Eliza Klearman
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In my last article, I touched on some of the research to show that the flu shot may not provide the prevention that we would hope. Fortunately, there are many ways to prevent the flu and the secondary infections that come along with it. If you feel t...
Mark Sisson
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With more people enthusiastic about the ketogenic diet comes more talk about potential adverse side effects. Upon closer examination, almost all of the complaints can be traced to a flawed approach. Granted, if you are coming to the game with signifi...
Chris Kresser
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The stress response is an innate and essential mechanism that ensures survival. When the body perceives a threat, the acute stress response kicks into gear. The sympathetic nervous system releases norepinephrine and epinephrine, which increase blood ...
Isadora Guggenheim
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It may be that taking this drug might raise the risk for behavioral problems like: ADHD, hyperkinetic disorder and severe ADHD. The question is whether acetaminophen is a hormone disruptor and does it alter brain development in developing babies? W...
Michael Ruscio
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Today we discuss adrenal testing, mitochondrial health, testosterone, stress, calories, body comp, and much more with Dr. Ben House. Dr. House knows his stuff, and this conversation was extremely insightful. Dr. R’s Fast FactsToo much here for Fast F...
Jen Broyles
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You’ve been interested in essential oils for a while now and you know how good they are for your health and wellness, but... something is holding you back from giving them a try. My guess, it’s either: You don’t think you have the time to incorporate...
Bare Bones Broth Co.
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Gelatin and collagen are two proteins getting a lot of attention these days. Touted for their ability to heal everything from our gut to our joints, and reverse the aging of our skin, hair and nails, these proteins are similar, but different. You’ve ...
Heather Moday
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Why am I sniffling and sneezing in the fall? It must be a cold. Allergies happen in the spring, right? Actually, fall and winter allergies are really common and often get confused with a viral infection.Yes, fall allergies are a real thing. The bigge...
Chris Kresser
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Ever brought home fresh veggies from the farmers market and wondered how to cook them, or looked at the charred ends of a juicy steak and questioned if it was good for you? Luckily, food science has the answers. Read on to learn what the evidence say...
Akil Palanisamy
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A ketogenic diet with 70% fat improves brain function in Alzheimer’s disease patients better than any drug ever tested for the disease, according to data presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference last month.In a pilot study, A...
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