5 Nutrition Tips for Treating and Preventing Diseases | Dr. Hana Kahleova

Learn 5 nourishment suggestions that can aid address and avert arthritis, cancer, coronary heart sickness, asthma, diabetes, substantial blood pressure, kidney ailment, and other chronic ailments when Dr. Hana Kahleova joins “The Fat Loss Winner” Chuck Carroll on The Test Area Podcast.

Did you know that fifty percent of all grown ups in the U.S. have been identified with at least one serious disease and 1 in four have two or far more? Millions are dying, but it does not have to be that way.

Dr. Kahleova discusses how you can improve your wellbeing and not turn out to be a statistic.

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22 thoughts on “5 Nutrition Tips for Treating and Preventing Diseases | Dr. Hana Kahleova

  • at 9:07 pm
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  • at 9:14 pm
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    Oranges has a lot of sugar

  • at 10:03 pm
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    That's very hard to eat people work and can't eat fruits and vegetables

  • at 10:14 pm
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    How much is a serving size? 1/2 cup? A cup?

  • at 1:15 am
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    Thank you we learn some things

  • at 5:15 am
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    *Mrs Charlotte is legit and her method works like magic I keep on earning every single week with her new strategies *

  • at 7:10 am
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    How about blueberries? Microgreens?

  • at 10:02 am
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    If one is to consume just 2 meals a day, how is it possible to eat 5 fruits and veg as irrespective of the quantity is regarded as one portion per sitting?

  • at 1:19 pm
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    Please don't eat orange zest guys…this has been proven to cause stomach upsets because of the presence of oils like d-limonene.Lemon zest would be a better choice as it does not have as strong as an ability to cause issues as such,even though it contains similar elements.

  • at 1:21 pm
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    This was awesome, and a real eye opener.

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    a different point of view…only eat fresh fruits and vegetables in season preferably locally grown and not fractured…the largest energy expenditure is the absorption, digest, and elimination of food, so, when you eat only make it a meal, no foraging…after you eat, take a nap so your body will completely focus on absorption, digestion, and elimination…one to two meals a day and sleep once or twice a day…a more efficient body, more clarity in your mind as the body works with you instead of fracturing you…so simple, but…?

  • at 4:31 pm
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    Wow, an informative discussion with several hints that one can immediately incorporate into oneโ€™s daily life.

  • at 5:38 pm
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    I eat exclusively whole plant foods but I need to exercise and get more sun regularly. My blood pressure is slightly high but all else is well. I hope exercise will help me with the blood pressure. It is possible that salt is part of the problem as I am pretty liberal with it. I use the excuse that I need salt on my bread and then I tend to use too much of it.

    Generally, my hunger is far less on this diet and when I overeat it doesn't seem to put on the number of calories that I have tracked, which I am very diligent to be accurate about.

  • at 6:29 pm
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    Please invite British Health Anthropologist Sara Aguilar onto the channel

  • at 8:37 pm
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    What is Hana's thought of people who eats WFPL diet with no salt? I can not do that, at least a little bit of salt, vegetables are so bland without salt. Thank you.

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    My diabetes never got any better untill i changed to plant based, now my liver and kidney levels are all back to normal, and this is after 6 months, best move i ever made, i dont miss meat and Diary at all.

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    I found the Mayo Clinic Diabetic Diet book written by Donald D. Hensrud in April of last year and have lost weight following this diet. My blood sugars are better. Following this diet, I easily get 5 servings of nonstarchy vegetables and fruit. This diet measures protein, carbs and fat intake, recommends having a serving of fruit with each meal, and can easily be followed by someone eating a whole food plant based vegan diet. I highly recommend this diet. If I don't measure what I eat, I easily can gain weight, even when limiting animal products and fat intake. The fruit and nonstarchy vegetables help keep me from feeling hungry between meals on this diet.

  • at 9:47 am
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    Whats the study with 76% less calories burnt w/o breakfast? Physical calories, not total?

  • at 2:04 am
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    I love your shows but was surprised that 100% fruit juice was mentioned. Run that by Drs Barnard or Greger

  • at 2:17 am
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    I think she meant "allium" rather than "alien"

  • at 11:02 am
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    This is exactly what I needed to hear, as I have been wfpb for 4 years now but hit a plateau as far as my weight goes and still on the boarder line for pre-diabetes. I will for sure switch up the timing of my meals to mostly the earlier part of the day with the 6 hour eating window starting this morning! Thank you Dr. K and Chuck!

  • at 12:59 pm
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    I used the APP โ€œVegan quick startโ€ but it does not work anymore. So I desinstalled it to reset and wanted to got it again but I donโ€™t find it in the APP anymore. Is there a problem or am I the only one to face this? Thanks from France love โค๏ธ your show ๐Ÿ˜€

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