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May 9, 2019

How To Stay Calm Under Pressure

This post was originally published on this siteA star athlete misses a penalty shot in overtime. A famous singer bungles the national anthem. A  great actor forgets their lines on stage. We’ve all witnessed someone choke under pressure, and while… Continue Reading →

Cornstarch, cornmeal, corn syrup: What’s the problem with corn?

This post was originally published on this site You may not know that, like wheat, corn comes from a grass plant, one that has undergone extensive change to create the bizarre mutation called a “cob.” Because corn is also the… Continue Reading →

Cornstarch, cornmeal, corn syrup: What’s the problem with corn?

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8 Exercises to Rebuild Your Core After Pregnancy (Based on Your Recovery Stage)

This post was originally published on this siteAs a new mom, I know how it feels to want to return to a fitness routine as… The post 8 Exercises to Rebuild Your Core After Pregnancy (Based on Your Recovery Stage)… Continue Reading →

Paleo Apple Nachos Drizzled in Date Caramel Syrup

This post was originally published on this siteNachos get a sweet makeover with crunchy apples, rich dark chocolate, and a naturally sweet, 4-ingredient Paleo caramel… The post Paleo Apple Nachos Drizzled in Date Caramel Syrup appeared first on Paleo Blog.

More Life Goals Linked To Less Anxiety + More Trending Stories

This post was originally published on this siteStay up-to-date with the latest news this week. The post More Life Goals Linked To Less Anxiety + More Trending Stories appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

New calls for “regulation” of health information: Censorship much?

This post was originally published on this siteLast week, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)rolled out a new proposal: “Counteracting Health Misinformation: A Role for Medical Journals?” I was shocked and dismayed. The authors proclaim: “The growing toll of popular… Continue Reading →

Smoked Salmon Sushi Bowl | Ancient Nutrition

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Leyla Weighs In: Why I disapprove of restaurant “children’s menus”

This post was originally published on this siteFull disclosure: I do not have children—by choice. But this does not preclude me from having a strong opinion about how we feed our kids.  Check out any popular restaurant menu—especially chain restaurants… Continue Reading →

ALDI to Have All Reusable, Recyclable, or Compostable Packaging by 2025

This post was originally published on this site If you’re like me, you cringe when you see people leaving the grocery store with a cart full of items in plastic bags. The problem is that even if these people dutifully… Continue Reading →

How Potatoes Can Help You Lose Weight

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You can "Dump" anywhere

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Barbra Streisand Shares Her Healthiest Habit

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California Lunchrooms May Soon Serve Up Organics

This post was originally published on this site By Corey Binns When Ángel García was little, he often awoke to the smell of breakfast burritos on the stove. His mom would wake up at 4 a.m. to cook for him… Continue Reading →

EWG’s ‘Just Add Lemons’ Presents Mother’s Day Brunch

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Denver first in U.S. to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms

This post was originally published on this siteDenver is set to become the first city in the nation to (basically) decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms. (It basically directs the police to “look the other way” on adult psilocybin use.) After voting this… Continue Reading →

Healthy Gluten Free Lemon Bars

This post was originally published on this siteYou only need 8 real food ingredients to make these healthy gluten free lemon bars! These little bites of heaven are also grain free, paleo, and lower in calories. It’s Here! Gluten Free… Continue Reading →

Grain-Free Almond Butter Cookies

This post was originally published on this siteToday it was rainy and a perfect day to bake. My kids requested cookies and so I set out to create a cookie recipe that we could all enjoy. Keep in mind that… Continue Reading →

DANIELLE’S DIGEST: WEEK OF MAY 6TH

This post was originally published on this siteHi everyone! This week’s digest includes my new Feeding Friendships episode + a new recipe, a very nostalgic note to all of my followers, the giveaways happening over on Instagram and a look… Continue Reading →

How Disease Impacts the Economy

This post was originally published on this site 70% of annual deaths in the US are caused by chronic diseases; these preventable conditions are also the leading cause of disability, and they’re everywhere. The facts are pretty startling: 6 in… Continue Reading →

Did you hear about the study in the news today?

This post was originally published on this siteHealth information today is much more commonplace than ever before. Every day, if not every hour, we hear of another new study or report on health. These reports can be very confusing because… Continue Reading →

The World’s Experts on Gut Health with Pedram Shojai. – Dr Tom O’Bryan

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The “Big Meat” Burger (and a Giveaway)

This post was originally published on this siteWe’re calling this bad boy the “Big Meat” Burger not just because it’s a half pound of thick, juicy beef (although that’s plenty of reason). With two beef patties, two cheese slices, pickles,… Continue Reading →

CNN: Judge rules 3-year-old must receive chemotherapy against parents’ wishes

This post was originally published on this siteWe told you the story about Noah McAdams last week after he was removed from his parents custody because they didn’t want him to continue chemotherapy treatments after being given a “cancer free”… Continue Reading →

Not just vegetables, the “dirty dozen” of everyday living

This post was originally published on this siteWritten by Dr. Joseph Mercola Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are similar in structure to natural hormones such as the female sex hormone estrogen, the male sex hormone androgen and thyroid hormones, which allow them… Continue Reading →

The 5-Day Fasting Cycling Diet

This post was originally published on this siteHow to adopt strategies from the new science of fasting so that you can decrease your risk of disease and optimize your weight. Studies have shown that by following a very low-calorie food… Continue Reading →

9 Impressive Benefits of Cold Brew Coffee (Plus How to Make It)

This post was originally published on this site By Lauren Panoff, MPH, RD Cold brew coffee has gained popularity among coffee drinkers in recent years. Instead of using hot water to draw out the flavor and caffeine of coffee beans,… Continue Reading →

New Science-Based Approaches to Treating Autism with Dr. Theresa Lyons

This post was originally published on this site    Download MP3 Autism affects 1 in every 59 children in the US. This includes 1 in 37 boys and 1 in 151 girls, according to the CDC. The diagnosis of autism… Continue Reading →

Paleo Mongolian Chicken (Whole30, AIP)

This post was originally published on this siteThis paleo Mongolian chicken is a simple and flavorful takeout dupe. It’s whole30 and AIP friendly. I’m always down for Asian flavors! So many of my favorite dishes are Asian inspired. In the… Continue Reading →

Interview & episode #1 of Grillin’ with KetoConnect

This post was originally published on this site As you may already know, we’ve had some special guests visiting us here in Sweden, at the Diet Doctor headquarters. Everyone’s favorite keto couple, Megha Barot and Matt Gaedke, aka KetoConnect, did… Continue Reading →

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