Mark Hyman
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A few weeks ago I shared an article called What NOT to Eat about processed foods. Today, I want to talk to you about additives.How much of what we eat doesn’t even qualify as food? More than is good for us. There are 3,000 food additives on the m...
Mark Sisson
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It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll c...
uBiome
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Mycoplasma genitalium: it’s the sexually transmitted infection (STI) you’ve never heard of. Even though Mycoplasma genitalium is more common than the bacterium that causes gonorrhea in young adults aged 18-27, it’s not always part of standard STI sc...
Rory Heath
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In conversation, a friend brought up the concept of ‘Sustained Health Engineering’. Thanks Tommy and NBT! In my opinion, ‘Sustained Health Engineering’ is a healthcare model that emphasises the patient. The patient who can own their health by conside...
Doni Wilson
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Dr. Doni Wilson challenges the belief that Alzheimer’s disease is irreversible and offers six drug-free ways to restore brain plasticity and reverse cognitive impairment. Alzheimer’s is a subject on many people’s minds. For some, their aging parents ...
David Jockers
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The keto diet seems to have an ever-expanding list of benefits for brain and body. While we do have some insight into why this may be the case, we are discovering deeper ways in which a keto diet changes the body for the better. It has become common ...
Bulletproof
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If you tried paleo, you started eating real, nourishing foods, and you felt better. But, it’s a common complaint that people don’t lose weight on the paleo diet, or worse, gain weight There are several reasons you might not lose weight on the paleo d...
Pete Williams
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There is lots of talk in medicine about making our borders with the outside world safe. These bodily borders are where we get the opportunity to talk to and sample “outside” and for most of the time it can be a pretty scary world out there. Our borde...
Jessica Pantermuehl
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After pursuing her calling of becoming a Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Eliza Klearman opened her own micropractice in her small town. She now sees patients both in person and virtually, and focuses on word of mouth, networking with local practitioners, an...
Marc Bubbs
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In Season 2 Episode 16, Dr. Bubbs sits down with strength coach and head of sport science at The University of Notre-Dame Jordan Webb. In this episode, Jordan shares his experiences working in professional sport in the NBA, NFL, MLS as well as his cu...
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