Mark Hyman
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My Daily RoutinePeople always want to know what I eat and do every day to stay energized and focused with everything on my plate. I talk a lot about cutting sugar and processed carbs and eating real, whole, fresh foods, exercising, and meditating...
Chris Armstrong
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We all talk a good game about how to eat, what to eat, and the importance of preparing our own food from quality ingredients. The truth is that everyone faces the same dilemmas from time to time. Whether it's travel, working late, business lunches, s...
uBiome
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We are excited to welcome Dr. Vincent Pedre to the uBiome Doctor’s Corner blog. Dr. Pedre is a top Functional Medicine specialist, and the acclaimed author of Happy Gut. Enjoy this interview with him to learn how you might be able to incorporate micr...
Jeffrey McCombs
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This is the 3rd time in 3 years that I’ve seen this warning coming from Dame Sally Davies, the UK’s Chief Medical Officer. It makes for an interesting study on how unaffected people are by this. Likewise, in 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) ...
Mark Sisson
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With autoimmune conditions, the most universally effective strategy you can employ is to reduce the inflammation response in the body. Eat Primal. Stop overtraining. Stop shortchanging sleep. Reduce stress. While going Primal slashes pro-inflammatory...
Bulletproof
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Being Bulletproof is, and always will be, based on evidence – from scientific studies, from observations out in the world, and from testing yourself and seeing what works. After years of reviewing the research, interviewing experts, and hearing perso...
Alvin Danenberg
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I met Bryan Carroll when I was speaking at the Ancestral Health Symposium in Seattle in September this year. He is a fascinating guy and the host of the Summit Integrative Wellness Podcast. He recently asked me to be on his show....
Christopher Stepien
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Sitting like you’re about to meditate for hours on the top of a mountain isn’t necessary for optimal health. But, sitting like a monk for 10 seconds can allow you to know how the health of your tissues are doing: kneesfront of your shins and ankles. ...
Doni Wilson
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Dr. Doni Wilson discusses leaky gut, how it makes MTHFR worse, how it affects methylation, and easy steps to recovery.More and more, people today are discovering they have an MTHFR mutation (or SNP, single nucleotide polymorphism). However, they are ...
Marc Bubbs
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In episode 42, Dr. Bubbs interviews world-renowned scientist and researcher, Professor Tim Noakes about his remarkable career. Prof Noakes talks about his start in medicine and how his career path transitioned to sport and exercise science, as well a...
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