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Using Salt, Hydration and Sauna to Improve Strength and Exercise Performance

Dr. James DiNicolantonio shares amazing tips about how salt, hydration and sauna strategies can help improve strength and exercise performance.       Sponsored Message: Support Healthy Hydration and Exercise…

Sudden Death, Thick Blood & Iron Overload: The Science You Must Know
Blood Work

Why You Should Donate Blood to Reduce Blood Viscosity, Iron Overload and Cardiometabolic Disease Risk

Thick, viscous blood is linked with heart disease development and blood clots. Learn how to assess your blood viscosity and ways to reduce it.       Sponsored Message: Support…

How Blood Sugar Imbalances Alter Collagen Production, Accelerates Aging of Your Skin, Joints
Blood Sugar

How Blood Sugar Imbalances Alter Collagen Production, Accelerates Aging of Your Skin, Joints

Poor metabolic health alters collagen production, accelerating the aging of skin as well as leading to joint pain and tendon problems.       Sponsored Message: Save 17% OFF on …

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Best Time to Take Common Nutritional Supplements: NAC, Inositol, Vitamin D, Magnesium and More

With the circadian clock system in mind, here’s some general guidelines about nutrient timing for commonly used dietary supplements.     Sponsored Message: Support your Circadian Rhythm and Sleep with…

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Fasting

2 New Studies Claim Intermittent Fasting Is Pointless, Here’s a Deeper Dive

Two recently published studies have been used by skeptics to claim fasting is pointless. “You can stop intermittent fasting now,” one sensational headline wrote. In short, these two studies didn’t…

Adrenopause, Low DHEA & Low Testosterone: Facts You Should Know
Hormones

Adrenopause: the Decline of DHEA, Low Testosterone and Low Libido

One characteristic of ageing is decreased secretion of the adrenal androgens, DHEA and DHEAS. Termed adrenopause, this condition is problematic people over 40 because DHEA contributes to 50% and 100%…

Exercise

Using Salt, Hydration and Sauna to Improve Strength and Exercise Performance

Dr. James DiNicolantonio shares amazing tips about how salt, hydration and sauna strategies can help improve strength and exercise performance.       Sponsored Message: Support Healthy Hydration and Exercise…

Transgender Athletes DO Have an Unfair Advantage w/ Coach Cynthia Monteleone
Children's Health

Transgender Athletes DO Have an Unfair Advantage w/ Coach Cynthia Monteleone

Cynthia Monteleone is an elite athlete and coach to Olympians and numerous high-school and collegiate athletes around the globe. She speaks out the biological differences between men and women.  …

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Vitamin D

Vitamin D Sleep Quality and Brain Health: New Science and Connections You Should Know

A large body of research suggests vitamin D impacts sleep quality and sleep duration as well as neurotransmitter levels in the brain. Here’s an overview of the science–which is timely…

Family Gets Antibodies Tested After COVID
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Family Gets Antibodies and T Cell Immunity Tested After COVID, Results Are In

After Dad got COVID, this family decided to get thier antibodies and T cell immunity tested, the results are interesting and timely with all the buzz about boosters.    …

Former Cardio Junkie Now Fitter & Healthier Weight Lifting (Eating More, Exercising Less)
Podcast

Former Vegan, Cardio Junkie Now More Fit & Healthy Just Weight Lifting (Eating More, Exercising Less)

Dr. Elly Michelle works with a lot of women who’ve experienced hormone issues and mental cycle changes from overexercise and under-eating. She discusses how scaling back on the cardio, prioritizing…

Nutrition Misinformation is Making Frontline Workers Overweight, Less Healthy
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Nutrition Misinformation is Making Frontline Healthcare Workers Overweight, Less Healthy

Healthcare workers (HCWs) should be more knowledgeable than the general population about health choices and serve as role models for patients, but it turns out they often do not “practice…