Replay recent diabetes and obesity web chats
Browse through transcripts of recent chats on fitness, nutrition, diabetes and obesity.
12:00 PM EDT, July 6, 2011
What’s all the fuss about carbs? Are they really more important to count than calories? Many scientific studies link a low-carb diet to not only weight loss, but also to reversing many of our nation's ills includingdiabetes , heart disease,hypertension and cancer.
12:00 PM EDT, June 22, 2011
Can you stave off Alzhiemer's disease with exercise and good nutrition? Dr. Paul Nussbaum, a neurospsychologist who specializes in brain health, will talk about what you can do to keep your brain healthy, including taking dancing lessons, walking, gardening and eating foods with omega 3.
12:00 PM EDT, June 8, 2011
Celebrity Chef Charles Mattocks was already well known for frugal, healthy cooking tips. But eight months ago, when he learned he had diabetes, the 38-year-old dad added another twist to his cooking repertoire - cooking for diabetes. A regular on 'Today,' and 'The Dr. Oz Show,' Chef Mattocks shared his tips on cooking healthy, budget-friendly meals when you have diabetes - or if you just want to save money and eat well.
12:00 PM EDT, May 25, 2011
Living with diabetes has many challenges, but so does living with someone who has diabetes. That’s the topic of our next web chat 'When Your Loved One Has Diabetes: How to Nurture not Nag,' Noon to 1 p.m. Wed., May 25. Debra Sievers, a diabetes clinical nurse specialist at Florida Hospital Diabetes Institute, will field questions from both sides, and help participants find a happy healthy ground to living together with diabetes.
12:00 PM EDT, May 11, 2011
You've probably seen the NBC show, 'The Biggest Loser'. But what would happen if a bunch of college students set up a 'biggest loser contest' on campus? Join us on TODAY at noon for a live web chat with students and a trainer from the University of Central Florida who worked out, lost weight and learned life-long lessons in their own weight-loss contest. Learn how one student lost 25 pounds and how she plans to continue losing weight and working out, now that she has graduated and is moving into the real world. Log in and you’ll also learn what tips and motivation the personal trainers used — and how those tips might work for you.
12:00 PM EDT, April 27, 2011
When it comes to food, Americans have so many choices that it's no wonder we're confused. Going to a steakhouse? Order peppercorn sauce, the best choice, instead of Bearnaise sauce, the worst. Want pizza? Make a pie yourself, says Matt Goulding, co-author of the 'Eat This, Not That' series of books.
12:00 PM EDT, April 13, 2011
Find out ways to stay in the game, and what you may be doing to sabotage your exercise program. Dr. Sheila Collins, a researcher in the field of fat metabolism at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute at Lake Nona, and a former fitness trainer, shared mental tricks to achieve physical goals, and answered questions about the role of exercise in dieting.
12:00 PM EDT, March 30, 2011
Living in Japan while in high school, Wayne Andersen observed the effect that the low-fat Asian diet had on creating much lower levels of obesity, cancer, and heart disease, compared to Western cultures.
12:00 PM EDT, March 16, 2011
Has your doctor told you that you have prediabetes? Or that you're in danger of getting diabetes? Two diabetes experts answered questions about what prediabetes means and what you can do to ensure that you don't become diabetic.
12:00 PM EST, March 2, 2011
What's your motivation to lose weight? For one Orlando woman, it was the desire to have a baby. Meghan, who's 28, was borderline diabetic when her doctor told her she needed to lose weight before getting pregnant with her first child. Now after a year of diet and intense exercise, she has lost more than 100 pounds. Sobora, an Orlando disc-jockey, who lost 45 pounds and buffed up, uses Facebook as a motivational tool. Replay the web chat to read about their inspirational weight loss journey.
12:00 PM EST, February 16, 2011
HEALTH CHAT REPLAY
Tired of being obese? Considering bariatric surgery? Find out more in a replay from our live event with our guests from the Metabolic Medicine and Surgery Institute at Florida Hospital Celebration Health.
12:00 PM EST, February 2, 2011
Is your child’s baby fat turning into regular fat? America's obesity epidemic is claiming younger and younger victims. Find out how you can fight back with tips and insights from Florida Hospital pediatrician Dr. Angela Fals along with her Healthy 100 Kids team that includes a registered dietitian, an exercise physiologist and a psychologist.
12:00 PM EST, January 19, 2011
Did you miss our discussion on obesity and discrimination? You can read a replay of the event below.
12:00 PM EST, January 5, 2011
Don't miss our chat with Dr. Danine Fruge of the Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa about shaping up after the holidays! Ask our experts how to achieve your fitness and diet resolutions. Dr. Fruge will address weight loss and lifestyle changes. Plus we'll have Dr. Susan Mitchell, nutrition expert and dietitian, as well as Pete McCall, an exercise physiologist from the American Council on Exercise, to answer your fitness and diet questions.
December 8, 2010
Experts included Robyn Webb, renowned American Diabetes Association cookbook author and nutritionist and Fabiola Gaines. chief clinical dietitian for Depugh Nursing Center in Winter Park.
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