Jill Carnahan
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Sometimes I feel as though science is catching up with ancient wisdom. Studies on meditation and prayer continue to build upon what religious leaders have been saying for centuries. Mindfulness is a mental state where a person is focusing on the...
Jeffry Gerber
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Associate Professor Andrew Mente, PhD, MA analyzes the data for limiting salt consumption for cardiovascular health. Here is the latest release from Low Carb Breckenridge 2018 Conference #LCB18 #LowCarbBreck #LowCarbConferences Presentation slide...
Mark Sisson
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For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering several questions drawn from the comment board of last week’s post on fasting vs carb restriction. First, how do I square my recommendations with the successful reports of potato dieters losing weight o...
Melissa Hartwig
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We use the term “emergency food” figuratively, to describe unexpected situations in which you may find yourself needing sustenance without an easy Whole30-compliant meal in sight. Often we couple the term with “on-the-go,” to describe situations in w...
Alvin Danenberg
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Leaky gut, periodontal disease, and all that jazz (meaning all those bacteria) play an important role in chronic disease. The tube that courses through the body (called the digestive tract, gastrointestinal (GI) tract, or the alimentary canal) is the...
Michael Ruscio
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What do you do if you have cleared SIBO but still have symptoms? Sometimes, all that is needed is a subtle push to help your gut fully heal. Today we will speak with Catherine, who, after clearing symptoms with another doctor,  was still suffering fr...
Justin Marchegiani
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Welcome to today’s live podcast with Evan Brand! In this podcast, the functional duo educates people about what Collagen is, why is it important and where it originates. Watch as they also explain how one loses Collagen and what affects it. Also, lis...
Ron Ehrlich
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Dr. Bruce Lipton joins me to discuss epigenetics and the subconscious mind. This is an incredible episode and one that is so interesting, powerful and multi-faceted that it’s hard, to sum up. There are so many stories and lessons to be taken from it,...
Isadora Guggenheim
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A study from the University of Melbourne has discovered a vital genetic mechanism that sheds light on how a vital cancer-suppressing gene prevents tumors from developing. This can help to identify patients that are at higher risk for the development ...
David Jockers
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The liver and gallbladder are involved in the formation of bile. Bile is primarily well-known as a digestive secretion that helps to digest fats. Bile does way more than this however and is actually very important for overall health. In fact, if you ...
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