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I’ve long believed that in order to stave off modern chronic diseases and reclaim the natural vitality our ancestors enjoyed we need to eat as they ate and avoid the foods that had no place in their daily diets....
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Trying to balance ancestral health with your modern lifestyle can be challenging, but that’s where biohacking comes in. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with health performance expert Ben Greenfield about the best ways to use techno...
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The Dietary Guidelines for Americans (issued by the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Health & Human Services) recommend that the average American adult consume 225 to 325 grams of carbohydrates per day....
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While the conventional medical community has long considered some eye conditions irreversible and untreatable, a growing body of scientific research suggests otherwise. Read on to learn how simple nutrition and lifestyle changes can promote optimal e...
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Bone broth is common in traditional cultures—but, despite its impressive health benefits, it’s not a staple in the Standard American Diet. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with entrepreneur Justin Mares about the health benefits of ...
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Ketogenic diets are currently all the rage. Seemingly every health personality has an opinion on the ketogenic diet, commonly referred to as “keto.” Some tout it as a cure-all for everything from diabetes to cancer, while others express skepticism or...
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If you’ve decided to become a health coach, you’ve got a chance to make a difference in your clients’ lives. Here’s an infographic on what should you look for in a health coach training program.The post Becoming a Health Coach? Here’s What to Look fo...
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Hashimoto’s is the most common cause of thyroid disorders in the nation—and it can cause disruptive symptoms well before a conventional doctor would make a diagnosis or offer treatment. And that’s where the functional approach differs. In this episod...
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Many chronic diseases can be prevented, significantly improved, or even completely reversed simply by making diet and lifestyle changes. Find out how habits form—and how to make good ones stick.The post How to Make Lifestyle Changes and Build New Hab...
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Thinking about trying nootropics? These natural and man-made substances may enhance learning and memory, increase attention, and boost your mood. But do they really work? Read on to find out.The post Nootropics: What Are They, and Do They Work? appea...
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