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Modern comforts lurk behind every Disease of Civilization. Obesity, diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, arthritis – you name it. Old bromides about diet and exercise provide minimal help. Prescription drugs undermine any possibility for long-term healing. The crucial missing piece for nearly everyone is cold thermogenesis – i.e., generating heat by getting cold. It is much, much more than heat, though. It is a fundamental foundation for health and longevity. Read more… »

caveman and cavewoman

The Paleo Diet is certainly a big improvement over the Standard American Diet. The modern concept of eating Paleo style, however, is pretty far from ancestral eating. Here’s why. Read more… »

Coconut Oil and Brain Health

brain fitness

If you are a mouse, lucky you. If not, well … hedge your bets on your brain health anyway. Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and dementia are too scary not to, especially when it’s as simple as getting coconut oil in your diet. Read more… »

coconut

Coconut oil seems to be useful for almost everything except engine fuel (so far). Even health scientists have been caught up in all the hullabaloo … PubMed lists nearly 1,600 research articles on it, almost half of them published in the 21st century. Its value is so high, and price is so low that EVERYONE should be using it every day. Read more… »

iodine

The most misunderstood and under-appreciated mineral that your health depends on is iodine. Without enough of it, you have absolutely no chance of being as healthy as you should be. None.

And the odds are that you are one of the more than 95 percent of folks who do not have enough of it. Read more… »

mackerel

Sorting out the why, when, what, and how of fish oils is a mind-bending labyrinth of obfuscation. So-called ‘whole food’ fish oil supplements are far from whole and certainly not foods. Yet the right stuff is crucial for many aspects of good health. Here are some thoughts to guide you in deciding what to do about fish oils. Read more… »

modern medicine

Chronic health problems, especially those called Diseases of Civilization, are nightmares for modern medicine. Mainstream treatments simply fail to cure things such as osteoporosis, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, Alzheimer’s, and a long list of other so-called diseases. No wonder – the drug approval process is corrupt and most medical research is simply bad science. Fortunately, there are often better alternatives. Read more… »

Science of Intermittent Fasting

All of the major Diseases of Civilization – cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer, arthritis, metabolic syndrome, you name it – are caused by or made worse by lifestyle choices. Modern medicine only offers drugs and similar short-sighted treatments that will not make you healthy. Instead, the single most important lifestyle choice for preventing and even reversing DOCs is your eating pattern, specifically how often and how long you fast. The more that science examines the effects of intermittent fasting (IF), the clearer it becomes that this is a crucial component of a long and healthy life. Read more… »

Bad Medical Advice

Everyone agrees that eating right is vital for the healthy management of diabetes. Indeed, it is vital for good health for everyone. Eating right prevents diabetes and, depending on how far down the spectrum you go, reverses it. Read more… »

Although your digestive system may seem to be simply a tube, with the mouth as its entrance the anus as its exit, the wide variety of jobs that it has says more about how complex it really is and why the good bacteria that live there are so important. The main tasks of the digestive system, of course, are to break down bulk food, absorb nutrients, and eliminate waste. It also plays a major role in the immune system. The lining of the small intestine, in fact, houses an astonishing 70% of the immune-producing cells in your body. Furthermore, scientists have found that, when digestion is working well and the immune system is strong, the intestines host more than 400 kinds of bacteria, amounting to several billion cells whose combined weight can reach about 3-4 pounds! Read more… »