like if they really need it, that bothers no reason that you need to know I'm coming. I'm coming to you for asthma, right? Yeah, it's my windpipe my fucking like belly fat, really. And everyone thinks that they're like a nutritionist these days, even doctors are like, oh, it's because like the obesity I make democ like we've been, we've had this like beaten into us like, oh obesity and like childhood obesity. Like this is the problem, right? But. But really, there's actually not a single, proven weight loss method that is a stable longer than five years and in every single clinical weight loss trial that we have the participants at ninety, five percent of participants regain the weight within five years. Because yeah there and that's what people don't realize is that like diets don't work like up and if you're a having lost the way that can fucking attest to that amount of stupid. Oh my God, the amount of Google searches up quick ways to lose weight fast, like which is fucking redundant. But I know I've searched that was no desperate to lose it fast and easy, and it's.

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"And in order to be healthy, you have to lose weight. Well, why can't wait just be like a by a byproduct. Why can't? Why isn't it? The behaviors that we focus on like you must've added. Exercise. These are the things that are going to make you healthy, not losing the weight. Yeah, yes. Wow. It's it's like. Oh. Agrees either. The levels of like it's like doing this. This big chain of the open, and it's only seeing like going to the doctor as a kid and hearing all these things. And now as an adult and like having my own almost brain, you know, like I see your own. It's my own brain mine. Doctors in this kind of chain. It's not really about it by this is something I just remembered. I I wanna talk about is if other people have come to you, I'm sure that people dumbest. I being fat it pr- it like be. We'll not be not being me being ashamed of how fat I was or it was preventing me from going to the doctor because I was barest because I know if add tests, you know there, you know, I mean the professionals, but they feel you around an. I dealt with asthma without inhaler because I just couldn't go to a doctor and it's and I think that's so dangerous because it's like, and that's what really hit me was like, I'm literally living with asthma because I'm too afraid to go to the doctor because I don't like how I look. And I'm just like, that's what people who've nor much more serious conditions because of that. And yes, like have other people said that, is that like a thing? So actually there is some research that suggests that, so wait stigma internalized weight stigma, which is essentially like this internal belief that you should be. Ashamed of a bigger body or being fat, which by the way love using the word fat. I want to normalize it as much as possible. Internalize weight stigma is like terrible for your health. It is. It's kind of like how I mean, it's just bad. Like living with shame is not good for your health. It's never going to be good for your health, and I feel like we can all agree on that whether or not we have the science, it's doesn't feel good to be ashamed of yourself. But there are some research to suggest that weight stigma from doctors and internalized. Weight stigma from society is actually responsible for that gap in like why bigger people have worse health outcomes because you won't go to the doctor or doctors straight up, ignore bigger, like people in bigger bodies because they're like, oh, well, you should lose weight, like lazy diagnosis is just like, oh, at the weights, your problem. And it's like, no, there's other like I always tell people when they go to the doctor. If your doctor is not automatically like a health at every size practitioner to say, what would your. Treatment be if I was thin, give me that diagnosis. Give me a recommendation, do not prescribe weight loss to me and treat me as if I'm thin person. Well, why? Why? Why is the first thing they do way. I went to a minute clinic because I had a sti- and my eye and the first thing they do is way me. Why do you need the? It's literally just for insurance. I just read that actually that it's just for insurance..

