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Psychedelics have gotten a bad wrap. Often associated with the small period of time they became popular in the ’60s, they were researched in clinical, cultural, and spiritual contexts for many decades prior to that.The reputation of psychedelics ...
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With so much conflicting dietary advice, divided opinion, and contradiction, what should we be eating and doing from a dietary perspective? Food is more than just fuel; it’s key in helping us live longer, healthier lives, so how do we create practica...
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When it comes to medicine, many of us want immediate results. What if just one dose of medicine could dramatically shift your perception, decreasing anxiety, depression, fear of death, addictive tendencies, and so much more? It might sound too good t...
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Everyone in the health space has been talking about fasting. But is it really worth all the hype?Today, I’m going to tell you what the science says, and it most certainly supports some powerful benefits for different kinds of fasting. While many ...
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Broken Brain 2 was a way for me to share the latest innovations for healing and nourishing our brain-body connections, a process that helped me recover my own health—using these therapies I went from bedridden to vibrant and I’ve seen an overwhel...
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What if we could tap into our ability to burn the most harmful fat, the visceral or belly fat surrounding many vital organs, and reduce our risk of chronic disease, simply by changing when we eat?Well, we can.If you missed this week’s episode of ...
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Breast implant illness is an issue that many doctors and surgeons simply don’t believe in. However, there are many ways in which breast implants can create dysfunction and disease in the body, leading to a wide range of devastating symptoms. Biofilms...
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These days, we hear a lot about fasting. Intermittent fasting, time-restricted eating, and water fasting are just some of the many terms being thrown around in support of better health.And we can’t forget about the high-fat, ketogenic, and low-ca...
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Patients are always asking me if they should avoid gluten, even if they aren’t experiencing symptoms. And I have to say, the research points to yes. Gluten has been found to negatively impact the lining of the gut, creating “leaky gut” or intestinal ...
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The gut is designed to help us digest food, absorb nutrients, keep invaders out, and even produce helpful compounds like the neurotransmitter serotonin, among so many other powerful functions.That’s why the whole body, including the brain, will s...
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