1. Maximized Living Makeover October 2010

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    Maximized Living Makeover October 2010 Imagine feeling more energetic, more fit, more alive than ever before! Imagine that this kind of vitality is easier to attain than you ever dreamed! Now stop imagining and start today to achieve exactly what you want with the 5 Essentials of Maximized Living. Please watch Dr. T.J Osborne and Dr. Patti Gonzalez for the Third annual Maximized Living Makeover. This video will show you the 5 keys to living well and staying well with no fluff. Make this your time for a change find out how you can live the healthy holistic life you have been looking for. Join us for our for our Total Food Makeover in January 2011. Start the new year and your new life off on the right foot. For more information call 408-985-1111 or visit our website www.drtjosborne.com

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    • Healing with Nature Charlott Gerson

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      • African Agricultural R&D and Productivity Growth in a Global Setting: Prabhu Pingali and Phil Pardey

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        This video features two notable authorities on agricultural productivity, speaking on October 6, 2011 at the Center for Food Security and the Environment (http://foodsecurity.stanford.edu) at Stanford University. Prabhu Pingali is Deputy Director for Agriculture Development at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (http://gatesfoundation.org). His segment of the talk begins around 6:30. Philip Pardey is co-principal investigator with HarvestChoice (http://harvestchoice.org) and professor of Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota. His segment begins around 45:30. A Q&A session begins around 1:40:00. Given the nature of Vimeo, you may need to wait for much of the full video to load before you can queue to these later points. The talk begins with an introduction from FSE Director Rosamond Naylor. This video is provided to HarvestChoice courtesy of the FSE Center.

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        • Udo Erasmus

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          Lecture recorded in Copenhagen 2010

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          • Nutrition 12-30-2014-Ron Lemenager Session #2

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            This video is about Nutrition 12-30-2014-Ron Lemenager Session #2

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            • Gary Taubes at Harvard Law School - 3/30/11

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              New York Times bestselling author and acclaimed science writer Gary Taubes delivered a lecture on March 30, “Why We Get Fat: Adiposity 101 and the Alternative Hypothesis of Obesity,” as part of a series of events sponsored by Harvard Law School’s Food Law Society. Presenting findings from his fourth book, "Why We Get Fat: And What to Do About It" (December 2010), Taubes said he wrote to the book to “convince public health authorities that they should rethink everything they know…about obesity and chronic disease.” In his landmark best seller, “Good Calories, Bad Calories” (2007), Taubes argued that the obesity epidemic can be directly linked to the overemphasis on certain kinds of carbohydrates in the average diet, rather than to an excess of fats or calories. The book was borne out of a piece Taubes wrote for The New York Times Magazine in 2002 called "What if It's All Been a Big Fat Lie?," which brought both controversy and acclaim. In this week’s New York Times Magazine Taube outlines the case against sugar in his article “Is Sugar Toxic?” “Obesity occurs when a person consumes more calories from food than he or she burns,” Taubes said in his introduction to his talk. “That’s how the NIH [National Institute of Health] puts it. The US surgeon general says that being overweight is a result of caloric imbalance and is mediated by genetics and health. “How many people believe this? How many people in here think this is meaningful?” Over the course of the lecture, Taubes explained why he believes that research and discourse surrounding nutritional science in the past century have been misguided and damaging. Click here to view the lecture: Click to Play The Food Law Society provides students with hands-on exposure to the numerous issues in law, policy, science and management that confront professionals in the field of food law. Members participate in clinical projects and conferences, host speakers, and collaborate with groups throughout the University and the world in their effort to address food issues. Recent Food Law Society events have provide opportunities for leading experts in food law, policy and science to provide critical analyses of primary scientific literature on the subject of nutrition, and for students to gain insight into recent developments in agriculture as well as an understanding of the nutritional requirements for optimum health and performance. Most recently, the society hosted a discussion of the dietary factors involved in the development of the metabolic syndrome and autoimmune diseases with Dr. Mathieu Lalone titled “The Science of Nutrition,” as well as a talk by Professor Frederick Kaufman of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, “The Food Bubble: How Wall Street Starved Millions, Got Away With It . . . and Is Doing It Again,” regarding the relationship between financial speculation and world hunger. —Erica Sheftman

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              • Nathan Pritikin - Two Talks: 1982 & 1978

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                Nathan Pritikin was a "Healthy Lifestyle via nutrition and exercise" pioneer from ~1960 to 1985. These are two excellent talks summarizing his guidance and history. Google his name to study further. The "Pritikin Longevity Center" in Florida continues his health program. I added 69 titles for key subjects being covered. Go here to download a folder of material, including a better copy of this video: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/393ci8abc3yzm30/3h1o5EhCYx?lst That folder/video, 646 MB in size, takes about 16 minutes to download on high-speed cable internet connection. ENJOY -- and go "Plant-Strong" for your health-promoting lifetime diet! - - - - - - - - - - - ADDED 26 Sept 2014: My health ed key materials are at dropbox.com/sh/j53508ig86xahwe/AAD929jex9_tI97Gxg8edLk3a?dl=0

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                • Dr. Cassandra Forsythe - How to Build Powerful Female Clients in the Gym & in the Kitchen VOD

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                  What women want and what they struggle with Factors to ensure training and diet success Female exercise advantages Strength & power differences Recommended exercises & nutrition for women Cassandra Forsythe holds her PhD in Exercise Science and Nutrition and is a Registered Dietitian – an expert in nutrition and health. She’s also holds her certification as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA and several other fitness certifications such as Functional Movement Screen I (FMS), Kettlebell Athletics, and Ultimate Sandbag Training. She has authored two nationally published books for women, “The New Rules of Lifting for Women”, and “Women’s Health Perfect Body Diet”. She has also been featured in major magazines such as Oxygen, Women’s Health, Men’s Health and Delta Sky Magazine and is an Advisory Board member for Women’s Health magazine, PrecisionNutrition.com and Livestrong.com. You can find out more about Cassandra and her fitness facility at www.cassandraforsythe.com

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                  • Addressing Malnutrition Multisectorally - Jim Levinson - 11.26.13

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                    On November 26th, Dr. F. James Levinson presented his recent work, "Addressing Malnutrition Multisectorally: What have we learned from recent international experience?" Dr. Levinson draws on case studies in Peru, Brazil, and Bangladesh to analyze how multisectoral approaches, including advocacy for adoption of national-level policies, can be harnessed to contribute to nutrition outcomes. A full half hour of Q&A allowed participants a rare chance to discuss moving the agriculture/nutrition agenda forward in a transparent and effective manner. The USAID-funded SPRING project, based in Washington, D.C., is grateful to have hosted this talk.

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                    • IN2LS Webinar WEBINAR - FOODS FOR PARTICULAR NUTRITIONAL USE

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