Betty Murray
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Kids, job, cooking, cleaning and everything else in between. When life weighs you down and gets in your way you might need a little extra help. Sure, you already pop a few vitamins each morning and try your best to watch your diet, as well as exercis...
Isadora Guggenheim
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Did you know you had your own tiny universe that you carry around with you? The gut microbiome is its own world made up of species of bacteria, viruses, fungi and archaea. Crucial to your health is maintaining the right balance of these. Antibiotics...
David Jockers
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Water fasting has been practiced throughout history and is considered the most ancient healing practice. There are tremendous health benefits to water fasting but it can be a challenging experience the first few times someone goes through it. The p...
Steph Gaudreau
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Everyone’s health and wellness journey unfolds differently, and the things we choose to focus on first can vary. For me, it was food and movement that came first. Several years later, I finally began to think about what I was putting on my body – my ...
Marc Bubbs
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Season 2 Episode 48, Dr. Susan Kleiner PhD returns to the Dr. Bubbs Performance Podcast to share her latest insights on performance nutrition and fueling athletes. In this episode, Susan talks about the importance of understanding “why” before design...
Ivor Cummins
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And here is the footage of the #CholesterolScience debate, with Dr. Joel Kahn having a sporting shot tomorrow (Friday 14th December).I for my part had a great time riffing with Dave Feldman on a load of health-related stuff: cholesterol of course, th...
Kira Sutherland
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The ATMS National Seminar Series is back for another year and I am lecturing. Between March and June 2019, Lara Briden and I will be touring Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney and Perth teaching you all about the female reproductive hormones’ inf...
Chris Kresser
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Do you have a thyroid disorder? They’re increasingly common—in fact, approximately 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease. (1) Numerous factors can impact your thyroid, like chronic stress, pituitary dysfunction, resistance to thyroid...
Rupy Aujla
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I chat with friend and medical colleague Dr Anita Mitra about all things to do with colourful eating. You can listen to the Podcast here. We talk about: What is a phytochemical? Why do plants have different colours and smells? The difference between ...
Diana Rodgers
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I love yoga, try my best to meditate (I’m not very good) and am super excited to announce that I’m partnering again with my favorite yoga studio in Concord, Massachusetts in January for a month of wellness. Last year was a huge success and we’re addi...
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