November 2014 | Chris Kresser
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Month: November 2014

Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
What You Should Know about Histamine Intolerance
For most, histamine is not a problem. But there are potential issues that can make it a problem. If you make too much histamine, find out how to get relief.
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9 Ways to Add Plantains to Your Diet
Plantains aren’t very popular in the U.S., but they’re one of the most delicious, nutrient-dense, and versatile “safe starches” you can find.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
What Causes Neuropathy—and How To Treat It
There are a number of potential causes of neuropathy. Find out how to address the underlying cause for the most effective and longest-lasting change.
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How to Keep Your Bones Healthy on a Paleo Diet
One of the most common concerns of those starting a Paleo diet is that the diet is low in calcium and our bone health will suffer. But is that accurate?
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Recipe: Marinara Sauce
A super quick and delicious marinara sauce useful in so many ways. So versatile, you can spruce it up with additional seasonings according to your tastes.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
Which Lab Tests Are Essential?
Today, we're talking about the lab tests I run with every patient. Find out what lab tests I prefer and what they tell me about your health.
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7 Tips for Preventing (And Shortening) Colds and Flus
Cold and flu season always catches us off guard. Check out these tips for preventing flus, supercharging your immune system and boosting your resilience.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
How to Recover from Long-Term Use of Birth Control Pills
It’s pretty common for women who’ve been on birth control for a while to have issues when they stop. Today, we're addressing a listener question about this.
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What Causes SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) and Why It’s so Hard to Treat
The small bowel plays an important role in digesting food and absorbing nutrients. It is also an important part of the immune system, containing an impressive network of lymphoid cells.
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