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Nutrition includes both what and when we eat.  Elimination diets help many, often beginning by reducing sugar and processed foods. Others choose vegetarian, carnivore or eliminate problematic foods. Evidence also supports benefits of spending some time in a state of ketosis which can be achieved through nutrition (low-carbohydrate and ketogenic diets), fasting, exercise, and (possibly) supplements. 2.0 Metabolic Health Factors

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We’re celebrating our Organizing Research team launching a big project with Metabolic Multipliers Sarah Rice & Nutrition Network 1. Curated low carbohydrate nutrition research for 40+ metabolic conditions Can you name 40+ medical conditions...

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Garlic, sugar & COVID19 11-13.7.2020| Sugar & infection | Aged garlic | Tight Glucose control | Sugars & protein function | Sugars & nerve sheaths | Virality or vitality? |Glycan shield or glucose sword...

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What is metabolic health? A biochemist’s definition

It depends on who you ask, but there are some generally agreed upon parameters for measuring metabolic health. It can be measured in our blood or bodies. These medical, physiological and laboratory test markers...

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Lifestyle Medicine, the key to metabolic healing

What is lifestyle medicine? Lifestyle medicine can be the central vehicle for metabolic intervention and metabolic optimization. Generally speaking, metabolisms are improved with behaviors rather than with the stuff of conventional health care, i.e.,...

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Fact check – Americans Can’t Afford to Wait Any Longer. It’s Time to Overhaul the U.S. Dietary Guidelines

“Americans Can’t Afford to Wait Any Longer.  It’s Time to Overhaul the U.S. Dietary Guidelines.”  More than 50 doctors, researchers, and clinicians signed an open letter that was published in the New York Times...