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The Eating Well Podcast

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The Eating Well Podcast brings insight, experience, wisdom and advice for dealing with life in a fast food nation. We hope to bring you somewhat regular podcasts with health and nutrition news, questions and answers, and tips for and from people losing weight and gaining healthy lifestyles by eating well.

Latest Episodes

Volumetrics - The Eating Well Podcast

The Eating Well Podcast #013 - Volumetrics Michelle and Steve introduce volumetrics and talk about how you can use volumetrtics to eat more and weigh less! The term "Volumetrics" was coined by Dr. Barbara Rolls Ph.D and introduced to the world in her book The Volumetrics Eating Plan Published by HarperCollins (ISBN 0-06-07373729-8). You can learn more about the book and read a review here.

-1 s2012 MAR 12
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Volumetrics - The Eating Well Podcast

Fats - The Eating Well Podcast

UPDATED LINK! Fats! #003 The good the bad and the ugly. Follow up question from Sue in Ohio. -- Thank You Sue! We talk about Grazing all day long Michelle recommends breaking your caloric intake up: 30% at breakfast 40% at lunch 30% at dinner and having carbs, fat and protein at every meal. When should I get my fats in? Consider it fuel for your body. When do you need to fuel up? Before you go out, or after you get back? Fuel-up in the morning instead of using caffeine! Steve tried out some soy meat alternatives. Morning Star Farms Light Life Smart Ground Yves Boca Burger Kudos to Steve for giving them a shot. Soy used as a replacement for meat greatly reduces your fat intake. Fat supplies energy to your body in a compact form. You NEED fats in moderation to feel and be well. Americans get plenty of fat, the problem is they're not choosing the good ones. Question from Amber -- Greets Michelle and not Steve "Hey!" Wants to know about good fats and bad fats. Thanks for the question Am...

-1 s2006 MAY 9
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Fats - The Eating Well Podcast

Protein - The Eating Well Podcast

UPDATED LINK! Protein! #002 Michelle and Steve Introduce the topic and take listener questions! Michelle gives a little perspective on our use of protein. Meal replacement shakes that we're both using that have about 16g of protein each. Michelle explains what Protein is, why it's important and what "essential" amino acids are. We discus why choosing the best source of protein for your needs is important, all sources are not equal. Can vegetarians get complete nutrition if they don't eat any meat products? My Odeo Channel (odeo/9e2d24aa997fa6a0) Audio question from Amaro -- San Diego, CA "...How much protein should I get each day? And what are some good choices?" - Thanks Amaro! Most people are going to need 50-60 grams of protein. You should talk to your doctor and find out for sure. Some people have specific protein intake needs. What is the "Grand-daddy Supreme" source of protein? Soy Isolate. Good Sources of Protein: - 6 ½ oz can tuna, packed in water (44 g) - 1 cup of tofu (20...

-1 s2006 MAY 9
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Protein - The Eating Well Podcast

Hydration - The Eating Well Podcast

Hydration! #001 Steve and Michelle present their first podcast on the importance of getting plenty of water on a daily basis. -- UPDATED LINK

-1 s2006 MAY 9
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Hydration - The Eating Well Podcast

Questions and Answers - The Eating Well Podcast

Listener Questions and Answers #012 - The Eating Well Podcast - We're Back! Steve and Michelle respond to some of the email sent in by listeners over during our hiatus. Thanks for your continued interest and support! Listener Anthea http://www.nutritiondata.com/Suggested daily intake (carbs and fats)http://nal.usda.gov/ My Pyramid -- http://mypyramid.gov Listener Heather Suggest a food tracking websiteCalorie King -- http://calorieking.com/Pyramid Tracker -- http://www.mypyramidtracker.gov/Listener Brooks Gaining weightBMI calculator -- CDC LinkHealthy BMI is usually between 18 and 24.99BMI does not determine healthFoods portions and advise for nutritionally sound weight gainWalnuts and almondsWhole beansDried fruitReal peanut butterBrown riceSoy Fruit juiceBasal metabolic rate and resting metabolic rateMonica (Moni) Easy balanced menusMeals for a busy personVariety - Color method5aday.org Matt Extra virgin olive oil and canola oilFree radicalsTips for using these oilsMatt, it could...

