Author Archive: Joseph Dixon

Class 2 – Nutrition and Health – Spring 2021 – January 22nd – Chapter 1 in McGuire; Results of Class Survey

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Class 1 – Nutrition and Health – Spring 2021 – January 19th – Introduction to Class

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Class 28 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2020 – Dec 10th – Review Class for Final Exam

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Class 27 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2020 – Dec 8 – Chapter 14 Nutritional Requirements in pregnancy and Infants

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Class 26 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2020 – Dec 3 – The “Obesity Explosion” book; Lecture on Eating Disorders

I had this for dinner last night and for lunch today: Pasta e Fagioli The Obesity Explosion Book: What is the meteor that is targeting the earth?

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Class 25 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2020 – Dec 1 – Going Over Diets, this Semester’s Diet Assignment, and Vitamin Supplements

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Class 24 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2020 – Nov 24th- Chapters 12 & 13 in McGuire – Major and Trace Minerals and the Beginning of Life

https://aeon.co/videos/we-are-born-of-supernovas-our-spectacular-and-totally-ordinary-origin-story The remaining 5 Lectures will proceed in the following way: Tuesday 11-24 – Chapters 12 and 13 – Minerals Lecture – Major and Trace – there could be a whole semester class on minerals – but I will cover the basics in one lecture.  It will be exciting and earth shattering as usual! After …

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Class 23 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2020 – Nov 19th- Chapter 11 in McGuire – Fat Soluble Vitamins – Vitamins D, K, and E

Some observations from Dermatologists – No Matter What – Get advice from your Dermatologist before you use topical retinoids! Do not use if you plan to become Pregnant! Remember, I call Retinoids the most Powerful Molecules in the Universe!

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Class 22 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2020 – Nov 17th- Chapter 11 in McGuire – Fat Soluble Vitamins – Vitamins A and D

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Monday Morning Update – November 16, 2020 – Nutrition and Health – Fall 2020

Monday Morning Update – Nov 16th 2020 I hope you are all doing well!   The Covid crisis is getting worse – thank goodness Rutgers elected for on-line courses for most classes. In our class we had Exam 2 last week and the grades in general were quite good.  If you had a problem and could …

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