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I polled my fellow RDs to bring you THE THREE THINGS DIETITIANS WISH YOU KNEW. Dietitians are not Nutritionists: The title of ‘Dietitian’ and ‘Registered Dietitian Nutritionist’, in the United States (in Canada we only have one protected title, and that is ‘Dietitian’) is regulated. As dietitians, we have done a science-based, 4 year university degree in Nutrition, then an internship, then written board exams. I know it’s not the healthiest food, but I love it.

Luckily, I also know the importance of moderation and only eating things like pizza as an indulgence. I also love my fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. 5) Dietitians struggle with weight and food issues. Not every Dietitian runs 5 miles a. 20 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Had Kids March 12, 2017 by The Unnatural Mother Leave a Comment After seeing and holding the newest member of our family I’ve realized that there is nothing as pure, beautiful and amazing as the sight of a new born baby, but the smell, the smell of a newborn so lovely, so clean, it actually reminded me of the.

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If I knew these 10 or 15 years ago, my journey would have taken half the time and probably been twice as. Or that they need to lose 50 pounds and to exercise every day. If the dietitian is slim and looks like he or she has it all together, that may create even more resentment.

What I wish people knew is that dietitians struggle with the same food and weight issues as everyone else. You may not see it from their personal websites and social media.

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I wish I could say that these realizations were the catalyst for those changes, but the truth is that I conducted a 30-day trial of eating no animal foods purely out of curiosity, and my awareness of the consequences of my food choices increased during and after the experiment to the point where I could never go back.

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We knew that a large segment of the population, including people who think they’re living a healthy lifestyle, needed to hear some clinical pearls of wisdom about nutrition that just weren’t being shared elsewhere.

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Most of these recommendations have come and gone, leaving in the wake a high degree of skepticism about the usefulness of dietary manipulations for the management of behavior problems.

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The confusion now lies with the dietitians, who must adapt to a new reality; a reality in which most of what they have been taught has been proved to be wrong.

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I learned that burning the candle at both ends and my unhealthy obsession with dieting and food restrictions had really done a number on my hormones and, consequently, my metabolism.

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I didn’t believe that the 80/10/10 diet could change my emotional state.

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CLIENT: I know food gives me energy, I just wish there was some way I could infuse that energy into my body so I didn’t have to actually eat it.

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Reasons for not adjusting their diet or exercise patterns were satisfaction with their current health and nutrition status and concerns they would have to eliminate foods they like.

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One thing I learned from my own struggle is that our dietary habits are the key to our good health.

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One thing is for sure: my dietary changes not only helped keep my symptoms at bay, but have also improved my outlook on life!

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  • Changing your eating habits can be difficult and the knowledge, coaching and encouragement of a dietitian can make the difference, literally adding years onto your life after just a few months of diet training. Well worth it!!

  • XD live your life as you like. If you follow your dream youll do fine. Dont follow others dreams for their not your own. And as a human we are testers of life so live like you like and dont follow the sheep. For the sheperd is never far. I dont call you tim to tell you that im in the W.C. And dont know you but good luck in life.

  • Everybody who counts calories and eats under a certain amount or who loves carbs to much, should def check their macros… for women AT LEAST (0.5*your weight in kg) of your daily calories should be fat, if not you get hormonal issues like hair loss, skin problems, periods a mess etc. And (1.7*your weight in kg) of your daily calories should be protein so your muscles won’t get lost…. if you have high weight and want to eat a small amount of calories, then you have to cut the carbs… if you’re freezing and feeling dizzy, make a refeed day (no cheat day, just a day with very high healthy carbs within your maintenance calories). If you have high bodyfat/are def overweight, your body can usually handle a higher deficit and faster weight loss, you just have to look after Makros, take if necessary vitamins and make regularly refeeds… tbh this needs a high amount of planning AND SHOULD NOT BE PRACTICED BY PEOPLE WHO TEND TO OBSESS OVER FOOD/CALORIES or people with normalor underweight, but it is possible without loosing your hair or going to bed all hungry every night, at least for a small amount of time. If you feel like one refeed day does nothing to your symptoms, make more refeed days in a row or even a diet break of 2 weeks in which you eat your maintenance calories

  • Hii.. I’m planning on becoming a registered dietitian because i think it’s fun to be one and I’m interested in health! But i read about dietitians that they are disrespected by doctors and they don’t value her work they think she’s not that of a importance! Another thing is that i dont like chemistry I don’t understand it��i dont know what to go into if I don’t succeed in dietics:/ that was my plan A another thing is that they dont pay well and u spent so much money educating ☹️

  • Never get in debt.. don’t be the majority.. stay away from drugs… be the hardest worker in the room..
    never let the majority bring you down! It’s their job..

  • I don’t absorb vitamins and minerals and nutrients right because of my wheat intolerance that my mom doesn’t take seriously (I think I might have non-celiac gluten sensitivity or celiac disease)

  • I don’t ever wanna be bosom buddies with chemistry again ��‍♀️ ��

    Thank goodness for you helping out future RDs with tube feeding recommendations and a million other SUPER informative videos. ��✨ I remember your videos always helped me before I passed my exam!

  • What happened to me:
    1. I lost my period (I still do not have it, but I have already visited my doctor…)
    2. I was feeling really cold all the time
    3. I was extremely weak
    I am now increasing my calorie intake really slowly and I am already feeling better ��
    Please if you feel like described in the video, do not continue with the diet (or changed “life style”) even though it might be nice to see a lower number on the scale… Your life is way more important than that

  • whats funny to me is how becoming a dietitian has alot todo with chemistry meanwhile our bodies are electric in nature… I mean yes chemistry is involved but i wonder how much of the course is spent talking about the electric nature of our bodies.

  • I turned vegetarian a year ago but I ensure I eat enough… I really love fruits and nuts and get my protein from that.I workout more than 3 times a week.I believe that working out with generally healthy eating habit (like eating less meat but not to the extent where you go gluten free) will help you maintain your weight.

  • Hi Natacha ��! Super your videos, keep up the good work!����, You will do a tour on my channel and I hope you liked too, see you soon!!!������

  • Hello Kim, thanks for your video. They are always timely and informative, I’m currently in my second year of a diet tech program and I’m taking my first Chem. I can already see the relevance to what I’m learning in nutrition. As i do my Clinical in the nursing homes and hospital i notice a bit of impatience from nurses and doctors. Could you do a video on how the RD is viewed by the rest of the medical team? Every time i tell a Dr, dentist, physical therapist that I’m going to become an RD the response has been “great we need you”, yet i sense a difference while in clinicals

  • I think I’m kind of enjoying my life. I don’t have anything I’m planning to get done. I’m happy with what I already did. I think my tendency is when ever something comes in my head to do, I will do it right then and not focus at all on later.

