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What’s the difference between an allergy, a sensitivity, and an intolerance? Why do some schools have peanut-free zones? Can people have adverse reactions to artificial dyes? In this program, an expert presents information on the most common food allergens, covering their symptoms, tests used to diagnose them, and the range of treatments available. People with celiac disease discuss good alternatives to gluten, and a young man who is lactose-intolerant explains why it isn’t so hard to avoid pizza and ice cream when sticking to a special diet. A viewable/printable worksheet is available online.
The Mediterranean Diet
Understand the potential health benefits from the Mediterranean Diet, and learn what foods are included and limited in the eating pattern.
Nutrition for Infants and Children
The saying “You are what you eat” is oh-so-true—especially for little ones. This video explains the importance of good nutrition for newborns, infants, and toddlers and examines its beneficial effects on their growth and development. Filled with how-to and when-to advice, the video also discusses the relative merits of breast-feeding and bottle-feeding, potential food allergies, the importance of a balanced diet and physical activity even at a young age, and special dietary preferences like vegetarianism. Perfect for new parents and parents-to-be, caregivers, and anyone who wants to learn more about feeding children from day one through age five! A viewable/printable instructor’s guide is available online.
Nutritionist—Career Q&A: Professional Advice and Insight
What is it like to be a nutritionist? In this Career Q&A video interview, Carrie Demcher talks about her career path, what she does on the job, and the keys to success in the field. She also offers candid advice on breaking into the profession as well as insight into the industry’s biggest challenges and how the field may change in the next ten years.
Although toddlers share many things in common, they’re also each VERY unique. They know what they like AND don’t like, which can change from minute to minute. This is especially true when it comes to food. You want your toddler to get plenty of nutrition, but what do you do if they will only eat mac and cheese smothered in catsup? Wouldn’t it be great if mealtimes were one area in which EVERYONE could win? In this film, we’ll look at what your tot needs nutritionally, how to teach them good eating habits early on, and how to call a truce and make mealtimes pleasant for everyone.
To Improve Patients' Diets, The Doctor Is In The Kitchen
More and more primary care doctors are using the kitchen as the place to prescribe a powerful medicine: healthy food. With poor diets linked to many deaths from preventable diseases, research has found that changing diet and becoming more active can be more effective than medication in preventing disease. Special correspondent Allison Aubrey of NPR News reports.
The New Science of Food
Our understanding of a healthy diet is based on outdated science and questionable advice. Recent findings are fundamentally changing the way we think about food. Individual nutrients like fats, carbohydrates and proteins are no longer the key. From a street market in Brazil to a donut shop in Boston, we reveal the surprising truth of dietary science
Feb 7, 2023 11:58 AM
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