Pulmonary Rehab: Daily Fitness & Exercise

Hello, I am Dr. Ken Chapman, Director of the Asthma & Airway Centre of the University Health Network and Director of our Pulmonary Rehab Program at Toronto Western site. I am delighted to be able to introduce this DVD of Basic Pulmonary Rehab Exercises. How are you going to use this DVD? First, you consult […]

Staying Fit on Keto, Vegan vs. Carnivore, & Cutting Out Caffeine · #127 ft. Thomas DeLauer

Nutrition Tips : How to Stay Fit in the Summer

My name is Christine Marquette, and I’m a registered dietitian, with the Austin Regional Clinic, and I’m going to talk to you about how to stay fit in the summer. The summertime offers a lot of different options. You can go swimming. You can go out biking. You can go out running. For a lot […]

Research at the School of Public Health & Health Sciences, UMass Amherst

[MUSIC PLAYING] Research doesn’t happen without faculty. So clearly, it’s faculty success. It is a combination of great ideas, facilities on campus now that really have improved. We’ve been able to increase our faculty numbers, and new faculty have just come on with a vengeance, getting large grants in areas that are really important. They’re […]

Nutrition for a Healthy Life

From the minute we’re born, we’re aging. Constant exposure to our environment, the things we eat, and stresses from both inside and outside our bodies all cause us to age over time. Aging is highly complex, but scientists are starting to understand what happens at the cellular and molecular levels. For example, healthy cells are […]

Is Gluten that bad for your health? | The Science

Thanks to Squarespace for sponsoring this video. Why would the 1944 and 45 Winter of Starvation at the end of World War 2 improve the health of sick children in the Netherlands? For Dutch Pediatrician Dr. Willem Dicke, this actually made plenty of sense. Dr. Dicke had been pursuing a way to treat Gee-Herter’s disease, […]

How Does A Protein Deload Help Your Fitness? – AMA with James FitzGerald

It basically gives the gut a break. The protein deload came about in an athletic sense because a lot of intense fitness athletes were breaking down a lot of muscle and they were starting to get food aversions, joint pain and sensitivities to specific kind of foods which lead to immune issues and adrenal function […]

Foods to Improve Eye Health

Hi, I’m Jordan Rubin and welcome to Ancient Medicine Today. We have a great topic that you will want to keep your eyes on. We’re going to talk about eye health, and if you’re interested in eye health, which believe it or not, most people as they age are more concerned with the health of […]

Pulmonary Rehab: Daily Fitness & Exercise

Hello, I am Dr. Ken Chapman, Director of the Asthma & Airway Centre of the University Health Network and Director of our Pulmonary Rehab Program at Toronto Western site. I am delighted to be able to introduce this DVD of Basic Pulmonary Rehab Exercises. How are you going to use this DVD? First, you consult […]