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The Power of Nutrition | Luke Corey, RD, LDN | UCLAMDChat

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Join UCLA performance nutritionistΒ Luke Corey, RD, LDN, part of the UCLA Health Sports Performance team powered by EXOS, for a discussion about how the power of good nutrition can fuel your body for optimal performance when you exercise. He will share the latest research in sports nutrition to create diet plans for athletes of all ages, sports and performance goals. Learn more: https://www.uclahealth.org/sports-performance
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  1. wrong info. i have seen time again and again that low carb diets induce weight loss. you are sitting here saying carbs leading to weight gain has no studies to back it up. what a joke. who gave you a degree in this field?

  2. I like affordability too to help financial goals too and checking in with others and seeing goals and ideas are good good luck everyone's who's trying to lose weight well done fitness clubs are good too

  3. I love my job I work at charity's love it we learnt so much keeping full longer on omad is good have fun with diets it helps make you maintain weight goals

  4. I'm getting my drivers licence again and buying a car to get to high paid work and places to do business

  5. I have wifi now skinny jump helps me be able to learn new things to do better in life goals help I'm 35 still single live alone and I'm trying to build a better life I workout everyday and try do better with nutrition love all my new friends and work mates so helpful and I'm very lucky

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  10. Never listen to registered dietitians, unless you want to be told how awesome vegetables are. Dietitians push propaganda from corporate food manufacturers and the Seventh Day Adventist Church, who was founded by a religious lunatic named Ellen G. White who wanted children and Adventists to avoid meat consumption because they didn't want their children to be sexually active. Dietetic associations all over the world, started by the Church are why we have so much anti-meat and pro-vegetable propaganda. Adventists started Loma Linda University and push plant based, non scientific food propaganda. True fact.
    What's the lesson here? Never listen to a young person tell you about health. They don't have the experience to understand what they are talking about. All they know is what they learned in school, which is mostly government, food company and medical industry propaganda.
    Be smart and listen to Dr Ken Berry or Dr Eric Berg, older guys if you want to be told the truth about the lies youngsters like this guy push.

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