  • Both my husband and I have been to hospital for various operations in the last few years and I am truly grateful for their care but each time we have had to bring our meals in or go hungry. White bread sandwiches, cakes, biscuits, sweets galore. There is NO choice to eat healthy food. We would take each other fruits, nuts, made up cartons of meals that could be eaten cold and granary bread sandwiches. Some patients found it all a bit odd and ‘alternative’ but others were truly jealous as they didn’t have the opportunity to receive good food. The men in my husbands ward started sharing his:) I have never thought we were ‘alternative; I consider myself lucky that I can afford good foods since they are often dearer. To me, they are also infinitely tastier.
    As for donuts; if a company had offered the staff free cigarettes to calm them down many more people would understand the point being made.

  • This is incredibly insightful. I feel like you’re such a beautiful personinside out. Every time I watch one of your videos, I feel thankful for having come across your channel.

    ❤️❤️❤️

  • Hi Kim. Great video as usual. I am a student right now, just starting out but I’m getting really discouraged because the chemistry is killing me. Already! I’m going to stick with it but might have to reassess at the end of this semester.

  • I relate so much to the sleep thing. I slept only 3-4 hours a night for almost a year, I thought enough will, cofffe, sugar and naps could make up for it and looking back it made me sick (so sick i had to go to the hospital several times), very slow, like my mind wasnt there (people thought i was really dumb but really i was tired) and even though I had time to do all the things I wanted to do I wasnt really there mentally for most of it so I was a waste of time. I had this idea that I was going to make the most out of every day and wantd to try something different every single day. I would have gotten so much more out of my time had I slept properly and had real food instead of super sugary coffe drinks.

  • I’m 22 now. I still feel like I’m pretty young to start anything because I was the youngest wherever I went but sadly that’s not the case anymore. There are new competitive youngsters being prepared right now. That makes me wake up.

  • Hey Kim! I really like watching your videos. I appreciate your tips in this video before becoming an RD. I remember in one video you commented about taking a year off of school right after you graduated and you volunteered with the Hispanic population teaching them about nutrition. I live in Salt Lake City, Utah and would enjoy volunteering with the Hispanic population and teaching healthy cooking habits just like you did. Could you tell me a little bit more about what you did, how you did it and who you volunteered/worked for please?

  • Hi Kim I did so much chemistry at university I decided why not do a chemistry minor. I am not a chemistry fan but like you said chemistry and you become pals whether you like it or not. I wish I knew how difficult getting into an internship was before I became a dietitian. I was able to work as a diet tech before I became an RD officially so I got a feel of the environment so not much surprises. Just know that you are going to have to learn how to build relationships with other health care professionals. The slp becomes your best friend. I also have a question for you. I know that you are vegan and you worked as a renal dietitian. What advice would you give to a strict vegan on dialysis with regards to MNT.

  • I’ve seen a lot of reddit stories told on this channel where people say they have restricted to 1200 or less calories. Would appreciate if LukeNarwhal paid attention to this and didn’t promote those people’s stories bc they are very dangerous ��

  • NATACHA WE LOVE YOU SO MUCH!!!!! You are the voice that women need so badly and I will forever be grateful to have guidance from someone as balanced and wise as you

  • My sweetie did you give a birth�� my sister’s term is about 23th November ��im waiting for my 2nd nephew i hope both of you, will give a birth easily and lightly…… Здоровье вам ��

  • The 4th point is something I’m dealing with now. I have a job that I don’t like, but I need the money. So I’m striving to be the best employee I can while I’m here.

  • I started off with your binging video a couple months back. Throughout my weight loss journey and “dieting” I fell hard. I excessively restricted and now I’m stuck in the binging cycle, I’m working on it allowing myself as a step forward and look forward for therapy. Thank you for all you do. You are very genuine and I admire your courage to come forward because it’s hard.

  • Everyone goes through their own journey, but hopefully the lessons that transformed my health can help you too ❤️

    Love ya, thanks for being the best community anywhere ��

  • Best piece of advice ever☝️, I’m trying to move my web services design company to the us and at the same time studying engineering. I had several health issues due to stress. I was failing in all this 5 advices you gave, and yeah definitely my life is going to be better. Btw I’m 23��

  • Undereye circles: I’m a little bit underweight, but I’ve lost a couple of pounds over the course of the year and they’ve shown up pretty noticeably. I’ve used aloe Vera and they’re much better, you just have to be patient since it’s a natural product

  • As someone who suffered with bulimia/anorexia for years, the part about eating enough is absolutely true. I used to stand up from chairs and almost black out, cold all the time despite the weather to the point I was having to layer my clothing in 70-90 degree weather. It’s truly not worth it in all honestyyou’ll physically see the ruin in your muscles after the fact and usually at that point its even harder to get muscle growth back. TAKE IT SLOW! Whatever ProAna or ProMia says is bullshit.

  • We might group hydration in with nutrition, but honestly I feel like that deserves to be a seperate point. Ever since I started making myself drink more water, I started craving it and realised how I just spent years and years in a dehydrated state. It’s so so important.
    Also another basic could be something like “safe environment”. If you’re in an abusive household, a flat where stuff breaks all the time or where it’s dirty, or have no space where you can feel comfortable, no hours of sleep will ever be enough to make you feel better. Let’s all realise the amount of privilege we have for being able to exert some kinds of control over these basics.

  • Thanks so much for reminding me and taking your time to teach. Humility is very very important. I’m very glad I learnt that earlier and sought mentors to guide me. I’m 20 now, an entrepreneur and 3D artist, two things they doubted i could be when I dropped out of college to build my dream (NEVER PLEASE OTHERS! another point I loved that you mentioned). It sickens me when people have their pride blocking their ears, they’d rather argue than listen even when you’re telling them theyre walking on thorns (with the choices they’ve made in life), they see the blood too and feel the pain But their ego is much more important to them than seek help and grow better. Get a mentor? Them? Hell no, they know it all, they’re fine.

  • I’m so confused on how much I should eat. I’m quite short (4’10) but I am still a teen. How many calories should I eat? I’m overweight (though not too much) and I eat around 1300 calories a day. Is that enough?

  • Lost 30kg in the span of two years and keep it off and mostly because I take my time getting used to eat once a day instead of 3. Work best for me because I am a volume eater and can’t stop snacking if I allow myself to eat periodically throughout the day. It is worth allowing your body to get used to the new eating pattern quick diet fad can’t help you adjust to your new caloric intake, you will just end up eating more to “revenge” for the period of the fad diet.

  • Gosh yes so important what you’ve said about health. Good to learn the lesson young. I don’t use Pique tea but I do Medical Medium protocols.

