Tag Archives: Nutrition

How long will it take to burn off these calories?: The controversial next step in nutrition labeling

According to scientists, Brits consume, on average, 6,000 calories on Christmas Day alone. So, in an experiment published last year in the British Medical Journal, U.K. researchers explored whether providing people with the amount of exercise required to burn off the calories in, say, a single piece of mincemeat pie (21 minutes of running) or… Read More »

The under-recognized power of preconception nutrition – Seattle Times

On Nutrition A few weeks ago, I wrote about how your grandparents’ diet and environment affects your health today. One important detail in this discussion is critical developmental windows — times during our growth and development when what we are exposed to has major influence. One such window is the 1,000 days from the moment… Read More »