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"I want to get into stuff to about, obviously, I'm actually about Clinton. Yeah, but yeah, because it is super important. It's literally my life. Exactly. Yeah, that's that is the best part is that when people try and be like, oh, I don't know why people try and be like, but people you'll share your story and it's stuff that works for me. I made a video about high lost weight, and the response was so interesting because people were like, dairy isn't bad for you, blah, blah, blah. And I was like, I found that my body did not respond well compared to wasn't consuming dairy like people just love to tell you you're wrong. Exactly. Would you do you like the way I see nutrition, it's and I think you said it earlier, but I mean, I will never say, quote meal that it's very personalized. Yeah, and there is no one answer to losing weight net Rex. I mean, yeah, we can get into that after the break, but in terms of even losing weight, that's not even something that is really accomplished by most people who try to lose weight and there's a lot of research behind that. But yeah, in terms of actually just nutrition and health. A lot of these you can kind of spot a fake person like a fake sort of idol. I guess if they tell you like facts and like one hundred percents about food or about diets or whatever, they're like this works every time are like this. Like that's how you spot someone who is full shit because you're like, we don't have the evidence to support that. Don't like nutrition right now. We're finding out a lot about cholesterol that we never knew before. And for example, like eggs were always this. Horrible thing that you couldn't eat because your cholesterol Bola and then we found out that the cholesterol you eat, doesn't turn into the classroom on your boss. Shut the fuck up. Yeah, I'm I am not even kidding. While is something Durant about later true that the you actually don't like need like dairy as much as you do. They made it up to like saw more cheese in the fifties. Is that true? That is the war economy that is true. Yeah, surplus dairy for the work me and we just had way too much area after the war. And so it got lobbied essentially to be put into the nutrition recommendations for a glass of milk per meal come on. I grew up drinking like fuck and glasses of milk lick my brothers, and I would like we were just that's how you got strong bones and all of this. And yeah, obviously there's Calcio out looking back on it like repulsive. Like I remember thinking like this is just gross. Oh shit. My buddy out a loan. Yeah, I not that it's about it, but like I ended up just losing weight just by doing that because my body was loaded body was just I was shitting constantly which I do want to ask a question about that by the way to make your two hundred thousand dollars of education worth it. How many times a day should I be shitting. Do you know. My body's saying. Well, why are you say how many you do and then more idolize it? Ooh. Okay. I'm going to really go out here. That'd be talk back. You're right. Okay. You know what? I wake up some days by eleven. There's been four. Okay. Bye. Phase that separate and they all seem pretty to me. I'm pretty proud of them. They're not like a like dog. Okay, solid or they're making that was an amount of marijuana be pleased. I would quick plug. I would recommend getting a Squatty potty. Oh, I. I. This is so mortifying, I don't buy one. I literally just lift my legs. This is really just celery whole new level casinos face. I can't even look at him. I saw glimpse of it, and I feel so mortified. I know the visual. Record behind the guy just under the crease anyway. Got fall in. Okay. Okay. What. Shuns never been toilet. I've greeted that I'm like own me on little, oh, meat may fall in. Dream to God after the break, we're going to you. After the radio stick around find out how many times I should be shitting today, actually, yeah, that would make me want us to guy do wanna know. So after the break you're going to find out..

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"I just spent like, you know, two hundred thousand dollars on college like, thank you, and I just got in and I found a program that worked for me and it just all mind. Like I literally think that I was born to do this, but I also got like incredibly lucky and I have a lot of privilege. So like I got through it every day. This is a podcast, but we're always in her hands. Please. Mark nor'easter hat. He's coming. Mark did not raise his record Shelley street white male and the audience. Checker. While it's so interesting. So so how long have you been practicing then? How old are you? I'm holding my twenty four. Yeah. So I've been, I've had my business for year. I rebranded my business like five months ago to do Instagram yet my Instagram pressure body project, and then just going full intuitive, eating full, like helping people heal the relationship of food and stopped dieting essentially. So do you have clients do people like come to you? How did they find you put ads out or online? Pinterest? No. Hearing like young people like us talk about. I don't know, like awkward icon. Trailed off, but it's so cool to hear people who are young, just like and silicon. My god. I was gonna, say, admirable that you're like, really? It's cool to see you have a business in like really use every aspect of technology and advertising at your fingertips. I know this has nothing to do with that, but I just like, I don't know. It's. Yeah. Tell us more. I don't know a halfway through like, oh, this airplanes going down. Mark, mark. I mean, it's interesting because I've obviously been studying this stuff for a while, but like studying marketing has been a huge portion of my brain for the past six months trying to figure out how to get my name out there. I mean, Instagram kind of came naturally to me because I feel like Instagram's one of those things where that's my platform like I love Instagram, but everything else is just over my head like blog posts and SEO and all that stuff is just crazy. And you also have to. I bet and correct me if I'm wrong, like have a way of committed cross as knowledgeable when there's so many other facts and yet miss out there. I feel like everyone wants to say like, there's just this one key. They want to just pin it down to one thing or like yawn like genre thing, and it's like, no, it fill much more intricate than that. Yeah. Like how do you just with with marketing yourself and with being, you know, just having to be knowledgeable about how do you make yourself seem like, how do you again, what I'm trying to say is how do you make yourself like known amongst all the bullshit I take a very like, I don't know everything approach, but you know more about your body than anyone ever will. And I'm here to translate essentially and help you understand what you're experiencing. If you're like a body therapist, almost kind of I'm I call myself a body image coach because a lot of what we do is like body, whoa, sorry, I hit the mic off forgiven. Glittering times I'm still sitting here so. You can't fire me. Car on. I didn't. No, no, no. Anyway. You were saying, yeah, I don't know, just like body image self worth, and I make people feel heard, and I make people feel understood. And I say, I'm here to listen to you. I'm here to validate you and your emotions, but I'm also here to clear up the stories that you tell yourself and sort of like cut through the bullshit and realize like, why do you need all these rules? Why do you need? What is it that you're desperately searching for that control? And how can we turn that into taking charge of your life and taking charge of your health instead pitch? I'm horny for this conversation. Yeah. No, I'm so this is because he is skinnier. No, but he's still has like issues that we still deal the same thing as farther along the quota wanting to say the nutrition now, but it's the body image like. This morpheus is just fucking nut should get into that in the next section..

