Barry and Moe are back to discuss “empty calories” in this minisode of The Barry and Moe Nutrition Show:
The low-carb diet encompasses several highly-marketed diets, most recently the Paleo and the Ketogenic diet. Each of these examples takes the same general idea of a low-carb diet and add a few unique stipulations, but the core idea is consistent: ditch the carbs and you will lose weight.Continue reading
Healthy Gourmet owner Barry and friend Moe Schlachter, owner of Houston Family Nutrition and Registered and Licensed Dietitian (RD, LD), discuss and explain macronutrients in this introductory episode of The Barry and Moe Nutrition Show.
What is a macronutrient? How does your body use macros? Should you focus on one macro above the others? Listen to Barry and Moe answer these questions in a straightforward manner that anyone can understand.
Here is the first episode of The Barry and Moe Nutrition Show, An Intro to Macros:
In a world filled with opinions, theories, and frankly… a lot of nonsense, The Barry and Moe Nutrition Show is all about the facts behind nutrition, dieting, and exercise. Barry and Moe embark on a journey to help explain nutrition so we can make informed decisions to improve our health, and improve our lives.
Stay tuned for more episodes where Barry and Moe compare foods, compete in the kitchen, and discuss trending diets.
You can try Barry’s delicious and healthy recipes by ordering from the Healthy Gourmet menu.
Learn more from Moe by contacting his practice, Houston Family Nutrition (houstonfamilynutrition.com)
We at Healthy Gourmet have talked with nutritionists, dietitians, clients, family and friends about leading a healthy lifestyle and the main obstacles that get in the way. The most common obstacle that everyone cites? Time management.
Somehow, the most important thing in maintaining a healthy body, a healthy nutritional diet, falls by the wayside in our busy days. The morning rush to get to work on time takes precedence over making sure you get a healthy breakfast (especially in Houston). From a nutritional perspective this is so backwards… wouldn’t we all have more productive work days if we took the time to eat a nutritious breakfast instead of a quick, sugary treat that leaves us in a slump an hour later?Continue reading