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.

Breaking Bad Habits

Try these tricks to break your bad habits and prevent your kids from developing their own.

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2/21/2009

Heart Health for Women

Protect yourself from the main culprits negatively impacting women’s health.

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2/14/2009

Healthy Sweets for Your Sweethearts

Ideas on what sweeteners don’t spike your blood sugar to dangerous levels.

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2/7/2009

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?

Selecting Supplements That Boost Metabolism

Supplements that are beneficial for weight loss and much more.

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1/31/2009

Reducing Belly Fat and Insulin Resistance

Learn why belly fat is a clear indicator to insulin resistance and what to do about it.

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1/24/2009

Avoiding the Menopausal Weight Gain

65-75% of women involuntarily gain weight at menopause, but it doesn’t need to happen with proper nutrition.

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1/17/2009

Good Fats to the Rescue

Exactly which foods are a source of good fat? Listen in!

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1/10/2009

Choosing Carbs to Support Your Metabolism

Learn which healthy carbs can aid in weight loss.

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1/3/2009

Take Charge of Your Health

Avoid a life of disease and chronic illness by eating real food.

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12/20/2008

Toxic Fats and Chronic Illness

How cheap carbs and cheap fats increase cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, heart attack and more.

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12/13/2008

How to Reduce Fibromyalgia Pain

What supplements and real food can bring fibromyalgia relief.

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12/6/2008

Diabetes and the Damage of High Blood Sugar

Learn how to manage diabetes and prediabetes with good nutrition.

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11/29/2008

Ease the Symptoms of Autism with Proper Nutrition

Let real food help with the many symptoms of autism.

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11/22/2008

Gluten Sensitivities

Special guest Dr. Thomas O’Bryan joins to talk all things gluten.

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11/15/2008

The Importance of Sleep for Good Health

Let nutrition be the solution to your sleep problems.

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11/8/2008

How to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Cookie, eggnog lattés and more make it all too easy to pack on the pounds.

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11/1/2008

How Real Food Can Prevent Childhood Obesity

Tips on how you can provide an environment that will help all children eat better.

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10/25/2008

Addictive and Compulsive Eating

Understand the cause of compulsive eating and the solutions.

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10/18/2008

Maintain Your Memory

Learn how eating real food and healthy fats can keep your brain healthy.

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10/11/2008

The Vitamin D Connection

Make sure you're getting enough vitamin D to ensure good health.

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10/4/2008

Nutritional Approach to PMS

Eat right to reduce your cramps, moodiness, tenderness, headaches and more.

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9/27/2008

The Cholesterol Myth

We’re clearing up the national misunderstanding that fat increased cholesterol.

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9/20/2008

Plantar Fascitis

Nutritional solutions to your achy and painful feet.

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9/13/2008

ADD/ADHD: Nutrition Can Help

ADD/ADHD isn’t caused by a deficiency in Ritalin but often a deficiency in nutrition.

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9/6/2008

How to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

Avoid macular degeneration, dry eyes, and floaters with real food.

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8/30/2008

Stress-Busting Nutrition

Stress accounts for 75-90% of all primary Dr. visits in the U.S., learn how nutrition can help.

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8/23/2008

Anti-Aging

90% of how healthy we age is related to nutrition and lifestyle.

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8/16/2008

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