How to Win an Argument With a Nutritionist I love nutrition, but I really hate the way it tends to be practiced. Many dietitians are NOT basing their nutrition advice on the latest science (1). The general guidelines are completely outdated. They have barely changed in the past few decades, even though nutrition science has advanced greatly. I’ve personally stopped getting into arguments about nutrition online, because it is time consuming and frustrating. But I know that a lot of people do get into these arguments often, so I’ve decided to write an article to give people some “weapons” to win these arguments easily. By far the best way to win an argument about nutrition is to have a link to a good scientific study. If you ever find yourself in an argument with an outdated nutrition professional, vegan or low-fat zealot, then feel free to use the answers and studies listed below. Make sure to bookmark this page if you tend to get in these types of arguments often! The low-fat diet is a huge failure. Studies Answer: This is a myth.
Animal protein-rich diets could be as harmful to health as smoking | Science A diet rich in meat, eggs, milk and cheese could be as harmful to health as smoking, according to a controversial study into the impact of protein consumption on longevity. High levels of dietary animal protein in people under 65 years of age was linked to a fourfold increase in their risk of death from cancer or diabetes, and almost double the risk of dying from any cause over an 18-year period, researchers found. However, nutrition experts have cautioned that it's too early to draw firm conclusions from the research. The overall harmful effects seen in the study were almost completely wiped out when the protein came from plant sources, such as beans and legumes, though cancer risk was still three times as high in middle-aged people who ate a protein-rich diet, compared with those on a low-protein diet. The study throws doubt on the long-term health effects of the popular Atkins and Paleo diets that are rich in protein. "Spend a couple of months looking at the labels on your food.
List Of Low-Carb Doctors How is caffeine removed to produce decaffeinated coffee? Fergus Clydesdale, head of the Food Science Department at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, provides this answer: "First, some background. Coffee is the second most popular beverage in the world, after tea. "The first process for decaffeinating coffee was invented by Ludwig Roselius in 1905. "There are three main decaffeination processes currently in use. "One method is water processing. "A mixture of water and green-coffee extract that has already been reduced in caffeine is circulated around the coffee beans within the extraction battery (oils in the coffee extract aid in the decaffeination process). "A second decaffeination method is the direct solvent method. "The third approach, supercritical carbon dioxide decaffeination, is very similar to the direct solvent methods, except that in this case the solvent is carbon dioxide.
Are Carbs More Addictive Than Cocaine?: The Body I'm sitting in a comfortable chair, in a tastefully lit, cheerfully decorated drug den, watching a steady line of people approach their dealer. After scoring, they shuffle off to their tables to quietly indulge in what for some could become (if it hasn't already) an addiction that screws up their lives. It's likely you have friends and family members who are suffering from this dependence—and you may be on the same path yourself. I'm in a Panera Bread outlet. The answer is that fast-burning carbohydrates—just like cocaine—give you a rush. You aren't supposed to talk this way about carbohydrates. "You could live your whole life and never eat a single carbohydrate—other than what you get from mother's milk and the tiny amount that comes naturally in meat—and probably be just fine," says Gary Taubes, the award-winning author of Good Calories, Bad Calories, which is helping to reshape the conversation about what makes the American diet so fattening.
Hin gyllta mjólk: Drykkurinn sem gæti breytt lífi þínu | Heilsutorg : miðja heilsu & lífstíls Dásamlegur drykkur Eitt aðal hráefnið í þessari uppskrift er Turmeric. Í Turmeric er curcumin sem er polyphenol og virkar þetta efni á 150 vegu á líkamann. Fleiri ávinningar eru: Eykur orkuna Passar upp á kólestrólið Er afar gott fyrir meltinguna Hreinsar lifrina Lækkar blóðþrýsting Er gott fyrir minnið og heilastarfsemi Gott fyrir hina ýmsu húðkvilla Ef þú blandar svörtum pipar saman við Turmeric þá ertu að þúsund falda gæði þess. Hin gyllta mjólk Skref 1: Búa til Turmeric leir – deig Hráefni: ¼ bolli af Turmeric dufti ½ tsk af svörtum muldum pipar ½ bolli af vatni Leiðbeiningar: Blandaðu öllum hráefnunum saman í lítinn pott og hrærðu vel saman. Látið blönduna kólna og setjið svo í krukku og inn í ísskáp. Skref 2: Hin gyllta mjólk Hráefni: 1 bolli af möndlumjólk eða kókósmjólk 1 tsk af kókósolíu ¼ tsk eða meira af Turmeric deiginu sem þú bjóst til Hunang eftir smekk Blandið öllum hráefnum saman nema hunanginu og setjið í pott. Hellið svo í bolla og njótið~
LCHF for Beginners To make a low-carb diet truly simple and enjoyable requires a few new skills. For example, how do you cook low-carb breakfasts that you love? How do you eat more healthy fats? And what’s important to think about when dining out? Here are all the guides you need. Breakfast Breakfast is a great time to eat low carb. Another strong option is to just have a cup of coffee, as many people get less hungry on a low-carb, high-fat diet and may not need breakfast at all. This can save you plenty of time. There are many other options – both delicious and fast Meals So, what’s for lunch and dinner on a low-carb diet? Check out our recipes to learn to cook amazing low-carb meals Instead of potatoes, pasta and rice Who needs starchy sides when you can have cauliflower mash or cauliflower rice instead? In short, there are lots of great low-carb alternatives to carb-rich foods that are both tasty and healthy Eating out Snacks Bread Do you have a hard time living without bread? How to eat more fat More guides
