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17 Health Food Trends You’ll See Everywhere in 2020, According to Dietitians We break down the science behind plant-based meats, alternative. In 2020, we predict you’ll see food trends leaning away from indulgence and into a more health-minded space — and with promises like better gut health. Healthy food comes in all shapes and sizes and can be prepared in a variety of different ways. To help you get the dream body you’ve always wanted, we’ll now take a look at 6 healthy food tips for eating healthily in 2019 and beyond. “Healthy doesn’t have to mean boring or bland,” Audrey Barron said when she opened Ezra’s Enlightened Café in 2014.

The restaurant is a raw food spot that’s gluten-free, dairy-free. Restaurant trends to watch in 2020. wrapping up a three-days of educational sessions, celebrations and networking for the nation’s top restaurant industry leaders and suppliers. The What’s Hot survey was conducted by the National Restaurant Association in November-December 2019. More than 600 American Culinary Federation chefs answered an online survey in which they were given a list of 133 items in 12 categories identified in partnership with Technomic Inc.

Asked to rate how hot they thought each would be on a scale from sizzling hot to steaming, simmering and just. 2020 is not going to be a quiet one for the restaurant industry. In our recent report on Consumer Trends for 2020, Brandwatch surveyed 8,000 people around the world and studied social posts around key topics and industries to see what shifts we could see heading into a new year. You can eat out and still eat healthy food.

Find out from Food Network the best things to order at these popular chain restaurants, including McDonald’s, Burger King and more. Watch Full Seasons. Dining Out 2020: The Restaurant Experience of the Not So Distant Future 12/04/2017 Get great content like this right in your inbox.

Subscribe. The restaurant industry is evolving. As technology begins to play a larger role in the restaurant space, there is a growing need for restaurants to maximize efficiency and optimize the dining experience. These nine restaurant stocks have the highest projected 2020 total returns. By Wayne Duggan, Contributor Dec.

9, 2019 By Wayne Duggan, Contributor Dec. 9, 2019, at 1:32 p.m.

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Darden operates five restaurant chains: Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Smokey Bones Barbeque and Grill, Bahama Breeze and Seasons 52.

“The Almanac of American Employers 2008” by Jack W. Plunkett
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One website, HealthyDiningFinder.com may help you to find healthy restaurants in your area.

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New Orleans has many well-known and highly visible restaurants that differ greatly among themselves, and since one diner’s feasting house is another’s tourist trap, there is no way to produce a consensus list of the ones that best measure up to any set of standards.

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Just the right mix of rustic and modern, this waterfront restaurant has catch-ofthe-day specials and tempting boards of fresh salads, including Florina sweet peppers and tzatziki (sauce of grated cucumber, yoghurt and garlic).

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Darden Restaurants shuttered 56 of the underperforming Smokey Bones properties in May

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The best start, as noted above, is to choose a restaurant that provides reasonably healthful dishes to begin with.

“Way to Eat: A Six-step Path to Lifelong Weight Control” by Maura Harrigan Gonzalez
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Frozen Seafood Safety and HACCP 339 Hsing,Chen Chen and Philip Cheng,Ming Chang

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Many hotels that cater to business travelers have restaurants with some healthy selections on the menu.

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In the 15 years since he started up, Yau has opened more than 80 restaurants in the United Kingdom, Europe,the Pacific Rim,the Middle Eastand the United States.

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Naturally, more restaurants are popping up right now that will do the gluten­free with no cross­contamination thing very well, but as of right now, these are the current stars of the genre.

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  • Just found your channel and I’m glad I did right on time since I’m trying to eat healthy and pls keep doing these types of videos and on workouts that might help loose body fat. Thanks girl for the motivation ��

  • Hi Chris. Are you aware that vegetable oils are usually extracted in a heat process with volatile solvent hexane? Although the FDA says the hexane residue is immaterial, my guts detect it and it causes me extreme diarrhoea. Apart from olive oil, I have found cold-pressed canola and sunflower oils which work well for me. I suspect the large number of people in nursing homes suffering faecal incontinence may have the same sensitivity. Maybe this information will be relevant to your researches.

