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  • 🧀The answer is in a special break down product of the milk protein casein called casomorphine. It is in the same class of chemicals as morphine ca...
  • 🧀The answer is in a special break down product of the milk protein casein called casomorphine. It is in the same class of chemicals as morphine called opioids. Although not as potent (about 20x less), cheese has many red flags. . . 🧀Why would nature design an opioid in milk? It is believed that these opioids help provide a calming effect to newborns in both humans and animals. Additionally, it establishes the mother to infant bond that is so necessary in early development. This is incredible and natural when you are an infant but as we grow older these opioids have unfavorable effects. . . 🧀Cheese is in no way a natural food. It takes 10lbs of milk to make 1lb of cheese and so what you have is a high fat, salt, and cholesterol concentrate with poor nutrition. Casomorphine holds concern for addiction because in several animal studies it has been shown to bind to the same receptors of the brain as morphine, codeine, and heroine (mu-receptors). Although not as potent there is concern for some level of addiction and withdrawal. . . 🧀Epidemiological evidence suggests that one type of casomorphine (BCM7) is most alarming because of it being a risk factor for diabetes and cardiovascular disease. There needs to be well designed studies but as of now there is a growing recognition. Additional effects of BCMs are seen in food allergies (activates histamine release), delayed gastric emptying + heartburn, constipation, sudden infant death syndrome (due to the respiratory depressive properties of opiates coupled with at risk children), and delays in psychomotor development/ muscle spasticity in children exposed to cow opiates. . . 🧀Cheese is one of my top worst foods. It has poor nutrition and causes issues like mucus production, eczema, asthma, bloating, reflux, constipation, acne, reproductive issues and hormonal imbalances. Is it addictive? Yes, in practice it is hands down the most difficult food to eliminate. But in today’s day we have so many healthier options. I like @miyokoscreamery when it comes to quality alternative cheese. One of the best things you can do for your health is cut out cheese.
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  • Raise your hand if you’ve recently gone to the doctor, waited FOREVER to be seen, only end up with just five minutes of facetime with your doctor a...
  • Raise your hand if you’ve recently gone to the doctor, waited FOREVER to be seen, only end up with just five minutes of facetime with your doctor and maybe a prescription for a generic drug or antibiotic. This is the reality for most Americans, and it can be frustrating! Luckily, over the last several years, doctors have begun to change their methods by looking at the WHOLE body, and taking factors like diet, stress, and exercise into consideration when making diagnosis and making recommendations. This method of looking at the mind and body as an integrative system is called, “functional medicine.” Over the next few days, we’ll be exploring some of the most popular tips, diets, and many more holistic health and wellness tricks and tips that many swear by! Stay tuned! Let us know how we can help you! #elitehealthga #drkempinski #functionalmedicine #clinicalnutrition #superfoods #foodmatters #eatorganic #foodismedicine #chonicdisease #chronicillness #chronicpain #chronicfatigue #brainfog #brainhealth
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  • It’s here! 🙌🏼
My FAQ on starting a second (or first!) career in nutrition is up on the blog 📲
For anyone looking to make a change but scared and...
  • It’s here! 🙌🏼 My FAQ on starting a second (or first!) career in nutrition is up on the blog 📲 For anyone looking to make a change but scared and unsure where to start, did you know I had an 8-year PR career before I went back to grad school to become an RD when I was 30? 📚 If ANY of you are thinking about nutrition as a first or second (or even third) career, I’ve got you 👊🏻 I get asked on a weekly basis about my transition from working gal to graduate student at square one 🤓 So, I’ve put them all into a comprehensive FAQ blog post for youuuu! 😘 ✨ How I made the decision ✨ What the transition was like ✨ Finances 🤑 ✨ Why I chose to become and RD ✨ My thoughts on the NYU program ✨ What’s the difference between an RD, a health coach and a nutritionist ✨ And so much more...it’s a loaded topic! I hope it’s helpful and don’t hesitate to DM or email me with additional questions 📩 I’ll keep adding to this as I get more questions and as I progress into my Dietetic Internship starting in January 👩🏻‍⚕️ #rdtobe #nutritionsqueezed #iinhealthcoach #secondcareer 📷 @alexisdamen . . . #newblogpost #nutritionschool #nutrition #registereddietitian #instituteforintegrativenutrition #iin #dieteticintern #nutritionblogger #wellnessblogger #clinicalnutrition
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  • Дорогие мои подписчики, приветствую вас! Учитывая положительную динамику вновь прибывающих, позвольте представиться! ▶️ Меня зовут Рождественская О...
