Akil Palanisamy
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Over 50 million Americans struggle with seasonal allergies. Chronic inflammation and imbalance in the immune system are some of the underlying root causes. Spring time is often the most difficult and my patients are looking for natural alternatives t...
Kurt Perkins
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I hate tips and lists but I’m not like everyone, or even close to the majority.  But I’ve had many questions and conversations about what I do personally to create and maintain health expression.  Hopefully this helps you in your journey.Top 5 Health...
Bulletproof
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Have you ever taken the lid off a pot of broccoli or cauliflower and been hit with an unpleasant smell – something sort of like rotten eggs? That’s the good stuff. The pungent odor you get from brassica vegetables – broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, an...
uBiome
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Apparently, no-one pulls the paper quite like you do: introducing the TP ID. Curiously, in 90 issues of these weekly newsletters, we’ve never written on toilet paper, as it were. And that seems remiss (well, it does to us), since this bathroom staple...
Chris Kresser
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Is wine Paleo? Although some speculate that our Paleolithic ancestors did consume “wine” in the form of fermented fruits, the earliest evidence of wine purposefully made from grapes is from the Neolithic period. A drinking vessel with tartaric acid, ...
Kurt Perkins
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Symptoms are just your body’s attempt at buying you time to escape what is potentially going to cause you great harm. The symptom isn’t stupid. Let’s take a look at many common diagnoses and put them in context of your body doing something intelligen...
Mark's Daily Apple
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While I don’t recommend making Primalized versions of grain-based foods a staple, the fact remains that people love them. They’re going to want them. There’s not much you can do about that. And if we want to incorporate pancakes, muffins, cookies, an...
David Jockers
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PMS, or premenstrual syndrome, occurs in the days leading up to the beginning of a woman’s menstrual cycle. Symptoms range depending on the individual but commonly include cramping, bloating, mood swings, irritability, tender breasts, food cravings, ...
Franziska Spritzler
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Protein is incredibly important for good health. It’s a nutrient that must be consumed every day to meet your body’s needs. The Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) for protein is 0.36 grams per pound of body weight, or 0.8 grams per kilogram. However, a l...
Isadora Guggenheim
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Men's sexual and urological health may be significantly impacted by shift work and sleep disorders. According to a recent study, non-standard shift workers with sleep disorders were more likely to have urinary tract symptoms. Patients at risk for ci...
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