Chris Kresser
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As Hippocrates once said, “All disease begins in the gut.” Researchers have indeed found that many diseases are linked to changes in gut microbes or gut function. I’ve written many articles on connections between the gut and other organs on my blog: ...
Scott Beyer
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Did you know that 60 percent ofthose with thyroid disease are unaware that their thyroid gland is not functioning properly? Hypothyroidism,or an underactive thyroid gland, is the most common thyroid disorder. Sadly, the condition often goesundiagnose...
Michael Fox
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Here is another example where medicine still has not embraced causation. Insulin resistance is the underlying cause of pre-eclampsia and the cause of heart disease. Again, there is no surprise here, that women with the most severe form of pre-eclamps...
Mark Sisson
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I joke around a lot and give them hell, but I have love and respect for plant-based diets and the people who eat them. These folks come at health from an entirely different place, and, it’s true, I don’t think their diets are optimal. I think they ge...
Suzy Glaskie
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Do you remember when you grazed your knee and your mum kissed it better and gave you a sweetie? Or you had a day off school poorly? Then it was a lovely, warm meal made with love. A fight with your sibling? Maybe an ice cream. And so it progressed: ...
Diana Rodgers
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On this episode of the Sustainable Dish podcast I speak with Mark Sissson of Mark’s Daily Apple about keto, Primal Kitchen products and Mark’s upcoming books and projects, including Primal Kitchen Restaurants!...
David Jockers
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In today’s society, we have an epidemic of obesity. With this there is also a growing trend of people who are tired of living a suboptimal life and are looking for ways to be healthy. Considering excess body fat is a risk factor for many of America’s...
Isadora Guggenheim
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Study found that perimenopausal women between the ages of 40-59 were less likely than others in their age group to get at least 7 hours of sleep each night. When it comes to postmenopausal it is quantity over quality. Postmenopausal women between the...
Bulletproof
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Vegetables have fewer nutrients than ever and that could be because of increases in atmospheric CO2, according to an article by Politico. Along with the depletion of essential nutrients, crops’ sugar levels are rising, making our veggies the least nu...
Jen Broyles
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When you’re suffering from Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), finding foods that don’t leave you with stomach cramps and belly pain can be hard. Planning whole meals around SIBO, can be even harder. That’s why my friend Rebecca Coomes deve...
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