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Here’s the Link between Osteoarthritis and Exercise
Regular, moderate workouts might help prevent osteoarthritis—or even alleviate symptoms. Here’s more on the well-established link between osteoarthritis and exercise.
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Why You Need to Move Every Day to Get the Benefits of Exercise
To get the full benefits of exercise, you need to move every day. Find out how to swap your sedentary lifestyle for an active one and start moving like our active hunter–gatherer ancestors did.
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RHR: The Importance of Strength Training—with Sal Di Stefano
Exercise, diet and sleep are three lifestyle behaviors that are vital to transforming your health. Today, I talk with fitness expert Sal Di Stefano about strength training and why it is critical.
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RHR: Exercise and “Adrenal Fatigue”
Exercise plays an important role in health. But how do you exercise when you’re exhausted? Learn about metabolic reserve and how it can help you to build back up to your previous energy levels.
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RHR: How to Stay Fit—and Healthy—with Mark Sisson
In this episode, I talk with Mark Sisson to discuss how he applies his primal health philosophy to endurance athletes, why fat-burning is critical and more!
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My Book Is Out In Paperback—With a New Name: The Paleo Cure
"The Paleo Cure" walks you through a process to discover the hidden power of a Paleo-inspired lifestyle to prevent and reverse disease and turn you into the lean, energetic person you were meant to be.
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How to Keep Your Bones Healthy on a Paleo Diet
One of the most common concerns of those starting a Paleo diet is that the diet is low in calcium and our bone health will suffer. But is that accurate?
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Is a Low-Carb Diet Ruining Your Health?
Carbs and the role they play in a healthy diet, are one of the most hotly contested nutritional debates both in conventional and ancestral health circles.
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Is Depression a Disease or a Symptom of Inflammation?
The idea that depression is caused by an imbalance of chemicals is deeply ingrained in our culture, but that theory doesn’t tell the whole story. Find out how depression and inflammation are connected.
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