Omega-3 sýrur auka líkur á ofnæmi og krabbameini Omega-3 sýrur virðast bæði auka líkur á ofnæmi hjá börnum og blöðruhálskrabbameini, samkvæmt nýjum rannsóknum. Önnur rannsóknin, sem unnin var í sameiningu af þremur sænskum háksólum, sýnir að ungabörn með hærra magn ómettaðra fitusýra í blóði sínu væru gjarnari til að þróa með sér ofnæmi, en þau sem lægra magn höfðu í blóði sínu. „Það var þegar vitað að ómettaðar fitusýrur gætu dregið úr virkni ónæmiskerfisins. Sú vitneskja hefur komið okkur að gagni við öldrunarlækningar,“ segir Agnes Wold, læknir við örverufræðideild Háskólasjúkrahússins í Gautaborg. „Ónæmiskerfi barna þarfnast góðrar byrjunar, en að öðrum kosti verður þróun og vöxtur ónæmiskerfisins ekki eins og best verður á kosið,“ sagði Wold. Eldri rannsóknir hafa sýnt að þau börn sem reglulega fá fisk að borða væru ólíklegri til að þróa með sér ofnæmi, en fiskur er mjög ríkur af omega-3 sýrum. Fiskur er ríkur af omega-3 sýrum Ljósmynd/Hafrannsóknastofnun
Carbohydrate Counting 101 | Joslin Diabetes Center There are several different ways people with diabetes can manage their food intake to keep their blood glucose (sugar) within their target range and one such method is 'carbohydrate counting'. Carbohydrate, or carb counting is a method of calculating grams of carbohydrate consumed at meals and snacks. Foods that contain carb have the greatest effect on blood glucose compared to foods that contain protein or fat. What are the benefits of counting carbs? · Counting carbohydrates is a good solution for many people with diabetes. · Another benefit of counting carbohydrates is that it can bring tighter control over your glucose readings. · Lastly, if you take mealtime insulin, counting carbohydrates allows you to decide how much carb you want to eat at a meal, rather than having to eat a certain amount of carbohydrates, even if you do not want to. Who can use carbohydrate counting? Carbohydrate counting can be used by anyone with diabetes, not just people taking insulin. Tools of the Trade 1.
Too much jogging 'as bad as no exercise at all' 3 February 2015Last updated at 06:20 ET National guidelines suggest exercising for 150 minutes a week Too much jogging may be as bad for you as not putting on your running shoes at all, a report in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology says. Scientists studied more than 1,000 healthy joggers and non-joggers over a 12-year period. Those who jogged at a steady pace for less than two and a half hours a week were least likely to die in this time. But those who ran more than four hours a week or did no exercise had the highest death rates. Continue reading the main story “Start Quote No exercise recommendations across the globe mention an upper limit for safe exercise, but perhaps there is one” End QuoteJacob Louis MarottResearcher 'Upper limit' Analysing questionnaires filled out by all the people in the Danish study, scientists concluded the ideal pace was about 5mph (8km/h) and that it was best to jog no more than three times a week or for 2.5 hours in total. 'Brisk walking'
How to Optimize Your Omega-6 to Omega-3 Ratio Today, most people are eating way too many Omega-6 fatty acids. At the same time, consumption of animal foods high in Omega-3 is the lowest it has ever been. A distorted ratio of these polyunsaturated fatty acids may be one of the most damaging aspects of the Western diet. Why Care About Omega-6 and Omega-3 Fatty Acids? Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids are called polyunsaturated because they have many double bonds (poly = many). Our bodies don’t have the enzymes to produce them and therefore we must get them from the diet. If we don’t get any from the diet, then we develop a deficiency and become sick. However, these fatty acids are different than most other fats. The thing is… Omega-6s and Omega-3s don’t have the same effects. Of course, inflammation is essential for our survival. Put simply, a diet that is high in Omega-6 but low in Omega-3 increases inflammation, while a diet that includes balanced amounts of each reduces inflammation (2). What Did Healthy Cultures Around The World Eat?
My Top 4 Sources of Vitamin D As a Raw Vegan Blessings All!! So so excited to share this post with you today, its one of the more practical and informative posts I have done in a while. You know me, Or you are just getting to know me, I love to flow fun n silly day in the life style hints tips tricks n recipes for living a happier and healthier Lifestyle, but today its A full on Topic… Vitamin D! How to get Vitamin D as a Vegan, Should you be Concerned about Vitamin D, what are my favorite sources of Vitamin D and Creating Ease in Getting sufficient Vitamin D as a Vegan or Raw Vegan! Hope you love love love the Video! Soo Vitamin D, I find this one nutrient, along with Vitamin B12, to be a hot topic of debate controversy and concern. Today we are going to tackle Why Vitamin D is so important for a healthy lifestyle as well as my Personal favorite 4 ways to ensure you have enough vitamin D on your Vegan Lifestyle, even in the winter time up north or down south. Vitamin D is important for a wide range of functions. Number 1 The Sun!! 1. 2.
Modern Nutrition Policy is Based on Lies and Bad Science January 19, 2013 | by Kris Gunnars | 19,717 views | 23 Comments Two weeks ago I posted a presentation by comedian Tom Naughton about the difference between good and bad science. A must-watch for anyone interested in nutrition, in my opinion. Today, we’re back with Tom Naughton but this time he tackles the science (or lack thereof) that originally implicated fat as a cause of cardiovascular disease and shaped the dietary guidelines of the past few decades, with devastating consequences. This is actually a video split into 6 parts, total run time is a little over an hour. It starts with a small clip from Tom Naughton’s movie, Fat Head. The Seven Countries Study In the year 1958, an American scientist called Ancel Keys started a study called the Seven Countries Study, which examined the association between diet and cardiovascular disease in different countries. The problem is that he intentionally left out: The McGovern Committee Basically, the dietary goals were: