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Do Vegetarians and Vegans Live Longer Than Meat Eaters?
Despite what common myths state, there’s no proof that vegetarians and vegans live longer than omnivores. Find out how this misconception got started.
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RHR: What the $#@! Is Wrong with What the Health?
In this episode, we’re talking about a Netflix documentary called What the Health. Read on to find out what peer-reviewed science actually tells us about human nutrition.
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RHR: Why B12 Deficiency Is Significantly Underdiagnosed
Vitamin B12 deficiency is more common than statistics indicate. Today I discuss the right way to get your B12 tested and how to treat it if you are deficient.
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RHR: The Impacts and Ethics of Eating Meat — with Diana Rodgers
In this episode, I spoke with Diana Rogers, a dietician and organic farmer who regularly writes about animal welfare and environmental issues in the food system.
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Why Vegetarians and Vegans Should Supplement with DHA
DHA is a crucial nutrient for developing babies, children, and adults, yet there are no DHA sources in vegetarian/vegan diets. Can DHA be obtained by consuming plant-based forms of omega-3? Read on to find out.
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Eat Meat, Just Source It Sustainably
Do you feel guilty eating meat? Have you been led to believe that a vegetarian or vegan diet is the most environmentally friendly?
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Why You Should Think Twice About Vegetarian and Vegan Diets
If you asked the average person on the street whether a vegetarian or vegan diet is healthier than an omnivorous diet, they’d probably say yes. But is this really true?
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Why Paleo Should Be Ranked #1 of All Weight Loss Diets
There are so many diets out there, it's hard to know which one is the best one. Read on to learn why I think the Paleo diet is #1 out of all of them.
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The Roundup
Here is The Roundup, Edition 7, bringing you the best health research and paleo recipes from around the web over the past two weeks.
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