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15 Ways To Have a Great Poo, Every time

Nutrition

Lynda: It’s a common problem that most avoid talking about. I on the other hand, love discussing constipation, particularly because it can be a big indicator of your current health. Constipation has many causes, from poor diet and fluid intake to the presence of a pathogen (bacteria, fungi), emotional imbalance and so on. This article will 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…

Dan Henderson: The Best Exercise For Fat Loss?

180 TV

The video above is 2 minutes 28 seconds long Guy: Working in the fitness industry for many years, the one question I would get asked all the time was, ‘what’s the best exercise for fat loss?’ So it was great to be able to reverse rolls and ask our special guest this week that very question Read More…

Tania Flack: Why Food Intolerances Are Holding Your Health Hostage

180 TV

[ebook] Audio Version Have you ever wondered if food intolerances are actually preventing you from reaching your true health/fitness potential? Learn how getting rid of the foods that disagree with you can shed the kilos, reclaim your youth, energy, sleep, exercise recovery and watch your body transform for the better! This is the full interview Read More…

Do you know your good fats?

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// Ask anybody what is that one thing which they wouldn’t want to be friends with when on a weight loss spree and the first thing that they are certain to say is ‘fats’. Often given a bad name, the truth of the matter is that there are some fats one can’t live without. While Read More…

Improve brain function with omega 3 fatty acid.

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// Fish has long been considered in myriad cultures to be “brain food,” but only recently has bona fide science begun to support this deep-rooted belief. Researchers now know that the omega-3 fatty acids found in flaxseed and oily fish such as salmon and herring may play a critical role in both development and maintenance Read More…

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