-1 s2006 MAY 6
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Questions and Answers - The Eating Well Podcast

Benefits of an Alternative Diet - The Eating Well Podcast

Benefits of an Alternative Diet - The Eating Well Podcast #010 What do we mean by "alternative diet"? Vegetarianism Lacto-ovo-vegetarian Lacto-vegetarian Vegan Fruitarian Demi-vegetarian / Pescetarians. What are the benefits of adopting one of these alternative diets? How do I ensure proper protein intake? Are vegetarians always healthier? Any other things to avoid? Recommended reading: Healthy Eating Magazine -- Website? We couldn't find one. www.drweil.com for healthy recipes www.meatlessmonday.com Listener Question Round Up! The RSS feed for our podcast is http://feeds.feedburner.com/EatingWell

-1 s2006 FEB 2
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Benefits of an Alternative Diet - The Eating Well Podcast

Fast Food - The Eating Well Podcast

Fast Food - The Eating Well Podcast #009 What do we think of when we hear the term, "Fast food?" Is it helping or hurting us? What about the burger that comes with it, and breakfast & dinner? It’s no wonder that we have an overweight & obesity epidemic! Don’t they sell salads? Is there anything I can do if I still want to eat at these cheap, convenient food places, but want to make wise choices? Are deli’s like Subway, or the one near work, a good option? Any other good “fast food” options? -ready to eat fruits & veggies -healthier entrees HMR -tuna in a pouch -ready made salds, just choose your dressing wisely or have your own on hand Doh! Did you notice the Cell Phone? Thanks for the great feedback! Recommended reading: Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser ISBN: 0060838582 Diet for a New America by John Robbins ISBN: 0915811812 Super Size Me (a movie) and Don't Eat This Book by Morgan Spurlock ISBN: 0425210235 Fox Searchlight productions is going to make Fast Food Nation into a...

-1 s2006 JAN 17
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Fast Food - The Eating Well Podcast

Exercise - The Eating Well Podcast

Exercise - The Eating Well Podcast #008 Why bother with exercise anyway? How much is needed and how often should I exercise? What kind of exercise is best? When, if ever, should I start lifting weights? What is the benifit? How do I avoid sore muscles? Is it better to workout in the morning? Wear a pedometer! studies show that this one behavior increase walking tremendously. 10,000 steps per day is a good daily goal (about 5 miles). The feed for our podcast is http://feeds.feedburner.com/EatingWell Here is the link to 10,000 Steps

-1 s2006 JAN 8
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Exercise - The Eating Well Podcast

Carbohydrates - The Eating Well Podcast

Sorry for the long delay in getting a show out. We’ve both had some pretty big shake-ups in our regular schedule and havn’t both been able to get some free time at the same time to record a show. We should be back on track. Carbohydrates #006 The main energy source for our bodies Regardless of what you have heard about the dangers of carbohydrates, they are an important part of a healthy diet. Simple sugars vs. complex carbs Simple sugars: are broken down quickly taste sweet glucose fructose sucrose Complex carbs: fruits & veggies that have fiber lower the risk of cancer, diabetes, hypertension fiberless cerals & grains Glycemic Index: Glycemic index measures how fast & how high our blood sugar rises after consuming a particluar carb. For example white bread has a high gycemic index. White bread will convert to blood sugar almost immediately, resulting in a rapid spike. Compair this to brown rice which has a low gycemic index. Brown rice is digested much more slowly causing a stea...

-1 s2005 DEC 11
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Carbohydrates - The Eating Well Podcast

Environmental Control - The Eating Well Podcast

The Eating Well Podcast #005 on Environmental Control for Wednesday October 19th 2005 Today’s show topic is Environmental control, We’ve mentioned it a lot in previous shows. Now we really break it down and talk about it. What is EC? – The obligatory question Environment means the area around you. Itextends from your body out to where ever you need it to. Your home, car, jobsite or office, restaurants you may visit Any place you go or plan to be is considered your environment There are two types of environmental control: Additive and Subtractive Either your bringing things into your environment because you want to their influence, or you’re removing things from your environment because you don’t want their influence. Environmental Control is a behavior modification tool, that you can use to help yourself make better decisions, and change or encourage or discourage a particular behavior. That behavior can be anything from eating things from vending machines to getting exercise t...

