Keeping It Real: Real Food, Real Health, Real Science is a webinar series that provides unique opportunities for dialogue with prestigious and independent voices who are working to improve human nutrition, the food system, and public health. We feature an array of guests, including Dr. Lustig and other esteemed professionals in the nutrition and health fields.
Keep up the momentum in the 10-day Real Food Challenge and watch our two videos below filmed at MyFitnessPal headquarters - just for the challenge!
IRN Webinars are hosted by Luci Gabel, Nutrition and Fitness expert who holds a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology with an emphasis on genetics, an education in Nutrition and Dietetics, a Bachelor’s in Physical and Psychological Health and an MBA. Luci's website is www.lucifit.com.
Just catching on? Check out past webinars:
September 21, 2015 - Hosted by Luci Gabel featuring Lawrence Williams and Leslie Lee recorded live at MyFitnessPal headquarters in San Francisco. When eating at restaurants, it can be hard to tell by looking at the menu what’s actually healthy and what’s not. Lawrence Williams, President of the United States Healthful Food Council (USHFC) has created the Responsible Epicurean and Agricultural Leadership (REAL™) program to recognize restaurants for their healthy food preparation. Leslie Lee, Registered Dietitian and Director of Education & Community Development here at the Institute for Responsible Nutrition, is a leader in the movement to change the way food is produced, marketed and distributed so that it promotes good health instead of illness. Our guests shared practical tips for eating real food when eating out.
September, 16, 2015 - Hosted by Luci Gabel featuring Dr. Maya Adam and Chef Cindy Gershen recorded live at MyFitnessPal headquarters in San Francisco. Cooking at home is one way to control the quality of your food. But, for many, it seems like a difficult and time-consuming task. Dr. Maya Adam of Stanford University helps adults prepare simple, delicious home-cooked meals that children also love. Chef Cindy Gershen of Sunrise Bistro in Walnut Creek teaches high school athletes how to fuel their bodies for optimal performance by cooking. Our guests shared simple tips that take the stress out of cooking clean, real food and turn it back into an enjoyable celebration.