  • Natacha, thank you so much. I’ve been currently on like a diet where I eat mostly nutritious foods and some snacks along with it. But, it turns out, this has always been my lifestyle. And by me putting attention on that kind of lifestyle, I started looking at calories and portion sizes. This isn’t what life is about. I find myself unhappy if I eat something I wasn’t supposed to. This all leads me to just go on some kind of junk food binge like I have this idea in my head that all the food will expire and I need to eat and enjoy it before it all disappears. Eating in moderation is not for me and it’s time that I understand that.
    I don’t need to be on a diet, I have the perfect weight already. Whatever I was doing before, not necessarily caring and living life to the fullest. That was the way God made me and the lifestyle my body thrived on. From now on, I just don’t care. I will eat whatever I want, whenever I want, however I want, I want to be satisified phyically and mentally. Im tired of eating and feeling guilty. I think that this freedom will give me the ability to stop thinking about food all the time. I can finally just relax and breathe and live life instead of worrying about how many calories are in a banana.

  • That soda thing made me feel ill…..I’m baffled that they could think feeling better for not drinking 2 litres of soda and actually drinking water would be a placebo effect…It really goes to show how unbelievably fucked so many people’s relationship with ‘food’ is

  • I Just discovered you and I’m so glad I did! You are competent and so adorable and sweet �� probably gonna be bingeing on your videos over the next few days ��

  • Seeing 3 different doctors for the same problem is just a waste of time. Trust the training doctors get in the U.S. It’s 2nd to none. The doctors know what they are doing!

  • Your videos are the best ❤️ love how honest and genuine you are. I appreciate the research and the message you spread about health and fitness

  • what if you eat a lot of food but its low-calorie food? like I really like my veggies when I’m on a diet and I can eat quite a lot of them in a day, I also include meats and eggs and I only have potato/pasta/cracker/rice a few times a week, but I eat a ‘decent’ amount of them when I do. Like is it ok if about 65% of my intake ends up being vegetable

  • I once did a very strict diet and jumproped for 15 minutes every other day I lost 8kgs in 3 weeks it was not healthy and I fainted when i was in school,just lose weight slowly and healthily trust me it’s better and you will maintain it btw I went from 59kgs to 51kgs

  • how much I envy people who can just stop drinking soda and lose weight, meanwhile I’m physically active, and on a diet but the fat that I had since I can remember is too stubborn to go away when I suddenly start losing weight, my body goes into “panic” mode and I start to feel sick until I come back to my starting point

  • I love that you don’t show case supplements in your videos or have them displayed or promoting it. Thanks for always staying true!

  • Im 13 which means i need a minimum of 9 hours of sleep. And on top of that im autistic which for many autistic people means we need extra sleep. And for me that means i need 10-11 hours. Its annoying because others my age only sleep 7-8 hours and are fine, while if i get under 9 hours im died. Because of my autism im also hyper sensitive and that means im a picky eater. Therefor i take a multivitamin+, fish Oil, fiber pills and some extra bacterias for my gut (given to me by my doctor)

  • Loving these informational videos. In regards to the surveys, who conducts them and what are they used for? Thank you for all the great info!

  • You really inspire me, Natacha. I LOVE how down to earth, positive, educated and articulate you are! Hands down, you are one of my favorite youtubers of all time. ❤

  • So I eat 1000 kcal or so daily, of course from healthy foods, and I work out daily as well. Yet I still can’t lose any fat even 3 months later. And no I have none of the symptoms from what I can tell. I’ve been trying to lose the fat i rapidly gained last year for no reason, no diet changes, it just came out of nowhere and I can’t seem to get rid of it. Is there any other explanation, I thought maybe a hormonal imbalance since I’m currently 15. What do you guys think? And don’t give me that ‘Your fine just keep exercising and eating healthy’ speech, I’ve been eating less and healthy for 6 months now and exercising for 3. I’m just pissed my body hasn’t and won’t change honestly!

  • My cousin had a heart attack from losing far too much weight too quickly. Thank God he recovered but he also gained all the weight back really fast and now unfortunately has experienced two heart attacks before the age of 40.

  • Your 5th Lesson really meant something to me. Not because of the “perfect body” talk but because of the way you phrased things. “having tunnel vision and only focusing on the details of your life means missing out on what’s going on around you and how you contribute it”.

    You’re so fabulous Natacha! Thanks for giving me a boost on a locked-down wednesday evening. <3

  • It was a pleasure to watch your video you have sooo much positive energy and you come over very convincing keep spreading love������

  • Great advice Marina! I started a milk tea business in Downtown San Jose 2 years ago and we finally just opened. I am now 25 and this video really resonates with me. You’re absolutely right about everything and for entrepreneurs who want to get into a service industry or F&B, it’s a different monster. Cheers and good luck to all of us!

  • Hi,
    First of all, thank you for all videos that are so so valuable for everyone. İ would like to share, your videos with my country’ people who are also don’t know English. İf you accept or want to add turkish subtitles, i can prepare turkish explaination for you. Please let me know, if sounds good for you. İt will be big pleasure for me. Have a wonderful life!

  • he is spot on im 28 and as the yrs go by you start to lose faith in yourself and your dreams and before you know it another yr passing you by just like that

  • Definitely my new favorite person to watch on YouTube for fitness/nutrition! Always so positive and upbeat, to the point, and none of the drama:) Thanks for sharing your content every week. My husband and I also love your middle name too:)

  • Hey I remember when you tried out a dance workout, you should give one of Fitness Marshall’s dance workouts a try. You can just pick any song you like that he’s done, he actually gives some instructions in his videos so it might turn out better for you.

  • Sitting in my school library trying to catch up and watch what I’ve missed, anyways love this video so much and as always your personality (literally laughing out loud). Sent this to a friend bc I’m a bit worried about the path she’s taking in order to lose weight. Love you ��

  • When I lost weight my muscles started to spasm more and I used to get these little balls of fat I think under my skin where my muscles are it’s hard to explain but it was pretty weird.

  • Awesome tips! I still struggle here and there with most of them, but generally I think I´m on a good way! ��

    Btw love the new transitions in the video ��

  • NHS dieticians have been strongly advising a starch based diet for decades. The “Eatwell Plate” with its emphasis on starch, margarine, vegetable oils, low fat dairy with minimal protein needs to get booted out. If nutrition education using the current high carb, low fat dogma is increased to medical students with this as the mainstay of the curriculum, as it is to NHS dieticians, then patients won’t even have some doctors on their side.

  • The problem with being ridiculously short is that none of the calorie suggestions apply so i never know if i’m eating too little. My basal calories are 1300, and all apps tell you you will die if you eat 1200, so wtf do i dl

  • Small point on B12 we’re all deficient as it’s found in soil microbs which due to how food is sourced we don;t get anymore, however meat eaters get this via animal products who are given supplements as well, hence it doesn’t come from animals directly.

