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Caroline Potter is an NTP, educator, blogger, podcaster and photographer currently residing in Spain, where her husband is stationed while serving our country. What inspired you to become an NTP/NTC? After being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (more...
Brock Armstrong
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In this episode we begin an ongoing conversation topic... do endurance athletes need to be in ketosis to get the benefits of burning fat? Debbie and Brock chat in the first part of this episode about fat adapted vs. ketosis for endurance athletes. Th...
Mark's Daily Apple
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Intermittent fasting, schmittermittent schmasting. The hot new trend is the extended fast—eating nothing and drinking only non-caloric beverages for no less than three days and often as many as 30-40 days. A mere compressed eating window this isn’t.I...
Aviva Romm
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Taking back your kitchen is the fastest and most efficient way to take back your health. After 30 + years of experience with healthy, natural food preparation, I’m now thrilled to share with you all that I’ve learned about how to take whole foods and...
Terry Wahls
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As recently as twenty years ago, medical researchers thought that even light to moderate physical activity might worsen the effects of multiple sclerosis (MS). But that started to change with the U.S. Surgeon General’s 1996 “Report on Physical Activi...
Heather Moday
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Proteins are made out of amino acids, which are simple organic compounds that combine to form hormones, enzymes and neurotransmitters (brain chemicals). They’re essential to life and aid in metabolism, strength, repair and rebuilding inside the body....
Aviva Romm
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If you’ve heard of MTHFR and have no idea what it is, or feel like you should, or if you’ve discovered you have this genetic change and are feeling a bit shaken, this is episode is for you. I want to help clear up your concerns and offer guidance on ...
Isadora Guggenheim
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The incidence of ALS ranges from 1.5 to 2.5 per 100,000 individuals per year with a prevalence rate of approximately 3.9 to 8 per 100,000 in the U.S. Males are slightly more affected by the disease than females with a ratio of 1.6:1, risk is also inv...
Michael Ruscio
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Today we speak with Dr. Steven Lin regarding the oral microbiota and the mouth-gut axis.  We cover some very important topics, especially for those with fatigue, cavities, or who have any type of oral/dental disease like mouth lesions or bleeding gum...
Catherine Shanahan
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An astute reader of Deep Nutrition points out the connection between holiday season indulgences in high carb and vegetable oil rich foods and increased risk of autism....
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