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    Low Carb Diets & Migraines

    Very low-carb ketogenic diets are commonly used for weight loss and comorbidities associated with insulin resistance. However, as we covered in a past article, evidence i... Learn more

    Cardiorespiratory Fitness & Mitochondrial Function

    An analysis of a 25-year observational study of the relationship between exercise testing and all-cause mortality was recently published online in the International Journ... Learn more

    Top Immune Boosters: Part 2

    We recently posted a blog that discussed some of the top immune-boosting nutrients. This second list of nutrients is not secondary to the first: It includes five immune b... Learn more

    The Carb-Insulin Model

    According to data from the 2017–2018 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), more than 30% of US adults are overweight, and over 42% are living with ob... Learn more

    Rethinking Red Meat’s Seat at the Table

    “For a modern disease to be related to an old-fashioned food is one of the most ludicrous things I have ever heard in my life.” -T.L. Cleave Common sense supports Dr. Cle... Learn more

    Top Immune Boosters: Part 1

    We have all read about the immune powers of certain nutrients over the years, but you may be wondering which are the most powerful, scientifically-backed natural substanc... Learn more

    How to Optimize Hormone Receptor Health

    The endocrine system and the nervous system are intricately linked. Hormone imbalance, a.k.a “endocrine disorder,” can also present as neurological problems such as heada... Learn more

    Is there a Link Between Thyroid & Depression?

    “The involvement of the thyroid gland and thyroid hormones is generally believed to be important in the aetiopathogenesis of major depression. […] Augmentation of antidep... Learn more

    Questioning the Current Sodium Recommendations

    “Efforts to reduce sodium intake in entire populations cannot be justified.” (Mente, O’Donnell, Yusuf, 2021) A paper published recently in the journal Nutrients raises im... Learn more

    Metabolomics & Cognitive Function

    Results from a 12-year nested prospective case-control study were recently published, detailing the relationship between cognitive decline and a metabolomic analysis of s... Learn more

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