Eliza Klearman
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Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth, or SIBO, is a chronic infection in the small intestine, and even though you might not have problems with digestion, it could be affecting your health. The small intestine is where you absorb most of your nutrient...
Chris Kresser
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The conventional view of SIBOSmall intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is a functional gastrointestinal disorder in which excessive bacteria are present in the small intestine. (1) For many years, the conventional view in the SIBO world has been t...
Paul Nottoli
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In this episode with talk with Dietitian Cassie of dietitiancassie.com on all things metabolism. In this episode you learn: Why metabolism isn’t just calories in and calories out. How fat is your friend. How sleep and stress levels regulate your meta...
David Jockers
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Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV), also known as mononucleosis or mono, is a virus that is transmitted from human to human through body fluids. EBV is commonly referred to as the kissing disease but can be spread through many different types of contact includ...
Will Cole
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The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tells us that over one third of American adults are obese. Furthermore, obesity is a major precursor for a number of chronic conditions including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certa...
Mark's Daily Apple
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I was beginning to rest on my laurels. It had been months since the inbox had flooded with upset readers asking me to address the latest episode of the conventional establishment’s attack on healthy food and living. Until last week, when people start...
Jolene Brighten
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Hypothyroidism and iron deficiency have more in common than you might think. From fatigue to hair loss, these two conditions can not only make you feel miserable. They are also intimately tied when it comes to your health. What is Hypothyroidism? Hyp...
Beverly Meyer
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The correct supplements for adrenal fatigue changed my life more than once. First diagnosed with low cortisol after a heat stroke in 1987, I fell to almost complete adrenal failure in 2001 after severe Epstein Barr Virus.My goal has always been to re...
Justin Marchegiani
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In today’s podcast, Dr. Justin Marchegiani and Evan Brand talk about Complete Blood Count (CBC) Markers, Red Blood Cell and White Blood Cell components and each of its roles in the human body. They also discussed about the difference between Iron, B1...
Isadora Guggenheim
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It did not take long for Medscape to post an article condemming clinicians for linking obesity, diabetes and Alzheimer's to the consumption of grains. They call it grain-blaming although the article admits that high blood sugar levels are linked to A...
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