  • Дорогие мои подписчики, приветствую вас! Учитывая положительную динамику вновь прибывающих, позвольте представиться! ▶️ Меня зовут Рождественская Ольга Анатольевна, врач - эндокринолог, диетолог, кандидат медицинских наук, специалист по нутрициологии, андрологии и репродуктологии. ▶️ Основатель многопрофильной клиники «Поликлиник.ру». ▶️Являюсь членом Российской, Американской, Китайской ассоциации эндокринологов. ▶️Имею более 15 международных выступлений с научными докладами по эндокринологии, репродуктологии, андрологии, диетологии, гинекологии. ▶️Мной опубликовано более 20печатных работ в Российских и Зарубежных научных изданиях. ▶️Являюсь соавтором глав, которые вошли в легендарную научную литературу "сахарный диабет 2 типа" проблемы и решения. ▶️Имею более 100 сертификатов, свидетельствующих об участии в научных конгрессах и конференциях России и Зарубежья. ▶️Провожу образовательные семинары и мастер классы для докторов- эндокринологов, диетологов, урологов, гинекологов,терапевтов и кардиологов и так же веду Школы здоровья и биохакинга для пациентов. ▶️Принимаю участие в различных тв программах «Естественный отбор», «Доктор И», «Засекреченные списки» на ТВЦ, телеканал Доктор, «Самая полезная программа» на РенТВ и многие другие. ▶️Постоянный эксперт программы «В гостях у Аллы Довлатовой» на Русском радио, «Клиника Петра Фадеева» на радио Маяк...
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  • SUNDAY mornings are for family favourites such as my green pancakes. We love these on the weekend. Topped with fresh seasonal fruit, yogurt, a few seeds and some almond butter they are delicious. Have a lovely Sunday x . . . . You can find the recipe for this at www.nourishinglife.net. Link in bio.
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  • Developing your child love for good food is so important for their future relationship with food.⠀
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  • Developing your child love for good food is so important for their future relationship with food.⠀ ⠀ Sometimes when raising kids we can forget that we need to slow down and work with our kids to develop healthy habits, We can not tell kids to eat healthy foods and they'll do it. We need to develop their skills, independence and confidence just like any other area of development. ⠀ ⠀ I find one of the best ways to get kids into eating different foods is to involve them in the preparation or cooking if possible to help them feel like they are contributing to making something. This way they are more likely to eat it. Even if they can’t actually do anything for reals, let them play with a bowl of water and some salad leaves or a tiny bit of the food you are prepping, and watch them stir and mix away. Trust me they’ll think they’re the worlds next Jamie Oliver ;)⠀ ⠀ Also let your toddlers get messy at meal times. Feeling, touching, playing, squeezing, tasting food, hearing they way it smooches all over the plate ;) it’s a sensory experience for them and helps to develop their senses and gets them familiar with different tastes, textures and smells. Exposing kids to different foods and textures and letting them explore helps develop their future tastes.⠀ ⠀ So next time your bundle of joy smooshes food all over the table (and maybe the wall, who knows?!) yes it’s totally annoying cleaning the floor for the billionth time today, you’re laying the foundations of a future adventurous eater in the future 😄💜 .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #toddler #ringwoodeastnutritionist #healthyeats #nutritionist #realfoods #holistichealth #nourish #paleo #toddlerfood #veggielover #veggies #playwithfood #nourishing #protein #kidshealth #healthyfamilies #vegan #healthykids #cleaneating #nourishment #holisticnutrition #familymeals #eatwell #antiinflammatory #vegetables #nutrientdense #healthyfit #clinicalnutrition #nourishingtraditions #foodprep
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  • Strawberries are another of my favourite fruits 🍓🍓 I seem to love RED fruits 😊. Strawberries are in season here in Melbourne until close to the ...
