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Many people want to eat a better diet, but they find these good intentions stymied by a lack of time and other challenges.
When it comes to power foods that promote a healthy brain, nutrition and fitness expert Dr Janet Bond Brill, PhD, RDN, FAND, LDN, says that the same foods that are good for your heart are good for your brain.
An essential element of healthy lifestyle is clean food and disciplined food habits.
Salt is a slow poison. Dietary sodium causes disease by raising blood pressure and damaging delicate internal organs, explains nutrition and fitness expert Dr Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D., RDN, FAND, LDN. Processed foods and restaurant items make up 75% of most people's daily sodium intake.
While exercise is generally great for the heart and is regarded as the single most important thing a person can do to prevent heart disease, this is not true in every case.
In this video, nutrition and fitness expert Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D., RDN, FAND, LDN, discusses the most effective ways to switch to a healthier diet.
In this video, nutrition and fitness expert Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D., RDN, FAND, LDN, talks about eating disorders - life-threatening mental disorders characterized by unusual eating habits and excessive concerns about body image.
When it comes to monitoring a child’s eating habits, parents often walk a path between lacking to offer guidance and being afraid that this interference will lead to eating disorders.
Most people are aware that their cholesterol levels play an important role in determining how healthy their heart is. But there’s more to it than that.
Nutrition and fitness expert Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D., RDN, FAND, LDN, cautions that American food portions are too large, leading to obesity and heart disease. “Super-sizing” meal portions is a common practice in this country.
Why do we crave for sugar when we are stressed? In this video, nutrition and fitness expert Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D., RDN, FAND, LDN, explains that the human body is genetically hardwired to like sugar.
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is an exercise plan where participants work out very intensely for a brief period before taking a break and then repeats the process.
Nutrition and fitness expert Janet Bond Brill Ph.D., RDN, FAND, and LDN is the author of Blood Pressure Down: The 10-Step Plan to Lower Your Blood Pressure in 4 Weeks–Without Prescription Drugs.
Nutrition and fitness expert Janet Bond Brill Ph.D., RDN, FAND, and LDN is the author of Cholesterol Down: Ten Simple Steps to Lower Your Cholesterol in Four Weeks–Without Prescription Drugs.
In this video, Janet Bond Brill Ph.D., RDN, FAND, LDN nutrition and fitness expert talks about how people can get rid of their stubborn belly fat. She explains that belly fat is a toxic fat that increases a person’s risk for diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and other dangerous conditions.
The health risks from added sugar are far greater than those posed by artificial sweeteners, according to nutrition, and fitness expert Janet Bond Brill (Ph.D., RDN, FAND, and LDN).

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Coffee...the original Powerade
h, that morning cup of Joe... Americans just can't seem to get enough of the most popular behavior-altering drug in this country, caffeine. Is it smart to down a cup or two of coffee before you work out or is it better to refrain until after you get your exercise in? Caffeine is the most widely used ergogenic aid (a substance that can purportedly enhance sports performance) and has been scientifically proven to be a highly effective sports aid. Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant that can help you perform better because it acts to increase alertness as well as lower your perception of effort during exercise-so you can exercise harder and it won't feel as difficult. The science has shown that caffeine is most valuable for endurance-type athletes involved in sports such as cycling and long-distance running. Caffeine has been shown to increase the amount of fat floating in the bloodstream of endurance athletes, which would theoretically improve endurance performance by helping to spare muscle glycogen. When muscle glycogen runs low, endurance athletes need to slow their pace, so an ergogenic aid that enables athletes to "spare" the glycogen in favor of using the fat for fuel would be highly beneficial and potentially delay fatigue. If you do decide to drink a cup of coffee before exercising, there are a few caveats. Caffeine is a diuretic, so if you choose to consume it before exercising in a hot, humid environment, be sure to drink extra fluids to compensate. Furthermore, many people are caffeine sensitive and can have negative side effects from consuming caffeine, such as nervousness, upset stomach and a rapid heart rate. If you are caffeine sensitive, I would suggest that you abstain.
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