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Gut Biome Health Linked To Heart Disease

Novel research links an aging gut microbiome with heart disease — A new study suggests an aging gut microbiome may be somewhat responsible for the degradation in cardiovascular health that tends to appear as we grow older. The study is yet another addition to the growing body of evidence affirming the role gut bacteria plays

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The Health Of Your Gut Biome Linked To Living Longer

“Feces of youth” extends fish lifespan by 37 percent — The mysterious world of gut bacteria is a hot area of research in science right now. The systemic implications of gut flora are being found to have vast holistic effects, and now living longer could be joining that list. newatlas.com Read More 1We know that

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Keto Success In The Military

New military study: Remarkable results among soldiers on a ketogenic diet — Diet Doctor — A new study has found that US soldiers on a ketogenic diet for 12 weeks lost much more weight, significantly improved their body composition and insulin sensitivity, but suffered no loss in physical performance compared to matched controls. www.dietdoctor.com Read

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why eating less calories makes you fat

Why Eating Less Calories Makes You Fat

Ever wonder why going on a diet where you eat less calories is so hard and did not work long-term? Here is the science behind why eating fewer calories to lose weight never works. It is not your fault that you did not know this. The truth is Eating Less Calories Makes You Fat! Here

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Food Additives Can Make You Fat And Lethargic Says Latest Research

North Texas Researchers: Food Preservatives Could Make You Lazy — The research focuses on inorganic phosphates, which are added to foods like cereals, packaged snacks and sodas. dfw.cbslocal.com Read More Inorganic phosphates seem to be the culprit here. A rule of thumb is to not eat anything that comes out of a box or has them

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Acid Reflux Cure

Acid Reflux 100% Stopped With Keto Diet In New Study

Dietary Carbohydrate Intake, Insulin Resistance, and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD): A Pilot Study in European- and African-American Obese Women
Although obesity rates are higher in African-American than European-American women, GERD and its comorbidities are more prevalent in European-American women. A common denominator for increased adiposity, and consequent insulin resistance, is excess dietary …

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Stem Cells And Fasting

Adult Stem Cells Work For Joint Injury And More

In keeping with things that are good for you that you probably not have heard of before, here is one for you. If you have a blown out shoulder or knee and the thought of surgery does not sound good, then this could be for you. And guess what Keto / IF fans? Your very own

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Fasting And Brain Power

Intermittent Fasting And Brain Power

So as many of you know I don’t follow a lot of the so-called gurus anymore because I’ve found so many holes in what they have to say. And I don’t think that they do this on purpose as much it’s just that they have a hard time adjusting to new data as it comes

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Science Behind IF and Keto

Scientific Studies For Your Pleasure

If you are anything like me, you love to get the actual source of things. I found early on that love reading the actual data and do not really trust most peoples interpretation of it, simply because these days they have their own agenda which is usually trying to sell you something. 🙂  So when

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Why I Limit My Protein

Dr. Rosedale’s book was one of the first books I read after my first 30 days of self-imposed information black-out when I started 6th Gear IF/Keto Basically too much protein stresses your body and ages your cells and it looks like can lead to cancer.  Eating too much will virtually stop Autophagy.  He is recommending

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