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Your Nutrition Prescription Podcast

Nov 1, 2017

Fat is bad right? Not quite. 

Despite all of the negative press, fat is actually a very important organ that helps to keep excess fats and sugars out of our blood stream and regulate our hunger and satiety signals along with our hormones. 

In this episode, I am going to present some interesting research from Harvard...


Oct 31, 2017

 

The gluten free craze must have been at its peak sometime while I was doing my PhD. We examined this trend in a few of my classes and I was pretty well convinced that there was no support for removing gluten from the diet for most people. 

Then I started reading more books and seeking out podcasts hosted by functional...


Oct 30, 2017

The benefits of meditation are numerous and we will probably discuss that in more depth in another episode. Today, I want to just encourage you to take some time away from your busy life and just take a few minutes to sit in peace and quiet. 

You don't have to meditate or try to e overcome your thoughts, just simply...


Oct 11, 2017

Type 2 diabetes is a debilitating disease that affects millions. However, it doesn’t happen overnight. There is a slow and gradual process that occurs as someone goes from being completely healthy, to pre-diabetic, to full blown diabetic. The problem is that most people are not even aware that they are pre-diabetic...


Oct 6, 2017

When we look back at our ancestral eating patterns and discuss “paleo” nutrition there is a wide variation in what your ancestors might have been eating, but one thing remains constant: intermittent fasting. Throughout human history, up until very recently, humans have not had continuous regular access to food...