There is a plethora of data that shows exercise prevents Cancer. In fact, many types of Cancer are reduced by exercise including: Breast CancerStomach CancerColon CancerBladder CancerEsophageal CancerKidney Cancerand more... Based on most of the data, people with the highest levels of exercise tend to see a decrease of Cancer risk by at least 20%. … Continue reading How exercise prevents Cancer…and possibly COVID-19
NAFLD is a disease of low energy availability in the liver. This prevents the liver from optimally fulfilling it's duties, many of which are in conjunction with the gut. Fortunately, it's reversible with the proper diet and exercise.
Kidney stones are an incredibly painful experience in those who form them. People often compare the passing of kidney stones to peeing glass, which certainly isn't appealing. But what can we do to reduce our risk of stone formation? Kidney stones are hard deposits that form in the kidneys. After formation, people pass the stones … Continue reading Preventing kidney stones: What you need to know
Preventing severe COVID-19 is on nearly everyone's mind given the rapid spread and persistence of SARS-CoV2. In particular, the elderly, obese, and those with Type 2 diabetes have a substantially increased risk of a severe case. A lot of emphasis centers around public health measures such as social distancing and mask wearing. These are effective … Continue reading Preventing severe COVID-19: The role of diet
Do you want to improve your gut health? Whether you have IBS and want to control your flares, or you would like to prevent functional gut disorders like IBS altogether, there's a lot you can do. And if you're someone who wants to avoid the pharmaceutical drug roller coaster most people take, you're in luck: … Continue reading 5 important factors to improve your gut health