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Your Gut Microbiome and Anxiety: What’s the Connection?
Did you know that your gut bacteria can influence your mood? Find out how the gut and brain communicate with each other, what connects the gut microbiome and anxiety, and how to fix gut dysbiosis.
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RHR: The Functional Medicine Approach to Anxiety
Anxiety impacts quality of life. Conventional medicine focuses on balancing neurotransmitters in the brain. Functional Medicine looks for the root cause. Here are the three pathologies that contribute to anxiety and how to correct them.
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How Distraction Is Rewiring Our Brains—and How Mindfulness Can Help
Modern lifestyles provide endless sources of distraction. Learn about how distraction literally rewires our brains and what you can do to protect yourself.
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RHR: Methylation 101
In some respects, methylation is actually very simple, in that it's really just a biochemical process.  But it's also a very intricate process that is absolutely central to our physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
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Heal Your Gut, Heal Your Brain
Are you among the 20 percent of adults suffering from anxiety and depression? Find out how nourishing your gut microbiome can make you happier and more relaxed.
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5 More Ways to Manage Anxiety without Drugs
Nothing can completely obliterate stress and anxiety from our lives, but these smart strategies can reduce the impact anxiety has on our well-being,
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3 Ways to Manage Anxiety Without Drugs
After searching for non-pharmaceutical treatments to help manage anxiety, I've found a few methods that have made a big difference for me.
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RHR: Early Evidence For Meat Consumption, The Cholesterol Controversy, and Additional Magnesium Sources
Today, we discuss recent studies that address early evidence for meat consumption and the cholesterol controversy. Also, some ideal sources for magnesium.
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RHR: Could Copper-Zinc Imbalance Be Making You Sick?
One of the most common malfunctions of the human body is an excess of copper and deficiency of zinc (copper-zinc imbalance), which can lead to a myriad of issues.
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