-1 s2005 DEC 11
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Environmental Control - The Eating Well Podcast

Latest Episodes

Volumetrics - The Eating Well Podcast

The Eating Well Podcast #013 - Volumetrics Michelle and Steve introduce volumetrics and talk about how you can use volumetrtics to eat more and weigh less! The term "Volumetrics" was coined by Dr. Barbara Rolls Ph.D and introduced to the world in her book The Volumetrics Eating Plan Published by HarperCollins (ISBN 0-06-07373729-8). You can learn more about the book and read a review here.

-1 s2012 MAR 12
Comments
Volumetrics - The Eating Well Podcast

Fats - The Eating Well Podcast

UPDATED LINK! Fats! #003 The good the bad and the ugly. Follow up question from Sue in Ohio. -- Thank You Sue! We talk about Grazing all day long Michelle recommends breaking your caloric intake up: 30% at breakfast 40% at lunch 30% at dinner and having carbs, fat and protein at every meal. When should I get my fats in? Consider it fuel for your body. When do you need to fuel up? Before you go out, or after you get back? Fuel-up in the morning instead of using caffeine! Steve tried out some soy meat alternatives. Morning Star Farms Light Life Smart Ground Yves Boca Burger Kudos to Steve for giving them a shot. Soy used as a replacement for meat greatly reduces your fat intake. Fat supplies energy to your body in a compact form. You NEED fats in moderation to feel and be well. Americans get plenty of fat, the problem is they're not choosing the good ones. Question from Amber -- Greets Michelle and not Steve "Hey!" Wants to know about good fats and bad fats. Thanks for the question Am...

-1 s2006 MAY 9
Comments
Fats - The Eating Well Podcast

Protein - The Eating Well Podcast

UPDATED LINK! Protein! #002 Michelle and Steve Introduce the topic and take listener questions! Michelle gives a little perspective on our use of protein. Meal replacement shakes that we're both using that have about 16g of protein each. Michelle explains what Protein is, why it's important and what "essential" amino acids are. We discus why choosing the best source of protein for your needs is important, all sources are not equal. Can vegetarians get complete nutrition if they don't eat any meat products? My Odeo Channel (odeo/9e2d24aa997fa6a0) Audio question from Amaro -- San Diego, CA "...How much protein should I get each day? And what are some good choices?" - Thanks Amaro! Most people are going to need 50-60 grams of protein. You should talk to your doctor and find out for sure. Some people have specific protein intake needs. What is the "Grand-daddy Supreme" source of protein? Soy Isolate. Good Sources of Protein: - 6 ½ oz can tuna, packed in water (44 g) - 1 cup of tofu (20...

-1 s2006 MAY 9
Comments
Protein - The Eating Well Podcast

Hydration - The Eating Well Podcast

Hydration! #001 Steve and Michelle present their first podcast on the importance of getting plenty of water on a daily basis. -- UPDATED LINK

-1 s2006 MAY 9
Comments
Hydration - The Eating Well Podcast

Questions and Answers - The Eating Well Podcast

Listener Questions and Answers #012 - The Eating Well Podcast - We're Back! Steve and Michelle respond to some of the email sent in by listeners over during our hiatus. Thanks for your continued interest and support! Listener Anthea http://www.nutritiondata.com/Suggested daily intake (carbs and fats)http://nal.usda.gov/ My Pyramid -- http://mypyramid.gov Listener Heather Suggest a food tracking websiteCalorie King -- http://calorieking.com/Pyramid Tracker -- http://www.mypyramidtracker.gov/Listener Brooks Gaining weightBMI calculator -- CDC LinkHealthy BMI is usually between 18 and 24.99BMI does not determine healthFoods portions and advise for nutritionally sound weight gainWalnuts and almondsWhole beansDried fruitReal peanut butterBrown riceSoy Fruit juiceBasal metabolic rate and resting metabolic rateMonica (Moni) Easy balanced menusMeals for a busy personVariety - Color method5aday.org Matt Extra virgin olive oil and canola oilFree radicalsTips for using these oilsMatt, it could...

