Ron Ehrlich
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Mould refers to hundreds of species that fall under the fungi group. While its smell and look are undesirable, the health consequences are even more undesirable and in some cases, very serious. For mould to grow it requires exposure to moisture, whic...
Bulletproof
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Research shows that apple cider vinegar increases ketosis – the metabolic state your body undergoes when it burns fat for fuel in the absence of glucose from carbs. Ahead, why apple cider vinegar is not your average vinegar, plus its superb healing a...
Kurt Perkins
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As a reader you have learned that elevated fibrinogen, hsCRP, a CT heart scan and homocysteine are among the many known risk factors for progressive heart disease. It now turns out that there is a blood test that is an even a better indicator than an...
Mark Sisson
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Last week’s Q&A about cultivating wildness was a lot of fun, but there were some questions I didn’t get to in the original post. Today, I’m going to answer some more. From stirring stories of a father and son pursuing and living their dream after...
Will Cole
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Winter can be a welcome time to spend quiet nights on the couch cozied up with your loved ones and favorite Netlflix shows. But after months inside with a gradually decreasing episode queue and a growing indent in your couch, winter can quickly becom...
Mark Sisson
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While few if any of us get to choose everything that will happen in our days, the morning, in particular, has the power to determine who/what will be leading the way and how much we give to our own interests—versus simply responding to others’ as the...
Jolene Brighten
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Feel confused by food?  No worries. You’re not alone. Food is perhaps one of the most controversial and confusing topics. In this guest post from my respected colleague and friend, Dr. Mark Hyman, we’ll set the record straight on some pretty big heal...
Laura Schoenfeld
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If you train with any level of frequency and intensity, you’ve probably heard the term overtraining before. So what is overtraining, and how do you know if you’re overdoing exercise? This article will answer that question. But first, let’s talk about...
Isadora Guggenheim
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Patients with mild cognitive impairment due to Parkinson's disease (PD-MCI) may be able to revert back to normal cognition acording to a literature review article published in Neurology. It stated that "many patients with PD-MCI reverted to normal c...
Melissa Hartwig
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Dear Melissa,I started the program with most of the information I thought I needed, as I work in a health food store and my co-workers and boss are very supportive of my choices and advocates of the program. But the more I read I am a little discoura...
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