Kira Sutherland
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With the year in full swing it almost feels ironic to be talking about sleep; nobody is getting any and no one has time for it! Sleep is one of the 7 pillars that I feel so many of us are challenged by. Something as simple as closing your eyes and si...
Peter Bowes
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Every two seconds, someone in the world will have a stroke. Almost two-thirds of survivors leave hospital with some form of disability.  It is a battle against time to get the most appropriate medical intervention and treatment for stroke victims and...
Houston Anderson
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Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome or “POTS” was once classified as a rare “syndrome” but in reality, its incidence rate is increasing each year since 2004. Unfortunately, there aren’t very many answers when it comes to POTS in your traditiona...
Mark Sisson
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For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions. First, can LDL actually infiltrate the arteries, or is there more to the story? Malcolm Kendrick says there’s more to the story, so I dig into some literature to see if they corroborate...
Chris Kresser
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Contrary to what we’ve been told, industrial seed oils such as soybean, canola, and corn oils are not “heart healthy” or otherwise beneficial for our bodies and brains; in fact, plenty of research indicates that these oils are making us sick. Read on...
Steph Gaudreau
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Most of us know the importance of mobility, finding your breath and addressing all areas of your body during a workout. So what do you do when you find that you don’t have the time to integrate these necessary aspects into your regular routine?...
Julianne Taylor
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When I did the research for the TV series “Why are we fat?” presented by New Zealand Chef (and programme guinea pig) Simon Gault, the overwhelming reason experts around the world gave for the massive increase in our collective weight was the amount o...
Isadora Guggenheim
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A closer look at handling your child's allergies. A new study has discovered that elimination of food that triggers atopic dermatitis or eczema in children is associated with increased risk of developing immediate reactions to that food....
Ron Ehrlich
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How is the health of businesses or a company assessed? The often quoted ‘triple bottom line’ encompasses financial, social and environmental considerations. However, most often it is financial which really is the bottom line. How does human capital f...
Michelle Sands
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GLOW Monday Challenge: No Dining Out Challenge! Okay, so before you start making excuses and complaining how busy you are this week or that you can’t cook, hear me out! Eating at home does require more time and effort, but can we talk about some of t...
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