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Dr. Henry Dunklau
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Besides the sun, vitamin D is available through supplements and foods that contain it in high amounts. Learn more:
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Lori Shemek, PhD Feb 14
Another win for dark chocolate. Gut microbes in our stomach ferment dark chocolate into heart-healthy, anti-inflammatory compounds that shut down genes linked to insulin resistance and inflammation.
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Lori Shemek, PhD Feb 14
When taking turmeric (in any form), add black pepper! The compound in pepper (piperine), using just a little pinch of black pepper, can significantly increase bio-availability of turmeric by 2,000%
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Dr. Henry Dunklau Feb 13
Replying to @LoriShemek
Thanks for mentioning it
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Dr. Henry Dunklau Feb 13
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I think I fixed it
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Dr. Henry Dunklau Feb 13
Replying to @LoriShemek
You’re welcome too. Why can’t you?
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Health & Weight Loss Feb 13
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Lori Shemek, PhD Feb 13
Not eating within a consistent 8 to 12-hour period without reducing daily calorie intake helps those overweight & obese reduce their body weight and lower their risk for many chronic diseases.
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Dr. Henry Dunklau Feb 12
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Lori Shemek, PhD Feb 10
Low-Carb Foods You Could Be Eating In Excess - Increasing Weight Gain: -Nuts -Cheese -Hummus -Oils -Nut Butters Be aware of portion sizes. 🧀
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Dr. Henry Dunklau Feb 9
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Dr. Henry Dunklau Feb 8
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A Health Blog Feb 6
Research has shown that an average of five hours or less of sleep a night increases visceral fat. More than an average of eight hours of sleep a night has a similar affect ➡
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A Health Blog Feb 6
Not getting enough sleep can disrupt the minds’ natural function of compartmentalizing and solving many of our problems that clutter our mind ➡
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Dr. Joseph Mercola Feb 6
It reduces gut bacteria by 50 percent, increases the pH level in your intestines and causes biochemical distortions. So why exactly is it given a gold star?
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