  • Yesss so nice to see a healthy relationship with food and exercise being promoted for once!! Also love love love the new hair compliments you so well! ❤️

  • There wasn’t mass gasoline driven vehicles in the past either. And much of food industry problems could perhaps be due to plastic bottles and insecticides and pesticides. I would also question the use of cleaning and disinfectant products.

  • I think Dr. Knobbe is on to something huge, and I want to thank him for his presentation. I still agree with Dr. Lustig that HFCS in beverages especially are harmful, but the pieces fit together nicely. I think the reason Low Carb, Keto, I/F are good is that they also are reducing/eliminating the processed foods and we eat healthy fats… I always had some skepticism about these “Heart Healthy” Veggiterrible oils… One principle I latched on to a long while ago was JERF = Just Eat Real Food.

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  • PREACH!!! But one important detail he did not discuss. You need some dietary omega 6. Balanced at a 1:1 ratio with omega 3’s from animal sources. They compete for use in the body and studies show a good ratio prevents all major disease like he stated. There is such a thing as too low omega 6 and it has dire risks too. In conclusion, eat avocados and balance it with fish and meat! ALSO. GRAIN-FED MEAT IS LOADED WITH OMEGA 6. THEY FEED THEM OIL AND IT ALL ENDS UP IN THEIR FLESH. 10G A SERVING IN THE CASE OF BEEF. GRASS-FED O.N.L.Y.!!!!

  • The problem is I am also gluten free Have you ever found any glutet free item wiihout seed oil sometimes I do find thing that are made with palm oil..not great but better than the alternative

  • The miroco milk frother is the best dupe for the nespresso aerocino! Highly recommend, $40 on amazon. It even foams nut milks/oat milks. If you do almond, use Silk brand and its perfect!

  • Dr. Knobbe or commentators here….. are their any books that go over the entire history of seed oils. Going back to the mid 1800’s that you speak of. I would LOVE to read the full history of these nasty oils man came up with. I never tire of hearing your lectures over and over on this subject! Thanks you Chris!!

  • I recommend you read his book…. available from his foundation. It is fully referenced. If you value your health you must. Also the book written by Weston Price…. plenty of cheap copies are available. The “experts are poisoning us.” Big business does not like this “truth” being told. Sadly your Doctor is MISINFORMED….. I live on lard/cream/fatty meats etc…. in my 70’s and no heart problems. No high blood pressure… No insomnia…. etc…. The food industry with the help of Government health bureaus are NOT your friend. This is not a “nut jobs” diet…. It is really simple… EAT TRADITIONAL FOODS SEED oils are not traditional foods. Olive oil is a FRUIT oil. Corn oil is a grain..oil It is a man made concept. Cheap to make… A big income generator for the food industry. And your Doctor is misinformed…… Read this man’s book before you laugh at the truth. I do not care… It is your health. Our home uses not one drop of bean oil or grain oil or any kink of seed oil. Butter/lard/beef fat….. REAL FOOD

  • Anyway….Sorry Chris. Find another platform. I can no longer watch you on YOUTUBE! What a shame!! They censor everything you say!

  • еще раз хороший пример что ведущие постарше куда лучше незрелых малолеток ведущих которые не умеют пары слов связать даже. Все таки Орел и Решка это ТВ прежде всего а не инстаграм. Помните об этом, созидатели программы. За камерой находится не оператор а целая страна которая вас смотрит. не только малолетсво а также домохозяки пенсионеры и кто угодно. Пока ведущие очень приличные. Бедняков просто молодец. настя на высоте. даже подмышки свои тут не нюхала.

  • Since the mid 90’s I rarely consume grains or seed oils especially corn, soy, sunflower, safflower, canola, flax. At restaurants I am sure from time to time, mainly from salad dressings. I don’t freak out over the occasional meal with some. So happy I took the warning seriously and back when most people thought I was ridiculous. But still, most people I know or ask will answer that they think taking sunflower oil is good for them. Half the food for sale at Wholes Foods is chock full of them and advertised as essential for health.