  • Strawberries are another of my favourite fruits 🍓🍓 I seem to love RED fruits 😊. Strawberries are in season here in Melbourne until close to the end of Autumn (middle of May) so we still have plenty of time to enjoy this delicious and nutritious fruit! Why do I love strawberries 🍓? My top 5 reasons are below, check them out and then go and enjoy some strawberries after dinner tonight. 1). Like cherries they are packed full of polyphenols - an antioxidant that feds and increases the level of beneficial gut bacteria in your digestive tract! 2). They are high in anthocyanins - a flavonoid that has antioxidant properties. Anthocyanins are great at reducing inflammation, reducing oxidative stress and help to lower blood pressure and cholesterol = super nutrient! 3). They are really high in Vitamin C. Strawberries are higher in Vitamin C then oranges are! 7 strawberries will give you 115% of your daily vitamin C needs! 4). For their size they have quite a lot of potassium in them - so are a great post workout fruit to have to help with rehydration. 5). They are super delicious and sweet tasting BUT are very low in sugars and high in fibre. WIN WIN ❤ #strawberries #nutrition #eatrealfood #nourish #nourishyourbody #foodismedicine #delicious #clinicalnutrition #fruit #antioxidants #sportsnutrition #health
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  • Love love love my clinical rotation! What does this mean that I love every rotation?!?! I think it means that I love and believe in nutrition so de...
  • Love love love my clinical rotation! What does this mean that I love every rotation?!?! I think it means that I love and believe in nutrition so deeply that any environment I’m in I will add value because the bottom line is the same - healing and helping through food and nutrition! I’m convinced that proper nutrition is the key to life and I will preach that message in any and every setting that I can! #rd2be #nutrition #clinicalnutrition #rdn #medicalnutritiontherapy #dieteticintern #love #passion #food #somuchmath
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  • 🎉🎊This weekend is one year since we officially opened the doors to our Des Moines satellite clinic! What a crazy year it had been! We helped over...
  • 🎉🎊This weekend is one year since we officially opened the doors to our Des Moines satellite clinic! What a crazy year it had been! We helped over a thousand people so far get their health back! To celebrate, anyone who calls this weekend to schedule a future appointment for an initial consultation, testing, and report of findings for the results will get an $80 discount off of the usual $180 price. Call or text 515-809-8747 to take advantage of this anniversary offer!🎊🎉
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  • Methylation is a biochemical process, whereby a methyl group, consisting of 1 carbon and 3 hydrogen atoms is transferred onto a substrate including...
  • Methylation is a biochemical process, whereby a methyl group, consisting of 1 carbon and 3 hydrogen atoms is transferred onto a substrate including DNA, RNA, neurotransmitters, hormones, immune cells and nerve cells. Once these compounds are methylated, they are able to commence their required functioning. . These methyl groups are made via the methylation cycle which consists of four interrelated biochemical cycles, being the folate cycle, methionine cycle, biopterin cycle and the urea cycle. I'll write about each of these in seperate posts. . The entire methylation cycle gets kicked off with MTHFR. The MTHFR enzyme donates a methyl group to folate, forming methylfolate. Methylfolate then passes the methyl group to homocysteine. Homocysteine is then 'methylated' and becomes methionine. Methionine then forms S-Adenosyl-Methionine (SAM). . SAM is the major methyl donor that passes the methyl groups around the body on to all of the 200 processes that need them. . There are many genes, enzymes and bicochemicals involved in the methylation cycle, all of which are impacted by genetic mutations and the environment. . The methylation cycle is disrupted by environmental chemicals, chronic infections, chronic inflammation, dysbiosis, leaky gut, nutrient deficiencies, certain medications and stress!! . Identifying these environmental blocks is essential when correcting methylation issues. . You can read more about the impacts of disrupted methylation on my website. Link in Bio . . . #mthfr #mthfrawareness #mthfrmutation #methylation #nutrigenomics #clinicalnutrition #naturopathy #naturopathicmedicine
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  • This week’s hypothetical case patient: 50 yo F w/ stage 1 chronic kidney disease due to polycystic kidney disease. All of her electrolytes are curr...
