Chris Kresser
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The link between the HPA axis and the gut microbiotaI’ve talked a lot about the function of the HPA axis and its role in health and disease, but for those who are newer to this subject, let’s start with a review. The HPA axis is a dynamic system, com...
Bulletproof
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Dr. Ted Achacoso…  Possibly one of the smartest guys around… On Health Optimization Medicine. What’s that you say? He ties together clinical metabolomics, epigenetics, bioenergetics, your gut immune systems, artificial intelligence, chronobiology, ev...
Sachin Patel
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When a person sits back and looks at certain trends, one of the most alarming is how fast more and more people are being diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disorder like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Sadly, dementia is the number one cause of death in...
Mark Sisson
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My staff and I are quite close. Things stay busy these days, so there isn’t a lot of downtime, but I’ve worked with some of these folks for over a decade. We don’t discuss every grisly detail of our lives with each other. But we do share. We care abo...
Marc Bubbs
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Season 2 Episode 21, Dr. Bubbs sits down with Greg Nuckols MS(c), exercise physiologist with special research interest in strength development and former world-record holding powerlifter. In this episode, Greg talks about the history and theory of pe...
Bulletproof
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It’s time to set the record straight about the effects of nicotine on your brain. Nicotine — an oily liquid made by plants to keep bugs and animals away – is in the same chemical family as caffeine. And like caffeine, nicotine received a bad rap for ...
Isadora Guggenheim
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Monsanto's "RoundUp" contains a chemical known as Glyphosate. This chemical is known to have disrupting effects on sexual development, genes and beneficial gut bacteria at doses considered "safe". Please don't use this product or any other Monsanto p...
Bulletproof
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Is canola oil good for you? It’s a question nutritionists and food industrialists have been debating for decades. The controversy dates back to the 1950s, when the FDA banned rapeseed oil because of its negative effects on the heart, liver and kidney...
Bulletproof
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Stimulating the brain with electromagnetic pulses could reduce food cravings in people with obesity, a new study has found. Researchers from Italy showed that stimulating the brain increases the levels of neurotransmitters, namely the feel-good chemi...
David Jockers
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As a Functional Medicine Practitioner who specializes in thyroid health, I am often asked about what natural remedies support the thyroid. Over the years, I have found the remedies that work and the ones I recommend my patients use on a daily basis....
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