Paul Nottoli
Posted on
According to the American Chiropractic Associations and other health organizations, low back pain statistics are sobering and unfortunately, it is getting worse and not better. Worldwide, back pain is the single leading cause of disability, preventin...
Mark Hyman
Posted on
   Download MP3Yoga, in its original form, was created as a science for liberation. In modern times, it is used by many for improving physical and mental health, helping us become more productive at work, more caring in relationships, and more re...
Mark Sisson
Posted on
For this week’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions from readers. First, is the reduced protein efficiency in older adults due to inactivity, or is it something inherent to the aging process, or both? Second, how does a person know if...
Chris Kresser
Posted on
Although we have a lot to learn about food intolerances, ever-growing research proves that they aren’t psychological or make-believe. Read on to learn the differences between a true food allergy and a food intolerance, some examples of common food in...
Isadora Guggenheim
Posted on
While the word "Frankenfish" sounds like something out of a horror movie it is actually just the term used for a brand of genetically modified salmon. "Frankenfish" was banned in the U.S. but the FDA announced on Friday that it would be lifted and t...
Christopher Kelly
Posted on
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,...
Brie Wieselman
Posted on
In Part One of this series, I delved into the fact that depression and anxiety are not problems of JUST the brain or JUST the body. There is a definite mind-body connection, and the best treatments (and prevention) for depression and anxiety treat bo...
Brie Wieselman
Posted on
Butterflies in your stomach before a first date. Sweaty palms before asking your boss for a raise. Grief when your dog dies. Crying over a breakup.These are all normal and healthy moments of nervousness and sadness. But then there’s a shift….Laying a...
Terry Wahls
Posted on
It is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, and I am featuring a guest post from a Wahls Warrior and Wahls Certified Health Coach, Alene Brennan:I have a confession. I’m a Nutrition Coach and I was overwhelmed when I first started the Wahls Protocol. I...
Jill Carnahan
Posted on
Iron is a well-known essential mineral that plays key roles in a variety of important processes in your body. You’ve probably been told by your parents or doctors about the dangers of iron deficiency, especially if you’re a woman. Perhaps the most im...
Load More