5 reasons why being more physically active can help fix your gut

  As far as interventions go that prevent chronic disease, increased physical activity is king.  A recent article in Scientific American goes over a number of reasons why evidence indicates that human health is contingent upon adequate physical activity.  The article, titled Humans Evolved to Exercise, covers how our physiology seems to demand high levels … Continue reading 5 reasons why being more physically active can help fix your gut

Podcast 11: 5 simple science-based tips to improve your digestion

  Modern medicine has a way of approaching human health that involves isolating the affected systems and treating them as if they're separate from the whole.  The problem with this approach is that every system in the human body almost never functions in isolation. This doesn't mean that the modern approach is wrong or not … Continue reading Podcast 11: 5 simple science-based tips to improve your digestion

Podcast 6: Why you must optimize metabolic health to improve gut problems

  Unless you're a stranger to this blog, you know how highly I hold optimal metabolic health in regard to healing or preventing gut problems.  A recent study found that 12.2% of the US population has optimal metabolic health.  When you consider that this includes all adults over the age of 18, you may be … Continue reading Podcast 6: Why you must optimize metabolic health to improve gut problems

Podcast 5: The importance of cardiometabolic health for optimizing circadian rhythms and reversing chronic disease

If you're interested in joining the Circadian Retraining Program so you can participate in the Stop Leaky Gut Challenge coming up on Jan 1st, check out the details here. https://hackyourgut.com/circadian-retraining-program/ My story of ignoring cardiometabolic health It's not about weight Visceral fat vs subcutaneous fat Senescent cells in visceral fat What are senescent cells DDR, … Continue reading Podcast 5: The importance of cardiometabolic health for optimizing circadian rhythms and reversing chronic disease