Houston Anderson
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If you have been diagnosed with disaccharidase deficiency and told that you need to avoid all lactose, maltose and/or sucrose, and you have been told your days of enjoying almost any food are all over, often this is not the case. Reversing non-congen...
Bulletproof
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A new study suggests that the more weight you carry around your waist, the lower your vitamin D levels. Previous research has shown that a lack of vitamin D diminishes bone health and puts you at risk for heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and obesity....
Mark Hyman
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There is a need for a place for deeper conversations about central issues of our time that affect us all. Researching my last book, Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?, it became clear to me that we need to unpack the shifts and intersections of me...
Heather Moday
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When I first moved in with my now wife, I was clueless about the difficulties that would follow for the next six months. Though friends and family warned me of the difficulties of living with another person, I was convinced we could skip that step si...
Mark Sisson
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Last week, I updated an older post on women and intermittent fasting. For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’ll be answering some of the comments and questions from that post. First, should a lean woman with a stressful life try fasting to heal her gut?...
Melissa Hartwig
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Dear Melissa, I am getting ready to take an all-day trip to an amusement park. I have checked menus at the restaurants inside the park, I can eat at zero of them. What are some things I can take with me to eat that will not go bad in the heat?...
Bulletproof
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Take a moment and picture the plastic tips on shoelaces — they protect the ends and stop the string from fraying. That’s one way scientists describe telomeres — caps of DNA at the ends of chromosomes that protect your cells from aging. These caps nat...
Alvin Danenberg
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Kids say the “darndest” things. Kids also eat the “darndest” things. Skittles and Cokes and all that stuff are junk foods. They certainly are not part of healthy snacking for kids. These “foods” are extremely harmful to every cell in their bodies. Th...
Michael Ruscio
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Today I answer a listener question regarding what causes recurring SIBO and tips for if this is you. The good news here is if you understand some key fundamentals you can overcome recurring SIBO and digestive symptoms....
Rob Lawson
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This is a question I have been putting to delegates at meetings around the UK at which I have had the honour of presenting on behalf of our BSLM. The numbers contributing are small but nonetheless the outcomes strike me as being representative of the...
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