Jen Broyles
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Bone broth continues to gain popularity and is recognized for its amazing healing properties. However, it’s still not consumed as often as it probably should be in order to truly experience the healing benefits. Bone broth is full of vitamins, minera...
Alvin Danenberg
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Although I am battling an aggressive form of multiple myeloma, it’s not about me. I know my potential life outcomes – I either will kick this malignancy at least into remission, or I will succumb to this bone marrow cancer. But let me tell you, it’s ...
Lindsay Christensen
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Neurobehavioral and mental health disorders, including autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, and anxiety are on the rise. At present, a shocking 1 in 59 U.S. children has autism, compared to 1 in...
Ron Ehrlich
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Naturopath, Dr Nirala Jacobi joins me to discuss the gut. We go on a food journey through the body and take it back to basics as to why the gut is so important. Nirala is well known for being the SIBO Doctor, SIBO stands for Small Intestinal Bacteria...
Ellen Antoine
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Chronic infections may be the root cause of many different conditions. Infections are caused by any type of pathogen (bacteria, virus, fungus or other organism) that invades the body,negatively impacts organs and ultimately causes harm to the body. O...
Isadora Guggenheim
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A team of researchers suggest new theory that Alzheimer's should be recognized as six different diseases rather than one. Alzheimer's is currently only categorized in two ways, early-onset or late-onset only defining at which stage of life a person d...
Ivor Cummins
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My second talk at the Low Carb Universe conference (Nov 15th 2018, Mallorca) - this one demystifies #Cholesterol Particle Counts in Heart DiseaseSure, LDL particles are part of the atherosclerotic process - but you gotta know the context in which the...
Arthur Haines
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With everything that industry touches, there are health costs to humans and the natural world. This is very true for modern hunting and the usual weapon of choice—firearms. Guns use a projectile that can strike the animal at incredible speed and at l...
Lauren Noel
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We’ve been getting this question a lot so we wanted to address it head on. 1) We don’t recommend that you get the flu shot. While we at Shine are not opposed to certain vaccines, we do not recommend the flu shot because of the toxins added and the la...
Chris Kresser
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A little stress is the spice of life, and it has its benefits. Healthy stress can help sharpen your focus so you can power through that work presentation, for example, creatively solve a pressing problem, or even run a 5K at top form. If you had no s...
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