A study published last week found that Type 2 diabetes impairs the master circadian clock in the brain in humans. I remember when I thought reversing Type 2 Diabetes was strictly about eating less and moving more. People who fail at it are simply not motivated enough, or they lack discipline and accountability. Well, it … Continue reading Type 2 diabetes impairs the master clock in the brain
As I mentioned a few weeks ago, there are some big changes coming to Hack Your Gut. A lot of changes are coming to both the paid programs side as well as to the blog in general. We're also doing a complete redesign of the blog. Read on to see what our new offerings are … Continue reading Details on the big changes coming to the blog
When it comes to fighting chronic disease, there's a lot of stuff out there that drains the ole pocketbook. Supplements, devices, medicine, and therapies can put a major dent in your finances. Which is probably why it isn't all that unusual to go broke fighting chronic disease. This isn't to say that spending money on … Continue reading Got chronic disease? The best $15 you’ll spend fighting it
In today's blog I have a testimonial from a member with chronic insomnia for 35 years. He managed to address several other symptoms but the nagging 4am-4pm sleep schedule made his life very difficult. I received an email from him about the Circadian Retraining Program and he jumped all in. His results are nothing short … Continue reading 35 years of chronic insomnia and food intolerance fading away…
I often work with members in my Circadian Retraining Program to help optimize their circadian rhythms. This is very common with people start tinkering with circadian rhythms, but also necessary when people's circumstances change. This is particularly useful when a woman goes through menopause. Many things change on a physiological level from pre- to peri- … Continue reading Circadian optimization using a continuous glucose monitor
Leaky gut syndrome, or intestinal permeability, is a condition which has only gained mainstream acceptance over the last decade. Once restricted to the realm of charlatans, it's become readily apparent that leaky gut syndrome exists And it may predispose us to a range of health issues such as: Cardiovascular diseaseType 2 diabetesFibromyalgiaFunctional gastrointestinal disorders (IBS, … Continue reading Leaky gut syndrome and the big factor that reinforces it
There are gut health benefits to feeling hungry that show avoiding hunger is a bad idea. Unfortunately, many people experience hunger when they work to address their circadian rhythms. For the most part, syncing up circadian rhythms causes a person to feel better. This includes: A positive emotional responseBetter digestionIncreased alertness and energy in the … Continue reading Gut health benefits of feeling hungry
Are you ready for a comprehensive wellness program that will: 😁 Boost your mood 😁 🧠 Provide mental clarity 🧠 🚀 Eliminate fatigue 🚀 💪 Strengthen your immune system 💪 😭 Reduce pain 😭 😞 Help you kick stress to the curb 😞 💤 Help you sleep like a log 💤 Well look no further than … Continue reading Completely transform your life with the Circadian Retraining Program!!!
Menopause symptoms can be terrible whether you're pre-, peri-, postmenopausal. I need to do a lot more blogs on health factors that affect women beyond child-bearing age. Not only is it a tremendously under-served group, but it also happens to be one that regularly reads my blog. Fortunately, I dug in to the topic a … Continue reading Menopause symptoms are worse with circadian disruption
There was a fantastic review of circadian rhythms in autism spectrum disorder early last month. In it, they put forth the model that people with autism frequently have disturbances in sleep and circadian rhythms. Some of this is due to genetics. But along with the genetics component comes the environmental component, as well as the … Continue reading Autism and circadian disruption: Adding fuel to the fire?