Mila McManus
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Here is a great example of the uncertainty of ingredient labels and the fact that manufacturers have a great deal of leeway regarding what they put on the label. In March 2016, I spotted this product (Left) and while “ Made in China” gave me pause, m...
Chris Kresser
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Our modern lives are full of stress, distraction, and disconnection. That has an impact on our nervous systems—and our gut health. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Allison Post about how your gut wellness is tied to your nervou...
Mark Sisson
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I’m continuing my crusade of keto mythbusting. Recently, there was keto crotch, then keto bloat, and today I’m returning to one of the O.G. myths—keto body odor. Yes, it seems detractors of the keto diet are hell-bent on making you think your body wi...
Emily Deans
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In the last decade or so, we have increasingly appreciated the true significance of the interactions between a human host and trillions of beasties living on the skin and in the gut. This has led to a huge increase in the number of studies on the mic...
Mark Hyman
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Do you ever feel that you spend way too much time on your phone or social media or comparing yourself to others? Many people use social media as a way to connect to one another, but increased use is actually associated with increases in perceived lon...
Chris Kresser
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Have you ever felt your brain function faltering after a particularly stressful week or wished you could supercharge your cognition? Here’s how you can optimize your brain for better performance.The post How to Optimize Your Brain for Better Cognitiv...
David Jockers
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Two reasons why people fast are to lose fat and improve their mental clarity. In order to do either of those things, the body needs to reach a state of autophagy — your body’s natural method of detoxification. In this article, I am going to go over ...
Isadora Guggenheim
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About 2,000 previously unknown species of bacteria in the gut have been discovered by a team of international researchers using metagenomic data. This discovery immensely expands our knowledge of the species living inside of us and establishes new co...
Claudine Aherne
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I get asked this question all the time. People who want to maintain their balance know that doing regular exercise will help them to feel stronger and steadier on their feet. They are thinking about going to the gym but aren’t sure if it’s right for ...
Mila McManus
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Transfer factors exist naturally in the human body and are short strands of amino acids and small bits of ribonucleic acid (RNA). According to Aaron White, Ph.D. and author of Transfer Factors & Immune System Health, “research strongly suggests t...
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