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The Perfect Diet for You? Part 2 [electronic resource]: Fighting Fat With Science

Dr. Chris van Tulleken and Professor Tanya Byron discover how our genetic makeup can make temptation difficult to resist, how understanding the brain reveals what makes us comfort eat and what science can tell us about why we make disastrous food choices.
Online
2015
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The Perfect Diet for You? Part 3 [electronic resource]: Fighting Fat With Science

So far, the volunteers have successfully been losing weight, but now the honeymoon period is over. It is the final two months of the diet, and their minds and bodies are fighting back. Dr. Chris van Tulleken and Professor Tanya Byron find out if the new personalized diets will help them stay on course, and the experts reveal the scientific secrets to permanent dieting success.
Online
2015
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What We Eat [electronic resource]

We like to think of ourselves as having a healthy diet, eating more fruit and knowing more about which foods are good or bad for us. But what's the truth-are we eating well or not? In this informative film, Professor Alice Roberts discovers the real story behind our modern-day eating habits. From the teabags that contain hefty doses of potentially dangerous fluoride, to the much-maligned hard cheese that could actually help you lose weight, this timely documentary profiles the foods we love to eat most. What do our choices say about us? What goes into our food and how can we get the best out of it? And, most importantly, what's in your shopping trolley?
Online
2015
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Losing Weight Prevents Cancer?

A new study shows that exercise and nutrition can affect proteins in the blood that can promote cancer.
Online
2019; 2017
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Losing Weight With Peer Pressure

Losing weight with exercise and diet is something that takes time and discipline. However, there’s another key ingredient that can help you drop extra pounds.
Online
2019; 2017
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Early Risers, Better Dieters?

Could when you wake up affect what kinds of food you eat? New research from UAB says there may be some scientific truth to the phrase, “early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.”
Online
2019; 2017