  • How bad is “high oleic sunflower oil?” Seems to be in many “healthy” keto processed snacks. Also, does this apply to avocado oil? I have a protein powder that uses “sunflower cream,” whatever that is. Is peanut butter bad or whole nuts and seeds for that matter? Any guidance is much appreciated.

  • But now what should I put on my salads that tastes good? Been on Keto diet for 8 months and have lost 30 lbs. I’m 52 male small framed. 5’-11” started Keto at 203 lbs. I’m now 167 lbs. I look awesome ��

  • Is there a possibility that Doctors of the late 19th and early 20th century were unable to diagnose heart disease and cancer die to lack of advanced medical knowledge? knowledge lacking due to a variety of factors: electricity was new and not avaliable everywhere, international travel was difficult, air travel did begin until 1919 and not to mention motorcars we rare in comparison to Horse drawn carriages.

  • Doctor, are you working for the sugar compaies? You’re blaming the oils when the fat is the oils and the sugars both. Who bought you out.

  • For one who has spent 6 years of full-time studies at academic level on diet and conditions of affluence (high sugar diet) and has a chapter in the book I am writing on PUFAs, he has gone beyond me into the science of PUFAs mucking up the mitochondria, and causing all the conditions of affluence. I had stopped with rancid in the cell wall as a contributing cause. PUFAs are 50% worse than my research indicated. College level lecture, gets the message out on PUFAs as a slow acting poison, I have 2 pages of notes. What I had done with fructose, he has done with PUFAs; now I must rewrite the chapter on PUFAs to include the science to include cardiolipin, and the toxic aldehydes.

  • The conflation of physiological insulin resistance with systemic insulin resistance seems at-odds with Eades and hyperlipid and others, describing the problem with linoleic acid being the inhibition of ROS production and localized physiological insulin resistance. The accumulation of PUFAs seems to be inherently problematic, but the description of the mitochondrial biochemistry seems to be exactly opposed between Knobbe and Eades.

  • It’s been right under our noses. I’m wondering how glyphosate and GMO would confound in already what we know based in this excellent presentation in addition to omega-6 PUFAs.

  • Correlation isnt causation. Have to look at total picture….stress sleep exercise…..what else changed at sane time as rise of seed oils?

    But….yup omega 6 overdose is definitely a problem!!

  • Errr. Moderate your conclusions, because that which is observed, is changed. E.g. US President Carter declared the war on cancer.
    In the following decades cancer rates SOARED.
    Because Grandad’s death was now less likely to be listed as ‘old age’ and more likely, after extensive tests and autopsies, to be a detailed, cancer related cause. The war on cancer pushed money into diagnostic tools and tests that let us determine specific causes of death.

    This does not change the evidence of toxicity of processed foods. It only begs to not draw dramatic conclusions from the absence of data.

  • Healthy but balanced �� currently trying to have balance in all aspects of my life and food is the hardest part so I love new ideas ��

  • I love your what I eat in a day vlogs and how you eat intuitively. What would you advise someone to do if trying to lose some weight regards to food and training?x

  • We urgently need this vital information in Spanish, French, German, Urdu, Hindi (millions of thin, ill people in Asia), Mandarin!!!!!

  • Should start up a class action suit against the processed food companies for pain and suffering caused by seed oils. Wait… there’s a knock at my door.

  • Regarding the timeline of disease progression over time (cancer and MI) pre-1910 report of these cases as cause of death may be due to the fact that they had difficulty diagnosing these illnesses early on in medicine, thus explaining the under reporting. Back then I believe they used more general diagnoses as causes of death.

  • I agree seed oils are a part of the problem in this metabolic diseases explosion, but you’can’t neglect the role of hyperinsulinemia in the metabolic syndrome and the epidemic of obesity, T2 diabetes, cancers, cardiovascular diseases, dementia….