  • Hi kim, am glad that i found your channel. You say very helpful informations.
    I am going through some rough days where I don’t know what is my next step.
    I am a college student ( am from Libya ) in Tehran, Iran.
    Second year in nutrition science, i would like to continue my studies and get my RD And become a clinical dietitian.
    am thinking in going to Malaysia as it is the most suitable country from me right now.
    My only concern is that when i go there, i would fell less than everybody else. Not ready enough, short in information.
    May you please help me to get myself ready for the real world. I want to be all armed and ready, and not spend any extra time filling in the gaps for the classes or materials that should have had.
    So as a nutrition student how can i expand my knowledge ( in which part i should expand it ) in a way that it will make me either in the same spot as others, or even better, a step ahead.
    What do i need to become ready???
    Thank you

  • Hi Kim, I recently started watching your videos, they’re so informative and lively! So, I graduated with a degree in nutrition and dietetics from Arizona State University a few months ago. Currently, I’m looking for a full-time job. As such, I am studying for the DTR exam to take it and enhance my job prospects. What are some other tips (types of jobs, places I could apply to) you have for someone who wants nutrition/dietetics work experience between undergrad and the DI? Thanks!

    -Alexis L.

  • I just learned that my metabolism is bad enough that my basal calories intake is at 1200 cals… If I eat more then I’ll gain weight. I’m doomed

  • My mother also suffered unnecessarily. Due to a lack of normal testing was in pain with an undiagnosed tumour for years before her death.

  • I’m 16 have had a under the counter job for three years, started my current job now two weeks after I turned 16 and it was not under the counter, I’m buying a truck here soon. My first payment is Tuesday

  • In order to lose weight,you need a calorie deficit Some people can lose up to 2 pounds a week on a 1200 calorie diet, some struggle to lose much at all.Everyone’s metabolism is different I can only lose 12 pounds a week regularly on a 900 calorie diet so no one should judge

  • This video helped me a lot. I thought I’d have to lose 15 pounds but then I looked up the BMI for teens my height and age and honestly 5 pounds is really all I need to be satisfied and I’m currently still a healthy weight even if I make my height an inch smaller on the index. I almost grew an inch anyways so I have nothing to worry about as long as I do the average exercise time.

  • As a med student it hurts my brain to see someone speculating about anything nowadays… your body does discriminate between what tissue to get burn for energy.. you won’t be burning muscle like crazy and there’s no limit of fat burning, from where the fuck do those people get their info?

  • I always feel really self conscious, because I am a competitive swimmer and am 5’7 and weigh 120 pounds with some muscle. At my school, I always have a bunch of dancer girls (that have the body type of a stick) come up to me and tease me about how “heavy” I am. It really messes w/ me and has caused me to eat waaaaay less throughout the day, which is bad, because as a swimmer I burn over 1000 cals per day so I have been feeling really fatigued during training. But when I eat the amount of food my body needs, I immediately feel guilty and fat. Advice? I guess what I am asking, is how do I deal with these girls? And is being 120 pounds and 5’7 really heavy?!

  • Kim Rose, does college get easier (or feel easier) when you’ve completed the general education requirements and start on the nutrition college classes?

  • I’m eating everyday now and I’m eating 1700 calories a day, you’ve helped me to overcome my eating disorder of not eating at all and made me realise that what I look like is the least of my worries now I’m becoming much healthier in all ways and im not grumpy anymore (think I’ve been hangry for 10 years) thank you so much you are such an inspiration to us all �� and I get laughed at all the time for talking with my hands I find it impossible not to ��

  • This video really helped me realize that just bc I don’t have the perfect body doesn’t mean I’m not on the right track, I eat nutritionally dense food most of the time and I sleep a good amount most of the time and I exercise 5 hours a week and I still have days where I go out and eat ice cream and that’s okay too:)

  • In 2018, between February and December, I dropped from morbidly obese to underweight which was a loss of more than half my weight. I did that by extremely low calorie restriction and maintaining my preferred form of activity, and experienced everything described in that post and more. During that year I ended up hospitalised twice, once when a serious electrolyte deficiency nearly killed me (I was still overweight at that point, this isn’t a weight thing) and once when my stomach stopped functioning (gastroparesis). When I don’t eat enough now, I lose my hearing as I can’t maintain pressure in my ears which is apparently some tube no longer being connected properly, I’ll be honest I don’t really understand it but it isn’t fun. My heart is being investigated but I know by how it feels that the results aren’t going to be exactly great and the current virus stuff has given me an excuse to remain ignorant by not seeing drs. Gastroparesis has improved, but it’s still a thing when I’m not doing well with food. I still struggle with eating, negative thoughts, and “feeling fat” in a way I never could have imagined at my highest weight.

    All in all, not my best decision making. Hopefully this could help someone else though, given who might click on this video?

  • Can you do a video on how to increase flexibility. I’ve been struggling with my hips and spine. I do yoga and pilates three days week but I feel like I need something more.

  • I struggle with nutrition in such a terrible way and I have no idea how to fix it. I almost always break down crying when I think about it because it feels so hopeless. There are so many foods that I avoid because the texture makes me gag so hard (and sometimes actually throw up). So I basically eat like a child: no veggies or fruits (even the ones i enjoy the taste of because the texture gets to me so much). And I’m so frustrated amd ashamed of myself for not being able to fix it.

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  • The problem with removing rubbish food from the NHS is that the staff and public will not eat the food. They are addicted to ultra-processed crap. But keep on banging the drum because we need to make it unacceptable to serve/sell crap in hospitals.

  • I’ve stopped dieting, my take on it is:
    If some ppl are naturally skinny while eating whatever they crave, then it can also be me.
    Now I exercise, drink lots of tea, and only eat when I’m hungry, the key is to STOP as soon as your mouth goes “meh not good anymore, too sugary, too fatty” even if you think you didn’t eat enough or there’s still food on the plate. But you have to focus on each bite, take small bites and chew well.
    My portions are waaaayyyy smaller now and I’m hungry every 3-4hours.
    I’m losing weight while eating lasagna and Ben and Jerry’s and it’s awesome ��
    (I would eat compulsively before, scarfing down everything, and never felt hungry for weeks, I just ate and ate and ate until my stomach was FULL and I felt like sht)

  • If I volunteer at my local hospital as a nutrition major, I shouldn’t network with professionals because a recommendation letter is not promised. Could I just volunteer without seeking a letter from the professional? Would it still help me out with my resume’?

  • Right now, I have gotten used to not eating basically anything at all. This is because of the stress I went through. If I eat a normal, or even small amount of food, I feel sick. However, that doesn’t stop me from eating carveries. Today, I ate about 11 strawberries, chicken nuggets and a chocolate bar. This is an unhealthy ways to lose weight, and I am doing this because I cannot cook, and I do not know what to I eat. We usually have a lot of pork products in the fridge food for sandwiches, except I do not like pork, and will eat it only grilled. I nearly threw up after the chicken nuggets, and felt sweaty while finishing it. But I couldn’t stop, I need to eat. On some days, I don’t even eat at all. What do I do to recover without gaining weight from this bad method? I need to lose 5kg for my own happiness, or at least stay where I am, and grow. What do I do?

