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Nutrition and Health Coaches: How Thriving Is like Driving
What changes would you like to make to your diet? Clients with nutrition goals are a natural fit for health coaching. Find out how a coach can help you develop a road map for success.
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Nutrition and Aging: What to Eat for a Long and Healthy Life
The diet and lifestyle choices we make have a significant impact on aging. Read on to learn how nutrition and aging are connected and the steps you can take to control the aging process.
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RHR: Fixing Our Broken Food System, with Dr. Mark Hyman
I’ve often said that health is not just an individual endeavor—a multitude of other factors contribute to it, including our food system. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Dr. Mark Hyman...
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Nutrition and Mental Health: What’s the Connection?
Nutrition has far-reaching impacts on the body and mind. Find out how the connection between nutrition and mental health and how a personalized, ancestral approach to food can help you restore your health.
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Why the Optimal Human Diet Includes Animal Protein
Can athletes get enough protein on a vegan diet? In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk about the major differences between plant protein and animal protein, and discuss the positive impact an ancestral...
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The Functional Medicine Approach to Cancer, with Lise Alschuler
While the conventional approach to cancer has made some strides, it doesn’t recognize how important diet and lifestyle are for treatment and prevention. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Dr. Lise...
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Are Probiotics Useless? A Microbiome Researcher’s Perspective
A pair of groundbreaking studies have just been published that have led many to call into question the safety and utility of probiotic supplements. So—should we avoid probiotics altogether? Read on to find out.
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Do Low-Carb Diets during Pregnancy Increase the Risk of Birth Defects?
A recent study suggests that a low-carb diet may increase the risk of birth defects. But was it really the lack of carbohydrates, or was it something else?
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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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