October 2012 | Chris Kresser
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Month: October 2012

RHR: Adrenal Fatigue, Glutathione Status, and Rheumatoid Arthritis
In this episode, we're discussing adrenal fatigue, glutathione status and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Why Local Trumps Organic for Nutrient Content
A study at Stanford claimed that organic foods are no healthier or safer than conventional alternatives. However, they're not acknowledging some vital info.
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Recipe: Mexican Liver and Onions
Need a tasty way to include liver in your diet? Higado Encebollado is a traditional Mexican dish.
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The Gut-Skin Connection: How Altered Gut Function Affects the Skin
Researchers suspected a link between gut and skin health a long time ago. Modern research has confirmed the importance of the relationship.
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The Truth about Toxic Mercury in Fish
In this episode, we're talking with Dr. Nicholas Ralston about toxic mercury in fish and how selenium might work to counteract it.
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Arsenic in Rice: How Concerned Should You Be?
Recently, Consumer Reports Magazine released their analysis of arsenic levels in rice products, and the results were concerning.
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Recipe: Cod with Coriander Red Pepper Sauce
A simple to prepare entree with the subtle, but flavorful, spices of coriander seed and ginger.
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The Nitrate and Nitrite Myth: Another Reason Not to Fear Bacon
The belief that nitrates and nitrates cause serious health problems has been entrenched in popular consciousness and media. But is it really true?
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Why Most People Are Sleep-Deprived and What to Do about It
In this episode, we welcome Dan Pardi as a guest on the show. Dan is one of the most knowledgable people on the effects of sleep on health I've come across.
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