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Paleo for Weight Loss: How an Ancestral Diet Can Help
If your friends, family, or clients have struggled to lose weight, an ancestral, Paleo diet may be the answer. Find out what the research says about eating Paleo for weight loss.
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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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Intermittent Fasting: The Science Behind the Trend
Intermittent fasting (IF) can lead to weight loss, an improved metabolism, and a lower risk of chronic disease. Find out why IF works—and when it’s a good choice for your health.
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Are You Undereating? Here Are 6 Common Signs and Symptoms
You’re exercising regularly, trying to keep stress under control, and eating a nutritious diet. And yet you still feel a little off. If this frustrating scenario sounds familiar, you may be undereating.
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Why Quality Trumps Quantity When It Comes to Diet
Researchers have debated which diet is best for weight loss: low-fat or low-carb. Now, a long-term study has settled the question. Read on to learn more.
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Does Skipping Breakfast Help with Weight Loss?
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Researchers have been trying to answer that question for years, as it relates to losing weight.
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Why We Gain Weight—Beyond Carbs, Fat & Protein with Robb Wolf
Diet is always a hot topic in the Paleo and ancestral health community. Today I talk with Robb Wolf about his new book Wired to Eat.
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Why Your Brain Makes You Fat with Stephan Guyenet
Why is it so hard to avoid foods that taste good? Is it really about willpower? Discover four strategies for “tricking” the brain and achieving sustained weight loss.
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Do Gut Microbes Control Your Food Cravings?
Do you have cravings for particular foods? Your gut microbes can influence your food choices. You can also manipulate your gut microbes to curb cravings.
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