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Understand the connection between what you eat and how you feel. Hosted by licensed nutritionists and dietitians from Nutritional Weight & Wellness we share practical, real-life solutions for healthier living through nutrition.
We’ve helped thousands of clients and listeners discover how real food can increase energy, stabilize moods, jumpstart metabolism, eliminate cravings, restore digestion, decrease inflammation and so much more. Our hosts take listeners questions and bring in expert guests for discussions on nutrition issues, trends, supplements, cooking and new research. More at weightandwellness.com

Dishing Up Nutrition Nutritional Weight & Wellness, Inc.

    • Nutrition
    • 4.5, 440 Ratings

Understand the connection between what you eat and how you feel. Hosted by licensed nutritionists and dietitians from Nutritional Weight & Wellness we share practical, real-life solutions for healthier living through nutrition.
We’ve helped thousands of clients and listeners discover how real food can increase energy, stabilize moods, jumpstart metabolism, eliminate cravings, restore digestion, decrease inflammation and so much more. Our hosts take listeners questions and bring in expert guests for discussions on nutrition issues, trends, supplements, cooking and new research. More at weightandwellness.com

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
440 Ratings

440 Ratings

babybells ,

One of my favorite podcasts

Very good information!!

Isssaaabelllaaaaaaaaa4567 ,

Good podcast but some of the info is questionable

I was recently diagnosed with gestational diabetes and I stumbled upon your episode “managing diabetes”... you make a few statements that were a little off. First, diabetes is not solely caused by “what you put in your mouth”. Type 1 diabetes and gestational diabetes vary drastically in their pathophysiology from type 2 diabetes. A second point I wanted to mention regarding this episode - you mentioned that the “standard diabetic diet does work”, and that people are being advised to eat 60g of carbs per meal and focus on a low fat diet (who is giving this advice?!). After doing so much research and receiving LOTS of diabetic education, NONE of my healthcare providers or nutritionists have recommended anything of the sort. They recommend a steady, controlled source of unprocessed carbohydrates from clean sources. 30g per meal and 15-20g carbs per snack, higher fat and higher protein foods as well. My post-prandial sugars have been tightly controlled in the 75-95 range using this advice. Reading the ADA or Mayo Clinic recommendations for diabetic education for example, directly contradicts this notion you guys mentioned of “low fat diets being recommended to diabetics”. I’m just curious if you could clarify some of this information as it seems to be a bit misleading. I am also a critical care nurse and I have NEVER educated my diabetic patients to follow low fat diets. Also- perhaps a little more background info on what causes diabetes with a more well-rounded source of info would be great, not just stating “it’s what you put in your mouth”. I eat a balanced, healthy diet and am not overweight and have very few risk factors for gestational diabetes other than being mixed race (African American) and being over the age of 25 (I’m 26). Please focus on distributing accurate and true information for your listeners who are in search of education and information to improve their lifestyles, and not just “it’s what you put in your mouth, and people don’t want to hear that”... I am an ICU nurse and I am all for tough love when my patients aren’t managing their disease processes in a healthy way, but a little sensitivity and real information goes a long way.

1000PaperCranes ,

My favorite health podcast

Reliable, well cited information presented in an easily digestible way. Love how detailed discussions are and the science involved with each topic.

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