Why You’re Experiencing Food Guilt and How to Overcome It

Food guilt is one of the most common things we see people struggling with on their journey with eating well. You’ve likely experienced this before because food guilt can be so common in our society. Nearly a third of all food Americans eat makes them feel guilty, according to one study. The study found that […]

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Calorie Restriction Fights Fatty Liver and Tumor Growth

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a primary liver cancer and a leading cause of death from cancer worldwide. In the U.S. in 2016, liver cancer was the ninth leading cause of cancer-related deaths.1 In 2020, it’s the fifth leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and the seventh leading cause of cancer deaths in women.2 A […]

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Asymptomatic People Do Not Spread COVID-19

According to media reports, COVID-19 “cases,” meaning positive PCR test results, are soaring across the U.S. and around the world, leading to the implementation of measures that in some cases are stricter than what we endured during the initial wave. However, as detailed in several recent articles, including “Why COVID-19 Testing Is a Tragic Waste,” […]

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Financial Missteps Could Signal Future Dementia

Older people diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s were more likely to miss credit card payments as early as six years before their diagnosis, compared with similar people without dementia (about 8% versus 7%), the researchers found.

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397: Can Normal Thyroid Function Return by Avoiding Iodine With Dr. Alan Christianson

I’m here with someone I deeply admire and I’m incredibly grateful for. Dr. Alan Christianson is a naturopathic endocrinologist who focuses on thyroid function and specifically Hashimoto’s (which I had) as well as hypothyroidism and Graves’ disease. Dr. Christianson was actually the first doctor to diagnose me (correctly) and guide me to my recovery. He’s […]

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Pandemic Is Driving U.S. Surge in Cardiac Arrests Tied to Overdose

Analyzing data on nearly 26 million EMS calls in 2020, they found that OD-linked cardiac arrests reached a peak in May, when lockdowns began to really take hold across the United States.

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COVID Can Harm the Infant Heart

Researchers found a 2-month-old baby experienced heart issues similar to those seen in adults. The infant later recovered and was released with no heart medications.

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Can Some Vaccines Reduce Your Alzheimer’s Risk?

Could vaccines play a role in preventing Alzheimer’s disease? Researchers are looking at that question more broadly after finding that the flu and pneumonia vaccines might also help protect against the devastating memory loss of Alzheimer’s disease.

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