Review of Protein, Energy, and Other Nutrition Bars by ConsumerLab

Hi I’m Dr. Tod Cooperman, President and Founder of ConsumerLab.com which has been testing dietary supplements and all types of healthy food since 1999, and I’m here to talk today about nutrition bars, which include protein bars, fiber bars, fruit and nut bars. Some of these come as cookies now as well and — spoiler […]

How do carbohydrates impact your health? – Richard J. Wood

Which of these has the least carbohydrates? This roll of bread? This bowl of rice? Or this can of soda? It’s a trick question. Although they may differ in fats, vitamins, and other nutritional content, when it comes to carbs, they’re pretty much the same. So what exactly does that mean for your diet? First […]

Misconceptions about Sugar, Carbohydrates, and Your Diet

In my opinion, sugar is the main cause for diabetic neuropathy. It seems rather obvious, when you say diabetes, because diabetes and sugar are synonymous. But why, and how, and to what extent does sugar cause this problem? Carbohydrates are the basis for this problem. Carbohydrates are sugar. Carbohydrates just means a carbon and a […]

The Energy Balance in Nutrition

To recharge my phone, all I need to do is plug it into an electrical outlet. If I were to put my fingers in the electrical socket, however, all I would accomplish is risking an electrocution. As we already learned, our only option to ‘recharge’ ourself is eating food. Every day we need to spend […]

What Physique Champions Eat for Breakfast | Brandon Hendrickson’s Pre-Olympia 1st Meal

my mindset my vision is like so far I before I got on the Arnold stage I saw myself in that first call-out like I saw myself in the Olympia stage before I got there because I having that vision so when your vision is like so much bigger and brighter the work you need […]

CarbLoaded: A Culture Dying to Eat (International Subtitles)

Carb-Loaded: A Culture Dying to Eat This is Lathe I’ve know him and his wife for almost 20 years. In fact, about ten years ago we started our own company together. In 2009, Lathe was 36 years old and weighed 165lbs. He pretty much ate the standard American diet, exercised regularly, and was precisely the […]

Obesity & Diabetes Explained: The Overflow Phenomenon

In my last video, I talked about how despite what some authorities may say, Type 2 diabetes does not have to be a chronic and progressive condition as clearly evidenced by the fact that Doctors like Jason Fung, David Unwin, Sarah Hallberg, and Ted Naiman just to name a few have been reversing people’s diabetes […]

LOW CARB KETO DIET – Debunking 7 Misleading Statements

Let’s face it the ketogenic diet is arguably the most popular dietary trend in our world today, especially for those living with diabetes. It is likely that you’ve been tempted to follow a ketogenic diet to lose weight, drop your A1c and flatline your blood glucose. Even though it may seem tempting to enter the […]

Medical Minute: Carbohydrates

Hi, I’m Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani. Today we’re going to talk about carbohydrates. Now, as a Western-trained internist who specializes in eating disorders, I want to reassure all of my patients who might be afraid of carbohydrates that they are a healthful and, indeed, essential part of our diets. Carbohydrates should form between 40 and 60 […]

Biomolecules: The Carbohydrates

Welcome to The Carbohydrates. In this module, you’ll explore what carbohydrates are. Carbohydrates are the sugars, starches, and fiber found in the foods we eat. They are one of the main nutrients in our diet. Carbohydrates are organic molecules with the general formula of CHO, in a one – two – one ratio. In this […]