Bacterial imbalances in the gut cause brain chemistry disturbances.
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10 Critical Ketogenic Diet Tips A ketogenic diet is a very low carbohydrate, moderate protein and high fat based nutrition plan. A ketogenic diet trains the individual’s metabolism to run off of fatty acids or ketone bodies. This is called fat adapted, when the body has adapted to run off of fatty acids/ketones at rest. […]
Herbs and Supplements to Improve Ketosis A ketogenic diet is a very low carbohydrate, moderate protein and high fat based nutrition plan. A ketogenic diet trains the individual’s metabolism to run off of fatty acids or ketone bodies. This is called fat adapted, when the body has adapted to run off of fatty acids/ketones at […]
I am reading a book about Goddesses, hoping to shed more light on the mystical power of the divine feminine – that inborn force that we must learn to wield, hold gently but firmly so that we can be guided from a space of intuition and strength rather than fear and controlling. I sent a […]
The ancestral diet revolution is in full swing, and, as a result, more and more athletes are choosing to adopt a Paleo-based approach to eating in order to improve their performance. One question I get asked a lot by clients who are thinking about going Paleo or even those already in the community is “Are […]
The question of folate in food safe for MTHFR mutants has, like everything else about MTHFR, a complex answer: yes and no. Sigh. But actually there’s a pretty easy split, and that’s between foods naturally high in folate, and foods fortified with folic acid. Foods Naturally High in Folate This list is all awesomeness. These […]
A healthy diet makes for a healthy brain, while a poor diet might actually be killing off neurons, leading to brain shrinkage and a greater risk of depression and dementia.
“I have Lyme disease,” writes this week’s viewer. “Is there anything I can do to treat it naturally?” Lyme disease, the most common American tick-borne infectious disease, often goes undiagnosed or becomes misdiagnosed. That becomes a real problem when you consider that in America, up to 300,000 new cases a year of Lyme disease diagnoses […]
One of the underlying themes in The Symbiont Factor is that of parasitic or symbiont influences on host behavior. I gave an example of a parasite that attacks bees and makes them do their bidding, as well as the rather famous example of Toxoplasma gondii which infects rats and makes them attracted to cats to […]
Hey, folks! It’s Friday once again, and that usually means it’s time for one of your amazing success stories. But something remarkable has been going on here at Mark’s Daily APple that gave me an idea. Over the last year, there’s been a core group of people that our worker bees at MDA have gotten […]