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How to Calculate Macronutrient Ratios that Work for You
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to diet, so how do you calculate your macronutrients in a way that benefits your health status, activity level, and lifestyle? Find out.
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10 Ways Refined Flour Can Damage Your Health
A significant portion of carb intake comes from refined flour in the form of cookies, crackers, pretzels, bread, pasta, and other products—and that has detrimental effects on our health. Here’s what’s wrong with refined flour.
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A Complete Guide to the Keto Diet
Who is a good candidate for keto, and who isn’t? How does someone successfully adhere to a ketogenic diet? Check out this article to find out and get tips on following the keto diet.
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Carbohydrates: Why Quality Trumps Quantity
Do you obsessively count carbs? The good news is you probably don’t need to. Research suggests that the answer to obesity and metabolic disease lies in the types of carbohydrate we eat.
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The Roundup
Here is The Roundup, Edition 61, bringing you the best health research and paleo recipes from around the web over the past two weeks.
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RHR: Are Vegetarian Diets Better for the Microbiome?
It is true that some studies show vegetarian diets are better for the microbiome and eating meat is associated with unfavorable changes in the microbiome.
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The Roundup
Here is The Roundup, Edition 52, bringing you the best health news, research and paleo recipes from around the web from the past two weeks!
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The Modern Lifestyle: A Recipe for Adrenal Fatigue?
Is daily stress in your life leading to or causing adrenal fatigue? Find out what the symptoms are and how you can keep yourself healthy in the modern world.
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When Gluten-Free Is Not a Fad
Gluten intolerance is “fake”—at least according to many recent news stories. But what does scientific research have to say? Could it be a legitimate condition that may be even more common than currently recognized?
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