Nutrition Q&A

Are you confused about nutrition? In this podcast episode of me&my health up Raul Haro asks Clinical Nutritionist Anthony Hartcher the most frequently asked questions on Nutrition.

True or false section:

T or F, Nutrition labels are misleading?
T or F, meal replacement shakes are bad for your health?
T or F, nutrition can affect your mental health?
T or F, you can eat healthy without compromise?
T or F, skipping meals helps you lose weight?
T or F, I need to avoid carbs to lose weight?
T or F, breakfast is the most important meal of the day?
T or F, small portion and frequent meals is ideal way to eat?
T or F, I need to be taking a daily multivitamin to ensure I get all my vitamins and minerals?
T or F, I need to be taking a probiotic daily?
T or F, Intermittent fasting is bad for your health?
T or F, stay away from bread if you are trying to lose weight?
T or F, organic is better?
T or F, Gluten-free is the way to go?
T or F, alcohol causes weight gain?
General Questions:

Eating healthy is expensive, how can I make the most of my dollar at the grocery store?

How do I know what diet is best for me?

What can you do for a poor appetite?

How can I enjoy the foods I love to eat during weight loss?

If you were to recommend to one thing people need to start today after this episode from a nutritional standpoint, what would it be?

About me&my Health Up & Host

me&my Health Up seeks to enhance and enlighten the wellbeing of others. Host Anthony Hartcher is the CEO of me&my wellness which provides holistic health solutions using food is medicine, combined with a holistic, balanced, lifestyle approach. Anthony holds three bachelor’s degrees in Complementary Medicine; Nutrition and Dietetic Medicine; and Chemical Engineering.

Podcast editing: Ivan Saldana

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This is a recording of a podcast that took place on 4 January 2022.
Note the advice and information is general in nature. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.