Chris Armstrong
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We all talk a good game about how to eat, what to eat, and the importance of preparing our own food from quality ingredients. The truth is that everyone faces the same dilemmas from time to time. Whether it's travel, working late, business lunches, s...
Ron Ehrlich
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A personal health journey. I have spent the last few years writing my book, A Life Less Stressed – the 5 pillars to health and wellness. I’ve enjoyed the process. I describe it as an ‘exploration’, which it is. It’s an exploration of all of things I ...
Jen Broyles
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Christmas is almost here, and you know it’s time to finish up your holiday shopping, but you just don’t know what to buy for those remaining people on your list. Now, I probably can’t help you with all of them, but for those on your list who are heal...
B.J. Hardick
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Here’s a fun bit of trivia about a decidedly un-fun topic. The oldest documented human with kidney stones was found in a mummy that researchers believed lived close to 7,000 years ago in pre-dynastic Egypt....
Chris Kresser
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I was recently contacted by Mickey Trescott of autoimmunewellness.com, who had some very exciting news to share. The Paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) has been put to the test in a formal research study, and the results are nothing short of fantastic.F...
Bulletproof
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In a breakthrough study with an experimental drug, researchers at University College London successfully lowered levels of toxic proteins in the brain that cause Huntington’s Disease. Experts herald this momentous achievement as the biggest win in th...
Kelly Brogan
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Is seasonal depression real?As the temperatures drop and the winter jackets emerge, many people will be diagnosed with seasonal depression, also called seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Amazingly, as the weather changes, up to 10% of people living i...
uBiome
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What’s in your showerhead? We’re so glad you asked! Your showerhead might just be harboring bacteria, then blasting it onto your body, and possibly even into your lungs. A study carried out at the University of Colorado in 2009 by Dr. Norman Pace, a ...
uBiome
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This can be a reflective time of year for many of us as we take stock of the past year. In your deep reflective moments, have you considered that the way you use toilet paper is such a personal choice that scientists can identify who was in the loo b...
Will Cole
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As a functional medicine doctor and self-proclaimed health nerd, I’m obsessed with the world of the microbiome. I spend my time researching histamine intolerance, leaky gut syndrome, SIBO, and candida overgrowth like how others follow fantasy footbal...
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