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Nutrition Diva Monica Reinagel serves up simple, painless ways to upgrade your eating habits. Before you know it, you'll be eating healthier and feeling more fabulous!

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Nutrition Diva Monica Reinagel serves up simple, painless ways to upgrade your eating habits. Before you know it, you'll be eating healthier and feeling more fabulous!

    589 - Do You Get Enough Fiber on a Low-FODMAP Diet?

    589 - Do You Get Enough Fiber on a Low-FODMAP Diet?

    Following a low-FODMAP diet can relieve IBS symptoms. But it also eliminates a lot of healthy foods from your diet. Tamara Duker Frueman, author of The Bloated Belly Whisperer, joins me to talk about balancing good nutrition with symptom relief.
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    • 16 min
    588 - Does Growing Almonds Really Waste Too Much Water?

    588 - Does Growing Almonds Really Waste Too Much Water?

    If your barista scowls at you when you order a latte with almond milk because almond growing consumes massive amounts of water, it's time to arm yourself with the facts!
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    522 - The 3 Levers of Appetite (Reissue)

    522 - The 3 Levers of Appetite (Reissue)

    Researchers have identified three distinct neural pathways that control our desire to eat. Two rely on our desire to avoid discomfort. The third is all about pleasure. Understanding these three neurological triggers may help tame an out of control appetite.
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    587 - Lose More Fat and Less Muscle with Slow Weight Loss

    587 - Lose More Fat and Less Muscle with Slow Weight Loss

    Losing weight slowly takes patience. But if it results in more fat loss, less muscle loss, and keeps your metabolism from slowing, it might be worth it.
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    • 12 min
    586 - Helping Kids Learn STEAM Skills in the Kitchen

    586 - Helping Kids Learn STEAM Skills in the Kitchen

    The benefits of teaching young kids to cook go beyond setting them up for a lifetime of healthy eating—cooking can also help them learn science, technology, engineering, and math. Nutrition Diva chats with Lesya Mervena, co-founder of the I Cook After School program.
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    585 - What's the Best Non-Dairy Milk Alternative?

    585 - What's the Best Non-Dairy Milk Alternative?

    If you don't drink cow's milk, there are plenty of non-dairy alternatives to choose from. But should you choose milk made from soy, rice, almond, oat, or hemp?
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Customer Reviews

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1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

Toto321 ,

Way too many ads

I’ve listened for years and still do. Useful content-comprehensive yet economical in terms of time. But over the years the ADS!!! Too much time spent on ads that are too long for such a short podcast. 8 minute podcast, almost 4 minutes of ads? Tighten that up, bruh.

lavy 016 ,

I am not sure the episode providing info on glucose syrup is correct

The host mentions that the source of sugar doesn’t matter and only the amount matters, well I am a food science professional and it’s well known in the industry that added sugars definitely is more harmful than natural or raw form of sugar. And hence FDA has come up with regulations on declaring added sugars on the nutrition facts so the consumer knows how much of the sugar is added as a form of processing and how much is naturally sourced. The source of sugar is definitely one of the considerations which should be taken into account while studying the effects of sugar on human body.
Please provide accurate information as listeners do consider this podcast as source of info not very easily available. Thanks

AEC2416 ,

Good content but too many long ads.

I would love to keep listening, but can’t handle the amount of ads.

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