Category Archives: Nutrition

RELATIONSHIP Q&A | How We Met, Long Distance Dating, Kids?

Subscribe to my channel here ↠ http://bit.ly/1XKeAIi Sign up to my Newsletter here ↠ http://eepurl.com/Yeg-L Shop my Merch here ↠ http://bit.ly/2EPrUbP Today Mr.Matt and I are answering all of your relationship advice questions about how we met, do we want kids, long distance dating advice, etc. We by no means are saying that we have a perfect relationship because that just doesn’t exist but we have been together for almost ten years and have learned a thing or two in the process 😉 ______________________ Camera & Equipment […]

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The Best Vegan Ice Cream

A registered dietitian decides.  Vegan ice creams are on the rise! It used to be that you were lucky to find even one dairy free option but now many grocery stores have an endless selection of vegan options. Coconut milk, almond milk or cashew milk bases. Pistachio, cappuccino or birthday cake flavors. You dream it, they’ve got it. But how do all these options stack up nutritionally? We enlisted the help of HUM’s Director of Education, Sarah Greenfield, RD to help. What to Know About Vegan Ice […]

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7 Cookbooks So Sexy They’re Almost NSFW

Time to spice things up. Some of these cookbooks are downright informative and some of them just really made us laugh. Check out these sexy cookbooks for yourself and get ready to turn the heat up in your kitchen. The New InterCourses: An Aphrodisiac Cookbook Martha Hopkins & Randall Lockridge Heat Level: Simmer For anyone looking to make some seriously sexy food, The New InterCourses gives a thorough course in aphrodisiacs. Broken down by ingredients, the authors explain the history and nutrition behind each delectable item before sharing […]

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What Thomas Has Taught Me

Whether it’s your spouse, children, furry friends, or best friends, give someone a smooch today! They always say that the strongest relationships bring out the best in one another. Thomas and I are similar in so many ways. We are both strong-willed and driven, goofy and a little dorky (but we think we’re cool), eager to solve problems, and lovers of many of the same things: iMessage (which we discussed in detail on our first date), playing soccer, and Half Baked ice cream, to name a few. […]

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How Do You Know Who To Trust?

Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, not to his own facts. When it comes to food and nutrition, here’s what you should consider when deciding who to trust. Here’s a fact about facts: They’re not the same as opinion, and they’re not the same as someone’s personal experience. But lately, facts, opinion, and personal experience have gotten all mixed up. This worries me. Dietitians are trained to look at the science when giving information or making recommendations. We’re trained to practice on evidence. Personal opinions and […]

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RESOLUTIONS | PART 5

Every experienced athlete knows there’s a refined art to bulking up without packing on extra fat. With so much of the fitness world focused around ‘gains,’ it’s easy to see why gaining weight while putting on muscle was the most voted-in resolution by our TN customers in 2018. You asked, so we’re providing. This week, we’re breaking down the art of bulking up in the last part to our resolutions series. START SMART It’s practically impossible to know how you’re improving if you’re not tracking vital information […]

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Life In The Shallow End

Breakfast I rarely eat my oatmeal in a bowl that is shallow. (I describe it like that because my regular bowls are not necessarily deep either. I think they’d technically be called cereal bowls.) But, yesterday Mazen insisted on serving breakfast and picked out our shallow Pottery Barn soup bowls. These are ideal for pastas and salads, but I don’t ever use them for oatmeal. It sure made for a pretty bowl, though. And not to get all wacko on you, but coming from someone who has […]

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The Health Benefits of Laughter, Tears, and Kisses

In my video, Music as Medicine, I explored a study about how listening to Mozart can reduce allergic reactions. This reminded me of a similar study on humor, which I discuss in Laughter as Medicine. In the study, researchers took a group of people with dust mite allergies and directed half of them to watch a Charlie Chaplin video and the other half to watch the Weather Channel. The researchers then injected all subjects with dust mite poop. In the subjects who watched the humorous video, their […]

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How Melatonin Can Help You Sleep and Feel Better

Although poor sleep is a common problem, it can have severe consequences like increase the risk of diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes. Melatonin is a hormone that tells your body when it is time to head to bed. It has also become a popular supplement among people struggling to fall asleep. In this video we’re lookin at just how it works, as well as its safety and how much to take. Further reading: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/melatonin-and-sleep Follow Authority Nutrition: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorityNutrition/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuthNutrition Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+Authoritynutrition/posts […]

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The Role of Dairy and Gluten in Canker Sores

Does excluding dairy products, food additives, and gluten-containing grains from one’s diet help those with recurring canker sores (aphthous ulcers)? Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at http://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free excerpt from his latest NYT Bestseller HOW NOT TO DIE. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from his books, DVDs, and speaking directly support NutritionFacts.org). Other ways to help prevent future outbreaks can include avoiding foaming agents in toothpaste (see Is Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Safe? (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/is-sodium-lauryl-sulfate-safe/) and Is CAPB in SLS-Free Toothpaste Any Better?(https://nutritionfacts.org/video/is-capb-in-sls-free-toothpaste-any-better/)) and […]

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