Browsing Archive October, 2019
Is Keto Insomnia a Common Problem?

Is Keto Insomnia a Common Problem?

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When I did my first earnest attempt at a keto diet a few years ago, one of the benefits I quickly noticed was improved wakefulness and energy during the day. I chalked this up to ...

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The Truth about Energy Balance and Fat Loss

The Truth about Energy Balance and Fat Loss

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When it comes to body change, there’s no topic more polarizing than “calories in vs. calories out.” Some argue it’s the be-all and end-all of weight loss. Others say it’s ...

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Many Sunscreens May Require a Prescription

Many Sunscreens May Require a Prescription

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When it comes to the use of sunscreens, the pendulum has swung dangerously backward. People have been made to so fear the sun that we are now seeing vitamin D deficiencies, a ...

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Ancestral Resting Positions: Video Guide

Ancestral Resting Positions: Video Guide

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Earlier this year, I collaborated on a pair of papers (1, 2) with Matthew Wallden, Global Head of Institute of Education for the Chek ...

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Should you stop drinking diet soda?

Should you stop drinking diet soda?

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“Diet soda can’t be good for you.” Maybe you’ve heard this before. (Or said it yourself.) After all, diet soda offers no vitamins or antioxidants, and it’s usually artificially ...

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Fermented Dairy Lowers Heart Disease

Fermented Dairy Lowers Heart Disease

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Nearly 610,000 people die each year from heart disease, which accounts for 25% of all deaths in the U.S.1 Each year 735,000 have a heart attack; in this group, it was the first ...

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Harvest Steak Salad

Harvest Steak Salad

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Hearty salads have the best of all worlds: ample protein, copious vegetables, and big flavor. And when they’re seasonally inspired? All the better… We’re loving ...

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Discovering Wholeness and Healing After Trauma

Discovering Wholeness and Healing After Trauma

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Dr. James Gordon is a Harvard-educated psychiatrist who uses self-care strategies and group support to help patients heal from psychological trauma. In this interview, he shares ...

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Weekly Link Love — Episode 52

Weekly Link Love — Episode 52

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Research of the Week In an Iranian study, fast food—but not sugary beverages and salty snacks—is strongly associated with liver enzyme elevation. Neanderthals used tar to bind ...

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How to Grow Peas

How to Grow Peas

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When you discover how to grow peas in your own backyard garden, you can enjoy their health benefits without having to shop at the market. The pea is an herbaceous annual plant ...

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