Living for Longevity: The Nutrition Connection
Learn the right balance of foods to maximize your health and energy level through an anti-inflammatory eating plan. Vicky Newman, MS, RD, will provide practical tips for controlling your weight, maintaining bone strength, and reducing the risk of common chronic diseases associated with aging. Learn about foods that support the body's immune and detoxification systems, how to maintain a healthy (and happy) gut, and balance your fats to support your health and well-being.
|Living for Longevity: The Nutrition Connection|
|The Truth about Food
This is a six-part documentary series that looks at the real science behind the food we eat and reveals the truth about the effects of food on our bodies.
|Eating for Health (and Pleasure)
This course will provide the latest scientific evidence supporting healthy food choices and provide practical advice on preventing and treating common illnesses with nutrition.
|Heart Healthy Eating
Learn the latest practical dietary suggestions to reduce risk and progression of heart disease, including strategies for reducing inflammation and lowering LDL cholesterol.
|Nutrition and Cancer
Dr. Donald Abrams of UCSF sifts through some of the complex data on the relationship between nutrition and cancer and endeavors to help separate fact from fiction in this quickly moving field.
|Introduction to Human Nutrition
This course provides an overview of digestion and metabolism of nutrients. Foods are discussed as a source of nutrients, and the evidence is reviewed as to the effects of nutrition on health.
|Living Longer, Living Better
This series explores steps we can take to promote our long-term health, including nutrition and exercise, the value of sleep, the importance of finding meaning, and healthy aging and aging mechanisms.
|Living Beyond 100
Lectures on the effects of long life, addressing the opportunities and costs of the new longevity, the biology of aging, the effects of aging on the brain, regenerative medicine, the impact on global populations, and the increasing intimacy between informatics and the aged.