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RHR: All about the Gut Microbiome and Probiotics, with Raja Dhir
Your gut health is connected to the well-being of nearly every system in your body. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with microbiome expert Raja Dhir about the gut microbiome and the...
Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
Will a Low-Carb Diet Shorten Your Life?
A new study was published in The Lancet that claimed that both very-low- and very-high-carb diets shorten our lifespan. Predictably, the mainstream media jumped on this finding without doing a shred of due diligence.
Eating meals like this salmon dinner while following a low-carb diet is unlikely to shorten your lifespan.
RHR: The Ocular Microbiome, with Dr. Harvey Fishman
You may not realize that there is also an ocular microbiome. Today, we discuss the role of the ocular microbiome and how it may contribute to eye disease and overall eye health.
Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
Methylation and Autism
A growing body of research suggests that there is a connection between impaired methylation and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Read on to learn about the relationship.
methylation and autism
RHR: Do Emotions Impact Our Health?
In today’s podcast, I discuss how our emotions can affect our health and why focusing on emotional well-being may be a key part of the healing process.
Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
Grain-, Gluten-, and Guilt-Free Pancakes
If you love pancakes but are on a gluten-free diet and are tired of eating pancakes that taste like cardboard and have a texture like hockey pucks, check out this recipe!
Red Meat & Cancer—Again! Will It Ever Stop?
The latest report from the WHO classifies cured and processed meats as carcinogens. But what does the research really tell us about the link between red meat and cancer?
4 Little-Known Causes of Restless Legs Syndrome
Restless legs syndrome is a seemingly simple condition, but the cause is often difficult to pinpoint. Find out four potential contributing factors and how to address them.