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Refined Sugar: How It Is Hindering Healing?

January 23, 2019

It’s the villain of the health and wellness world. It’s sneaky, and hides in all sorts of non-Paleo foods. It’s cheap, addictive and blended into just about everything on supermarket shelves today. That’s right—it’s sugar. And it’s seriously bad news for anyone who’s trying to feel better, sleep better, or heal from any type of

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Nutritional Genomics As It Relates to Detoxification

January 17, 2019

The study of nutrient-gene interactions is becoming a popular and developing area of science, and people now accept the diet-genome relationship affects our health. In other words, the belief there is an optimal individualized diet which, if compromised, could expose a person to greater health risks is gaining credibility. As the poet Lucretius stated long ago, “What

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Dive into the Gut – Brain Connection

January 16, 2019

In an 1817 study on Parkinson’s disease (PD), James Parkinson noted that many of the patients with PD had gastrointestinal issues, and that up to 80% of these patients suffered from constipation. Even 200 years ago, we knew about the gut-brain connection. Currently, the literature demonstrates that the microbiome does, in fact, affect the function

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Not Enoughness’: A Belief in Your Own Deficiency

December 21, 2018

If you knew who you truly are, you’d be in awe of yourself. Yet most people live their lives so out of touch with that. If you lived more in touch with the miracle that you are you probably wouldn’t choose half the things you do. You also wouldn’t feel like you need to fix

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How To Build a Better Mood?

December 12, 2018

The brain is comprised of billions upon billions of nerve cells (neurotransmitters) that relay information from one nerve cell to the next, allowing for efficient communication to occur. When everything is working properly, we feel our best. However, neurotransmitters often get compromised from the stressors of everyday life, which then affects our overall mood. One

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Infertility On The Rise?

November 18, 2018

In the United States, approximately 10% of couples are infertile, and the number could be as high as 8-12% worldwide. With rising infertility rates, and the culpability pointing to factors such as environmental toxin exposure, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and water contamination, the data looks grim for the next generation. But that’s not the whole story.

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