  • Hi everyone! Does anyone have tips, tricks or advice to avoid eating junk food?? I know that it’s bad for me and I always feel awful afterwards but I dont know how to stop. Thanks��

  • So my calories haven’t changed but i just had my adhd medicine switched and in 2 weeks ive lost 10 pounds. Is that bad or too much weight to lose?

  • Great video as usual Kim. Thanks for the tips. As a student, I can attest to becoming best buddies with Chemistry. There is NO way around it. I just finished Organic Chemistry over the summer and am currently taking Nutritional Chemistry. If I could sum it up in one word………. Intense:)

  • Brilliant. You made such a good point on the tactics used that are parallel to the tobacco industry. Compulsory viewing for every Dr!

  • If you depend on cardio and an extreme restricted diet you’ll make your body use your muscle as a fuel source and lose it rapidly and be left with body fat thus leaving you looking skinny fat.

  • I’m pretty petite already (5’1” and probably 115-120 lbs), I’ve already lost the extra weight I’ve put on in first year plus a little extra, but my goal now is to tone and tighten up. I exercise regularly (running and yoga, occasional Pilates). How many calories should I be eating to shed the extra few pounds and get more muscle tone? Should I be doing more strength exercises? I’m worried because I already know I probably don’t eat enough, and I want to achieve my fitness goals without jeopardizing my health

  • I know all these facts and even my friend cried to me cause she was worried but I just can’t get my mind to get to eating normally I crave the feeling of seeing low calories, seeing the lbs drop and I know if I do it for enough time I’ll be a stick lol

  • Dear Natacha, you are the most amazing, generous and large-hearted person I have ever seen (even among the people I know in person). You have completely changed my notions about training, eating, health and happines for the better. Thank you so much for your help. Now I am 18, but I wish I had you when I was 15 and was really struggling with my body and eating problems. Thank you so much. Every time I see your face my day brightens up because I know that there is somebody out there so helpful, warm-hearted, enthusiastic and positive, who helps other people get over their worst nightmares. Thank you. ������

  • I failed my dream to become a botanist because I failed my science and mathematics test in an exam called PT3. I’ll have to take commerce course because my parents say it is the best for my future. Do you guys think I have hope left? Is it too late to achieve it? Greetings from a 16 year old from Malaysia.

  • I wish I knew the dangerous consequences I was putting myself into when I started restricting what I ate, it lead me into an eating disorder and it’s the biggest regret of my life. I had so little energy and felt depressed and angry all the time and I felt so lost, like I was a completely different person. but I’m in recovery now and Im almost starting to feel like my real self again.

  • Thank you marina for share your experience. Your heart is so familiar if someone ask help from u then i know u nvr gonna refuse him/her.

  • Lmao as soon as i stopped drinking sodas they all tasted like weird ass chemicals to me, bc they are. I still have a bubble tea from time to time but drink water guys:)

  • Wish I knew this 5 years ago when I was 13 and literally started dieting because I was ashamed of my body, when really looking back on it rn my body was perfectly slim. And guess what? It backfired and I gained all the weight back because I started having really bad food cravings after a few months… So I got a binge eating disorder, followed by periods of starvation with some bulimia on the side.
    Now my metabolism is ruined and I’m slowly trying to fix that, as well as the stomach-brain connection. I can no longer feel when I’m completely full, so it’s harder for me to figure out how much I need to eat. I am really thankful that I didn’t get an even worse injury (like ulcers, fallen teeth or esophageal cancer).
    No matter how old you are, please please PLEASE don’t starve yourselves.

  • def hair loss i used to have very thick hair until i decided to lose my first 20lbs unhealthy, ate too little protein snd ate 1200 or less a day. still struggle to make it grow back to this day(I was 15 so I def know it wasn’t good)

  • If you are overweight you can SAFELY lose weight quickly until you reach a normal weight! People are arguing saying it’s anorexic. You can’t be anorexic unless your underweight! ��‍♀️

    Eating low calorie and fasting is fine for quicker weight loss.

    No one wants to lose weight slowly, but if that what works for you then go for it, but plenty of people have lost a lot of weight quickly and kept it off.

  • Natacha, I loved this video:) I mean…I love all the videos you make but this one was a nice refresher! I loved and agreed with all the points you made! Thank you!

  • You are so amazing! I love you so much, I feel like I learn a lot from you and your videos��, thank you for sharing the information that you learn through the years, you got a great personality, keep on doing you!❤️❤️

  • Oh look, a bunch of food addicts finding confirmation bias. Losing weight quickly is absolutely safe. It’s a lot safer than being fat. And fasting is also safe. We as humans were never designed to eat multiple meals per day. Eat meat, fruit and roots, and get out there and move your body.

  • Thank you very much for the advice Marina. A very useful video as always! I also wanted to ask you, could you create a video about jobs that are related to languages? I love learning languages, but I don’t know exactly what kind of job could I do that doesn’t include beign a teacher. Thank you very much for your time! Blessings!

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  • youre so awesome. Thank you for bringing real value to this space. There are so many “fitness influencers” who have no idea what theyre talking about. It’s clear that you know your stuff and youre genuine about helping others, THANK YOU!!!

  • When I heard that muscles including our heart can deteriorate?!!! I was like shook… I am not dieting in any way…. But I might have mildest symptoms of bulimia as I don’t have any appetite usually and tend to gorge on food when I am actually starving. I hate food in general but that’s not the point. Am I going to like…die or something?

  • I have not volunteered for anything because it is hard getting in contact with the dietitians in my area. Do you know anything else I can do to establish a good network? I really need a job after I graduate.

  • One more thing travel cause if you stay in the same city for many years than the city will be you. And thats boring. Ive met so many kids (18-20s) that are stuck in the same city and doesnt travel to see what the real world is. Its ok too but youll never get that experience of life and you wont grow neither. From up north in the -60° to the south in +45° and have seen what Canada and parts of U.S are and is like. And finaly dont listen to youtubers they have no clue what they are talking about XD

  • I started increasing my calories per day a couple of months ago and then I rediscovered your channel and found out about all the videos you did on metabolism, ED, etc.
    When I started I was scared of eating 800 cals a day and I now am at 1500. I also started working out.

    Your videos are really helping me to stay on track with my recovery and I feel a bit better ans more confident every day.
    So, thank you Natacha��

    Love from France

  • Thank you for posting this
    I’ve been on a huge calorie deficit of 850 a day and I thought that it was ok because I’ve lost 30 pounds so far and losing weight has been a huge struggle for me

  • you’re the best, Natacha. I lost count of how many times your videos helped me through eating disorder recovery and the damned “hustla altert” just screaming every 27 seconds during college ����‍♀️����������

  • I’ll be turning 22 next month and yes, you’re right. I know what I want to do and be, but I’m too worried about what my parents would say about it. Time sure flies. I’m not going to give up on my dream, but for now, I’m have to do what must be done, so that I’ll live without regrets.

  • OMG love you. Your message is so great. I know you hear this alot but keep it up..you have helped me so much in body positivity and self esteem.

