Dishing Up Nutrition Podcast

Listen in to learn the connection between what you eat and how you feel. With hundreds of podcasts, you’ll find health topics relevant to your life and body. Find episodes below, or subscribe to our weekly show through our app (search Dishing Up Nutrition), iTunesGoogle PlayStitcherSpotify or wherever you find your favorite podcasts.

Health Care Reform: The Nutritional Prevention Plan

Aging doesn’t have to mean deteriorating health, prevent it with nutrition.

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8/22/2009

Suffering from Fibromyalgia? Nutrition Can Help.

If you experience pain and fatigue from fibromyalgia, learn how nutrition can help.

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8/15/2009

Back to School

Good nutrition for kids as they get ready to go back to school.

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8/8/2009

Upcoming Shows

Listen live Saturday, 8 a.m. on myTalk 107.1 FM or anytime on your favorite podcast app.

September 19: Foods to Help Kids Focus
September 26: Avoiding Weight Gain during Perimenopause & Menopause
October 3: Stressed Out? Not Sleeping? Nutritional Solutions to the Rescue!
October 10: Why is it so Hard to Lose Weight?

Ask the Nutritionist

Get your nutrition questions answered by Darlene Kvist and Anna Derhak!

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8/1/2009

Beyond Portion Control

Losing weight is so much more than portion control, listen in.

podcast
7/25/2009

Multiple Sclerosis

For those suffering from MS, listen in to learn how nutrition can help.

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7/18/2009

Anxiety

What you’re eating has a direct impact on your anxiety levels. Listen in.

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7/11/2009

Children's Food Allergies

Better understand symptoms of common allergies to help your children feel better and thrive.

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7/11/2009

Alcohol and Women

Be aware of the risks so you can in charge of your own drinking behavior.

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7/4/2009

Nutrition for Skin Health

Are you concerned about eczema, rosacea, purple spots, acne or wrinkles, listen in.

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6/27/2009

Stress-Busting Foods

If you could positively influence your stress by changing what you eat would you do it?

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6/20/2009

Blood Sugar and Type II Diabetes

Learn how to manage your blood sugar to better manager, prevent or reverse diabetes.

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6/13/2009

Bone health and Osteoporosis

Thomas Guilliams Ph.D. talks about the best prevention and treatment plan.

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6/6/2009

Gastric Bypass

Making the case for therapeutic nutrition in place of surgery.

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5/30/2009

The Link Between Migraines and Nutrition

Discover the strong connection between what you eat and your migraine headaches.

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5/23/2009

Managing Cholesterol Naturally

Uncover the cholesterol myths that have been misleading Americans since the 1950’s.

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5/16/2009

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Eating plan and supplements to support this debilitating condition.

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5/9/2009

Foods to Reduce Pain and Inflammation

Learn what foods increase pain and inflammation and which reduce them.

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5/2/2009

Foods for Menopause

Guest Sandy Greenquist joins to share the best foods to ease menopause symptoms.

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4/25/2009

Boost your Metabolism with Food and Exercise

Learn how to turn up the thermostat on your metabolism.

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4/18/2009

Common Questions about Supplements

Special guest Greg Peterson from Nutrition Dynamics clarifies common questions.

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4/11/2009

Digestion: The #1 Health Problem

Digestive problems are the #1 health problem in the U.S. and real food can help.

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4/4/2009

Your Body’s Sign Language

Begin to recognize body signs that give you clues about your health.

podcast
3/28/2009

How Food Affects Your Child’s Behavior

Learn what to feed your family for happier and calmer kiddos.

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3/21/2009

Cravings & Addictive Eating

Learn nutrition solutions to your compulsive eating problem.

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3/14/2009

Feed Your Brain Well

When you order lunch do you ever stop and think does this food help my brain? You should.

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3/7/2009

The Fertility Diet

Dr. Chavarro, author of The Fertility Diet shares steps to take when trying to conceive.

podcast
2/28/2009

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