Nutrition Advisor in Pakistan
Nonetheless, this show will give you straight-forward, real information while demystifying some of the most ridiculous misconceptions around nutrition perpetuated by food manufacturers and mainstream media. 3. The Rich Roll Podcast For those vegan listeners and learners, The Rich Roll Podcast is a quirkily professional source of knowledge and science around not only vegan nutrition but vegan nutrition as an athlete. With a variety of powerful interviews, Rich Roll has taken his own experience after writing his renowned memoir, Finding Ultra, and aims to educate anyone looking to further their health on a plant-based, vegan lifestyle that may also include intense exercise paths such as ultra-endurance training or even the more seemingly mellow forms of exercise and wellness such as meditation and yoga. My only qualms with Rich Roll, compared to others on this list, is that he himself lacks a level of pep that keep listeners engaged, particularly in his introductions in each episode.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://guardianlv.com/2013/09/top-5-free-nutrition-podcasts/
Virginia Tech nutritionist helps Hokies get proper fuel
Participate in the design of baseline, mid-term and end of project evaluations for nutrition program or nutrition components of multi-sectoral program. Monitor the evaluation process and provide input and clarification as needed. Review evaluation findings and ensure that lessons and recommendations are captured in the Lessons Learned database. Required Nutrition professional with a Masters Degree in nutrition or equivalent. Significant professional experience, at least 3 years, of working at a senior advisory level in nutrition for international NGOs. Proven representation and advocacy skills. Strong commitment to capacity building of national staff and partners with willingness to adopt a participatory and consultative approach.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://reliefweb.int/job/600636/nutrition-advisor-pakistan
Virginia Tech started its sports nutrition program in 2002 under Amy Freel, whos now at Indiana. Her successor, Schafer, first got into the nutrition side of sports as a basketball player at Roanoke College. I was this player that wanted to know everything to make myself better, Schafer said. And I knew nothing about nutrition. There was nobody that knew anything about nutrition. She found someone like-minded in Freel.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.roanoke.com/sports/colleges/2204730-10/virginia-tech-nutritionist-helps-hokies-get-proper-fuel.html
Journalists schooled on nutrition
Madam Wilhelmina Okwabi, Deputy Director and Head of the Nutrition Department at the Ghana Health Service, said recent analysis on epidemiological evidence showed that in Ghana 40% of all deaths before the age of five were due directly and indirectly to under nutrition, making it the single most important cause of child mortality. She said a recent study suggested that the high prevalence of under nutrition, coupled with inadequate maternal and child care behaviour such as low rate of iron supplementation among pregnant women, early or late initiation of complementary feeding among children, might be reasons for the stagnated child mortality levels in Ghana. Madam Okwabi said while there was a steady improvement of the nutritional situation in recent years, the prevalence of under nutrition was still unacceptably high. She listed feeding practices, food security, food safety, health care, water, sanitation and hygiene, socio-cultural and caring practices as the major determinants of malnutrition. Madam Okwabi said under nutrition in Ghana resulted in stunting, underweight and that the three northern regions as well as the Central Region had the highest rates of stunting and wasting. She said the rates were linked closely to food insecurity situation in those areas according to the Ministry of Healths 2007 National Health Policy.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.ghanabusinessnews.com/2013/09/07/journalists-schooled-on-nutrition/