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Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome

As many as 1 in 3 U.S. adults could have diabetes by 2050 if current trends continue. Learn how to reduce your risk of diabesity and metabolic syndrome using a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Live from AHS12 – New Research and Theories on Nutrition and Health
This episode was recorded live at the Ancestral Health Symposium in Cambridge, MA where we discussed AHS highlights, safe starch, iron levels and more.
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The Afternoon Sugar Crash, Green Smoothies, and Liver Detoxification
In this episode, we're answering your pre-submitted questions and discussing everything from PM sugar crashes to liver detoxification.
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Raw Milk Safety, Iron Overload and Finding Calm in Stressful Situations
In this episode we discuss a variety of topics including the raw milk debate. To drink or not to drink?
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Shaking up the Salt Myth: The Dangers of Salt Restriction
Scientific evidence contradicts salt restriction recommendations. A low-salt diet may cause serious health consequences and higher overall mortality.
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Reframing the Obesity Debate: Cause/Effect, Genetics & Robot Clones
Have you ever wondered why a low-carb diet works for some people, but not for others? Why some can eat junk food and not get fat? Read this.
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Why Hemoglobin A1c Is Not a Reliable Marker
Hemoglobin A1c is being increasingly used as a way to screen for diabetes. Read this to learn why this is a very bad idea.
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How to Lose Weight and Prevent Diabetes in 6 Minutes a Week
Studies show that as little as 6 minutes of intense exercise per week can promote weight loss, reverse insulin sensitivity and reduce blood sugar levels.
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How to Prevent Diabetes and Heart Disease for $16
Learn a cheap, safe and easy way to test your blood sugar at home to prevent cardiovascular and metabolic disease and promote optimal health.
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Why Your “Normal” Blood Sugar Isn’t Normal (Part 2)
Studies show that so-called normal blood sugars actually increase the risk of future diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and other serious conditions.
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