  • This week’s hypothetical case patient: 50 yo F w/ stage 1 chronic kidney disease due to polycystic kidney disease. All of her electrolytes are currently within range. She is hypertensive too. 🥬 Nutrition interventions for kidney conditions are hard. Depending on the severity of the disease, protein, calcium, potassium, and/or sodium need to be very tightly controlled. It becomes more complicated when dialysis becomes necessary. 🥬 But we still want these patients to eat nutrient rich, whole foods! This class provided a really helpful discussion on how to decrease the aforementioned nutrients via cooking methods, which foods to caution CKD patients about (like avocados! 🥑), and which foods are generally ok. 🥬 We made a ginger, carrot, and sweet potato soup (not pictured), that was prepared in a way to decrease potassium content by at least 50%. 🍠 We made two salads (one warm, one cold): Oregon bay shrimp salad with fresh herbs, bell pepper, onion and celery and a winter wild rice salad with squash, apple, pineapple, herbs and greens. I really liked the warm salad—I was so surprised by how good the fruit was in a savory dish. All foods were prepared in a way to make them low sodium, potassium and calcium 👍 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • #nutrition #nutritionist #naturopathicmedicine #naturopathy #naturopathystudent #foodasmedicine #medicalnutritiontherapy #medical #medschool #medicalstudent #clinicalnutrition #food #foodstagram #foodlover #healthyfood #salad #healthyrecipes #eattherainbow #eatyourveggies #chronickidneydisease #nephrology
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  • Happy Valentines Day to my friends better late than never! Yesterday was one of my busiest days in clinic to date & Brad fell down 1 stair & severe...
  • Happy Valentines Day to my friends better late than never! Yesterday was one of my busiest days in clinic to date & Brad fell down 1 stair & severely sprained his ankle...so we’re running on love & fumes. This photo shows the different dilutions of beet juice I mixed to get those beautiful shades of pink. I hope your Valentine’s Day was full of love, whether it be love with another or love for yourself. I know I love you.
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  • FRI-YAY// here’s some breakfast inpso to get your Saturday off to a great start. MANGO CHIA PUDDING - recipe on website. This one is really great made up the night before. Absolutely delicious and filling for the morning. Great vegetarian protein and omega 3 source. The perfect summer brekky. Enjoy! Have a great weekend 💜
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  • Seriously delicious.. Great way to get the vegies in! 
Zucchini fritters 💓

Here's the recipe for those who have requested it.. enjoy 💓
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  • Seriously delicious.. Great way to get the vegies in! Zucchini fritters 💓 Here's the recipe for those who have requested it.. enjoy 💓 Ingredients: -1 cup of grated zucchini -2 cups of self-raising flour -1 tsp mixed herbs ( fresh or dried) -1/2 to 3/4 cup of full cream milk -3 email -pinch of salt -1/2 cup of grated cheese. If you want to change things up and make it vegetarian not vegan.. change up the ingrediants. Alternatives: Milk- almond or soy Flour-coconut, chickpea Eggs- oils (coconut), vegetable purees to the size of the one egg. Eg, 60gm egg = 60gm of puree (pumpkin, carrot, potato, sweet potato, zucchini). Or Try a flax egg. Use mashed up beans or lentils (full of fibre and nutrients). Cheese- can use vegan cheese alternatives such as almond.. or you don't have to add it at all. Method: 1. Simple, just grateful the cheese and zucchini (drain juice) add all ingredients and mix. 2. Fry in oil until golden on each side and bubbles appear. These are great, you can experiment and add whatever you like. The fun of experimenting in the kitchen. Remember to be mindful that sometimes the zucchini may be a all or big and may be more water based. You may have to adjust the ratios of flour and milk to ensure the batter is thick but still pliable like pancake batter. #zucchinifritters #eggs #flour #milk #alternatives #nutrition #medicine #clinicalnutrition #yum #fritters #foodismedicine #docereasteacher #chef #pastrychef #foreverlearning #foreverteaching #experimenting #creating #delicious
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  • The MTHFR gene provides instructions for the MTHFR enzyme to take folate from food and convert it into methylfolate, the active form the body uses ...
