Mark Hyman
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Did you know that 77% of Americans say they regularly experience symptoms caused by stress, 50% experience fatigue, and 30% experience digestive issues? Digestive upset and fatigue together are an excellent combination for impairing the immune system...
Diana Rodgers
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The EAT Lancet Commission has just released a new, drastic recommendation for a global dietary shift. Their “flexitarian” diet recommends less than half an ounce of red meat per day, less than one ounce of white meat per day, one ounce of fish a day,...
Isadora Guggenheim
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Cancer uses a variety of dirty tricks to ensure its survival and spread in the body. Researchers at Rush University and the University of California, San Diego have found a way to stop one if the plots in its tracks and preventing tumors from recruit...
Christopher Kelly
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The Nourish Balance Thrive podcast is designed to help you perform better. Christopher Kelly, your host, is co-founder of Nourish Balance Thrive, an online clinic using advanced biochemical testing to optimize performance in athletes. On the podcast,...
Kurt Perkins
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Surgery might be the solution you need but for the health conscious person, the risks of interventions used are always at the top of the mind. There are the effects of anesthesia to the brain. The disruption of the gut with antibiotics. The toll the ...
Marc Bubbs
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Dr. Bubbs sits down with renowned basketball coach Roy Rana, the first coach to guide Canada Basketball to a gold medal at the U19 basketball World Championship in Egypt in 2017. In this episode, coach Roy talks about performing under intense pressur...
Claudine Aherne
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 If you aren’t taking any, you are certainly in the minority (according to research from 2017, only 1 in 13 over-65s do not take any regular medication). [1]You might be taking one or two – perhaps a statin, something for your blood pressure (e.g. a ...
Mark Sisson
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Men occupy an interesting place in the health sphere. While there’s a disparity—albeit one that’s approaching parity—between men and women in the conventional medical literature, in the alternative health world, it’s flipped. Women are a “special int...
Mark Hyman
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In medical school, we learned how to diagnose diseases and treat symptoms. What we didn’t learn is the science of cultivating a healthy inner garden; a strong microbiome that supports the rest of the body, but that is where the research is headed...
Chris Kresser
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The health benefits of having access to “green space”—from dense forests, fields, and lush parks to simple garden spaces, tree-lined streets, or a humble backyard—are well documented in scientific literature. This shouldn’t come as a surprise given t...
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