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5 Simple Steps to Reducing Sugar In Your Diet — and Why You Need To

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Sugar is heavily scrutinized, from documentaries like Fed Up to books like Eve Shaub’s “Year of No Sugar: A Memoir,” because of its link to many potential health problems. Continue reading

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3 Reasons Women Should Know Their hs-CRP Levels

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For women of any age, knowing your hs-CRP levels is invaluable because of its association with living a long and healthy life.

hs-CRP as a beacon for inflammation. Because your liver produces this protein in response to inflammation, hs-CRP is one of the best indicators of inflammation. Continue reading

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4 Basic Facts Everyone Should Know About Cortisol

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Meet the hormone that responds to physical and mental stress, is highest in the morning and typically decreases throughout the day, and increases during times of starvation: Cortisol.

Because healthy cortisol levels are key to living a healthy life, here are four facts you should know about cortisol and how it impacts your body. Continue reading

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“Am I Overtraining?” What this Performance Nutritionist Learned Through Blood Testing.

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Meet Kyla Channell, a 29-year old Performance Nutritionist from California. When she’s not gardening or hiking with her dog, she loves to listen to crime podcasts and spend time with

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family and friends. She currently manages and maintains her health with frequent blood tests and supplementing as necessary. Her diet consists of whole, unprocessed foods and exercise 3-6x/wk with a combination of activities like mountain biking, Bikram yoga, strength training, trail running, and swimming.

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Your Ultimate Cheat Sheet to Understanding Vitamin D

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When it comes to something so personal and unique as your health, the volume of information out there can be a lot to sift through. Enjoy this FAQ cheat sheet we made for vitamin D – are there others you’d like us to cover? Leave suggestions in the comments! Continue reading

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Sugar vs. Salt: Which One is Worse For You?

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If you’ve explored various nutrition plans and diets, you’ll see a common theme of eliminating various things. Maybe you’ve even tried some of them yourself or know someone who did (andcan’tstoptalkingaboutit)? Some examples of elimination: Continue reading

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