Finally a LEGIT Nutrition Study! | Wednesday Checkup

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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    Nutrition research articles are usually pretty blah. They make outrageous claims like alcohol is healthier than exercise or eating a handful of nuts daily extends life by a decade!

    This week we cover a great study funded by the NIH that proves a casual relationship between weight gain and processed foods!

    Original Article: https://www.cell.com/cell-metabolism/pdf/S1550-4131(19)30248-7.pdf

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  • Sherly Septiani

    Sherly Septiani

     21 days ago

    Instant noodle instant noodle instant noodle.

  • Morio Murase

    Morio Murase

     28 days ago

    This is because America's idea of producing food prioritizes shelf life and maximum sales weight over nutritional value or even flavor. This is why you see shelf stable and heat to serve products full of artificial substances, sodium, and hydrogenated fats or palm kernel oil.

    I disagree that processed foods are cheaper than cooking your own food. The only thing that's "cheaper" is the time cost, and even then it's debatable or not worth the health risks.

  • Bob Jones

    Bob Jones

     1 months ago

    What are consider as processed food?

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    ΙΩΑΝΝΗΣ-ΠΑΥΛΟΣ ΚΩΝΣΤΑΝΤΑΚΑΤΟΣ

     1 months ago

    but minimally processed foods like olive oil are ok ! i only avoid high processed foods, i even eat processed carbs that are barley bites that have 5 fine ingredients (barley whole grain flower,wheat whole grain flower ,ev olive oil,leaven, yeast)14% fiber and 1,5% sugar (for the yeast), wholegrain pasta and oats as a staple (with other thing like veggies in salads usually)!

  • SXT Wellness Coaching

    SXT Wellness Coaching

     1 months ago

    Great intro bro!! But our lives are processed so our foods will be processed

  • Van TM

    Van TM

     1 months ago

    This shirt is less chest-compressing.

  • Shreyasi Chatterjee

    Shreyasi Chatterjee

     1 months ago

    Stop neing cute...what was that hehe thingy😒

  • Rahab Osorno Torroella

    Rahab Osorno Torroella

     2 months ago

    Serious stuff

  • Mr.Bunny _Bear

    Mr.Bunny _Bear

     2 months ago

    I died when he said yum

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    Kpop BTS EXO GOT7 SUJU SHINee trash

     2 months ago

    I was literally having dinner at a pizza place while watching this

  • WormyLeWorm

    WormyLeWorm

     2 months ago

    This was always obvious to me. To me it seems that processed foods are cooked, long term stored, and loaded with non-food filler to the point of not being nutritious (both because of degradation from processing and storing and counteracting effects of all the filler) or able to be utilized by your body at all. You will miss all the micronutrients that actually nourish you and make you feel full on top of whatever negative effects the non-food ingredients have on your body. A home-cooked meal from whole foods will always make you full faster because you aren't essentially starving yourself by only eating pure calories with no nutrition like you are with processed food. This lack of nutrient balance in your body plus the overeating of sheer caloric intake and fake foods disrupting your hormones etc. no doubt is a deadly combo.

    It's easy to find out. Eat completely home-cooked foods from raw and whole ingredients, don't overcook them or let them degrade too long in storage after preparation, then eat highly processed foods. You will stay hungry eating processed foods as well as find a creeping lethargy as the days go on because your nutritional balance is off in some way.

  • Jorge R

    Jorge R

     2 months ago

    They should do this kind of study with the Ketogenic diet along with all the other diets to see which one is best.

  • slipstitch

    slipstitch

     2 months ago

    Something to also consider: back in the day(grandparents/great grandparents) a lot of folk worked super physical jobs. What gives you energy? Fats and sugars. My gran used to tell me some of the things they'd eat and just omg no. Spam sandwiches. Likr just spam and mayo. It wad cheap, filling, and provided energy for doing all the things. That behavior gets passed down and folks still eat stuff like that because energy even though a lot of us are living way more sedentary lives.

  • Azarilh

    Azarilh

     2 months ago

    That's it? High amount of calories? Just eat them less, problem solved. I wouldn't say they're bad just coz they full of calories, you're just more limited how much you can eat them before gettin' weight.

  • Liz Acevedo

    Liz Acevedo

     2 months ago

    I will never understand why eating healthier costs more money. It’s incredibly shocking that low SES individuals are almost forced to eat unhealthier. Unbelievable.

  • Ka So

    Ka So

     2 months ago

    Shouldn't the experiment have made it so participates ate the same amount of both to compare the actual difference in type of food? Pretty sure we all know eating more results in weight gain.

  • NixStellaNova _

    NixStellaNova _

     2 months ago

    Now they need to replicate the study multiple times. A study done once is great but replication is important to truly prove it

  • Mikeys Muffin

    Mikeys Muffin

     2 months ago

    2:40 they do taste better indeed but whole foods can taste good too if the processed foods are cut out of a diet

  • SunShines Art

    SunShines Art

     3 months ago

    4:25 😂❤️

  • Don't Worry be Happy

    Don't Worry be Happy

     3 months ago

    Doctor Mike binge 2019💚