When you’re in an-all day session, doing a late-night gig, or a cross-country tour and hunger steps in, it’s quite easy to go for what’s quick and..yeah, easy. Getting some comfort food to save both time and money in the midst of a busy day is, of course, satisfying, but it could potentially make both your mind and body suffer, and furthermore negatively affect your work. We don’t say that you should go all green and never eat pizza again, but try to get some nutritious food inside your body even when you’re on a busy schedule. So, is there no way to get easy and nutritious food at the same time? Yes, there is.
Watch the video above to learn more or click here to watch the full interview with Dr. Lina Begdache.
Dr. Lina Begdache is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health and Wellness at Binghamton University, New York. She has a PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology from the same University, and a Master’s Degree in Nutrition Sciences from the University at Buffalo.
Dr. Begdache is a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist, a Certified Nutrition-Specialist-Scholar, a Certified Dietitian, and a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Her research focuses on depicting and modeling the links between dietary factors and mental distress (anxiety and depression).
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