Sugar, Salt, and Fat: What The Science Says About Eating for Health - ONLINE

Sugar, Salt, and Fat: What The Science Says About Eating for Health - ONLINE

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Hooman Yaghoobzadeh, M.D., FACC, Clinical Associate Professor, Cardiologist, Weill Cornell Medicine, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Nutrition science seems like a moving target: one day, "butter is back," and the next low-fat diets are in vogue. Without clear and evidence-based guidance on healthy eating, it's easy to fall back on personal preferences, family traditions, and downright addictions. Bring all your nutrition questions to this interactive Q&A session with Dr. Hooman Yaghoobzadeh, a Weill Cornell cardiologist who treats his patients primarily using food as medicine. You'll learn how to regulate your blood sugar naturally, improve blood flow, and reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease.

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