The Year of Healthy Living: Nutrition and Healthy Eating

Google Tech Talks March, 4 2008 ABSTRACT Nutrition and lifestyle choices Speaker: Dr. Stacie Maurer
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I am turning my second channel, youtube.com/projectstrength into a healthy eating channel. Like the Strength Project Food network haha. But anyways, mame sure you go over to that channel and subscribe. So youtube.com/strengthproject will continue to be the fitness/tutorial pase that it is, and youtube.com/projectstrength will be the healthy eats.
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50 thoughts on “The Year of Healthy Living: Nutrition and Healthy Eating

  1. Hi! Thanks a lot for this helpful video. By the way, I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Kinovelax Diet Plan (google it), but I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you ever tried Kinovelax Diet Plan? I’ve heard many amazing things about it and my mate lost crazy amounts of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me :(

  2. I love seeing Google doing such things. The other one I see is the Green Innovation…

    Keep it up!

  3. Oh hey! Have you thought about cleverous 402 diet (google it)? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my cousin lost tons of weight with it.

  4. @MopDMTBARTL

    I do appreciate the invitation. Nothing bad may happen, but good things I want to happen might get missed if I’m too stoned. Maybe you can handle it, but I’ll pass (except maybe once a month or so)

  5. @HairLikeCottonCandy – again, i can sit here all day smoking it and nothing bad ever happens. its impossible to OD. whereas withi alcohol. WOW. no way could i stand up and go somewhere after consuming too much. feel free to come over, bring some with you and i’ll show u!

  6. @HairLikeCottonCandy
    (Or) God is Snoopy! What is your point? Of course you can have a broad enough definition of God to find God in anything. That is a little misleading however, since most believers in God are referring to the God of Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Krishna, etc. These are personal Gods with a personal message that in final analysis is destructive to scientific progress and civilization. 

  7. @ohsnap31

    You mean that you don’t like certain people’s idea of what God is, that is specific fables, ect. But there are other definition of God which are much harder to refute such as: God is the very laws of nature, or God is the spirit within us all, or God is everything, or you yourself are God.

    Speaking of science, I think you will find some spiritual experiences delving deeper into science if you keep an open mind :)

  8. @MopDMTBARTL

    table salt is not a toxin. And alcohol in moderation is good for heart health. Pot, like alcohol, is only medicinal in moderation. :)

  9. Keep the crap (toxins) out of u such as… fast food, processed foods, SUGAR, aspartame (artificial sweetners), fried foods (trans fats), flour, table salt, enriched anything, over the counter drugs (like tylenol), prescription drugs, alcohol, etc.

    think NATURE – eat WHOLE foods, not 2 much, mostly plants. Fruits, veggies, Nuts & seeds. Meat if eaten, moderation & should be clean. Grass feed beef, wild fish (not farmed), etc. Marijuana-Cannabis-Pot for MEDICINE.

    Truthknowledge. com

  10. Hilarious — at the end of the video she says she doesn’t mention trans fat because food labels say “0 grams”…. but that’s only if it’s less than a half a gram per serving (and then of course the serving size can be manipulated small enough to be below this labeling requirement….)

    Just wow

  11. fruit is the plant kingdom’s gift to the animal kingdom. The expend a lot of their resources transforming sunlight into a form of energy that animals can use as a reward for spreading their seeds. The perfect food, and the food our ancestors evolved on. Make fruit at least 50% of your diet, better at least 70% and see the difference.

  12. I totally agree with Gary- I was raised on an omnivorous diet, and all it led me to was excess childhood weight, and a tendency to find myself over-tired. At the age of 12, I switched to a vegetarian diet, and 14 vegan, and actually find myself with more energy and enthusiasm than I had when I was a kid. (I’m now 24.) A side note- I eat a lot of grains, but good grains- quinoa, bulgar wheat, etc… but way more fruit than grains. Remember, tomatoes, avocados, count as fruit, too.

  13. I used the term “nature/God” to cover the bases of what people believe – whatever created us. I’m not religious. I’ve been a science enthusiast since 1985.

    I was just saying, our bodies are most suited for a plant diet.

  14. Maybe you eat LIKE one. People are always repeating that mantra as if to convince themselves their current habits are OK. Mabye humans are in the process of becoming omnivores, but I’d rather not choose a path that’s not working out for humanity. I will choose the diet that nature/God originally intended for all animals before the ice age made it inconvenient.

  15. Notice that the food pyramid alwoays changes every few years. that’s cause it’s always wrong. And it still is. It’s influenced by food companies.

    The speaker is saying to eat 3 peices of fruit a day? …and 7 servings of grain?

    Humans aren’t natural grain(grass) eaters. We’re fruit eaters. I’ve eaten 10 pieces a day for the last 12 years. Too many cals? I LOST weight when I started this 50% fruitarian eating.

  16. Who wouldnt be happy when theres a crystal blue ocean/sea is right infront of you? that’s just awesome.

  17. WE WANT A MEMPHIS TUTORIAL THAT YOU PROMISED!!!!! but also great idea on this new project dude….im going to subb

  18. I could go for hearing some information on vegetarian nutrition. And don’t go saying it can’t be done, because it can.