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How to Calculate Macronutrient Ratios that Work for You

This post was originally published on this siteThere is no one-size-fits-all approach to diet, so how do you calculate your macronutrients in a way that benefits your health status, activity level, and lifestyle? Find out. The post How to Calculate… Continue Reading →

Gluten-Free Chocolate Layer Cake

This post was originally published on this site I perfected it! This is absolutely the best Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake recipe! This chocolate layer cake is moist and rich in flavor with a creamy, dairy-free chocolate ganache. It’s the perfect cake… Continue Reading →

50 Years of the Little Things

This post was originally published on this site I have always loved my birthday. Even as a child I planned my own birthday parties. I would ask my mother if we could take out the linen tablecloths, fine china, and… Continue Reading →

The Future Of America’s Recycling Industry + More Trending Stories

This post was originally published on this siteThe wellness news everyone is talking about from this last week. The post The Future Of America’s Recycling Industry + More Trending Stories appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

Here Are the Top 5 Health Benefits of Honey

This post was originally published on this siteA mountain of evidence indicates that honey is a functional food with uniquely valuable physiological effects. Find out more about the health benefits of honey. The post Here Are the Top 5 Health… Continue Reading →

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 →

The Top 3 Ways Greens Support Healthy Blood Pressure

This post was originally published on this site Whether we like them or not, greens including kale, spinach, and broccoli are the undeniable superstars of the food world. Low in calories, yet high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, greens… Continue Reading →

RHR The Value of a Nature Based Childhood Education, with Diane Bode

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RHR: The Value of a Nature-Based Childhood Education, with Diane Bode

This post was originally published on this siteWe’re living in an age of evolutionary mismatch. The modern way of life often disconnects us from each other, from our bodies, and from nature—and we’re passing that disconnect onto our children. In… Continue Reading →

On The Healing Power of Nature

This post was originally published on this siteDavid Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. Among the many recommendations that seem like good ideas, we’ve often heard that getting out in… Continue Reading →

Healthy Chicken Salad Lettuce Wraps

This post was originally published on this site I can’t wait for you to get your hands on this low-carb Chicken Lettuce Wrap recipe. These healthy wraps substitute lettuce for tortillas, making them keto, Paleo, and The Myers Way®. The… Continue Reading →

Social Media Affects Girls and Boys Differently + More Trending Stories

This post was originally published on this siteThis week in health news. The post Social Media Affects Girls and Boys Differently + More Trending Stories appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

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 →

Tried + Failed At The Keto Diet? Do This Instead

This post was originally published on this siteHacks to make the keto diet work for you. The post Tried + Failed At The Keto Diet? Do This Instead appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

Eggless, AIP Mayo

This post was originally published on this site Whether you’re in the first 30 days following The Myers Way®, or you avoid eggs altogether, you’ll love this recipe for an Eggless, AIP Mayo. It’s a delicious option that opens the… Continue Reading →

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 →

Implications of the “Alzheimer’s Gene” in Children

This post was originally published on this siteDavid Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. The development of highly accurate and widely available genome sequencing technology has put us at a… Continue Reading →

When Should I Start Taking a Multivitamin?

This post was originally published on this site Do you remember taking a chewable multivitamin when you were a kid? Those brightly-colored pills may have saved you from a range of nutrient deficiencies, yet you probably gave them up long… Continue Reading →

Sweet Potato Fritters

This post was originally published on this site If you’re looking for a savory breakfast option that’s the Myers Way® approved, look no further! These baked Sweet Potato Fritters are the perfect option. They’re full of ingredients that will nourish… Continue Reading →

”Mockamole” Is The Answer To The Avocado Shortage + More Trending Stories

This post was originally published on this siteThe last week of health news all in one place. The post ”Mockamole” Is The Answer To The Avocado Shortage + More Trending Stories appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

Natural ADHD Symptom Remedies | Dr. Josh Axe

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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 →

Our Current Healthy Obsessions: August 2019 Edition

This post was originally published on this siteOur favorite travel product to stay healthy on the road. The post Our Current Healthy Obsessions: August 2019 Edition appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

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 →

Gut Bacteria and Their Role in Depression

This post was originally published on this siteDavid Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. December of 2019 marks the publication of a new medical textbook, The Microbiome and the Brain… Continue Reading →

Is Leaky Gut a Medical Mystery?

This post was originally published on this site Is leaky gut real? It’s all over the media, yet many in the medical community treat it as a medical myth. The truth is that while the symptoms may seem puzzling or… 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 →

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