Latest Diet & Nutrition Shows

New Diabetes & Endocrinology Clinic Provides Resources for Patients Struggling with Weight & Metabolism

Jul 31, 2015

The University of Utah has a new diabetes, obesity and metabolism clinic with all kinds of treatments and services for patients. Dr. Tim Graham is the medical director of the diabetes, obesity and metabolism programs at University of Utah Health Care. In this podcast he highlights many of the ...

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What is Phenylketonuria?

May 18, 2015

Babies get tested for many things right after they are born. The heel prick includes a test for phenylketonuria (PKU), a rare birth defect that causes a certain amino acid to build up in the body. Dr. Gellner talks about this disorder and what a PKU diagnosis means for you and your new baby....

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Healthy Residents and Low Health Care Costs—Why Utah?

Apr 22, 2015

Utah has some of the best health outcomes in the nation, but some of the lowest costs. Dr. Robin Marcus, chief wellness officer of University of Utah Health Care, talks about some reasons for this. She also discusses what can be done to further improve the health of residents and the ability of ...

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The Sugar-Free Challenge: Healthy Idea or Not?

Apr 15, 2015

Are you one of the many who has taken the “sugar-free challenge” to remove added sugar from your diet for 10 days? Health educator Ashley Quadros talks about the trend and what cutting out added sugar can do for your body. She gives some advice and tips for those who want to continue to have ...

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Trying to Be Healthier? Eat This, Not That

Apr 2, 2015

Between fat free, gluten free, organic, natural and whole grain foods, it can be difficult to discern what’s actually the healthiest. Health educator Ashley Quadros teaches us the most important things to look at when comparing foods for a healthy diet. She gives some great advice on what to watch...

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Eating Fat Will Make You Fat, Right? Not Always

Mar 18, 2015

Not all fat is created equal and not all fat is necessarily bad for you. As health educator Ashley Quadros points out, fat is very functional and can be broken down and used for energy. She shares tips for getting “good” fats that have health benefits and how to avoid some sneaky “bad” fats ...

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Knowing Sugar's History Helps You to Be Smarter About Consuming It

Mar 12, 2015

A hundred years ago, was society as obsessed with sugar as we are now? The amount of sugar we consume has been linked to all sorts of health problems such as diabetes. Health educator Ashley Quadros talks about the evolution of the food industry and sugar in the human diet. She also gives pointers ...

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