  • The MTHFR gene provides instructions for the MTHFR enzyme to take folate from food and convert it into methylfolate, the active form the body uses to start the process of methylation. . A mutation on MTHFR is more accurately called a SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism). . A nucleotide is the basic building block of DNA. . The information in DNA is stored as a code made up of 4 types of bases called Adenosine, Thymine, Cytosine and Guanine. . A SNP occurs when one of these bases (eg, Cytosine) is replaced with a different base (eg, Adenosine) at a certain location on the DNA. . When a base changes, the proteins that are coded from these bases will either stop functioning, only partially function, have a completely new function or have no noticeable change at all. . With MTHFR C677T, Cytosine is changed to Thymine at nucleotide 677. We know that when this base change occurs, it results in a reduction of function. . With MTHFR A1298C, Adenosine is changed to Cytosine at nucleotide 1298. This base change also results in a reduction in function. . Since we have two copies of each gene, one from mum and one from dad, you can have either one (heterozygous) copy of the gene SNP, or two (homozygous) copies of the gene SNP. . MTHFR C677T Heterozygous results in a 30-40% reduction in function. . MTHFR C677T Homozygous results in a 60-70% reduction in function. . MTHFR A129AC Heterozygous results in only a very minimal reduction in function. Exactly the figure is unknown. . MTHFR A1298C Homozygous results in a 40% reduction in function. . You can also have one copy of MTHFR C677T (ie, Heterozygous C677T) and one copy of MTHFR A1299C (ie, Heterozygous A1298C). This is called Compound Heterozygous and results in a 40-50% reduction in function. . . You can read more about how MTHFR impacts your health on my website. Link in Bio . . . #mthfr #mthrawareness #clinicalnutrition #naturopathicmedicine #naturopathy #nutrigenomics #methylation
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  • All providers of health & wellness services should read #unconventionalmedicine . We picked it up a year ago and have taken it cover to cover multi...
  • All providers of health & wellness services should read #unconventionalmedicine . We picked it up a year ago and have taken it cover to cover multiple times now.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @chriskresser does an amazing job of outlining and detailing the reasons our modern healthcare system is broken. He provides practical integration of actionable and sustainable lifestyle and nutrition practices to help reverse the current trends associated with our collective poor health, combat the inadequacies of our current system, and solve for the reversal of chronic disease. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s a wake-up call and well thought out guide for both the public and health & wellness professionals!
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  • As I've been preparing something really cool I'll be releasing for #nationaleatingdisorderawarenessweek I figured until then I'll sporadically post...
  • As I've been preparing something really cool I'll be releasing for #nationaleatingdisorderawarenessweek I figured until then I'll sporadically post bits from it that I think you'll find informative and insightful. For starters, here's one dealing with anorexia nervosa (my academic area of specialty). Wonder why the refeeding process for anorexia has to be so complicated and difficult? While there's a ton of precipitating factors, these 3 - in my mind - play some of the biggest roles: 1. In anorexia, your REE (Resting Energy Expenditure) is markedly low before refeeding begins. But, for a variety of hormonal reasons, it does something called "overshooting" at some point down the line. It can spike OVER your standard metabolic baseline for a bit, as a protective mechanism, which can throw off your dietitian's or MD's calorie calculations. 2. Just as there is a decreased NEAT (Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis) response in obese people after weight loss, there is an INCREASED NEAT response in anorexic patients after weight gain. Things like fidgeting, posture corrections, leg shaking, etc. are all tools of the body as it tries desperately to ramp up energy expenditure. Staying on bedrest in IP treatment even after weight restoration is critical, in part to prevent this. 3. Chronic restriction can have adverse effects on the gut microbiome, leading to inefficiency in the conversion of nutrients to calories. This could partially explain why standard TDEE equations are usually UNDER the amounts that anorexic patients truly require to weight restore. Hope that was interesting to you all... I've got a TON more where that came from, and I'm excited to show it soon 😁
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  • A sarcopenia é uma síndrome caracterizada pela perda progressiva e generalizada de massa magra associada ou não com a redução de força muscular.