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"Well, I feel like are two things that I've learned that have really helped my nutrition and just like knowing that, oh, you can eat, you know, like a cookie, for example, but you shouldn't don't eat the whole batch. And maybe that's your one cookie for the week. I mean, obviously I'm not nutritionist, so I don't know how this is gonna play over. But anyway, we do have an interest in this here because we don't know all the answers in. I'm sure you limit you don't know all the answers yet. I don't think there is any way to I'm being very deep and introspective and I'm proud of myself. We have a special guest today and also special almost going. We have yesterday. She is a nutritionist. She is also a close friend of one of my favorite people in the entire world. And I'm sure you would agree. Yes, Ashland tap. And I'm sure you would. Anchin speak. Can I speak now? I am Whitney cut Alano kettle chips. Yeah, I'm not safe. Now you're obviously a nutritionist, where did you. Where did you like? Where did you get this interest? And where did you like get this knowledge. Yeah. Like what. Okay. So the interest started? I, I was I grew up a bigger kid and I went through everything that goes through with that being in high school being bigger, having kids be mean and just the dealing with that, and then learning about nutrition and through learning about nutrition, developing very disordered relationship with food. I wouldn't say I had an eating disorder, but like binge eating is not something that I don't know about, like I know plenty about it. So that was developing a disordered relationship with food. It really only takes one diet started. My first diet at twelve, went away watchers and kind of ever since then was like on and off diets and in college. My relationship with food got really bad. I, it wasn't ever something that I actively sought help for. I actually got my degree because it was a way of controlling food was learning as much as I possibly could about it. And it's interesting. There's a lot of dieticians out there who. Go into this because they have weird relationships with food too. So that's interesting. I know where. Yeah, we're fucked up to. An AA meeting. I'm like, Wow, I've relate. One hundred percent healthy relationship food and like eat like that all the year fucking robot me. I let them on the podcast. Shop took fucking drugs. So it's like, yeah, nobody's perfect over the same. Now, what is a neutral? Like I know it's like, I think I know what it is, but like what is a nutritionist? Yeah. So I'm a registered dietitian nutritionist, which is a very specific credential that I went to college. I did. You know, twelve hundred hours of clinical work in hospitals, hundred dollars. Oh my God. I don't know how it was lot. And then I took like boards stay boards and Gumma credentials. So that's a really big thing too. I wanna like differentiate between because nutritionists technically can be anything. There's no, like the word nutritionist is not regulated. Oh my God, so I could be a nutritionist. Yeah, you could say Hanes. Your dial. And get some wells one by everything and then spit it out. You'll be skinny forever. Youtuber podcast. Interesting. So how many years was that? College and my internship probably like five and a half. Oh God. I couldn't even. You didn't even do for? I forgot like five years was yeah, something that was friend at five years. Did. Did you were you ever like Izzo worth it like this month? I. Go like times. I can literally count, it's because there's this process in between college and getting your internship to get your required hours that you have to apply to internships and it's Golic a forty, seven percent acceptance rate or something. So they basically tell you if you don't have four point out, like you should switch careers near like hungry. I love that..

