Diana Rodgers
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On this epiosde of the Sustainable Dish Podcast I speak to Dr. Georgia Ede, a nutrtional psychiatrist. Dr. Ede studies the powerful scientific connection between food and brain health....
Steph Gaudreau
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Popular culture has made us believe that in order to get to the land of self-acceptance, fun, freedom, and adventure, we need alcohol. Veronica Valli realized that this could not be further from the truth after she stopped drinking at the age of 27, ...
Mark Hyman
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Food is the biggest cause of disease, which places a massive economic burden on families, societies, and nations. Disease is expensive: people with diabetes, on average, need $16,752 worth of health care each year, which explains why 1 in 4 of ou...
David Jockers
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One of the most common health problems in the world today is vitamin D deficiency. Around 1 billion people worldwide and 40% of Americans are deficient in this important vitamin. A vitamin D deficiency is associated with multiple chronic conditions i...
Ron Ehrlich
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Dr Sam Manger joins me to discuss lifestyle medicine, a practice that looks at the individual holistically. Sam covers a lot of territory in our chat, including how practitioners can incorporate lifestyle medicine into their practice. Sam is a medica...
Jen Broyles
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Do you meditate? I used to avoid it because I felt that I was a “bad meditator” because I couldn’t remove my thoughts. Turns out there’s no such thing as a “bad meditator” and meditation isn’t about eliminating thought. It’s about tuning into your th...
Laura Schoenfeld
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You’ve probably heard that eating more vegetables is always better.And it’s true; vegetables are some of the most nutrient dense foods you could eat. We all know edible plants should be a staple in nearly any health-promoting diet (except “carnivore”...
Alvin Danenberg
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Many readers have asked me to get very specific about my current daily cancer protocol. Before you read my story below, you must be aware that I am including specifics of MY daily cancer protocol – 8 critical aspects including products and doses. You...
Kurt Perkins
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We all had at least one science class using a petri dish in grade or high school. You know, the plastic sphere with the lid on it that housed bacteria? The things that really stunk up the room if left out too long? This may have been the bane of your...
Lindsay Christensen
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Mental health problems are exceedingly common in Lyme disease patients; there are over 340 peer-reviewed scientific journal articles documenting psychiatric symptoms associated with Lyme disease. (ref) A growing body of research indicates that neuro...
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