Mark Hyman
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We’ve all been there: A few bites of pie turns into two pieces, one cookie turns into a whole sleeve.There’s a reason for this, and no it’s not a lack of willpower. Foods like sweets, as well as extra salty and fatty foods, are called “hyperpalat...
David Jockers
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Intermittent and extended fasting are healing strategies that have been used throughout history and have become popular in many health circles today. Many individuals struggle with various symptoms as they begin fasting and certain supplements can h...
Rupy Aujla
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In this podcast I have a great discussion with a good friend of mine from Sydney  – Dr Steven Lin – discussing nutrition and dental health. We talk about the structure of our jaws, dentition and how nutrition affects the development of airway structu...
Laura Schoenfeld
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Did you know there’s a link between the health of our gut and intense, strenuous exercise?We all know that exercise is good for us. Whether we enjoy exercising or not, we can at least all agree that it’s a health-promoting activity.It gets us moving ...
Alvin Danenberg
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Who is leading whom? Is the medical profession taking the lead to educate people about healing and health? Or, are patients forcing their doctors to get educated or else? My answers are “No” to the former and “Yes” to the latter....
Rory Heath
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We are taught from childhood to wash our hands after playing outside, before eating food or after we go to the loo. In healthcare we are taught to wash our hands at ‘the five points of contact’; before patient contact, before doing any aseptic proced...
Justin Marchegiani
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When you think of mushrooms, you might think of something you eat. Perhaps you think back to childhood, being told not to touch mushrooms growing outside, as they might be poisonous. You might even think of mushrooms as a drug. Mushrooms can be any a...
Ron Ehrlich
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Tim Wright regenerative farmer, holistic manager, educator and soon to be published author joins me to discuss regenerative agriculture. There are important things to learn from this episode, whether you are living in the country or city, we are all ...
David Jockers
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Everyone experiences tight muscles throughout their lives. Tight muscles can occur for a number of reasons. They can be temporary or chronic, either way, they can be frustrating and painful. They can limit your movement and interfere with your life i...
Christopher Kelly
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The Nourish Balance Thrive podcast is designed to help you perform better. Christopher Kelly, your host, is co-founder of Nourish Balance Thrive, an online clinic using advanced biochemical testing to optimize performance in athletes. On the podcast,...
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