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Bariatric Surgery And Nutrition

Monday, April 30, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

Undergoing any type of bariatric or obesity surgical procedure, and that goes for laparoscopic approaches as well, is a major decision for those seeking help in losing weight, maintaining that weight loss, and improving their overall quality of life. However, the actual surgery is only part of a long journey toward health and wellness. Nutrition and nutritional guidelines that best suit patients who have undergone a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy are offered by well-known bariatric surgeon Dr. Jorge Maytorena, a bariatric surgeon located in Baja California who specializes in diabetic obesity (diabesity) weight loss and surgery procedures.

Dr. Maytorena’s Approach to Post-Surgical Success
Undergoing any surgical procedure for weight loss control including lap band, gastric ...

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Keogenic nutrition – cheese

Monday, April 23, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

There are many different types of nutrition and diets that can be found either online, or in various other sources. Many of them are based on a process that we call ketosis, in which your body stops using carbohydrates as the main source of energy, and instead uses its own body fat, and fat that is taken with food, as the primary energy source. The mentioned state of ketosis can be achieved by a ketogenic diet, which is actually just another name for a low carbohydrate diet, because on the ketogenic type of diet, your goal is to eat food rich in proteins and fats, and low in carbohydrates. There are many different meals and food you can eat in order to meet the mentioned criteria. In this article we will mostly talk about cheese and cheese based products.

Cheese is a generic...

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nutrition and dietetics courses

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

Dietetics education applies knowledge of food and nutrition to promote health and to prevent and minimize disabilities and the chance of getting diseases.The main responsibility of a community dietitian is to develop as well as oversee different nutritional programs. Usually, the programs are very specific for a group like children, chronically-ill individuals or the elderly since these groups would have particular nutritional needs. A community dietitian usually works in wellness centers, health maintenance organizations or HMO and public health agencies.The studies of Nutrition and Dietetics are interlinked and complimentary to each other. It is one of the growing possibilities in today’s world...

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Soccer Mom And Nutrition Police!

Sunday, April 8, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

As fall soccer season winds down, it’s interesting to reflect on some observations from the sidelines!

We’ve experienced very different coaching dynamics on the different teams, and two very different teams as a result. This soccer season has also been about great friends, old and new. I think it’s a great social skill to see kids learn to work together as a team and support each other in a group effort while still pushing themselves to excel on a personal level.

There was much excitement and laughter throughout the season. All-in-all, it was a very positive experience for the kids.

Unfortunately, the dark cloud that loomed over the soccer games was the issue of snacks for the kids. It never ceased to amaze me what would pass as ‘fuel’ for these little athletes-in-the-making...

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Halloween Safety and Nutrition

Thursday, March 15, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

The natural health researchers at Institute for Vibrant Living have prepared the following handy tips for a safe and nutritious Halloween:

 

Ghosts, goblins and ghouls are not half as scary as the nutritional nightmares our children face on a candy-centered holiday like Halloween.

 

With childhood obesity at epidemic levels in this country, parents are understandably concerned about limiting the amount of sugar and empty calories in their children’s diets.

 

First lady Michelle Obama apparently agrees with that premise, as she has taken center stage in America’s ongoing battle against childhood and teen obesity.

 

Recent surveys have revealed that one in five children in this country are overweight, putting them at an increased risk of developing diabetes, heart ...

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Sports Nutrition Made Easy

Monday, March 12, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

As any athlete will tell you, having proper nutrition is at the heart of all workout routines. The desired results simply cant be achieved without it, because no matter how hard a person trains they wont reach their full potential without a controlled diet and plenty of added nutrients. Sometimes keeping on track can be difficult, but with the right additions to the diet sports nutrition doesnt have to be that hard.

Of course, all athletes should be watching what they eat if they want to excel in their chosen sport. Theyll need the right amount of carbs, fat and protein, but added nutrients will always be required as well...

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Fitness= Nutrition + Exercise

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

Living healthy life style is a major key to live with a healthy body. The foods we eat, the activities we do everyday and our exposure to harmful chemicals (pollution) in the environment affects us physiologically which soon if not given proper attention will take a toll on our functionality to every task we do daily. So what should we do in order to have a healthy life style? Let us tackle first the foods. Foods may be good or bad to our health, a fact undeniably true to every sense. If your diet includes rich consumption of meat, you are most likely increasing your chance of acquiring cardiovascular diseases and diabetes...

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Labrada BCAA Power: The nutrition

Sunday, February 25, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

In the current era of today it is very important for the people to realize the role and the importance of having the right shape of the body.  It is the right shape of the human body that is bound to create positive impression in front of the society. It is always in the best interest of the person to have the right shape of the body. The physical exercises are probably the first thing that comes in the mind of the people when it comes to losing weight and the extra amount of the body fat.

With the passage of time man has been able to develop something new and more advanced...

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Dog nutrition and food sensitivity

Friday, January 26, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

When you bring home a puppy or adult dog and you find his pet diet appears to be causing him problems; it may be that he is sensitive or intolerant to certain ingredients in his pet food.

A quality pet diet with a balance of quality ingredients is ideal for most dogs. However, at times it can be just one ingredient that can cause a wide variety of doggie health problems.

Real chocolate as a treat is poisonous to dogs, but giving him chocolate specially manufactured for dogs is acceptable, although that too could result in a puppy having an upset stomach.

Symptoms of food sensitivity:

• A puppy may suddenly become extremely lethargic

• You may recognise your pet’s behaviour is more aggressive then normal.

• There is evidence of slime and jelly in your puppies or dogs...

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Nutrition consulting for Sportspersons

Tuesday, January 23, 2018 Eating Right  No comments

Nutrition consulting in general terms is getting proper consultancy about the healthy and active lifestyle. In today’s scenario as the proper foods are not available and also due to busy lifestyle in the life everyone on this earth has no time to spend on thinking what to eat for a healthy living. So the need to consult a dietitian or nutrition consultants has arised. In case of sportspersons the aspect of nutrition consulting has become more important as the sportspersons need much more attention on it than any other normal human being. Its due to the immense amount of physical activities to be performed by a sportsperson than the normal citizens. 
Proper food and nutrition consulting play vital role in enhancing the sporting performance of a sportsperson...

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