Today I’m sharing the top 3 worst pieces of advice you’ll hear from many doctors, trainers, nutritionist and dietitians. Some of these you may have heard, some you may have tried to follow. While they may sound like good advice, they are NOT serving you.… Read More »The WORST common advice for health
My genetics and family history say I’ll die before I’m 50…I don’t think so! From overweight, chronically sore, bloated, tired and loaded with acne – to an easily sustained weight loss, limitless energy, and no more digestive issues! In this video I’m sharing my story… Read More »I don’t want to die young like my family did!
Let’s talk cheat meals… It’s going to happen – eventually you’ll indulge in junk, higher carbs, or vacation foods! In order to prevent going totally off the rails, this video gives you four strategies to recover after a cheat day (or several). What you do… Read More »The Best Way to Recovery After a Cheat Day!
In the last two posts, I shared how to know if you have Metabolic Syndrome and/or Insulin Resistance. In this video I’m sharing 5 strategies to reverse insulin resistance as quickly as possible – by addressing the ROOT CAUSE, not simply masking symptoms. Want to… Read More »Reverse Insulin Resistance Fast
About half of the US population has insulin resistance – and most don’t know it! Insulin resistance is NOT just about diabetes and obesity, but nearly every chronic disease/disorder has been linked – heart disease, hormone imbalances, cancer, autoimmune conditions, and even infertility and sexual… Read More »10 Signs of Insulin Resistance and 3 Ways to Repair
And how is it diagnosed? Research shows 88% of the population are NOT metabolically healthy! Are you one of the 88% or one of the 12%? In this video I walk you through the 5 markers of metabolic syndrome, so you will know which group… Read More »What is Metabolic Syndrome?
This study from 2020 published in the Integrative Medicine: A Clinicians Journal, looked at the effects of spore-based probiotics on people with high triglycerides.Read this study here. Poor gut health has been linked to nearly every chronic disease and a healthy, diverse microbiome has been… Read More »Can Probiotics Lower Triglyceride Levels?
How do carbohydrates affect the brain’s reward center? Harvard Medical School just published a brand new study in the Journal of Nutrition on this very topic! They examined 72 overweight adults over 20 weeks, comparing a low carb/high fat, moderate carb/fat, and a high carb/low… Read More »Are Carbs Really Addictive?
We’ve all heard how much fiber we need and that most people don’t consume enough fiber. We need it for our colon health, healthy bowel movements, lowering cholesterol, feeding our microbiome…but is it true? There’s a bit of conflicting information in the science, but there… Read More »Is Fiber Necessary or Overhyped?
We’ve been told for years that in order to lose weight we have to be in a calorie deficit – this can be from reducing our calorie intake, increasing our calorie burn or a combination of the two. But does it work? Is this the… Read More »Is ‘Eat Less Move More’ Good Advice for Weight Loss?
Saturated fats have been the enemy for decades…and most recommendations will tell you stop reduce them. But what does the scientific research say? Watch this video for the latest. This video references this study from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32562735/
Metabolic syndrome is a commonly-known disorder of increased waist circumference, elevate blood pressure, low HDL (“good”) cholesterol, elevated blood sugars, and high fasting insulin. Check out this video for research on metabolic disorders. Questions? Drop ‘em!
Today I’m bringing you another brand-new study published in January 2021 examined the effects of High Intensity Interval Training and Resistance Training on the effects of glucose, insulin, cortisol, lactate, and free fatty acids in the blood.Study publication: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33401694/ Which style of workout is YOUR… Read More »Is HIIT or Resistance Training Better for Improving Insulin Sensitivity?
In this video I discuss this study published in February 2021 in the ISME Journal: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41396-021-00909-x#Sec18 This study examined saccharine, sucralose (Splenda), aspartame, and acesulfame potassium (aka ace-K or acesulfame K) and how these sweeteners impact microbes – specifically microbial resistance. These sweeteners are poison… Read More »Non-Nutritive Sweeteners lead to MORE antimicrobial resistance!