  • Sensationalist talk! Dr Knobbe, maybe you’re right about PUFA, certainly, I need to do some more research. However, some parts of this talk are more of an anti-PUFA marketing style than a science-based lecture.
    Maasai people, from what I have found, on average eat only 1800 kcal a day. Sometimes more, but also sometimes as little as only 600! Their average energy expenditure, due to a lot of walking, is about twice per kg per day that of a typical Westerner. Average American walks only less than 3 miles per day (many much less!). Maasai around 10 miles a day and sometimes even more! So HOW CAN YOU COMPARE, or rather why do you narrow the field of view to only PUFA intake?
    Research from the1970 was in some aspects very limited, and also most Maasai people were very young, just only a few over 50.
    You put a photo of mostly very young, all very active Maasai, consuming only 1800kcal /day and walking 10 miles each day, after that a photo of inactive guys in their 50s, who likely walk less than a mile a day and consume over 3600 kcal per day?
    The talk would be great if more fact focused, but instead, it’s very biased. It makes me think twice about anything you talk about PUFA cellular mechanisms and requires checking in literature.

  • This is new information. I knew seed oils were terrible for you, but I didn’t know they may have caused most of the health damage we are seeing these days! Does this mean that if you eat whole foods, be they potatoes or greens or fruits, that you won’t get sick like this? Are we Keto people giving up a bunch of nutritious food by mistake?

  • If I would eat Like you in that Video i would be hangry all the time:D this is how different we are, i could eat a whale and you just a little bit, and thats okay:) ❤️

  • Hi. Thank you for that great presentation which expanded my understanding on nutrition and health. Can you comment on whether eating raw nuts and seeds (high in linoleic acid) can also compromise one’s health?

  • You are right. Rarely a doctor will study so much, to be able to help people.. It is a privilege for us, to be able to partake of your knowledge.We were vegetarians for about 30 years, and vegans for 30 years. We never smoked, never used drugs, never smoked, never drank alcohol., but we were overweight and unhealthy. We thought we were on a good, healthy diet, but I had doubts, because I noticed that people who ate meat, butter, were slimmer and healthier. I had a stroke at 68, and my husband is battling insulin resistance. Of course we used seed oils. We learned from mistakes, and changed our diet, but the damage was done. I know a family who ate mostly butter and meat, and veggies, and they are the same age with us, but are healthy. We thought we were better, but we were mistaken. Thank you, for your efforts in helping people.

  • Hi everyone, thanks Dr.God created healthy food but the food industry is perpetually playing alchemist, and at the same time gambling with the health of humans, so let’s stop being digestive tracts. kind regards of Algeria.

  • Excellent presentation, thank you. I do have 2 questions: All the healthy populations shown clearly have lifestyles of daily rigorous exercise, vs. US sedentary ones. Surely, this has as significant an effect?, and 2: isn’t a coconut a seed, & olives fruit? What makes the big difference?

  • I’m am truly thankful for this. We use butter, Ghee and lard mainly but never knew the severity of other oils. Shared this with 10 people I know who might find this interesting. Problem is that we make products to from crops that we have abundance of to drive economy and rather that have economy adapt to our diet they want us to adopt to their product nomatter the cost. So Big Thanks for such an insightful presentation you have done a world incredible favor.

  • The part around 40 minutes about FructoseDon’t think you can really say fructose is protective. Fructose doesn’t have a strong effect on insulin levels, but it is usually consumed in conjunction with glucose which does. While Fructose won’t show up as much when testing blood sugar levels, it is wreaking havoc on your liver and causing insulin resistance there.