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  • A sarcopenia é uma síndrome caracterizada pela perda progressiva e generalizada de massa magra associada ou não com a redução de força muscular. 💪🏼👵🏻👴🏻 A sarcopenia pode ocasionar alguns desfechos como quedas e fraturas, fragilidade física, redução da qualidade de vida, etc. 💪🏼 Existem diversos graus de sarcopenia. Pré-sarcopenia: perda de massa muscular sem repercussão clínica; Sarcopenia: perda de massa magra + perda de força ou redução da performance muscular; Sarcopenia grave: perda da massa muscular + perda de força + perda de performance muscular. 💪🏼 É muito comum em idosos, devido a fisiologia do envelhecimento (sarcopenia primária), mas pode acontecer em pessoas mais jovens, principalmente acamados ou com longo período de internamento ou falta de prática de atividade física (sarcopenia secundária). 💪🏼🏃🏼‍♀️ Para o seu diagnóstico há vários métodos, como clínicos e de imagem. 👩🏼‍⚕️💪🏼📝 SARC-F: é um método de triagem que foi criado para para identificar rapidamente o risco de sarcopenia. 📝📋 Circunferência da panturrilha: é um método antropométrico que identifica a perda de massa magra. 📏🎗 Dinamometria: identifica a perda de força pelo aperto de mão (força da pressão palmar). O dinamômetro é um aparelho que vai medir a força através do aperto de mão. 💪🏼🏋🏼‍♀️ Velocidade de marcha: o paciente faz um percurso, onde será medido o tempo e a sua velocidade para a identificação de uma redução do desempenho funcional. 🏃🏼‍♀️🚶🏼‍♀️ TUG (Timed up and go): vai testar a capacidade funcional do indivíduo. O paciente vai levantar da cadeira e irá fazer um circuito, andando em um determinado espaço e retornando à sua cadeira ao final do percurso. Esse método visa mensurar o tempo em que o paciente faz essa atividade e sua capacidade funcional. 🛋🏃🏼‍♀️🛋 Entre os métodos de imagens temos a ressonância magnética, tomografia computadorizada e o padrão ouro que é a desitometria. 👩🏼‍⚕️🎞
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You don’t have to have an eating disorder to be struggling in your relationship with food.
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  • Freedom + Food ••• . You don’t have to have an eating disorder to be struggling in your relationship with food. . You don’t have to be sick, or look sick, to seek help to heal your relationship with food. . If you feel like you need some support, don’t be afraid to speak up and reach out. You will not be judged. . . We are all worthy of help regardless of where we are. . 🌸
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  • Nossa equipe é constituída por renomados profissionais que tem como objetivo comum a excelência de ensino e a evidência científica como lema da Pós...
  • Nossa equipe é constituída por renomados profissionais que tem como objetivo comum a excelência de ensino e a evidência científica como lema da Pós-Graduação. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📣 Realize sua matrícula para a próxima turma do Curso de Especialização em Fitoterapia aplicada à Nutrição Clínica ( CEFITO)- Março/2019, oferecido pelo Instituto de Nutrição Josué de Castro da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (INJC/UFRJ). ⚠Poderão se matricular no curso candidatos que tenham concluído curso de Graduação em Nutrição, reconhecido pelo Ministério da Educação ou que estejam cursando o último período da graduação em nutrição. Principais informações a seguir: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📅Início das aulas: Março de 2019 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📌LOCAL: Instituto de Nutrição Josué de Castro 📌ENDEREÇO - Av. Carlos Chagas Filho , 373, Prédio do CCS, Cidade Universitária, Ilha do Fundão, Rio de Janeiro. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📚CARGA HORÁRIA TOTAL: 398 horas / 18 meses / 2 sábados por mês. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🕰 8:00 às 17:00 horas ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Para realizar a matrícula o aluno deverá fazer o seguinte procedimento acessar o site www.cefito.injc.ufrj.br, clicar em inscrições abertas e preencher o formulário no final da página para receber o link para efetuar a matrícula. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📣Nutricionista conveniado ao CRN-4 recebe desconto de 20%. #cefitoUFRJ #PósGraduaçãoCEFITO #PósGraduaçãoUFRJ
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  • One of the roles of histamine is to contract the smooth muscle of the uterus.
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However, when histamine is too high, it causes excessive contractio...
