October 2014 | Chris Kresser
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Month: October 2014

Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
Vegetables – How Many to Eat and What Kinds
In this episode, our primary discussion centers around a listener question about vegetables. Be sure to tune in for the full scoop!
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throw away the scale
Should You Really Throw out Your Scale?
What kind of scale-user are you? Forgetting the numbers and focusing on other factors of health may be the ticket some folks need to lead a happier life.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
Does Early Introduction of Gluten Prevent Celiac Disease in Kids?
Today we're discussing if it's possible to reduce the risk of your child developing celiac disease by introducing gluten between four and six months of age.
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Are You One of the “Walking Unwell”?
Today, millions—if not billions—of people around the world are suffering from what I call “chronic unwellness". Learn why this is and what to do about it.
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french style fish stock court bouillon
Recipe: French Style Fish Stock (Court Bouillon de Poisson)
This is a variation on the classic French fish stock, used for sauces and soups. Once prepared, the stock can be portioned and frozen for future use.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
How to Treat Acid Reflux in Babies Without Drugs
Today, we address a listener question about GERD and acid reflux in babies, why PPIs may not be the best option and how to prevent infant reflux and GERD.
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low-carbohydrate diet, how low carb should I go
When Should You Try A Low Carb Diet?
There are people who thrive on a low-carb or ketogenic diet. Here are the precautions you should take if you want to try this nutrition approach yourself.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
RHR: How to Build a Career in Paleo / Functional Medicine
If you want to pursue a career in Functional Medicine, there are different routes you can take based on your interests. Here we discuss the current options.
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Accepting new patients
Now Accepting New Patients (And Other Big News)
As many of you know, my clinical practice was closed to new patients for the past two years. I’m happy to announce that I am now accepting new patients.
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