  • My scary thing that happened was a developed a fatty lump on my ribs I was petrified I had a tumor it was a lymphoma. Apparently these are pretty common when loosing alot of weight quickly (4stone in 4 months*)
    **This was from greif due to a devorse I have kept the weight off

  • What are the things you wish you knew when you were younger?

    Time codes:

    0:00 Intro

    0:38 №1: Don’t chase every single opportunity in your life

    1:59 №2: No one can tell you how to grow your business

    3:20 №3: Take care of your health and do research

    4:20 About Pique Tea
    6:49 №4: Don’t waste your time and hire a personal assistant

    8:00 №5: Create more content

  • Marina, congrats with a baby girl. Looks like you have too much influence from some asian Americans, hand gestures are very asian:D

  • What also really needs pressing home to the medical profession and to health care workers more widely, is that the supposed causative role of dietary cholesterol and fat (especially saturated fat) in cardiovascular disease has long been shown to be fallacious and based on flawed, if not frankly fraudulent, science. This counter-productive dogma remains palpably entrenched in the public and healthcare consciousness, and warrants a sustained campaign to purge it that will need to explain to people how the idea came about in the first place and how we all came to be so steered off course..

  • i ate 800kcal for a year and a half went down to 97lbs then gained it all back and more after a binge/restrict cycle for 10 months (mainly binging)……… am currently 5’3 150lbs and i hate myself so much i want nothing more than to be skinny but i cant restrict for more than 3 days at a time before going on a half month long binge –_i wasted my senior becoming skinny n literally have nothing to show for it feels bad

  • this story is inspiring, this girl is amazing, this and the other two channels are going to be my study books day by day, and yes 25 years old is the perfect age, a decade is arriving and I can’t wait to do my best. Thanks, thanks THANKS for your advices.

  • Well, i guess my chances are alrdy gone. I actually wanted to do pest controll jobs, but here is so cold that only a few of those even exist. Now ill do electrical installations & probably drink 2 much, but this is fine.

  • Oh. That feeling when you’re 25 and already understood it. Sooooo pleasing. I’d be grateful to all people here, who can check up my Instagram @slovotwor.ka 😉

  • I remember when I only ate around 100 to 500 kcal a day and burned between 500 to 600 kcal every day.
    I couldn’t sleep and ended up throwing up in the middle of the night.
    I was shaking and it felt like I hadn’t eaten real food for days, which was the case.

  • I came to the video expecting advice like “eat clean most days”, and was so pleasantly surprised with what you said! It’s refreshing to hear a fitness influencer talk about these points! I actually wrote #4 and put it on my wall: “Better should make you happy”. So wise!! Thank you!! <3

  • As soon as I saw the title I thought it confirmed what I (retired nurse) had been suspecting from the growing evidence for several weeks. The presentation itself was everything I hoped and expected: hard fact; wide evidence base; good narrative.

    No underlying conditions, they keep saying. No? None diagnosed, perhaps, but you could stand a cup and saucer on that tum. If only I was still in practice and could spread the word more effectively.

    Dr Malhotra is one of the first, and still one of the most instructive, people I have come across in the last half dozen years of my health journey. After twenty years of statins it was good to have my decision to drop them validated. After 70 years of sugar, even more so.

  • My biggest fear of contracting COVID-19 would be being hospitalised; not because of the virus but because of the food they might feed you! (67yrs, bmi 72.3).

  • My body type is weird no matter what I do my body gains and loses weight so fast. It’s been two days on a healthier lifestyle and I lost 3.5 lbs so now these posts are worrying me out.

  • Thank you very much for your advice.
    I just turned 25. Been to +50 countries, speak +5 languages. Started three companies, two failed, one succeeded. Made my first million at 23, lost 90% of the money in my next business. After two years, I still have not got over the lost. Got cancer at 24, still fighting. Bed ridden for 6 months, have watched all your videos. They make me feel alive & encourage me to never give up.
    Thank you Marina �� ��
    Greetings from Finland ����

  • Excellent advice, right here. Thank you for sharing this very important information with us all. Take care & stay safe too everybody. ��❤����

  • I don’t trust RDs anymore. RDs have to toe the ADA line which is funded by Coca Cola, wendy’s, etc. RDs also have to follow the gorvernment dietary guidelines which as we all know is corrupted. RDs still think fat is bad, even though the real culprit is sugar. An RD got me into religiously counting calories and got me obsessed about the number on the scale. According to eating disorders, that is amnot good.

  • We got 100k$��, THE problem is that it’s at russian bank corporate account ��, and they already wear us down with shitty requests��

  • Because a dietitian is a illy educated individual certified and such on. A nutritionist is…. the equivalent of a self proclaimed “hey guys Google told me so, sooo…” There ya go.

  • Love All the advices except the research part on taking care of your health, I don’t mind doing research but googling your symptoms even when you read medical publications doesn’t mean you could turn into a doctor while reading this or that, get a medical opinion and do research that’s ok, Love all the other advices and appreciate it, big thanks

  • I feel totally let down by the British Medical Association. I was never overweight a size 14 at my largest, but you did that to me as you told me to eat margarine and low fat foods for 20 + years, you told me to eat bread, potatoes, pasta!!!
    I did everything you told me to do, however, it made me overweight and I have been ill for 20 years with weird things, which I now know was because of my food and my gut biome being destroyed by anti biotics, given to me for a UTI which actually was Vulvodynia caused by eating high Oxalates. I ate no fat and no red meat as you tell me it was cancerous!!! Twelve months ago I went Keto thanks to my physio opening my eyes and then 6 months ago transitioned to Carnivore, I now only eat red meat, fish, eggs and dairy, I make home made bone broth for myself everyday.

    Finally at 52 I feel healthy now a size 6/8, no neck, back, knee pain now, no acid reflux now, no flatulence now, no depression now, no anxiety now, I have mental clarity which is just so amazing as I truly thought I was going mad, no longer clumsy, brain fog has gone, I can sleep which I did not for 10 years, I am no longer angry all the time, my mood is calm, I can deal with getting back to work, I no longer have chronic fatigue, the pain in my feet has now gone, no more bloating, no more IBS and my memory is coming back. All menopause problems gone.

    Ridiculously my doctor wanted to put me on statins as my cholesterol was high. I had to teach my doctor six months ago and told him how out of touch he is. I passed him the following names to learn from Dr Aseem Malhotra, Dr David Diamond, Ivor Cummins, Dr Nadir Ali, Dave Feldman.  Women need high cholesterol, our brains need cholesterol. Ancel Keys research was flawed and John Yudkin was right.

    Ten years ago I went Paleo, felt great on it, but my doctor again scared me as my cholesterol went up, so I stopped sadly.

