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Healthy Eating Tips Part 1: Nutrition Education and Servings

April 4, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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Healthing Eating Series, Part 1 of 4. I have created this series to benefit those with all manifestions of eating disorders. I can only speak for myself and what has worked for me. In Part 1 I talk about nutritional education and serving sizes. While I have studied a lot about nutrition, I can not give tips on how many serving sizes you need because everyBody is different. There are many calculations needed in order to determine what your body needs on a daily basis. I highly suggest you seek help from a nutritionist or certified dietician for further assistance. This entire series may be helpful for people looking to free themselves from the bondage of restrictive eating, fad diets, food phobias, binge eating, or complusive over eating and also those looking for tips on optimizing your eating habits and experiences. *I had planned to make a side show with nutritional serving information but have not had the time. Please check out the link below for serving size info: www.clevelandclinic.org The book that I speak about in the video is “Healing with Whole Foods, Third Edition” by Paul Pitchford. I consider this one of the best books available for information on healing with whole foods and overall nutritional information.

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