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Red onions are particularly high in sulfur, which is great for detoxification. Find out about the nutritious value of red onions with help from a health foods expert in this free video clip.
Expert: Lee Samatowic
Bio: Dr. Lee Samatowic’s interest in natural foods and health started at the early age of 15, when she negotiated for a juicer.
Filmmaker: Jeff Goodey
Series Description: If you want to take a natural approach to healthy living, you’re going to need to start learning more about the types of foods that you need to be putting into your body. Get tips on a natural approach to healthy living with help from a health foods expert in this free video series.
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NDTV-Fortis Health4U campaign: Promoting healthy living
NDTV-Fortis Health4U is a special campaign on India’s biggest non-communicable killer diseases and how we can brace for change. It promotes healthy living as an everyday routine, raises awareness about key health risks and talks about precautions, and teaches how to the act in time to avoid severe damage. A major focus of this campaign is heart ailments and the importance of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training.
Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/news/ndtv-fortis-health4u-campaign-promoting-healthy-living/337818?yt
Marshall University students Lindsay Williams, Christina Gayheart and Whitney Carney explain the importance of a balanced breakfast in this first segment of “Healthy Cooking.” As Dietetics students within the College of Health Professions, these ladies know how to maintain a healthy diet through the consideration of food labels, calories and analysis of the provided nutritional information. In this first cooking segment, you will learn what options you have as college students when deciding what to make for a delicious and nutritious breakfast. To learn more about the Department of Dietetics, visit www.marshall.edu/cohp.