Do endurance athletes have to fuel with processed foods? Growing research suggests that an ancestral diet may be beneficial for endurance athletes. Read on to learn about the benefits of ancestral nutrition for endurance athletes.
In this episode of RHR, I talk with Marit Zinöcker about new research regarding the homeoviscous adaptation to dietary lipids (HADL) model or hypothesis, and one that challenges the diet-heart hypothesis.
In this episode of RHR, I talk with Dr. Stephan van Vliet about the effects of red meat as part of a “whole foods” diet versus a more modern, Standard American Diet.
What causes a food coma? Read on for a deep dive into the reasons for postprandial somnolence and what to do about it.
Clever labels can trick consumers into thinking their products are healthy when they are far from it. Check out this article to learn about common misleading food labels, food engineers, and sugar addiction.
PCOS affects an alarming number of women, but nutritional interventions may help. Read on to learn about nine PCOS nutrition interventions and find out which one may be right for you.
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Trey Suntrup about the different testing options available for measuring ketosis.
Read this article to learn about the health benefits of phytochemicals, the foods in which these substances can be found, and specific situations in which phytochemicals may act as a double-edged sword.
Dr. Al Danenberg is a periodontist, ADAPT Trained Practitioner, and expert on the relationship between nutrition, the gut, and periodontal and tooth health. He’s also recently in remission from cancer after utilizing some unconventional, holistic...