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Intermittent Fasting: Is It Worth It?

  It seems that every time we log onto Facebook or turn on the television, we are being told about…

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The Not-So-Sweet Truth about Artificial Sweeteners

There’s been a debate over whether you can have your…

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ApoE4s, your Genes Aren’t Your Fate

  Alzheimer’s disease is perhaps the scariest of all human diseases. It not only steals your memories and personality, it…

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Saunas for Alzheimer’s

  Alzheimer’s disease, the world’s most common neurodegenerative disease and form of dementia, is partly a disease of protein misfolding.…

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How Yo-Yo Diets Damage Metabolism and What to Do About It

It’s common knowledge among yo-yo dieters that when you lose…

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Moving Towards Personalized Nutrition

This 2015 study, published in the prestigious journal Cell, set out to investigate whether different people have different metabolic responses…

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Overtraining Syndrome and Gut Issues

  Let me be clear, I’m not writing this as an authority in the field of exercised-induced tummy troubles. I’m…

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Keto Diet Reverses Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes is an epidemic. It already affects 30 million, or 1 in 10, Americans; but this statistic underestimates…

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Prescribing Poo for Parkinson’s Disease?

  Parkinson’s disease is the second most common and fasting growing neurodegenerative disease worldwide. It’s classically characterized by its motor…

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Can too much TV cause cancer?

A recent study is bringing bad news to couch potatoes all over the world. Everyone’s favorite lazy activity is now…

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