  • Thank you all for the hundreds of nice compliments! I am working for each one of you, truly. We lost our Dad 9 years ago, due to Westernized diet, and my 61 year-old sister 2 years ago, due to Westernized diet and seed oils; and in my 24 years of ophthalmology practice, I watched hundreds of patients lose vision to AMD, and 2 or 3 go entirely centrally blind due to macular degeneration. I have trouble talking about the latter, publicly, because it is so emotional for me. Watching someone go blind is tragic, but it’s also a travesty, because now I understand that it is entirely preventable.
    For those who believe that, “Well, we didn’t have all of this disease heart disease, cancer, and macular degeneration (AMD), back in the 19th and early 20th centuries, because we didn’t live long enough,” well, that is a belief that is due to extreme misinformation.
    In fact, in the U.S. alone, in the year 1850, the “Estimated Life Tables For the United States, 1850-1900” by Michael R. Haines, Historical Paper No 59, National Bureau of Research, published in 1994, for example, shows that in 1850, for both sexes, 43% of the population was alive past age 50-54, 28% alive past age 65-69, 15% alive past age 75-79, and 9% alive past age 80. In the year 1900, 57% of both sexes were alive past age 50-54, 39% alive past age 65-69, 21% alive past age 75-79, and 12% alive past age 80. Here’s the reference: https://www.nber.org/papers/h0059.
    The reason that the “average lifespan,” which is actually the Life Expectancy at Birth (LEB), was only approximately 49.3 years of age, in the U.S. in 1900, is because death in childhood was extreme in that era. In the year 1800, only 43.3% of children on a global scale survived to see their 5th birthday. In the year 1900, it wasn’t much better only 36.2% of children survived to see their 5th birthday. Also, in the year 1900, 4% of women died in childbirth. Thus, the LEB drops drastically. Think of it this way: If a man is born and lives to be 80, and his wife lives to be 70, but their only child dies at age 2 months of infection, the Life Expectancy at Birth (LEB) for this “population” of 3 people, is 150/3 = 50 years. Simple, true, and historically represents most of the world’s population, primarily because so many children died early of infectious diseases. But, if they survived childhood, then they generally lived about as long or longer than we do. No population, ever in history, has ever “gotten old” and died in their late 40s. Any historical textbook will verify this.
    The first 8 U.S. presidents average age of death was 79.4 years. But currently, the average U.S. man survives only to age 76 years.
    For more on Life Expectancy, plus all references for these facts, and how and why this cannot possibly explain these drastic differences in chronic disease prevalence rates, please see this article on our website: https://www.cureamd.org/was-age-related-macular-degeneration-rare-in-the-19th-century-because-we-didnt-live-as-long/
    Thank you all for viewing, for the kind comments, the support, and most of all, for spreading this live-saving, vision-saving message!

  • OKAY. I just spent 30 minutes writing a long, pensive, thoughtful response to this video. The second I pressed RETURN….it disappeared. This happens every other day to me now. I express long, well thought out replies, hit enter, and then everything is gone. I’m sick of it! I’m ready to leave this damn platform forever. AWFUL!! Damn you YOU TUBE!

  • Зачем вообще эту Ивлееву взяли, с ней орел и решка вообще не очень. Она как девка с клуба на окраине города. Она вообще никому не нравится и выходки дурацкие

  • Oops, my comment below, fails to show my name.
    This is Chris Knobbe, MD, presenter for this video (above) held at Low Carb Denver 2020. I am Founder & President of the nonprofit organization, Cure AMD Foundation. Thank you all so much!

  • There is not even such a thing as “vegetable oil.” there are animal fats, fruit oil and industrially produced seed oils and we get served up a term like veg oil, chemically extracted and deodorized from grass and grain seeds, and we’re supposed to associate it with health.

  • This is currently on Harvard’s website @ https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/no-need-to-avoid-healthy-omega-6-fats:
    “Omega-6 fats from vegetable oils — like their cousins, the omega-3 fats from fish — are good for the heart.”
    I wonder how much Omega-6 fat those Harvard experts consume per day and what are their blood markers.

  • While I agree with the message that industrial processed oils are bad, most of the arguments Dr. Knobbe brought were manipulative at best and insufficient to draw any scientific conclusion from. You can’t compare two random populations with with entirely different diets, lifestyles and uneven level of disease / death documention, and conclude those differences are entirely due to industrial oil consumption. It’s just wrong, misleading and undermines his whole presentation and credibility for me.

