The Power of Nutrition – Luke Corey, RD, LDN | UCLA Health Sports Performance powered by EXOS

The Power of Nutrition – Luke Corey, RD, LDN | UCLA Health Sports Performance powered by EXOS

Join UCLA performance nutritionist Luke Corey, RD, LDN, part of the UCLA Health Sports Performance team powered by EXOS, for a discussion about how the power of good nutrition can fuel your body for optimal performance when you exercise. He will share the latest research in sports nutrition to create diet plans for athletes of all ages, sports and performance goals. Learn more: https://www.uclahealth.org/sports-performance
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42 Comments

  1. You include cheese but not butter. Do you know that pasta is just flour, oil and egg. Doesn’t sound healthy. Bread is similar but with yeast.

  2. Thank you for sharing this knowledge. As an athlete, I was looking for something like this to be better and it can be life changing for the one who actually wants to achieve his goal.
    Thank you again for this precious knowledge!

  3. Thanks for this PSA, Luke and UCLA Health. Super informative. Thanks for promoting a better, healthier lifestyle and proactive living.

  4. Good presentation until he promoted dairy and meat. So much research shows the dangers of those sources of food. See WHAT THE HEALTH on YouTube or Netflix

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  6. Awesome video! The portioned eating approach that you use, though, while it’s more practical than calorie counting, its weakness is that we don’t know exactly how many calories we eat.

  7. What would you recommend for someone on shift work? And keeping a healthy scheduled diet? I usually work night shifts & could finish at 1am, 4am or 6am etc

  8. found the regular eating schedule idea of interest. Most of the rest of it was terrible information designed to kill people earlier and support the medical fix it after you’re sick industry. Fats are important for hormones. Those carbohyrates are not explained well at all. Nuts and seeds are dangerous and you didn’t warn about any of the problems. The breads and sweet fruits are dangerous and many Americans eat those wrongly. You didn’t talk about the dangers. Your portion sizes are simply dumb, most people are not average. Eating snacks and so many meals all day will increase the chances of getting cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. They will not be able to use free fatty acids very well, unless they exercise a bunch. Exercise only burns a few calories an hour. The beneits are more about helping body function better. People that have an eating window 13 hours long get cancer at a 40% higher frequency than people with a 12 hour eating window. Doesn’t it make sense to eat for a smaller eating window like 6 – 9 hours to allow autophagy and metabolic flexibility?

  9. Worry no more about searching for the best supplement because this will give you an everlasting solution to building up your muscles and recovering them as well

  10. He really glossed over the fruits and vegetables. Never gave examples of them like he did for the other food groups.

  11. Thanks Luke Corey, RD, LDN, part of the UCLA Health Sports Performance team. Good presentation and I feel I learned stuff I didn’t know before. Appreciate the vid.

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