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Dirt: A Paleo Superfood?
Our culture’s obsessive attention to cleanliness, sanitation, and hygiene may actually be having unintended consequences on our immune system.
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Myths and Truths About Fiber
For decades, fiber has been touted as an essential component of a healthy diet, yet many of these health claims have not been proven by research.
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The High Price of Antibiotic Use: Can Our Guts Ever Fully Recover?
Though antibiotics may be necessary in certain situations, it's important to weigh the benefits and drawbacks of using them.
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Answers to Your Burning Questions about Digestion
In this episode I answer frequently asked questions about digestion, covering topics like parasites, stomach acid, the GAPS diet, SIBO and more.
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Natural Childbirth VII: C-Section Risks and Complications
Contrary to popular belief, elective cesarean has significant risks and complications for both mothers and babies.
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Dr. Paul Jaminet on Chronic Infections, Depression & More
In this episode Paul Jaminet answers reader questions about infections, depression, acne and more.
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Shifting from “Shock & Awe” to “Nourish & Support”
Sometimes the best strategy for dealing with an infection isn't to eradicate it completely, but to support the systems of the body that keep it in check.
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A Healthy Gut Is the Hidden Key to Weight Loss
New research shows that maintaining a healthy balance of bacteria in your gut can prevent weight gain and metabolic problems like diabetes.
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More Evidence to Support the Theory That GERD Is Caused by Bacterial Overgrowth
A recent study confirms the link between GERD & IBS and speculates that the two conditions may share a common underlying cause.
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