-1 s2006 MAY 6
Comments
Questions and Answers - The Eating Well Podcast

Benefits of an Alternative Diet - The Eating Well Podcast

Benefits of an Alternative Diet - The Eating Well Podcast #010 What do we mean by "alternative diet"? Vegetarianism Lacto-ovo-vegetarian Lacto-vegetarian Vegan Fruitarian Demi-vegetarian / Pescetarians. What are the benefits of adopting one of these alternative diets? How do I ensure proper protein intake? Are vegetarians always healthier? Any other things to avoid? Recommended reading: Healthy Eating Magazine -- Website? We couldn't find one. www.drweil.com for healthy recipes www.meatlessmonday.com Listener Question Round Up! The RSS feed for our podcast is http://feeds.feedburner.com/EatingWell

-1 s2006 FEB 2
Comments
Benefits of an Alternative Diet - The Eating Well Podcast

Fast Food - The Eating Well Podcast

Fast Food - The Eating Well Podcast #009 What do we think of when we hear the term, "Fast food?" Is it helping or hurting us? What about the burger that comes with it, and breakfast & dinner? It’s no wonder that we have an overweight & obesity epidemic! Don’t they sell salads? Is there anything I can do if I still want to eat at these cheap, convenient food places, but want to make wise choices? Are deli’s like Subway, or the one near work, a good option? Any other good “fast food” options? -ready to eat fruits & veggies -healthier entrees HMR -tuna in a pouch -ready made salds, just choose your dressing wisely or have your own on hand Doh! Did you notice the Cell Phone? Thanks for the great feedback! Recommended reading: Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser ISBN: 0060838582 Diet for a New America by John Robbins ISBN: 0915811812 Super Size Me (a movie) and Don't Eat This Book by Morgan Spurlock ISBN: 0425210235 Fox Searchlight productions is going to make Fast Food Nation into a...

-1 s2006 JAN 17
Comments
Fast Food - The Eating Well Podcast

Exercise - The Eating Well Podcast

Exercise - The Eating Well Podcast #008 Why bother with exercise anyway? How much is needed and how often should I exercise? What kind of exercise is best? When, if ever, should I start lifting weights? What is the benifit? How do I avoid sore muscles? Is it better to workout in the morning? Wear a pedometer! studies show that this one behavior increase walking tremendously. 10,000 steps per day is a good daily goal (about 5 miles). The feed for our podcast is http://feeds.feedburner.com/EatingWell Here is the link to 10,000 Steps

-1 s2006 JAN 8
Comments
Exercise - The Eating Well Podcast

Carbohydrates - The Eating Well Podcast

Sorry for the long delay in getting a show out. We’ve both had some pretty big shake-ups in our regular schedule and havn’t both been able to get some free time at the same time to record a show. We should be back on track. Carbohydrates #006 The main energy source for our bodies Regardless of what you have heard about the dangers of carbohydrates, they are an important part of a healthy diet. Simple sugars vs. complex carbs Simple sugars: are broken down quickly taste sweet glucose fructose sucrose Complex carbs: fruits & veggies that have fiber lower the risk of cancer, diabetes, hypertension fiberless cerals & grains Glycemic Index: Glycemic index measures how fast & how high our blood sugar rises after consuming a particluar carb. For example white bread has a high gycemic index. White bread will convert to blood sugar almost immediately, resulting in a rapid spike. Compair this to brown rice which has a low gycemic index. Brown rice is digested much more slowly causing a stea...

-1 s2005 DEC 11
Comments
Carbohydrates - The Eating Well Podcast

Environmental Control - The Eating Well Podcast

The Eating Well Podcast #005 on Environmental Control for Wednesday October 19th 2005 Today’s show topic is Environmental control, We’ve mentioned it a lot in previous shows. Now we really break it down and talk about it. What is EC? – The obligatory question Environment means the area around you. Itextends from your body out to where ever you need it to. Your home, car, jobsite or office, restaurants you may visit Any place you go or plan to be is considered your environment There are two types of environmental control: Additive and Subtractive Either your bringing things into your environment because you want to their influence, or you’re removing things from your environment because you don’t want their influence. Environmental Control is a behavior modification tool, that you can use to help yourself make better decisions, and change or encourage or discourage a particular behavior. That behavior can be anything from eating things from vending machines to getting exercise t...

-1 s2005 DEC 11
Comments
Environmental Control - The Eating Well Podcast
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