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Stanford internist discusses how diet affects health

Think you eat a nutritious diet but still find yourself battling sugar cravings, feeling fatigued and struggling to lose weight? Then carve out time today to watch this talk by Stanford internist Nicole Peoples, DO. In this video lecture, she explains what happens once food enters your system, how your body responds to it and why the food choices you're making could be contributing to these and other symptoms.

Previously: Most Americans don’t eat enough plant-based foodsStanford nutritionist offers guidelines for eating healthy on the go and Stanford expert discusses motivating Americans to make better nutritional choices

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