  • I was told by a researcher that there are only Two good doctors in Australia, I’m 69 years of age and haven’t been sick for over 40 years thanks to doing my own reaserch.

  • Healthy but balanced! Also, quick question, are you still trying to gain weight? If so, what have you done to help you gain? Fellow weight gain journey person here ����

  • Seed oils are mentioned as bad while animal fats are mentioned as being good, but I didn’t see a clear mention of which group the coconut and avocado fall in. One of the healthy example populations was being mentioned eating coconut, which is also in other sources considered being the good ones like the animal fats but they still contain a lot of the Omega-6 oils that seed oils contain.
    Is it the Omega-6 and the Omega-3 ratio in avocados and coconuts the “saving” factor for them or what?

  • As a french, the way you pronounce “Liberté” is so cute ^o^. It’s Liberté => Li (like iiiii when you smile) ber (like bear the animal) and té (like the french version of tea which is thé) Quite complicated to explain it when our pronunciations are so different omg.
    Thanks for the amazing video, you’re still so cheerful and motivating! Thanks c:

  • Utter garbage. In fact a little bit of oil around a tablespoon is very beneficial. Roy Swank discovered this when he treated MS patients. He lived over 99 years. Of course seed oils that are heated and in high quantities are detrimental.

  • Who else loves Chelsea?? To YOU reading this, whoever you are, wherever you are, hope something amazing happens within your life very soon From a vlogger who loves to spread positivity!

  • If you only live to be 40 because you die of childhood diseases, starvation, and car accidents, then you do not die of heart disease or cancer. My doctor failed to kill me at birth with tongs to drag me out of my mother’s womb, but he did make it so I never could smell. I nearly died of Strep Throat/Scarlet Fever, but when I hit 107 degrees, they got me a new drug penicillin. It killed all my bacteria so I have had recurrent candidiasis. It also killed bacteria creating serotonin in my gut. I had no sense of smell, so bad food with salmonella did not stop me from putting bad food in my mouth. I spent most of my youth eating cereal and sugar for breakfast. Not bacon and eggs; even in the 1950s.

  • This is such a convincing lecture because less than 2 minutes into the lecture ( 1:44), he begins to bombard his audience with these superlatives. LOL. His face is even better.

  • Do you want to lose weight without bothering yourself in anything, without diets and exercises in the gym? I advise you to read the book, which is also called “The Obesity Code”, but the author is another Christophe Lefebvre.

  • Wow! So glad I found this video. I’ve been wondering why keto, low fat, etc diets weren’t making total sense to me since people could reach good results on both. Now it’s clear, it depends on the fats one eats. Keto is no processed food basically and so is low carb resulting in less seed oils. THANK YOU, maybe now I can lose some weight! ��

  • I started noticing that chia, sunflowers and even other seeds were causing me bloating. I was also feeling very tired. People will still tell me… Noo seeds are perfect for a good health, but my body was telling me different.

  • Brilliant presentation. Those are all the studies I’ve been looking for to fill my knowledge gaps of food history. I really appreciate your dedication to this issue Dr. Chris Knobbe.

  • Omega 3 and Omega 6 is required for humans and can only come from what we eat, our bodies don’t make them. Both of these fats are healthy if you get them from whole foods. It’s only the adulterated Omega 3 and Omega 6 that are unhealthy.

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  • My fiancé is a welder… He has worked in a cooking oil plant a few times and he said it is the MOST DISGUSTING PLACE HE HAS EVER WORKED IN HIS LIFE…and will never go back no matter how much we may need the money.

  • im sorry love but as a healthcare professional, all those supplements your taking are 100% ineffective and completely unecessary.

  • Я был на Мальдивы там очень класснооо Капеццц взяли на 12дней и Забрали сабой 750 Долларов приехали осталось 70долларов Так круутоо