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A new experiment: Dr Wahls' super-nutrient paleo diet, 9 cups veggies a day I’ve just finished reading “Minding My Mitochondria: How I overcame secondary progressive multiple sclerosis” By Terry Wahls, MD If you haven’t already see the viral video of Dr Wahls talking about her reversal of Multiple Sclerosis, you must, it is inspiring. As a result of watching her talk I couldn’t wait to read her book to get more detail on her diet and other therapies that she used to succesfully reverse her disease. Dr Terry Wahls is a medical doctor who was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis in 2000. Let's Talk About Thin Privilege I am five-foot-four, 125 pounds. My measurements are 36-28-38. I wear size medium shirts, size seven jeans, and (in case you were wondering) size eight shoes. I have never walked into a clothing store unable to find items in my size.

April 2016 – The Gut Club The Gut Club welcomes you as we learn and share information about intestinal health as driver of general health. This website is devoted to members of The Gut Club to create awareness about the importance of the gut to overall health. This includes mental and emotional health known as the gut-brain connection. Our intent is to share information as a community to provide support in the treatment and prevention of illness.

Paleo (Neanderthin) introduction I haven't updated this page for a long time, but this time I have to. Gary Taubes have written a new book, "The Diet Delusion", that provides the last piece of the puzzle of obesity that Atkins and others have needed to construct a complete and cohesive theory. Taubes' book signals a shift i paradigm.

Raw Food Not Enough to Feed Big Brains Eating a raw food diet is a recipe for disaster if you're trying to boost your species' brainpower. That's because humans would have to spend more than 9 hours a day eating to get enough energy from unprocessed raw food alone to support our large brains, according to a new study that calculates the energetic costs of growing a bigger brain or body in primates. But our ancestors managed to get enough energy to grow brains that have three times as many neurons as those in apes such as gorillas, chimpanzees, and orangutans. How did they do it? They got cooking, according to a study published online today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Why Photoshop is More Deadly Than You Thought Here at HelloGiggles, we don’t take Photoshopping lightly. How can we? In the past two weeks, we’ve witnessed numerous brands digitally shrinking women’s waists, slimming down upper arms and enhancing inner thighs. While it’s ridiculous that companies even feel the need to transform already beautiful female (and male) bodies, we need to talk about the detrimental effects these images have on young girls.

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The Myths of Vegetarianism {*style:<b>by Stephen Byrnes, ND, RNCP </b>*} Bill and Tanya sat before me in my office in a somber mood: they had just lost their first baby in the second month of pregnancy. Why Calorie Counts Are Wrong: Cooked Food Provides a Lot More Energy by Richard Wrangham, as told to Discover’s Veronique Greenwood. Wrangham is the chair of biological anthropology at Harvard University, where he studies the cultural similarities between humans and chimpanzees—including our unique tendencies to form murderous alliances and engage in recreational sexual activity. He is the author of Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human.

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