Live It: The Online Health Show
Episode 14: Nutrition in Pregnancy
Did you know what a woman eats while pregnant not only affects her child but her grandchildren as well?
Simple ways you can live healthier, longer.
From the place where people live the longest in the nation, comes a health series unveiling the secrets of living a long and healthy life. Through an easy-to-understand format with animations highlighting Loma Linda University Health research, our online health show inspires viewers to LIVE IT. Each 2-3 minute online video health series features simple tips to live healthier, longer.
Loma Linda has been called the Lovely Hill and has been featured on National Geographic, Oprah, CNN and countless media around the world. This small city in Southern California where people live nearly a decade longer than the average American is home to Loma Linda University Health. Our researchers have been studying lifestyle habits in Adventists for half a century and Loma Linda University Health, the leading organization on wellness and prevention, holds these treasured research findings on this popular subject. Now it’s time to share their secrets of longevity with the world.
Episode 1: Reduce Cholesterol with Nuts
Episode 2: Reduce the Amount of Bacteria in Reusable Bags
Episode 3: Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease with Pomegranates
Episode 4: Active Standing, the New Sitting
The average American spends 13 hours a day doing this. Some researchers call it the “new smoking.” In fact, you’re probably doing it right now—sitting. But, getting up and moving periodically throughout the day is key to protecting you from developing chronic diseases.
Episode 5: Improve Short-Term Memory with Laughter
Episode 6: Lose Weight with Avocados and Almonds
Episode 7: Reduce Risk of Heart Disease with Water
Episode 8: Reduce Risk of Heart Disease with a Mediterranean Diet
Episode 9: Spiritual Health Improves Physical & Mental Quality
Episode 10: Reduce Risk of Chronic Diseases with a Vegetarian Diet
Episode 11: Fight Colon Cancer with Dried Fruit
Many of you may remember being told as a child to eat your greens because they make you healthy and strong! Well, even as an adult this idea still holds true. In fact, pairing it up with dried fruit, legumes and brown rice may build a protective barrier against colon cancer.