Here, in the Nutrition Videos Archive1 you will find Volume 1, which consists of all the videos that have been posted to our site from the first round.
We have a number of videos that are related to food, diet, nutrition, weight loss, and obesity. We hope you enjoy the videos in Volume 1.
The following video is from our friends at iHealthTube.com. Dr. Tania Tyles Dempsey discusses obesity and why weight loss is so hard for so many people. She also discusses the issue of toxicity in the body and how that can be a big hurdle to weight loss.
The following video is courtesy of our friends at iHealthTube.com. If you're gluten intolerant or have celiac disease, what is your body doing when gluten is present?
Dr. Tom O'Bryan describes what your body and immune system does when gluten is consumed. He also discusses whether or not people with gluten sensitivities may reintroduce gluten after a period of time or if they may have it in moderation.
The following video is courtesy of our friends at iHealthTube.com. Are you having trouble losing weight? Take a closer look at caloric density instead of straight calories. Dr. Nick Delgado discusses the difference and mentions a number of food types that might be more beneficial in helping you reach your goals.
The following video is courtesy of our friends at iHealthTube.com. We know sugar is bad, but just how bad? Jonny Bowden discusses how sugar works on the body and exactly how it leads to heart disease and weight gain and obesity.
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