One of the best parts of being a Nutritional Therapist is that I never need to be the slightest bit abashed about having a “watch later” list, online feeds, and a kindle all bursting at the seams with food- and nutrition-related content. I pick it up everywhere!
As you might imagine, not everything that finds its ways into my hands is great. Some of that content is lackluster. Some of it makes me mutter, grumble and stab the “delete” button ferociously. But some of those videos, books, and articles are really good.
So today I’m launching a once-a-month feature here on the blog I’m titling “Other People’s Stuff.” In OPS posts, I’ll pass along the videos, pdfs and other goodies I’ve run across that are the most accessible, interesting and powerful. Consider it my curated list of nutrition tidbits most worth your time.
To get us started, here is a fantastic TED talk by obesity doctor Sarah Hallberg with the rundown on why the ADA instructions for diabetics are actually making people sicker and why, plus simple and effective guidelines to follow instead. Enjoy!