How to kick the Sugar Addiction

Are you addicted to sugar you’re not the only one question is? How do you break free? If there’s one thing in nutrition everybody agrees with its we eat too much sugar refined carbohydrates They’re everywhere white table sugar, obviously But also added sugar in every processed product at the store from cookies to tomato […]

Healthy Ways To Gain Weight | Nutrition Tips

If you love watching Glamrs videos and would like to be notified everytime we drop a new one, please bash that bell icon below! For those who need to, gaining weight is as hard a task, as losing it is for others. People often believe that cramming their faces with tempting junk and fried foods […]

Treating Bacterial Vaginosis with Vaginal Vitamin C

Is A Vegan Diet Vitamin D Deficient? | Dr Michael Greger of Nutritionfacts.org

Where do vegans like me get our vitamin D? Well, from the sun, of course. I mean c’mon. Can’t you tell? Can you? Probably not… Hi it’s Emily from Bite Size Vegan and welcome to another vegan nugget. Vitamin D is of course associate with the sun, but with estimates of around 70% of the […]

PCBs in Children’s Fish Oil Supplements

Is Fasting for Weight Loss Safe?

[Music] although fasting for a week or two can actually interfere with the loss of body fat eventually after the third week of fasting fat loss starts to overtake the loss of lean body mass in obese individuals but is it safe to go that long without food proponents speak of fasting as a cleansing […]

Dr Michael Greger: Fasting & Nutrition Facts | The Fasting Summit

– Fasting is just a stepping stone to a healthier lifestyle, right? Fasting, by definition, is unsustainable and it is the epitome of unsustainability in diets. You can only do it for a certain amount of time. So, but, if people need to fast psychologically to make that break between their old life and their […]

Evidence-Based Nutrition

“Evidence-Based Nutrition” Randomized controlled trials are considered the gold standard of scientific evidence. Half get the active treatment, half get a sugar pill— works great for evaluating new drugs, but a concern is that evidence-based medicine has made a leap from considering randomized controlled trials to be a high standard to being the only standard. […]