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A Simple But Profound Solution to Food Waste

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The truth about nutritional research

This post was originally published on this site We’re always hearing extreme results from nutritional research.  Ranging from the “dangers” of coconut oil and eggs to completely contradictory statements, like that a low-carb diet shortens lifespan and also increases it,… Continue Reading →

How the Food System Makes Food Choices For Us

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Is There an Optimal Diet for Humans? with Anahad O’Connor

This post was originally published on this site  Download MP3 Nutrition experts have long debated whether there is an optimal diet that humans evolved to eat. Studies show that modern hunter-gatherer groups across the globe generally have phenomenal heart… Continue Reading →

Is Meat As Bad As We Think: Breaking Down Nutrition Myths

This post was originally published on this site        When it comes to looking at studies on nutrition, we need to ask the right questions. What type of study is it? Who funded it? What kinds of variables were… Continue Reading →

Is Meat As Bad As We Think and Other Nutrition Myths

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The True Cost of Food

This post was originally published on this site What is the true cost of the food you’re buying?  I’m not talking about the dollars and cents you are paying at the market; I’m talking about the benefit or burden that… Continue Reading →

How Women Are Leading The Way to a Conscious Food System

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The Keys to Unlocking Your Larger-Than-Life Dream with Alex Banayan

This post was originally published on this site Download MP3 The hardest part about achieving a dream often isn’t actually achieving it, it’s stepping through your fear of the unknown when you don’t have a clear plan. Having a teacher… Continue Reading →

Why Food Matters More Than You Think: From Plate to Planet

This post was originally published on this site        Food impacts everything, which is why changing the way we eat and working towards a new food system can be so powerful and far-reaching. Cooking at home used to be… Continue Reading →

Why what you do today, matters for tomorrow

This post was originally published on this site We have the power to age well, it just takes a little insight, effort, and of course the right mindset.  So the first step is identifying where we want to be at… Continue Reading →

Why I Recommend the ADAPT Health Coach Training Program

This post was originally published on this site I recently told someone in an interview that if I were king or President or someone in charge, I would hire thousands of health coaches and put them in every hospital. In… Continue Reading →

Training for the Centenarian Olympics

This post was originally published on this site It’s easy to take simple parts of youth for granted, like endurance or strength, but it’s functions like these we should really consider if we want to age optimally. I want to… Continue Reading →

Do Your Genes Determine Your Destiny?

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How to Breakthrough Sadness, Shame, Anger, Embarrassment and Other Difficult Emotions with Dr. Joan Rosenberg

This post was originally published on this site Download MP3 What often blocks most people from success and feeling capable in life is the ability to experience, move through, and handle unpleasant feelings, such as sadness, shame, helplessness, anger, embarrassment,… Continue Reading →

Enhancing Your “Healthspan” to Live Well for 100+ Years

This post was originally published on this site        When it comes to aging well, we all have to set our own standards and goals. That might mean playing with your grandkids on the floor, carrying groceries up several… Continue Reading →

Enhancing Your "Healthspan" to Live Well for 100+ Years

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How Dreaming Can Change Your Life

This post was originally published on this site During a lucid dream, reflective consciousness allows us to be aware that we’re dreaming while asleep, and sometimes even control the experience.  And it’s been correlated with some exciting benefits, which is… Continue Reading →

How Lucid Dreaming Can Heal You

This post was originally published on this site Sleep is an essential part of any wellness routine.  It allows our brains time to detox, our bodies time to rest, and our minds time to explore a limitless world through dreams. … Continue Reading →

The Antidote to Loneliness and Social Isolation

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How to Fix your Gut Health Using Innovative Testing, Exercise, and Compassion with Dr. Marvin Singh

This post was originally published on this site Download MP3 In Functional Medicine, we put a heavy emphasis on gut health. We know that a strong gut is not just essential for digesting food and absorbing nutrients, but that it… Continue Reading →

Lucid Dreaming: How to Learn, Grow, and Heal While You Are Asleep

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Food and Climate Change: The Big Picture

This post was originally published on this site Climate change means much more than a hotter planet. It’s also resulting in droughts, heavy precipitation and flooding, harsher winters, and other types of dangerous and even deadly weather events. And while… Continue Reading →

Is there a way to reverse climate change?

This post was originally published on this site Climate change is a real threat, and if we don’t pay attention to it now, it could soon be too late. Every single year, our climate is in worse shape than the… Continue Reading →

Why Wasn’t Gluten an Issue 50 Years Ago?

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A Radical Approach to Treating the Root Cause of Stress, Pain, and Addiction with Dr. David Haase

This post was originally published on this site Download MP3 When it comes to addiction, Functional Medicine can offer a comprehensive approach to treating the whole person.  Mind, body, and spirit need to be taken into account, as well as… Continue Reading →

Why Climate Change is Worse Than You Think

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My Top 2 Tips for Healthy Home Cooking

This post was originally published on this site Cooking at home is one of your most valuable and accessible tools to long-lasting health and disease prevention.  It’s been found that the more people prepare their own meals at home, the… Continue Reading →

Finding the Farmacy in Your Fridge

This post was originally published on this site Eating the rainbow means a lot more than just an Instagram-worthy plate of food—it means you’re getting a greater diversity of nutrients to protect your body from dis-ease. And it’s not just… Continue Reading →

Sugar, Statins and Heart Health

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