Webidemic: Nutrition

Webidemic: Nutrition



[Laughter] most nutritionists information is actually good information gone a little too far and like fruit you don't want a piece with any bad spots so with your nutrition information let's avoid those bad spots one way to do that is by looking at red flags and the information you're getting one red flag is oversimplification oversimplification can look like headlines that say celery is gonna help you shred pounds if that was really the case don't you think you'd already know celery does have some really good things for your body but it's an oversimplified message to say it'll help you shred pounds another way to think about it is if there was a mechanic and they had a sign out front that said I can fix everything that's wrong with your car with just a wrench I don't think we'd be surprised if that mechanic went out of business but in nutrition people often sell that same idea that they have one product one plan that's going to cure everyone's problems with their diet and their health it's an oversimplified message and a real professional brings all the tools to the table not just a single wrench and they also know how to use all those tools to help your health another red flag is money making if somebody's making money off the plan or product like a supplement or a bar or shake it's a good idea to get more information from an objective source someone that isn't making money off of that plan or product it doesn't mean that the product doesn't work just because someone is endorsing it but it's a good idea to ask somebody that's objective for more information finally I want to talk about where to find good nutrition information it can be difficult you know every local news outlet and national news outlet is producing articles about nutrition and a lot of information is really good out there but some of the best places to look for reliably good information with no little rotten pieces is dot gov sites dot org sites and your local library your local library has lots of reliable information and reference librarians that can point you in the right direction to other sources are medical professionals such as registered dietitians and of course your phys session

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