  • One of the roles of histamine is to contract the smooth muscle of the uterus. . However, when histamine is too high, it causes excessive contraction and subsequent period pain. . What can you do to reduce histamine and help period pain?. . 1. Reduce your load of histamines by following a low histamine diet. . 2. Since oestrogen increases histamine release, you want to support oestrogen detoxification which you can do by increasing your intake of brassica vegetables (broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, kale, cauliflower) and supplementing with calcium-d-glucurate, DIM and Activated B vitamins. . 3. Fix any gut issues (SIBO or dysbiosis in the large bowel) as bad gut bacteria stimulates the release of histamine. . 4. Consider supplementing with the DAO enzyme that breaks histamine down in the gut. . You can read all about histamine and women's hormones on my website. www.joannekennedy.com.au . __________________________________________________ Available for face-to-face & Skype consultations: 📧[email protected] . . . #histmaine #histamineintolerance #histamineintolerant #periodpain #endometriosis #endometriosisawareness #clinicalnutrition #naturopathy #naturopathicmedicine
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  • This is my serious face with my practitioner hat on! 😂🤓🧐
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Part of every consultation with my patients is empowering and educa...
  • This is my serious face with my practitioner hat on! 😂🤓🧐 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Part of every consultation with my patients is empowering and educating them to understand their health goals and why we are doing the work we are doing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s completely up to them what they do with that information once they have left the consultation space. I can hold their hand most of the way but I can’t be there day in day out to understand their habits and routines. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I don’t prescribe treatment plans that haven’t been given the ‘hell yes’ from my patients because their health and well-being is my ultimate goal. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I can only do my best as a practitioner with the knowledge I have, I will always put my patients first but ultimately it’s them that make the changes and do all the hard work to kick their health goals. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This is the best feeling when you see your patients lives change 😍 This is one happy nutritionist.
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  • Happy Valentines Day! Don’t forget to spread love to those around you and love yourself the way you’d want to be loved! Taking time for at home spa...
  • Happy Valentines Day! Don’t forget to spread love to those around you and love yourself the way you’d want to be loved! Taking time for at home spa treatment, meditation, and of course a couple treats😆. Wishing you love for now and always - Sarah🌹
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📣 Acesse o site e realiz sua matrícula na Pós-Graduação em Manejo Nutricional na Obesidade e na Cirurgia Bariátrica do Instituto...
  • ⚠️Vagas limitadas 📣 Acesse o site e realiz sua matrícula na Pós-Graduação em Manejo Nutricional na Obesidade e na Cirurgia Bariátrica do Instituto D'or de Ensino. 📚Consultora-Cientifica- Prof Dra Andréa Ramalho 📚Coordenação: Prof Dra Silvia Pereira Prof Dr Carlos Saboya 📍Apoio: Sociedade Brasileira de Cirurgia Bariátrica e Metabólica (SBSBM) e do Conselho Regional de Nutricionistas (CRN-4) 📅Início das aulas: 04 de Maio de 2019 📌LOCAL: IDOR - Rua Diniz Cordeiro, 30 - Botafogo - RJ 🕐 Carga Horária Total: 360 h Faça sua matrícula pelo site www.idor.org/cursos/manejo-nutricional-na-obesidade-e-na-cirurgia-bariatrica
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  • This is something I look at a lot everyday. Gene names, rs numbers (the reference ID for the SNP) your genotype or what two alleles you were lucky ...
  • This is something I look at a lot everyday. Gene names, rs numbers (the reference ID for the SNP) your genotype or what two alleles you were lucky enough to get from your parents! Minor alleles, or the less common allele that indicates there’s been a change in the common gene sequence. Yellow means one allele has a change and red means two have a changed from the “wild” or common genotype. What even does this mean!!! Genes are proteins or enzymes that tell our body to do something, if you have a change then your enzyme might be working better or worse. There are so many implications for this in the biochemistry of the body. And why we are all different! But since it’s Valentine’s Day it’s fun to look at something love related! . . “It is widely recognized that DNA influences many aspects of one’s being: eye color, hair color, stature, and even the propensity for developing specific diseases. But to what extent does genetics dictate human behavior and pleasure? Interestingly, research is beginning to evidence that many facets of sexuality—including desire, arousal, performance, and orgasm.....” sound interesting?? Head to snppros.com to read the Valentine’s Day blog about some pretty interesting genes related to “sex and love” 😘😘 or you can check out nutritionalgenomicsinstitute.com for another blog on some “love” genes and find out if your mate is more prone to cheat 😬 (maybe save that one for tomorrow) 😘 and don’t forget to follow @snppros and @nutritionalgenomicsinstitute for more clinically useful (and fun!) genomic info! Happy Valentine’s Day! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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