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And I thought I would talk about a money. Making money winning idea it's. Actually, not, even so much about the. Money it's just a winning idea overall Susan Moore's is a longtime friend, she's a. Dietitian with all the letters, behind her name Registered dietitian I know this I know. Too that you have consulted for many years for with for Kowalski's markets here in town but also you, came up with an idea sometime ago when you were kind. Of picking up on the the story of these. Inner city gardens, that were going on and you thought what. A, great way to utilize because some. Of, those kids were growing produce that was. Being sold at local markets and things like that and oftentimes donated to, to to people who might need it but you found. Another way to involve them Suzanne first of all thank you for coming on your on WCTC oh? It's a treat to be here thanks. It's called roots for the home team and if, you come to a game on a weekend. In the summertime you'll find roots for, the home, team inside target field you were right inside gate thirty four now is it still kind of that same location still there. We just moved around a little bit so actually, when you walk in. Get thirty four you see us right out of. The shoe it's a great. Location, and, then people you know I. Know that because I even heard Dave Lee and Mike Lynch. You know more or less Scoffing at this idea before the season began when they were talking about foods just I. Mean just the idea of salads who's going to go to a ballpark for salads well apparently enough people so that your sell out every weekend just about every weekend, and actually it's the impetus for was when the. Twins decide to the outdoor ballpark from the dome and it just screamed summer fresh foods all that sort, of Loveliness that Musashi it with summer and so that's sort. Of how the idea hatched in we have a. Nice little tribal, folks that follow us yeah well that is. Very, good seven seasons now is this. Your, service the season seven season and the. Thing tell me about the youth that are doing this so they kind, of change from year to year right because they sort. Of graduate out of the program we work with four garden partners here in the twin cities so? We worked with appetite for change which. Is in north Minneapolis dream of wild health which, is a native American group of you urban. Routes which is on east side of, Saint Paul, and then Urban Ventures which is in south Minneapolis so there For us are rotating through their programs rights how they rotate through hours so and these young, people along with some guidance and some help put. Together salads Thus roots for the home team salads that that are unique to some of their various markets in such this has to be. An abundant time for you right, now this time of year where everything is. Just producing right ally in August are, word and we really kick it in and so every game. Early games we don't have as much from the us but by the end of the season one hundred percent of the produce is coming from the, US? And. Here's something else that I just learned recently because it was just. A week, ago that, you the program kicked off in Milwaukee that Miller park right yeah so? We tried for a few years? And we got? In there got enough I guess. To convince what do you have, to. Convince in a situation like this? What do, you have to say you know what this is really a great idea. They love this at target field whatever how do. You sell that, idea so I we find our garden partners that's sort. Of the linchpin to it all and then we go to the front office folks and so Dave Saint Peter, and Brian Donaldson who's with. The community fund we're the folks that we talked with here and I know that Dave talked with. Mr. pole ad and he gave a green light on it because they're very interested in agriculture and urban food here as well and so through up through them so it started. Literally through day Saint Peter and, we got.

