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January 20 2019

Nutrition for Surgery and Injury Recovery

The idea that eating good food will lead to a good recovery is a novel thought for many, especially considering it's often not discussed leading up to surgery. Listen in to learn how the food you eat now can have a great impact on your recovery and on how quickly your wounds heal - for planned and unplanned surgeries. 

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January 13 2019

Balanced Eating with Weight Loss

Deprivation diets don't work but yet people continue to gain weight and are more confused than ever. Two dietitians share how to eat to avoid weight gain and understand the best diet for you to follow.

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January 7 2019

Cancer, Genes or Enviornment?

What are some of the real causes of the increase in cancer rate? Is the cause of cancer from our genetics or from the environment in which we live? In today’s show, we have invited a cancer expert to join us to discuss this very important topic, including how our diet can impact our risk of cancer.

 

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December 30 2018

The Cortisol Connection to Weight Gain

It may surprise you to learn that the stress you live with might actually be causing your weight gain. Stress increases cortisol levels and can lead to belly fat. Sometimes we can’t control our environmental or emotional stress, but we can control our food stressors. Listen in as we talk about some of the bad food habits that could be stressing your body.

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December 16 2018

Food Habits & Depression

If you are struggling with anxiety or depression, what are you eating? Have you ever thought about the connection between your food habits and your depression? Listen in to today’s show as we discuss some food habits that can damage your brain, leading to anxiety and depression, as well as what you can eat for better brain health.

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December 9 2018

Foods to Improve Fertility

Why has infertility become such an issue for so many couples? When we look at the research, there are direct links to toxins in our environment and to nutritional deficiencies. Listen in to today’s podcast as we discuss how food and nutrition matter when it comes to the fertility of both women and men.

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December 3 2018

Osteoporosis & Nutrition

Did you know that one in three women will experience osteoporosis in their lifetime, and more women die from osteoporosis-related fractures than from breast, cervical and uteran cancer combined? We want to share our nutritional recommendations for bone health, so you don’t end up being one of the 10% of people who die from a broken bone. Listen in as we talk about the foods and lifestyle factors that can help maintain strong, healthy bones.

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November 18 2018

The Best Fats for Cooking

Do you know the best types of fat and oils to buy and use for cooking? Many people don’t realize that different oils have different cooking temperatures. Listen in as we discuss the best fats and oils to use for different cooking methods, like sautéing or cooking foods over high heat.

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November 11 2018

Nutrition for Cold & Flu Season

It’s cold and flu season, which means we are going to be exposed to more germs and viruses. If you have kids, this topic is especially relevant. What are the best ways to build up your immune system so you aren’t stuck in bed with a fever, runny nose and cough this winter? Listen in as we discuss one of the best nutrition options for boosting our immune system – bone broth.

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November 4 2018

How Foods Affect Emotions

How healthy is your brain? The brain uses more energy than any other organ in the body. If you are experiencing depression, anxiety, memory loss, irritability or addiction, the first thing to look at is your diet and what you are eating. Listen in to today’s Dishing Up Nutrition as we explain how what you eat affects your brain – how certain foods may boost your brain function or how certain foods may zap your brain function.

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