Food intolerance reversed with circadian optimization

Hello folks, time for some more food intolerance reversal in this testimonial from a member of the Circadian Retraining Program. I began talking with Chuck before I even developed the program. He was an early follower of Hack Your Gut and we'd often discuss aspects of diet from different perspectives. Chuck has made major improvements … Continue reading Food intolerance reversed with circadian optimization

Chronic diarrhea more common in the obese

Chronic diarrhea is a common condition affecting nearly 20 million Americans every year. Many factors may contribute to the condition including: ObesityHigh daily carbohydrate intakeBeing femaleFeeling depressed A lot of mystery surrounds the causes of diarrhea. As a result, people often have problems addressing it. One factor strongly associated with chronic diarrhea is obesity. However, … Continue reading Chronic diarrhea more common in the obese

Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome bites the dust!

Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) is a condition where a person's heart rate elevates rapidly when going from seated to standing. POTS occurs because blood vessels don't tighten rapidly enough when you stand quickly. It's a form of autonomic dysfunction that causes blood to pool in the legs and the brain receives inadequate blood flow. … Continue reading Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome bites the dust!

PCOS: The first step to treat it without drugs

PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, is the most common hormonal disorder in women of reproductive age. Symptoms of PCOS include: Irregular menstrual cyclesHigh androgen(Male sex hormone) levelsThe development of cysts that rupture and cause pain Aside from the painful cyst ruptures, PCOS also negatively affects a woman's fertility. It's more common in women who are … Continue reading PCOS: The first step to treat it without drugs

Autism and circadian disruption: Adding fuel to the fire?

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?

Variability in your sleep pattern doubles your risk of metabolic dysfunction

A study published earlier this month showed that variability in sleep timing and sleep schedule doubles a person's risk for metabolic dysfunction by increasing the risk of multiple metabolic abnormalities.  These metabolic abnormalities include: High Body Mass Index(BMI) High Waist Circumference Elevated Systolic Blood Pressure Elevated Diastolic Blood Pressure Elevated Triglycerides Low HDL Cholesterol Elevated … Continue reading Variability in your sleep pattern doubles your risk of metabolic dysfunction