Archive for the ‘Videos’ Category

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

N101 Nutritional Tips Video – Fat Burners

Monday, May 17th, 2010

N101 Nutritional Tips Video – Energy Drink

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

n101 nutritional tips video – creatine

Monday, March 15th, 2010

n101 – nutritional tips video – protein

Monday, March 15th, 2010

N101 Nutritional Tips Video – E.F.A.

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Information about Digestive Enzymes {video}

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

Natalie says:
“Digestive Enzymes are enzymes that specifically work in the digestive system to facilitate the digestion, absorption, and transportation of nutrients. They also work to promote timely elimination of digestive waste products that are not of use to the body. Without enzymes, our cells would not get adequate nutrition and we would not survive.
Enzymes function as catalysts to enhance and dramatically speed up biochemical reactions that occur in every one of our cells. They are only activated in water, so staying hydrated is very important for enzymes to work effectively. Enzymes must be present to ensure proper digestion of nutrients, energy production, metabolism, transportation of fluid to cells, and elimination of toxins among many other functions.

Enzymes exist in foods to help our body’s breakdown what we eat. Raw, uncooked foods are the only foods that contain enzymes. Since the majority of our diets are cooked foods, we significantly limit the enzymes available in our food for digestion, thus putting more stress on our digestive systems. Some supplemental enzymes should be taken with food to enhance digestion and absorption of nutrients, whereas other supplemental enzymes should be taken on an empty stomach to support circulation, decrease inflammation, support our immune systems and combat stress. Imbalances in these factors have been scientifically proven to be associated with or the cause of numerous diseases.”

Top 10 Best Foods {Video}

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Natalie counts down the top 10 best foods you could eat.

In a fast food nation, eating healthy food becomes difficult to do. Yet a poor diet contributes to low energy, obesity, stress, health problems and high medical bills. If you eat better, you will feel better and this video discusses some of the foods you should avoid.