Lynn Goldstein is a Registered dietitian with a Masters of Science degree from New York University. Lynn covers all the essentials our bodies need. (21 Episodes)
There are many health benefits of fiber. But what is fiber exactly? There are two main types of fiber, soluble and insoluble fiber.
Iron is an essential building block for our body. Shortage of iron in the body can lead to anemia, which keeps your body from producing hemoglobin.
Exactly how cholesterol affects your health is more complicated than you might think.
Calcium is the most prevalent mineral in your entire body. This mineral is not made by the body, so it's important to eat calcium rich foods.
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient in your body. Over one million people around the world don't get enough of this and have vitamin D deficiency.
Not all fats are created equal. Here, a nutritionist explains how to eat more good fats and cut down on bad fats.
You don't necessarily need eight glasses a day, but you might not be getting enough.
Many fruits and vegetables often contain pesticides. To avoid this, it is advised to consume organic foods and to stay away from the Dirty Dozen foods
Carbohydrates are vital to a diet and are in almost everything we eat. But are carbs good for you? Carbs can be classified into good carbs & bad carbs
Protein is vital to a balanced diet. Types of protein are divided into complete and incomplete, which are derived from different sources of protein.
Throughout time, people have been using chocolate, or more specifically cocoa, to treat upset stomachs and raging fevers.
What are vitamins? Those who don't get enough vitamins naturally can take vitamin supplements, but there can be effects of vitamins.
Salt is essential for human life. Unfortunately too much salt can raise blood pressure, which can lead to heart failure, stroke and kidney disease.
So, is fish healthy? In short, yes! Fish is an important source of Omega-3 fatty acids like DHA and EPA. Watch this video to learn more!
Some say that the effects of drinking coffee may lead to cardiovascular disease, but there are also many benefits of drinking coffee as well.
Yes, you probably need to cut back. Here's how.
Tea not only tastes good, but it is good for your body. There are four types of tea, with black tea being the most popular.
Dairy products are the most common source of calcium, which is essential for building healthy bones and teeth. Milk is also fortified with vitamin D.
Eggs are a great source of protein. In this video, Registered Dietitian Lynn Goldstein you how to replace some of the cholesterol in eggs.
Soy and soy products, like soybeans, are a great substitute for animal proteins and are rich in isoflavones, which have many health benefits.
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