October 2013 | Chris Kresser
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Month: October 2013

soy lecithin, is soy lecithin bad for you
Harmful or Harmless: Soy Lecithin
Soy lecithin is a common emulsifier used in many many foods. With soy in the name, you might think you need to avoid it. But is it as bad as you think?
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How to Be Insanely Productive without Destroying Your Health
I am often asked when I travel and speak at conferences or just meet people, how do you still spend time with your family and take care of your own health, while writing a book...
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Ask the RD: Adrenal Fatigue
On today's episode, Laura and Kelsey discuss all things adrenal fatigue and some dietary recommendations designed to treat adrenal fatigue.
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magnesium stearate
Magnesium Stearate: 6 Supposed Dangers That Need Attention to Determine if It Is Harmful or Harmless
Even on a Paleo diet, it can be hard to avoid some fillers, thickeners, and additives—like magnesium stearate. Find out what magnesium stearate is and learn whether it’s harmful.
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healthy indian cuisine recipes, healthy indian dishes
Health Lessons from International Cuisines: India
A traditional Indian diet is lacto-vegetarian and based on grains, dried legumes, local vegetables and fruits, dairy and a huge variety of spices.
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Fukushima Radiation, Cavities, and Liver Disease
Today, we're discussing an update on the Fukushima radiation. Plus other topics such as the truth about eating too much meat and naturally healing cavities.
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meatball stew with tomato soup
Recipe: Rustic Meatball and Tomato Stew
"Rustic" in this recipe means that you'll want to keep the tomatoes, celery and carrots as whole as possible, to retain their texture and visual aspect.
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fukushima seafood, fukushima radiation fish
Fukushima Radiation: Is It Still Safe To Eat Fish?
Several questions have come in over the past few months about the Fukushima disaster and whether my recommendations for fish consumption have changed.
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