Nutrition interrogation is an essential part of our lives as humans. We can’t survive without it – that much is clear. However, what isn’t quite so cut and dry is how much we should eat or what we should eat to stay healthy. We all have different body shapes, sizes, and genetics; therefore, the quantity and type of food that benefits one person might not work for someone else. There are many nutrition guides out there claiming to give you the perfect balance of food to keep your body healthy and happy.
I have not done an excellent job talking about EFI in nutrition interrogation.
That all ends today.
What does nutrition mean?
Nutrition studies the nutrients and other substances the body needs for growth and good health. The body needs six primary nutrients: carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water. These nutrients are essential for sustaining life and are either obtained directly from the food we eat or produced by the body due to the breakdown of food. All these nutrients work together in a delicate balance to keep the body functioning at its best.
One of the most important things to understand about nutrition is that the human body is an incredibly complex machine that needs various substances to run smoothly. If any of these are missing or imbalanced in your system, you can experience many adverse health effects. We look at common nutrition interrogation questions that most people find difficult to answer.
Today, I start the day with a fantastic interview with Brian St. Pierre. Brain brings the research and practical experience of many popular nutritional topics in our content-packed interview.
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In the Nutritional Interrogation with Brian St. Pierre, we share with you:
- What is the best eating frequency
- When is the best time to take supplements
- Essential considerations when taking supplements
- The effect of time of day when it relates to fat loss
- What is the intermittent fasting diet
- A history plus pros & cons of intermittent fasting
- What happens in the body during long bouts of intermittent fasting
- What are the good, bad, and ugly about nutritional bars
- Recommendations for a perfect dietary bar
- Specific nutritional bar recommendations from Brian
- The pros and cons of coffee when it comes to nutritional benefit and fat loss
- Brian’s thoughts on breakfast cereals and what he thinks about the grain that I had
- How does Brian manage to be a dad and to feed good quality food to his child
- What kind of baby food does Brian recommend
- Environmental factors that affect one’s cancer risk
- Who is Brian St. Pierre
- Brian’s best nutrition tip for real people
Rick Kaselj, MS
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- Video on explaining how to download the interview recording