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4 key aspects of teen health, explained.
1 in 3 adolescents between the ages of 13 to 18 will experience an anxiety disorder and the rate is increasing. If you’re a parent and wondering what you can do to prevent this from happening to your children, listen in. Two nutritionists (one a mom of three preteens herself) are chatting all about teen health, from weight issues and wanting that perfect body; about energy; about excelling in sports; and about all of the stress of missing school and their friends. Listen in, this hour is not to be missed
Heart Health Tune-Up
If you are concerned about your cholesterol numbers, a blood vessel blockage wondering why cardiovascular disease is still the #1 killer of Americans, listen in. We have Dr. Steven Masley, author of The 30-Day Heart Tune-Up, joining us and explaining the myth about cholesterol and why Statin medications may not be the best answer for your heart health.
How to Stop Junk Food Cravings
Two nutritionists explore why we have junk food cravings; why we give in to them, even when we know they are not good for us; and how we can stop these junk food cravings.
Is Your Gut Healthy and How To Fix It
Listen in to learn what’s behind common signs of poor gut health and suggest simple health habits and foods to relieve the gas, bloating and pain. Even if you don’t struggle with those issues, did you know that having good gut health plays an important role in every part of your health, from your mood to your immune function and pretty much everything in between? Listen in!
Nutrition & Mental Health
Adults and teens are struggling with anxiety and mental health. Period. On this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition we don’t just want to look at the problem; we want to offer some possible solutions with how nutrition affects mental health, without a doubt. Special guest Dr. Korn often says “Change your mood with your food.” Listen in to learn how.
Have You Ever Been Told to Lose Weight for Better Cholesterol Numbers?
Two dietitians answer, does your weight affect your cholesterol or is that just a myth? It does seem that every health problem is blamed on a person’s weight but today we’re aiming to help listeners understand that the cholesterol in eggs does not affect the cholesterol in your blood. The real culprit is the sugar you are eating that makes cholesterol. Listen in to learn more.
I like this a lot with a few concerns
Let me preface by saying I agree with, and appreciate, most of the material on this podcast. My concern really comes with the emphasis of exclusion. I just finished listening to the episode regarding the alleviation of joint pain. While they did touch on what you could take to alleviate it, it get like there was more concentration on excluding pastas and gluten. Now, they did mention ‘processed’ carbs should be excluded, but why wasn’t there more emphasis on choosing those whole wheats or protein based pastas? Not everyone has a gluten intolerance, and complex carbs are hugely beneficial for those who aren’t sensitive to gluten. I’ve never dealt with joint pain, but being in my mid thirties, I’m looking for prevention. I guess I just wish that the topic was broached without such an emphasis on exclusion. It’s the recipe for an eating disorder.
Overall I enjoy this podcast and will keep listening. They know what they’re talking about. But just be aware of some of the subject matter.
Kids anxiety/nutrition episode. Yes we need better nutrition, but it’s clear these people are not well versed in the nutrition world when their calling butter and eggs health foods.
I am a new subscriber and I have enjoyed many of the podcasts shows very informative discussion. The information have help me with health issues. Thank you