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Do you want to exercise like your ancestors? Check out these articles about fitness & wellness and get the most up-to-date trends from an ancestral health perspective.

Becoming a Health Coach? Here’s What to Look For in a Training Program
If you’ve decided to become a health coach, you’ve got a chance to make a difference in your clients’ lives. Here’s an infographic on what you should look for in a health coach training program.
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Becoming a health coach
How to Make Lifestyle Changes and Build New Habits
Many chronic diseases can be prevented, significantly improved, or even completely reversed simply by making diet and lifestyle changes. Find out how habits form—and how to make good ones stick.
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If you’re making lifestyle changes, like this person getting ready to run on a track, understanding how habits form can help.
How Your Nervous System Impacts Gut Health, with Allison Post
Our modern lives are full of stress, distraction, and disconnection. That has an impact on our nervous systems—and our gut health. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Allison Post about how...
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
How to Optimize Your Brain for Better Cognitive Performance
Have you ever felt your brain function faltering after a particularly stressful week or wished you could supercharge your cognition? Here’s how you can optimize your brain for better performance.
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If you find it difficult to focus or read, like this man, you may need to optimize your brain for better cognitive performance.
Here’s the Link between Osteoarthritis and Exercise
Regular, moderate workouts might help prevent osteoarthritis—or even alleviate symptoms. Here’s more on the well-established link between osteoarthritis and exercise.
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Osteoarthritis and exercise are connected. Engaging in regular, moderate workouts—like this woman swimming—can help prevent the condition or ease symptoms.
Ancestral Health: What It Is and How It Can Help You
We’re living in a time of innovation, yet we’re sicker than ever before. Find out how ancestral health can halt or even reverse the chronic disease epidemic.
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Ancestral health means eating, living, and moving like Paleo hunter–gatherers—like this man is doing during an intense trail run.
The Benefits of Using Wearable Technology for Health Tracking
Are you considering using wearable technology for health tracking? Be sure to choose a device that tracks sleep, stress, and more—and make sure you’re willing to wear it.
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This woman is jogging while using wearable technology for health tracking.
The Top Health Benefits of Green Space
Spending time outside can reduce your stress and bolster your mood, improve your cognition, lower your risks for chronic diseases, and help you live longer. Find out more of the health benefits of green space.
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This woman walking her dog outdoors is enjoying the health benefits of green space.
Changing Habits? You Need to Shrink the Change
Are you changing your habits? Maybe your goal is to eat healthier and lose some pounds or get more sleep. Whatever your objective, you’re more likely to achieve your goal if it's small and attainable.
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If you’re changing habits, shrinking the change can help. Be sure to celebrate your successes, like these runners finishing a race.