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It’s not your fault that you’re fat

Nor is if your fault that you eat too much. Or that you developed Type II Diabetes. These were the words spoken by nutrition expert and author of The Paleo Solution and Wired to Eat Robb Wolf at the 2017 MadLab business summit last weekend…

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Get fit for the sake of your memory

If you have ever watched someone deteriorate from Alzheimer’s, you’re probably at least a little bit fearful of the disease.  The scary truth—reported by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America—is that more than 5 million Americans suffer from the disease. By the time you hit 65,…

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Is your kitchen as clean as you think it is?

So you like to think you’re a person who takes pride in sanitation and home hygiene? Sad news: You might be fooling yourself! A new study published in Food Protection Trends and the Journal of Food Protection (http://jfoodprotection.org/doi/abs/10.4315/0362-028X.JFP-16-354?af=R&code=fopr-site) that looked at 100 homes discovered pretty…

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High intensity training helps Type II diabetes

High intensity interval training (otherwise known as HIIT) is definitely one of the big buzzwords in fitness these days. And unlike some training methods and diets that peak, plateau and then lose steam and die, this one doesn’t seem to be a fleeting fad. If…

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Fish Oil 101

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have probably heard at one point in time that your body could use a fish oil supplement. But have you ever looked into why? Or what kind of benefits you can reap from taking fish oil?…

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Mushrooms: A powerful fungus

From plain old white button mushrooms, to cremini mushrooms, portabello, shiitake and oyster, reishi and cordyceps, mushrooms of all sorts are on the healthy list and should be included in your diet. In fact, close to 100 species of mushrooms have been studied for their…

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Speed your metabolism…even as you age?

Imagine your metabolism allowed you to eat what you could when you were 15? According to holistic nutrition coach and author Kate Deering (http://katedeering.com/), you can get your youthful metabolism back—or at least you can speed it up despite your age. In fact, she wrote…

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The confusing world of supplementation

“What supplements should I take?” “What about protein powder? Amino acids? BCAA? Vitamin D? Fish oil?” “Do I even need supplements? Isn’t eating a healthy diet good enough?”  “Do most supplements even work? Or are you just throwing your money down the drain?”  “Can I…

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