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RHR: Micronutrient Density and Bioavailability, with Ty Beal
Ty Beal, Research Advisor on the Knowledge Leadership team at the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss nutrient density, bioavailability, and his recent study...
Best Time to Take Probiotics: What The Science Tells Us and What Can Work Best for You
Probiotic consumption is associated with a host of beneficial health effects, including gut and brain health benefits. However, the question...
The Potential Downsides to Coffee and 6 Healthy Alternatives That Provide the Same Benefits
Coffee is one of the most popular beverages worldwide and demonstrates clear health benefits. As Chris discussed in his article...
6 Things to Keep in Mind When Trying to Create a Balanced Mast Cell Activation Diet
Recognition of mast cell activation disorder (MCAD), a condition in which there is a chronic reactivation of a population of...
RHR: Improving Our Food System with Animals, with Nicolette Hahn Niman
In this episode of RHR, I talk with Nicolette Hahn Niman about why an ecologically optimal food system contains animals.
Ancestral Nutrition for Endurance Athletes
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.
RHR: Reevaluating Cholesterol and Its Effect on Our Health, with Marit Zinöcker
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.
RHR: The Effects of Red Meat on a Whole-Foods Diet, with Dr. Stephan van Vliet
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.
Postprandial Somnolence: Why a “Food Coma” Happens
What causes a food coma? Read on for a deep dive into the reasons for postprandial somnolence and what to do about it.