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Should Everyone Be Low Carb? End the Confusion Now with Dr Peter Brukner

180 TV

The above video is 3 minutes long. Watch the full interview below or listen to the full episode on your iPhone HERE. Our awesome guest today is Dr. Peter Brukner who is currently the team doctor for the Australian cricket team. His impressive resume includes being team doctor to four Australian national teams – swimming, hockey, athletics and soccer. He Read More…

5 Ways to Improve Your Gut & Understanding Microbiome

Nutrition

Guy: With all the years I’ve been working in the health and wellness space, there’s been one thing that has stood out over time. Yes, I believe one of the corner stones of great health is the integrity of the your gut. Not the most glamorous answer I know, but one you seriously don’t want to overlook. Some estimates Read More…

David Gillespie: Sweet Poison

180 TV

Audio Version [ebook]By Guy Lawrence This is the full interview with Sweet Poison Author David Gillespie. He is s a recovering corporate lawyer and has deciphered the latest medical findings on diet and weight gain. In his own words he says that what he found was chilling. You can watch a 2 minute gem from the interview here: Read More…

Can I eat honey and agave syrup if I am trying to lose body fat?

Weight Loss

By Guy Lawrence ‘For all but the last few hundred years (a heartbeat on the genetic evolution time scale), really sweet foods have been difficult to find.’ – David Gillespie Sugar… It’s a delicate topic. Unless you’ve been living in a cave lately, you will know that sugar has been copping a lot of flack Read More…

Turn yourself from hero to zero. Get the skinny on insulin resistance.

Nutrition

// By Tania Flack What is Insulin Resistance? Many factors contribute to insulin resistance (IR) including poor diet and stress. It develops over time as the body gradually looses the ability to control blood sugar levels effectively. Muscle, fat and liver cells slowly become less sensitive to insulin which is used to transport glucose into Read More…

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