Do you enjoy some alcohol from time to time? Like the occasional craft beer or glass of wine? I'm sure you're aware there are drawbacks to regular alcohol consumption. And some of them involve the circadian clock. Unfortunately, circadian disruption isn't the only bad thing when it comes to drinking. Alcohol has many negative effects … Continue reading Drinking alcohol safely: New CRP module dropping soon
Many people, particularly those with gut problems, complain about bloating when they eat fiber. It may seem trivial, but in some people, it's really intense. This presents a problem because fiber has many benefits. Fiber intake: Decreases inflammation in the gutSeals up the gutHelps control blood sugar and appetiteReduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and … Continue reading Bloating when you eat fiber? Try this trick!
Bone healing is a long process that often requires the use of pain meds to manage pain. However, there is evidence that the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs(NSAIDs) can impair the healing process. A new study indicates that it's not the use of NSAIDs, per se, that impacts bone healing. Instead, it's the use of … Continue reading Bone healing optimized: Take your NSAIDs at the right time
Healing PTSD is a difficult task due to the many mental and physical features of the condition. Short for Post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD is a repeated stress reaction to a traumatic event that continues well after resolution. Events that trigger PTSD immediately or in a delayed manner include: RapeWarKidnappingLoss of a loved oneAssaultChildhood trauma People … Continue reading Healing PTSD: The importance of circadian rhythms
Hey folks, the Circadian Weight Loss Program is LIVE!!! And we already have some good discussion going around. Already, members are wisely preparing for the New Year by stemming holiday bulge come on this time of year. Here to kick it off is the first video in the series detailing what members can expect: https://youtu.be/GYGY36xclug … Continue reading The Circadian Weight Loss Program is LIVE!!!
Every year it's the same ole story. Right about now, motivation for weight loss peaks. And just in time: You spent the last month putting on a bunch of weight. It'll start out great. You'll be good for a week, maybe 2. Then, the hunger will kick in. That's when you start rewarding yourself with … Continue reading Circadian Weight Loss Program: Join now!
How to fix constipation? It's a question that people with constipation would love to know the answer to. I know many people look to motility aids as a means to address it. But the problem with this approach is that it focuses on a symptom rather than the underlying cause of the problem. As a … Continue reading How to fix constipation with circadian rhythms
A keto cheat day is a bad idea. In fact, I think cheating on a keto diet opens up much bigger problems than cheating on any other type of diet. I posted a blog covering a study indicating as much earlier this week and the keto police arrested me. Check that out here. Apparently, since … Continue reading Why a keto cheat day is a bad idea
Optimal health is something we all strive for. Some of us may not want to work hard for it, but who doesn't want to look, feel, and perform at the top of their game? There is so much information out there on what constitutes a healthy lifestyle. Recently I posted an infographic to Facebook. From … Continue reading Optimal health through circadian rhythms
With the renewed interest in the keto diet, many people regularly consume high fat food. But just because something gives you short term benefit doesn't mean that there are no long term consequences. Overall, if a person loses weight on keto and can't do so on a regular diet, it's probably great for them. Unfortunately, … Continue reading How chronic high fat food consumption causes gut problems