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Feeling Good Through Nutrition


The 4 Steps of Nutrition
This Natalie with Nutrition by Natalie. I’m a nutritionist and I want to bring to light some information that would be helpful for a lot of people. I want to preface this video by saying that if you want to feel better, you need to know what nutrition is and how you can apply it to your life and that’s actually going to into…knowing what nutrition is, is actually going to contrast from what you’ve heard or learned or think. So, I just wanted to talk about those things today.

Everything You've Wanted to Know about Nutrition


Nutritionists, Nutrition, Nutrients. My name is Natalie and I’m doing a video today of what you always hear about. You hear about nutritionists, you hear about nutrients, enriched nutrient foods, you hear about nutrition is something you need for health. All these things are talking about nutrition and nutrients. I just want to talk about what nutrients are. So, we actually know what we’re talking about when they talk about nutritionists and nutrients and nutrition.

Foods that are Rich in Nutrients


Super Foods: Foods Your Body Needs to be Healthy. What are the most nutrient dense foods that you can eat? A lot of people call these Super Foods and they’re from some tropical regions, some exotic locations. The reason why these foods have been discovered a lot times is that there are tribes and populations within these specific areas that have really long life spans. These super foods have been discovered because researchers are trying to determine why these people are living longer than industrialized countries. That’s what we’re going to talk about today.

Addiction to some fatty foods is as powerful as drug addiction


Ever tried eating just one french fry?

Research at the University of Wisconsin has shown certain fatty foods, such as a hamburger and fries, can be as addictive as heroin.

Lab rats were fed high-fat diets for two weeks, triggering changes in the brain similar to what occurred when rats were given morphine or heroin, said lead researcher Matthew Will.

"A high-fat diet alters brain biochemistry and when the fat is taken away, we found that the rats, who were fed a high-fat chocolate drink, displayed withdrawal symptoms like those caused by withdrawing from drugs of abuse," he said.

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