    Also you all need to accept Oxalates are affecting so many of us in so many ways. I used to juice from juice and eat spinach daily Oxalates has caused me the above. Thank goodness I found Sally K Norton and Elliot Overton. Oxalates affect dementia, brain fog, gout, UTIs, PCOS, Vulvodynia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Clumsiness, Joint pain, Bloating, Carple Tunnel. I have crystals coming out of my body now.

    Dr Aseem Malhotra, Dr David Unwin and Dr Zoe Harcombe these three should be in charge of the British Medical Association. The old guard need to resign because you have made the UK populace sick.

  • I want to be a entrepreneur I want to hangout with other entrepreneur but I don’t know how to start I don’t have money. I find job but salary maybe is not enough.

  • Dr. Malhotra:

    Pineapple and grapes are “whole foods” and are not
    “ultraprocessed foods” nor are they “refined carbohydrates.”
    You are muddling the issue. Carbs. Carbs are the issue.
    Stop eating carbs.

  • I can’t even imagine how a person could drink soda every single day. I drink soda maybe once every 3 months or so when there’s a party or some get together. And every time I drink soda, I immediately regret it because it made me feel really bloated and uncomfortable. So I can’t even fathom how people would do that.

  • .. I lost almost 20 kilos in a short period of time (maybe 2 months ) and I got so sick that I ended at the hospital dizzy and puking,I just ate One bread and a glass of milk for the entire day during those two months.. after I recovered from that And gained 5 kilos,I got better now I am trying to lose weight but I think that screwed my metabolism i am vegetarian and I exercise often I am losing weight really slowly But at least I am healthy hahaha I don’t want to get sick again it was horrible. It was the worst experience ever.

  • I am currently trying to lose weight and my cousin always tells me that I am bulimic, eating and purging and I told her that its just part of my diet and I have everything under control, around the end of May I start this and now currently almost end of August and I just got my weight scale 4 days ago and saw that I lost a total of 13kg in a span of 3 months. and I thought that’s natural because I exercise and my “diet”. But last July my hair started to fall off very, very frequently and lots of amount of hair. When I got the weight scale I thought that maybe I can see if my weight loss is in healthy ‘way’ or not, I saw the next day I lost a pound and already know that I am not doing it the right way.

    I think having the scale would help me. I hope.

  • As an obese person diagnosed with PCOS and an underactive thyroid, I eat between 1000-1200 calories a day, unless I walk and run several miles a day as well, my weight never changes. It is an endless cycle of trying so much but getting so little back.

  • This video is all that an early twenty people needs. When i was 20 years old,staying far away from parents and hometown friends, i realized the need of putting myself in different situations and in different professions in order to know what i am good at.Its been 7 years now, i am 27 years old.Only after 7 years,i can say that i know a bit of myself,where i need to have a career for or where i can find my peace and happiness.The best thing is having compassion for others, and with the eagerness to learn things consistently do leads us to asking others for help.This video must be recommened to every one in 20s.

  • I was a healthy weight teenager, a bit on the chubbier side, but I didn’t feel comfortable with my body so I went on an extreme diet and did heavy cardio 3-5 hours a day. We didn’t have a working scale at home so I thought I was just losing a few kg, but I actually lost 10kg+ in a span of a few months. Got diagnosed with an eating disorder, my hands are blue and my hair’s falling out in huge chunks. I’m tired and grumpy constantly. But I’m doing well recovering and following my meal plan, I lost my periods too but I got them back last month:)
    Just be careful y’all, you don’t need to over-do your weight loss if you’re not overweight, also I don’t recommend fasting because it can damage and slow down your metabolism a lot:p
    This video is an important reminder to everyone losing weight.
    Be healthy and stay safe <3

  • Summary: Time speeds up the older you get.

    1-) take an action and show your self who are you.
    2-) Can’t s
    3-) success takes sabar
    4-) How you do any thing is how you so every thing
    5-) go now
    6-) ask for help i don’t know

  • I hit “rock bottom” in my sleep a year ago and I still feel sleep deprived and as if no amount of sleep helps. What did you do to get past that? I would love to hear from you as this is a huge roadblock in my life. Thanks!

  • Just found this video. This is incredible stuff the wisdom and the presentation of it. However, if there is one more thing I would add in here, it is to take care of your health. Because I’ve realized how important that is. It is the foundation of a person. Keep it up man, looking forward to more.

  • Thanks for uploading another awesome video and for inspiring me to make my own YouTube channel! Your the best! Lots of love from Canada ����

  • I wish if I spend more time studying and learning more hard.
    Thank you so much fo the time your advice, I know isn’t easy during the ��,
    Thank you�� again wish you the good health ��.

  • Summary:
    1. don’t try to pursue finding a purpose, just take action!
    2. You can’t please everybody, live for yourself
    3. One bite at a time, be patient
    4. Give your all in a day to day basis
    5. Ask for help. Admit that sometimes you simply don’t know.

  • I know this is off topic but, i wish some weren’t confident that Yah didn’t exists when some never even tried looking for him. Anyway informative video thanks for sharing. <3

  • Lol 16 and when im dieting i eat 1000 calories a day cause I rarly take more then 500 to 1000 steps and I’m laying down most of the day it was fine for awhile then I honestly don’t remeber what happend but I gained the 20lbs back but I’m getting back on track now

  • “Scary” is too strong a word for it, but rapid weight loss can cause clothing issues, especially with trousers. Trousers that stayed up without a belt no longer do so, others that needed a belt require greater and greater tightening and if the weight loss is enough, even a belt does not help.

  • Oh my God it’s terrible for me when I don’t do anything I’m master in wasting time but I’m 19 years I really appreciate from this video thank u

  • I’m 33 now. You said you’ll be gone in the blink of an eye. Then how come I actually feel like stuff from so long ago was from so long ago? I see it as my memories from so long ago are very rusty so eons of time have gone by since then. Once a few months after the pancake supper on Shrove Tuesday, a few months later, I had a dream that it was already the time of the next pancake supper and I didn’t like it because it didn’t feel like very much time had passed. When it actually was the time of the next pancake supper, I actually felt like a lot more time had passed since the previous one and was fine. I don’t think there’s gonna be a problem.

  • I really like to make contents same like you, many thoughts on my minds tht i wanna share, i just started to do that this year, i used to talk to myself alone, and now after i think, i write it down on words, and share some to social media �� but yeah sometimes i thinkmultiple times if i should share or not.

  • Marina, you are so beautiful and so womanish today! How you have changed in the last week! What has happened with you?
    Your advices are wise and they were useful for me. The most resonant notices for me are the first three ones.
    It seems to me, that in this video you were more emotional and excited than usually. And I liked it! It was so naturally. Marina, thank you so much for your energy and sincerity.

