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Everyone’s talking about it: The Metabolic Approach to Cancer

In The Metabolic Approach to Cancer, Dr. Nasha Winters and Jess Higgins offer up a holistic and metabolic based protocol for managing and preventing cancer. Based on The Optimal Terrain Ten Protocol, patients and doctors are guided through ten key elements of a person’s terrain that influence cancer progress. Read an excerpt from The Metabolic […]

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The Alzheimer’s Antidote: Read an excerpt

The Alzheimer’s Antidote by Amy Berger is being touted as a “game-changer” in the way Alzheimer’s and cognitive decline is perceived. To coincide the book release, Berger has embarked on an extensive podcast tour, making appearances on the Wise Traditions podcast, Dr. Ronald Hoffman’s Intelligent Medicine podcast, High Intensity Health (embedded above), Superhuman Radio, and the Athletic Fitness and […]

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The 10 Steps that Establish Your Baby’s Microbiome

Research is emerging almost daily on the role of the microbiome in human health. But how do we acquire this mysterious community of microbes and more importantly how do we make sure the good bacteria outnumber the bad? According to a new book by Toni Harman and Alex Wakeford, Your Baby’s Microbiome, it all starts […]

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What If Cancer Is a Metabolic Disease—Not a Genetic One?

The numbers don’t lie. This year, almost six hundred thousand Americans will die from cancer. One in two men and one in three women will be diagnosed in their lifetimes. Despite embellished announcements from government actuaries, the real death rates from cancer are the same today as they were in the 1950s. We can’t seem […]

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Prepare! Keep a Grab-n-Go Survival Kit Handy

Are you prepared in the event of a sudden emergency? Blizzard, earthquake, insurrection after the inauguration? We know a lot of people are wondering what’s coming next in the US, as well as the world, given terrorism, politics, and global warming, among other threats. In this excerpt from When Technology Fails, a popular book on […]

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Is My Broth (or Stock) Bad?

Are you planning to start the GAPS diet or any other diet aimed at boosting gut health this year? If so, chances are that stocks and broths are critical components. Even if you’re not changing the way you eat, but you often have pots of aromatic goodness bubbling on your stove, you may have wondered, […]

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A Simple Way to Grow Fresh Greens Indoors This Winter

Just because the temperatures have started to drop doesn’t mean you have to live without fresh greens until Spring. Author and gardener Peter Burke’s innovative method of growing soil sprouts indoors can help you grow nutrient-dense greens all year long at a fraction of the cost of buying at market. Burke’s book, Year-Round Indoor Salad Gardening, is […]

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Recipe: Medlar Cream Cake

If you’re looking for a simple cake to serve guests, try this medlar cream cake. What’s a medlar? The fruit of the medlar tree, Mespilus germanica, tastes like lightly spiced apple butter scooped soft right out of the russeted skin. The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center in California has a small but significant collection of […]

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A Bloggin’ We Shall Go: Your Favorite Blog Posts from 2016

Ah, 2016 – where did the time fly? It seems like only earlier this year we were excited about designing swales and getting to know more about no-till farming, and we ended up focusing on the heart, ketogenic diets and seeking a bio-abundant future. While the top 7 blog posts of the year don’t exactly […]

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Is Modern Wheat Making us Fat?

Author Eli Rogosa explains why modern wheat is a possible source of our growing obesity problem. In Restoring Heritage Grains, Rogosa of the Heritage Grain Conservancy,  invites readers to restore forgotten wheats such as gluten-safe einkorn that nourished the first Neolithic farmers, emmer—the grain of ancient Israel, Egypt, and Rome that is perfect for pasta […]

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