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hey welcome to the show what's up. It's Russell rush this is the show that is all about San Antonio and there is so much happening in our city. So keep listening for what we're about to talk about. Here and who? Are about. To, have on the show right now joining us in the studio Zarifa registered dietitian with metrohealth how are you I'm good listen I think. It's I think it's great that you're here because we've hit the point of this summer when there's a lot, of there's a lot of barbecuing going on there's. A lot of eating there's a lot of different food things around here. And it's. Good. To, be mindful of what we should be doing to stay, healthy right, we San Antonio has been on a good track I feel, like, yes is coming along the way. We are definitely. Trying to promote healthy eating in every aspect especially with, the city of San Antonio's metrohealth permit this is. Kind of our big focus on this year in ongoing years of course yeah now when I first moved to San Antonio. Thirteen years ago you know the city was always on. That fattest cities? List and. Grab Yeah exactly but you know we've we've taken steps to improve that and, I feel like we really have it's changed you. Know and I think that's some of the work with metro healthier but. You put. This. Diagram in front of me over here what is the biggest, thing that, we have a problem with here with food in San Antonio Well Some of our key factors I think would San Antonio that we'd love to eat right and eating can play a big role in our. Health and so with the city has done has launched Aviva health campaign which launched last year of March of last year that really focuses on simplifying nutrition for the, community really kind of getting people to eat more of a variety of fruits and, vegetables which we know people just aren't doing these days along with drinking water in not sugary, drinks and drinking sugary drinks has been the biggest factor for putting people at risk for type two diabetes and contributing to overweight obesity here and bear. County so those are some simple messages along, with of, course controlling portions is factor. Here Right I mean that's the thing right we we you see so many people go on these crash diets and things and they hold themselves back and it never works because you're missing out on things that you may love which may. Be. Okay in a small portion not. Seventeen tortillas at dinner you know what I mean, those are that those are the problems we. Have here you know going back to the sugary drinks in that I gotta to tell you from my own experience losing weight after having a. Maybe a couple of sodas a day and then just stopping that that'll take off some weight easily yes each one of our key messages.

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"You think beyond your plate i'm melinda hemelgarn register dietician and investigative nutritionist on admission to connect the dots between food health and agriculture and find food truth and today i'm honored to welcome my guest dr martha the lori she is a professor of nutrition at the ohio state university where her research seeks to identify specific fats that modify energy metabolism and inflammation in health and disease in particular her research group looks at the mechanisms of how different fatty acids change gene expression and metab listen in skeletal and heart muscles i happen to meet her on an airplane she was going to the american academy of nutrition in dietetic annual conference in chicago this past fall where she spoke about these different kinds of fatty acids and to try to put some of the misconceptions and confusion at rest her work has generated over one hundred peerreviewed research articles with continual funding support from a variety of respected agencies including the nih usta nasa the american cancer society and the american institute for cancer research thank you so much for being with me dr blurry welcome thank you so much for having me pleasure to be speaking with you today well i'm curious to know as dieticians i i don't know if i mentioned that you are also in addition to being a researcher nutrition professor and researcher at the ohio state university but you're also a fellow dietician and i think it's so interesting to see how our careers move forward or progress from our education and you have developed a strong interest and expertise in dietary fat how did that happen well i would actually studying to be a dietician i went to beaver texas an awesome and one of the professors came into one of our classes and said there's fellowship for undergraduate researchers everybody should apply and nobody apply but me so i got it and i worked with a group of professors who were working on how dietary fat affect inflammation and tumor formation and they were in this in mouse model for kanther to understand how dietary fat could impact basically the risk for cancer in these mouse models that's fascinating especially because i think if we look at some of the headlines and the media today there are certain terms that bubble up to the top so all kinds of fat issues whether it's the inner should i.

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"registered dietitian" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Example everybody was on the heck and stay don't even here buttered anymore right now and may and i think they more in may they change in atkins went to maybe something that was a little more sustainable like south beach type diet and now i think people have moved onto more paleo types of their and a versions polio one to the next eating like a caveman oh that's a paleo dead all right called blue wanna know from you have register dietician mayo clinic by came india a citizen kate i'm going to get healthy and i want to lose weight what would you tell me i would tell you to stick to the basics i think it would be helpful for anyone to just look at their current diet and look for areas where you you may be could see some benefits from change for instance if you're commonly stopping at fast food on the way home what would maybe be some quick meal ideas that you could prepare at home or have those staples in your house could it be that you have canned beans or that you're cooking near meet or getting frozen fish having frozen vegetables or already in a bag of salad those types of things that can be a quick neil pratt and just looking at those key components in terms of all of our food groups do have fruits vegetables do you have a good source of protein whether that be an animal or a plant protein and do you have some nutritious carbohydrates some whole grains some healthy starches in your diet can't cut that sugar to shaves and i got to get rid of those canned beans the mayo clinic diet has not gone out of style has no and i think that mayo clinic diet because it is an overall healthy diet and allows people within in a many different styles of eating to adapt to eating just maybe including more fruits and vegetables which most americans don't eat enough so it really encourages eating more of those.

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"registered dietitian" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"registered 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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