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Top 3 Nutrients for Fighting Inflammation and Autoimmunity
The inflammation-busting properties of EPA and DHA, curcumin, and black seed oil show promise in reducing symptoms of chronic disease and other chronic conditions driven by inflammation.
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RHR: The Nutrient Shortfalls of the EAT-Lancet Diet, with Ty Beal
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, global nutrition scientist Ty Beal joins Chris to discuss the planetary health diet EAT-Lancet, its goals for humans and the environment, and how well it actually meets the...
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Tocotrienols: A More Potent (and Safe) Form of Vitamin E
Tocotrienols are a recently discovered form of vitamin E with superior health benefits and a better safety profile than tocopherols, the more common form of vitamin E that is used in most supplements today.
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Why Organ Meats Are Making a Comeback
Organ meats have been a staple in traditional diets for thousands of years. They are still regularly consumed in many countries today and were even part of our diets in the U.S. and other industrialized...
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Should you take a multivitamin?
A multivitamin should contain food-based, naturally occurring, or bioidentical ingredients—so it can build upon the nutrition we get from a whole-foods diet.
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RHR: Why Nutrient Density Matters and How to Optimize It
Nutrient density should be the primary consideration when it comes to the choices we make about what we eat. In this episode, Chris discusses what nutrient density is, how common nutrient deficiencies are and why,...
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RHR: The Optimal Human Diet
There is no single, optimal diet for every human. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris Kresser examines the evolutionary and biochemical perspectives on what we should be eating and brings some clarity to...
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RHR: Micronutrient Density and Bioavailability, with Ty Beal
Ty Beal, Research Advisor on the Knowledge Leadership team at the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss nutrient density, bioavailability, and his recent study...
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Postprandial Somnolence: Why a “Food Coma” Happens
What causes a food coma? Read on for a deep dive into the reasons for postprandial somnolence and what to do about it.
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