  • I went on a 500kcal diet last year for 3 months. It can’t even be called a diet, more like “starvation”. I’m 5’5 and I was 129lbs but I dropped to 112lbs very quickly. I developed an ED that made me anemic, lose hair, get chills, binge, feel tired all the time, and made my nails brittle. My friends also commented on how my skin looked so pale/ghostly and it was scary how they never noticed me eat. I kept telling myself I had it under CONTROL, but I never did. The second I went into that “diet”, I set myself up for ED. I went into therapy and got the help I needed, now I’m 110lbs with lots of lean muscle mass and I’m healthy. I eat 1800kcals a day and I’m going to run in a marathon next year! Best of luck to everyone, please don’t make the same mistakes I did ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • I don’t know how but I need to change my mindset into wanting to eat healthy and excercise for health, instead of wanting to look slimmer/loosing weight. Because its true, you won’t be consistent.
    It’s good you’re able to achieve a balance in life��
    I’ve also not got a routine workout plan, and have fallen off the healthy lifestyle:(

  • Natacha, do you think that birth control pills contribute to difficulty losing fat? I have come really far in my fitness journey the past few years and feel like I lead a pretty healthy lifestyle but can’t seem to lose my stomach fat no matter how much I switch up my workout routine and diet.

  • My opinion is dr Malhotra has done a lot of harm by promoting the Pioppi diet instead of the chetogenic approach.
    I live in Italy and can tell you obesity is growing problem. If you are insulin resistant you cannot metabolism carbs correctly and you just will be forced to eat more and more. The dr is the usual young completely healthy guy who does not understand how one feels when constantly hungry. No use saying that eating some home made pasta is ok FOR US. Might be ok for him and others below 45. I spent years eating healthy things like lentils and cannellini beans and constantly putting on weight. Until one addresses the real problem which is CARBS and SUGAR one will get nowhere. I also think his videos are too long and a dress too many that at the same time.

  • im about to turn 20 this year, and i really really wanna say thankyou for sharing your experience, your thoughts with us youngsters. thankyou so much! the way you deliver us your points (in my opinion) is so simple yet very valuable. please continue making videos like this! thanks!

  • Don’t trust the govt to not go back to the tried, tired, and useless mantra of ‘just eat less and move more’ and low fat (which has resulted in an explosion of obesity over the last 40 years so much for that advice eh) because they will get ‘donations’ from certain food bodies to not impact their own industries.

  • The paper Dr. Malhotra is touting that he got accepted

    and which is to be a guidance for the health services includes

    this: “Reduce access to processed foods high in fat,

    salt and sugar on NHS premises.”

    How does that give any guidance to anyone? He is

    just muddling the issue. Fat is not bad. Salt is not

    bad. Why does Dr. Malhotra conflate salt, fat and

    sugar? He doesn’t understand that the issue is carbs.

    Carbs. Carbs are the issue.

    This video was just him patting himself on the back.

  • A lot of what the first proclaimed dietician said is false. I would never advocate for anorexia or eating disorders, but fasting is perfectly healthy and normal for our bodies, and despite what people say, our bodies DO NOT go into “starvation mode” or burn muscles after they run out of energy they go after FAT STORES, that’s the entire reason why you have fat to begin with is to help your body get thru periods of fasting. I got all of my info from various doctors, including Dr. Jason Fung on YouTube. There is a difference between a mental and eating disorder like anorexia, and fasting for longevity and health. Just some info for anyone who needs it, intermittent fasting especially has been proven to be super effective and healthy for weight loss, and extended fasts (so as long as you’re taking electrolyte supplements) are safe and healthy for most people.

  • honestly i never thought i’d ever say this from looking at a video through my screen but you’re proper making a difference for me! you’re really helping me see things the right way and get out of this ocean of unhealthy obsessions and goals. thankyou so much for being so human about it, it’s so refreshing and it just hit me hard! very very thankful for you advice, it really is what i needed and im sure i’m not the only one. you’re an inspiration xxx hope you know it

  • Thank you for sharing. Honest and straightforward, they must start listening. Passing it on to a nurse friend of mine in Blackpool. Trying to lose weight by dancercise!

  • Well, Tina Brown; we have the same problem in Canada. Scrupulously following our doctor’s instructions to eat a low-fat, fad diet, has lead to metabolic syndrome and all of the joyous complications that comes with it. I am angry at the loss of quality of life and the hours that I have spent doubling down on my doctor’s advice. Years of eating oatmeal for every breakfast every day and avoiding dietary fat like “the proverbial plague”; while my weight increases year by year. Am I upset about being misled and lied to by supposed professionals? You bet. Maybe it is time for patients to sue their errors and omissions insurance. Maybe it is time for a class action.

  • You are amazing
    Great words of wisdom. I couldn’t say it any better. You inspired me to stop just focusing on one side and look at the whole of me. I will I’ll let you know how I am in a year ��

  • Got into basic fitness in January (New Years resolutioner) and had a routine for 5 months. I haven’t worked out in 2 months, I’m not too down on myself but I know I’ve been making excuses. Great video to get back into it! Feeling inspired!

  • Heyyy Marina, I first discovered your videos when I was preparing for my TOEFL 2 years ago. I scored 117/120 and now I tutor people on how to prepare for that exam and some others. Glad to see you are doing great!

  • We want to use this video for a college course in Diet & Nutrition at Santa Rosa Junior College. Would you please grant us permission to caption the video so it has punctuation and clear sentences? If you turn on Community Contributions in YouTube, we could add the better captions to these videos. Alternatively, we can send you a corrected caption file that you can upload in YouTube. One more option is to use a site such as Amara.org that will embed the video and give us an interface to overlay the video with the better caption file.

    All of these options leave the control in your hands. If you take down the video, it will no longer appear in the course, we will just be embedding from YouTube, not downloading the video.

  • Thankyouuu u are my number one motivater to create my Youtube channel, thanku really for the last advice about creating more content

  • Much Ultra processed food relies on tractor fuel as a cheap fat ingredient.
    The diesel engine was originally designed for running on rapeseed oil I believe…
    Seed oils have NO place in the human diet. Use them wisely where they belong, in tractors, not our bodies. They should be banned as a ‘food’.
    That said, ultra processed ‘food’ should be banned!! Then nobody could damage themselves with it…. problem solved.

  • Lea im 30 I do exercise and walk regularly to maintain my weight and also take limited diet but the problem with me that my face is getting very thin as losing my body weight face is looking not good due to having less fate on face kindly recommend me something so that I can get fat on face just not on body

  • You are 29 and 25 is the past. What does the grammar rule say about this?
    Wish + past perfect is used to express a regret, or that we want a situation in the past to be different.
    I wish I hadn’t eaten so much. (I ate a lot)

  • I honestly don’t understand that this lifestyle is not being made mandatory by ALL health professionals everywhere it’s a no brainier! Simply do not offer any drugs just tell people they will die if they don’t change their diet! And I do understand I have close family that are diabetic! If there wasn’t the choice of drugs or diet to avoid death they would soon be shocked into diet change! I found Dr Unwin nearly 2 yrs ago now & lost 6 stone but more importantly feel so much healthier & more health issues have disappeared too! I love the life this lifestyle has now given me. Big Thanks