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
Happy Black Friday!!! And to celebrate we're putting the Stop Leaky Gut Challenge on sale for its lowest price ever. Purchase today and get the Stop Leaky Gut Challenge for $37. That's $70 off the normal price!!! The Stop Leaky Gut Challenge is a comprehensive lifestyle program to help heal your gut. Learn how your … Continue reading Black Friday Sale: $70 off Stop Leaky Gut Challenge
Looking for the causes of leaky gut? Well I have good news for you. Today we release a free new mini course to help those of you with leaky gut. The course, 3 Common Causes of Leaky Gut covers, 3 big reasons why people experience leaky gut. One of the biggest hurdles people have with … Continue reading Free course, 3 common causes of leaky gut
Brain fog describes an inability to think or focus. It also presents with poor mood and lack of motivation. Often it comes paired with other conditions such as: Multiple SclerosisPOTSThyroid disordersChronic fatigue syndromeAlzheimer's diseaseAging. The area of the brain dedicated to motivation, emotion, learning and memory is the hippocampus. During Alzheimer's disease, the hippocampus is … Continue reading Clearing brain fog: The importance of circadian rhythms
The gut microbiome is a key component of our gut and overall health. But many factors go in to building a healthy microbiome, not just your diet. Diet matters, but focusing solely on diet yields poor results. The microbiome is like an extra organ due to the many beneficial functions the microbes within in it … Continue reading The gut microbiome: Why timing matters
Stress is something most people try to avoid. But the truth of the matter is, it's also something that makes us stronger. For example, the beneficial effects of exercise happen because it stresses the body. But this doesn't mean that stress is always good. Stress can build us up, but it can also break us … Continue reading Circadian rhythms, stress, and building resilience
Hey folks, thinking about joining the Circadian Retraining Program? Good news!!! Normally we do a Black Friday sale, but this year we're going at it a little differently. The newest module of the program will be released this Wednesday and it's the biggest module to date. The new module, Syncing the Microbial Clock, is a … Continue reading Circadian Retraining Program “Not Black Friday” Sale!!!
Chronic fatigue syndrome(CFS) is a condition characterized by excessive fatigue with no other underlying condition. Reactivation of latent viral infections is one of the proposed mechanisms behind CFS. However, it may only be causal in a subset of people with the condition There are several latent viruses that, when awoken, cause CFS. I recently covered … Continue reading Is chronic fatigue syndrome caused by leaky gut & circadian disruption?