Mark's Daily Apple
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Note: Many of you have written to me wondering about my newfound obsession with CrossFit. I’m responding to a steady stream of requests from CFers who want to do Primal but have been led to believe that the two are incompatible. Even if you have no i...
Laura Schoenfeld
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Thanks for joining us for episode 114 of The Ancestral RDs podcast. If you want to keep up with our podcasts, subscribe in iTunes and never miss an episode! Remember, please send us your question if you’d like us to answer it on the show.Today we are...
Isadora Guggenheim
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One of the most common manifestations of Parkinson's is sleep disturbances which are attributed to adverse effects of Parkinson's medications, other PD symptoms and neurodegeneration of central sleep regulatory areas. There is also accumulating evide...
Marc Bubbs
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In this episode, Dr. Bubbs sits down with successful entrepreneur, fashion leader and Canada's most influential sneakerhead Jason Burke to talk about the similarities between sports and start-up life, setting goals to reverse-engineer success, how he...
Eliza Klearman
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You want the best health care provider to move you toward a life of vitality.  So it is important to know the difference between a Licensed Naturopathic Doctor and others commonly referred to as “Naturopaths.” The American Association of Naturopathic...
Will Cole
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We live on a planet covered by majestic deep blue seas. In fact, 70 percent of the Earth’s surface is underwater. Our climate and health are both intimately connected to the ocean, as half the oxygen we breathe is being produced by plants growing in ...
uBiome
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We’re telling you now, it’s a lot. Please permit us the smallest amount of navel-gazing this week as we write this, our 100th, weekly newsletter. Yup, it was exactly 100 editions ago that we started pounding the keys to bring you what turned out to b...
Mark's Daily Apple
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My friend, former co-competitor, business partner, and writing buddy Brad Kearns had been on a “Quantified Self” kick, tracking biomarkers, testing blood sugar and ketone levels, and staying abreast of all the various ways we can quantitatively check...
Chris Kresser
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Fitbit, Apple Watch, and other wearable fitness trackers are increasingly popular worldwide. As medical practitioners, we of course want to encourage more physical activity in our patients. Do fitness trackers have a place in the clinical setting? Re...
Diana Rodgers
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On this episode of the Sustainable Dish podcast I speak with Russ Conser of The Grassfed Exchange about regenerative agriculture, generating and gathering data, and the future of sustainability....
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