The vast majority of people define aging as the passing of time, irrespective of anything else. For most, aging is an inevitable part of life. Few realize that there are examples of life on the planet that don't age, and one that's considered immortal. Part of the problem is that people conflate aging with death. … Continue reading The test that could help transform your health
Readers of this blog know that I take a non-conventional approach to gut health. While I feel that focusing on what goes in to the gut is important for gut health, it's not the only kid on the block. Over the last few blogs I've discussed how factors in the blood play a big role … Continue reading The NAD World: how fasting promotes healthy aging
"Nature wants 5 out of your 7 children dead. It wants you dead by 50. Everything better than that is brought to you by science and technology." -David Frum, someone I'll probably never quote again I was recently going through some presentations from RAADfest, a symposium put together by a few groups with the unified … Continue reading Are you a circadian night owl? Should you resist or embrace it?
In my last blog I covered why what's in our blood is important for our gut health. If you didn't get a chance to check that out, I suggest you do so as it's important for what I'm discussing today. People have an erroneous perception about the concept of aging. For most, aging is simply … Continue reading Wanna know if what you’re doing is making you healthier?
For those interested in the health of their gut, there's been a primary focus on what goes in to it from your diet. Of course this makes sense, your microbiome is regulated to a large extent by what you eat. But if you think you're going to completely transform the health of your gut through … Continue reading Could the key to gut health actually be in your blood?
For people with disorders of the gut, inflammation is a buzzword thrown about as much as the name Tom Brady is thrown about for football fans in New England. This is for good reason, chronic inflammation can cause some pretty nasty problems in any tissue you find it, especially the gut. However, for most people, … Continue reading The hidden source of gut inflammation nobody is talking about…
Hey folks, I did a guest blog over at Pure Healthy living called 4 simple tips for amazing gut health. Click here to check it out.
If you've found your way to this blog, chances are you've heard of the term "leaky gut". You're also probably familiar with how chronic inflammation can wreak havoc on your health. In a previous blog I went over how the gut regulates how leaky and inflamed it is via the pregnane X receptor. If you … Continue reading Is bile the key that turns on the gut clock?
People often ask me for tips on meals they can make or what I eat myself. For the most part, my meals stay pretty consistent throughout the entire week with only minor changes on the weekends when I have a little more time to prepare my food on the fly. The changes I make are … Continue reading My Big A$$ Breakfast
Are you trying to fix your "broken metabolism"? Is your appetite out of whack? Maybe you've put on quite a few pounds or you have a difficult time losing weight. Blood glucose running a little high? Maybe you feel like you don't have enough energy to get through the day or you need to rely … Continue reading Hoping to fix your broken metabolism? Bad news…you can’t