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Dr. Henry Dunklau
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8 Magnesium Health Benefits
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Lori Shemek, PhD Jun 11
We need to stop sanitizing everything and let bacteria back in our lives: via
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Mark Hyman, M.D. Jun 9
What if I told you that sugar is highly addictive and that the food industry has intentionally used its addictive properties to hijack our brain chemistry, our taste buds, our metabolism, our bodies and our minds?
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Lori Shemek, PhD Jun 11
Fat cells love to store fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K—and often doesn’t leave enough for the rest of your body. Overweight people tend to suffer from vitamin D deficiencies because it stays stored in the fat cell.
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Mark Hyman, M.D. May 30
It's not the sugar that you add to your food, it's the sugar that's added by corporations. You get about 15 teaspoons of sugar in one 20 ounce soda. But, you wouldn't put 15 teaspoons of sugar in your coffee, or in your cereal.
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Lori Shemek, PhD May 30
Fasting for 16 hours allows the body and brain to go into cellular cleanup mode, and shifts the body from burning glucose (sugar) for fuel to burning ketones (fat), resulting in optimized cell health, weight loss & more.
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Lori Shemek, PhD May 29
Total vegetable intake consistently is key to improving brain health in the areas of executive function, speed of perception, overall cognition, and fact-based memory.
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