nutrition


The science is in: Exercise isn’t the best way to lose weight

We have this idea that if we want to lose weight, we join a gym on January 1st, we start working out regularly, and eventually we’ll slim down. Well, here’s some bad news. I read more than sixty studies on this, and it read more


Muscle Fibers Explained – Muscle Contraction and Muscle Fiber Anatomy

Muscles are the driving force of all the movements in the body, varying from lifting, running, walking, and even organ function. The muscular system consists of three major muscle types: cardiac muscles, which are responsible read more


Average female needs 1,600-2,000 calories per day to maintain healthy weight, says Dr. Hebert

We all know that men and women have different needs. our medical editor tells us this is especially true when it comes to nutrition.  Nutritionally speaking, men and women don?t start out that differently, but like many read more


Sweet Spot: Carbohydrates

>> Hello and in today?s episode I want to talk about one of the macromolecules of life, carbohydrates. So let?s get eating. If you go to the grocery store you?re going to see lots of examples of carbohydrates. read more


Macrominerals: The Seven Major Minerals of Human Nutrition

Minerals are central to human nutrition and are a part of uncountable functions in our bodies. There are certain minerals that are found in greater abundance in the body, and these are called macrominerals. Although we don?t read more


5 High-Fat Foods That Are Actually Super Healthy

? Studies now show that fat, including saturated fat, isn?t the devil it was once made out to be. As a result, all sorts of healthy foods that happen to be high in fat are now back in favor. In this video we?re read more


Kids’ Nutrition & Food Allergies : Why Kids Should Drink Water

Hi there, back again. Another great tip for your child and their healthy digestion. With their nice, nutritious, smaller-portioned meal with nice and heavily dense nutrients like this one right here, you want your child to read more