9 episodes

Nutrition Unlocked is a health science podcast that dives into innovations in nutritional health, sponsored by Nestlé Health Science. In each episode, special guest experts from around the world will walk us through the latest advances in our nutrition, providing tips, tricks and unique insights that will help us all ensure we have the tools we need to improve our nutrition and live a healthy life. For further information on the topics explored in this podcast, visit nestlehealthscience.com.

Nutrition Unlocked Nestlé Health Science

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Nutrition Unlocked is a health science podcast that dives into innovations in nutritional health, sponsored by Nestlé Health Science. In each episode, special guest experts from around the world will walk us through the latest advances in our nutrition, providing tips, tricks and unique insights that will help us all ensure we have the tools we need to improve our nutrition and live a healthy life. For further information on the topics explored in this podcast, visit nestlehealthscience.com.

    8. Nutrition and Cancer

    8. Nutrition and Cancer

    In this episode, we’ll be learning all about nutrition in the field of Oncology. Our host Cal Han has a conversation with Dr Liz Isenring, an Advanced Accredited Practicing Dietitian, CEO of Linc Nutrition, Professor of Nutrition and Dietetics at Bond University, and Director, RIF Health. Dr Liz breaks down the important role that nutrition plays in oncology, shares her insights on why personalized nutrition is important for people with cancer, and advises on how cancer patients can better manage their conditions through nutrition.   
    This podcast is sponsored by Nestlé Health Science. This podcast represents opinions of host Cal Han and his guest on the show and does not reflect the opinion of Nestlé Health Science. The content is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions.

    • 23 min
    7. Nutrition in Women

    7. Nutrition in Women

    In this episode we talk about the relationship between nutrition and the female body. We’ll dive deep into this topic area, where our guest expert Professor Louise Burke will walk us through nutrition in females and how it varies across the life cycle. She will also share her research around female athletes and their nutritional needs.  

    This podcast is hosted by Nestlé Health Science. This podcast represents opinions of host Anna Mohl and her guest on the show and does not reflect the opinion of Nestlé Health Science. The content is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions.

    • 33 min
    6. Staying Strong As We Age

    6. Staying Strong As We Age

    This episode explores how to stay strong in our elder years in order to live a long, healthy and happy life at every age. Our host Anna Mohl has a conversation with Professor Leocadio Rodriguez Mañas, Head of the Department of Geriatrics at Hospital Universitario de Getafe (Madrid) and Professor of Geriatrics at the Universidad Europea de Madrid about how to maintain independence as we age. Professor Rodriguez Mañas shares his research around healthy aging and how we can prepare our bodies through nutrition and physical activity.
    This podcast is hosted by Nestlé Health Science. This podcast represents the opinions of host Anna and her guest on the show and does not reflect the opinion of Nestlé Health Science. The content is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions. 

    • 30 min
    5. Protein

    5. Protein

    On episode 5, our host Anna Mohl speaks with Dr Luc Van Loon, Professor of Physiology, Exercise and Nutrition at the Department of Human Biology at Maastricht University Medical Centre. In this episode, the two dive into the interesting and relatable topic of protein and the role it plays in the body. Their discussion will bring us insight into why our bodies need protein, how it contributes to our muscle tissue and protein intake based on age. All topics are based in Dr Van Loon's years of research. 

    This podcast is hosted by Nestlé Health Science. This podcast represents the opinions of host Anna and her guest on the show and does not reflect the opinion of Nestlé Health Science. The content is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions. 

    • 24 min
    4. Healthy Aging pt. 2: Chronological Age vs. Biological Age

    4. Healthy Aging pt. 2: Chronological Age vs. Biological Age

    On part 2 of the Healthy Aging Series, our host Rick Jentis speaks with Bobby Brooke, Executive Director of The Clock Foundation and CEO & CTO of Intervene Immune. He asks the burning question of why people age differently and why we may feel a different age than we are chronologically. Their discussion will help us understand the difference between our biological clocks and our chronological clocks and how they affect the way we age, also further diving into the biomarkers of aging and how our immune system plays a role. Bobby Brooke provides insight into his interesting research on epigenetic clocks and how they are being used to help predict future illness to increase the chances of living a long and healthy life. 
      
     This podcast is hosted by Nestlé Health Science. This podcast represents the opinions of host Rick and his guest on the show and does not reflect the opinion of Nestlé Health Science. The content is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions. 

    • 17 min
    3. Healthy Aging Pt. 1: Why We Age

    3. Healthy Aging Pt. 1: Why We Age

    Our host for this Healthy Aging series, Rick Jentis, speaks to Dr. Anurag Singh, Chief Medical Officer of Amazentis about the big question of ‘why we age’ and how our nutrition plays a role in this. Their discussion will help us better understand how mitochondria plays a role in how we age, how addressing cellular changes in our bodies could be key to combatting loss of mobility, and other causes of our aging.  Dr. Singh also talks about the advances currently taking place in cellular health and highlights big breakthroughs that address how to live a healthier life into our older years. 
     
    This podcast is hosted by Nestlé Health Science. This podcast represents the opinions of host Rick and his guest on the show and does not reflect the opinion of Nestlé Health Science. The content is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions. 

    • 15 min

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I've had food allergies since a child and I'm now 74. This podcast brought back to me how as a child growing up in the mid-1900's the medical community pooh-poohed complaints of allergies because they lacked the knowledge of how to deal with those cases. Patients were sent away feeling not heard nor taken seriously. As an adult learned to mitigate my allergic reactions, but I am very glad to hear that the medical community is finally devoting research monies toward resolving the issues - particularly for children. I recommend this podcast to one an all!

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