Four-minute workouts done several times a day — as many times a day as you want (within reason) for maximum benefit — are a new concept for fitness that’s designed to use nitric oxide for muscle growth. Dr. Zach Bush, whose triple-board certification includes expertise in internal medicine, endocrinology and metabolism, says his four-minute workout … Read moreThis 4-Minute Daily Workout can Improve Your Mood and Your Health
PMID: Mol Med Rep. 2019 Feb ;19(2):821-830. Epub 2018 Dec 12. PMID: 30569095 Abstract Title: Theaflavins prevent cartilage degeneration via AKT/FOXO3 signaling in vitro. Abstract: Theaflavins (TFs) are the main bioactive polyphenols in tea and contribute to protection against oxidative stress. Excessive reactive oxygen species (ROS) accumulation can lead to the disruption of cartilage homeostasis. The … Read moreTheaflavins prevent cartilage degeneration via AKT/FOXO3 signaling in vitro.
Host Brad Kearns give a sneak preview of the new book Mark Sisson and he is working on called Keto Longevity. It’s critical to implement the correct approach to keto because an ill-prepared approach will simply activate the fight or flight response and eventually lead to big-time burnout. Some common mistakes people make are rushing … Read moreKeto: Avoiding The Fight or Flight Response
Wallace’s Giant Bee (Megachile pluto) named after its discoverer Alfred Russell Wallace, is the world’s largest bee and until recently was thought to be extinct. Last seen in 1981, last month a group of scientists retraced Wallace’s steps and trekked into Indonesia to see if they could find the bee. Their long trek paid off. Check it … Read moreCBS: Giant “nightmare bee” that was once thought to be extinct is discovered alive
The fight over the controversial Atlantic Coast Pipeline may be headed to the Supreme Court. Dominion Energy, the lead developer of the project that would carry fracked natural gas for 605 miles through West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina, said Tuesday it would appeal to the nation’s highest court after an appeals court refused to … Read moreThe Atlantic Coast Pipeline Fight Could Go to the Supreme Court
We get lots of questions about how a ketogenic diet works in the context of exercise: Is it possible to maintain one’s fitness (strength, endurance, performance) and also drop one’s carb intake to ketogenic levels? Is it advisable? Will it help me lose weight faster? Mark already addressed some of these topics, but it’s clear … Read moreCan Keto and Cardio Mix?
Costa Rica launched a plan this week to fully decarbonize the country by 2050, setting a goal of powering its electrical grid entirely with renewables by 2030 and aiming to aggressively increase the use of electric vehicles and buses. President Carlos Alvarado signed a decree Sunday laying out a roadmap with key targets in the … Read moreCosta Rica Launches ‘Unprecedented’ Plan to Fully Decarbonize by 2050
We want to address a side of blogging that a lot of bloggers don’t want to talk about, and that a lot of readers aren’t aware of… how do we make money, and what are our policies about it? We decided it was time to help our community understand our business model at Autoimmune Wellness … Read moreHow Does Autoimmune Wellness Make Money, and What Are Our Policies?
Let’s be honest. The past few years have spiked the “hopeless meter” in many of us socially conscious and concerned Americans. On a personal level, I can tell you that there have been more than a few moments when I’ve found myself feeling absolutely depleted and defeated; like all my efforts were futile; like the … Read moreSelf-Care for Dark Times
Elmhurst is launching a dairy-free hemp creamer and unsweetened oat milk! The post Elmhurst is Launching Hemp Creamer and Unsweetened Oat Milk appeared first on One Green Planet.
This post was originally published on this siteThe last few weeks have been a whirlwind! My daughter turned 2, and then we flew across the country to California to promote my new book Feeding You Lies, had a huge launch party here in Charlotte, was on the cover of a magazine, had a road trip … Read moreWATCH & LISTEN: How the food industry is lying to us (and what to do about it!)
Did you know that adverse drug reactions are the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S.? According to research published by Harvard University, prescription drugs have a 1 in 5 chance of causing serious reactions after they are approved. Even properly prescribed drugs cause about 1.9 million drug hospitalizations per year, along with the … Read morePhytotherapy Benefits: A Science-Based Natural Medicine
A teenager’s biggest job is to realize their independence as individual human beings. However, there tends to be a number of missteps along the way. So how do you know if your teenager’s problems are just an occupational hazard or an indicator that something is very wrong? In this episode, Dr. Daniel Amen and Tana … Read moreIs Your Teenager’s Behavior Normal?
Ground beef is an easy to use source of protein that stretches a long way when it’s used in a slow cooker dish, and here are The BEST Slow Cooker Recipes with Ground Beef. Click here to PIN The BEST Slow Cooker Recipes with Ground Beef! Click here to see The BEST Instant Pot Recipes with … Read moreThe BEST Slow Cooker Recipes with Ground Beef
If you’ve been following me lately, you’ll know that I’m PREACHING the power of sodium supplementation for a low-carb way of eating…That means keto or even paleo—especially if you’re a hard-charging athlete. But all these years, we’ve been told the salt is bad for you. Raises blood pressure, causes bloat, increases burden on your heart, … Read more10 & 2 Qs: Is There A Thing As ‘Too Much Sodium’?
To help reduce the risk of a recurrence, heart attack survivors need to take charge of their lifestyle. Diet and exercise are key components of a successful recovery, and the following tips will benefit anyone at risk for a second (or for that matter, a first) heart attack. Manage the big risk factors. Quit smoking, … Read moreWorried About Heart Health? 4 Ways To Prevent A Heart Attack
(NaturalHealth365) On any given day, about 20% of the United States population consumes diet soda. And, to be perfectly blunt, this is a serious problem – especially for postmenopausal women, as you’re soon see. While these soft drinks are heavily marketed as a ‘healthier alternative’ to their sugar-filled counterparts, increasing amounts of scientific data indicate … Read moreDiet soda WARNING for women after menopause
The struggle with weight gain and obesity is a common and costly health issue, leading to an increase in risk for heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and cancer, just to name a few. According to the latest available data,1 18.5 percent of American children and nearly 40 percent of adults are now obese, not just … Read moreProcessed Foods Lead to Cancer and Early Death