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My Formula For a Long & Happy Life – With Paleo & Primal Expert Mark Sisson

180 TV

The above video is 3:53 minutes long. Watch the full interview below or listen to the full episode on your iPhone HERE. This week we have the fantastic paleo and primal expert Mark Sisson. He is a best selling author and runs the hugely successful blog ‘Mark’s Daily Apple’. His experience and knowledge is exceptional, as he shares with us Read More…

Professor Tim Noakes: The Exercise & Carbohydrate Myth

Exercise

By Guy Lawrence This is the full interview with South African running legend Professor Tim Noakes. He is a health professor of exercise and sport science at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. You can watch a 2 minute gem from the interview here: Is Running Effective for Fat Burning?  In this weeks episode:- Why Tim famously Read More…

Can we thrive without carbs?

Nutrition

Podcast episode #4 By Guy Lawrence // Ever wondered if we can live without carbohydrates? It certainly gets a lot of stick in the press… In this episode of The Health Sessions I catch up with Shane Richards of Holistic Foundations who chats to us about life without carbs. Shane runs a thriving community/gym with a fantastic approach around health & Read More…

High fibre diet aids (IBS) Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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// Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a complex disorder with a wide range of symptoms, some of which may be related to diet. Poor eating habits such as skipping meals, low intake of fibre and fluid, excessive fatty food intake, sensitivity to milk and other dairy products (see lactose intolerance) and excessive caffeine and alcohol Read More…

Exercise proven to help IBS syndrome

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// If your body is having a hard time getting things moving, so to speak, it may be time for you to get moving. A new study suggests that regular physical activity may alleviate irritable bowel syndrome or IBS. Irritable bowel syndrome, which is characterized by intermittent constipation and/or diarrhea, affects as many as 20 percent Read More…

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