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Experience These Delicious Teas and Find Your Favorite

After water, the world’s most popular drink is tea. And whether you’re a new tea drinker or a veteran, there are plenty of reasons to love tea. Are you a recovering caffeine-addict who is looking to turn their coffee habit into a tea habit? Are you a lifelong tea drinker who wants to branch...

KetoFast Explained

In the featured JJ Virgin Lifestyle Show podcast, I discuss my KetoFast protocol, which is the topic of my latest book by the same name. KetoFast is the term I coined to describe a protocol that combines three key strategies: a cyclical ketogenic diet, intermittent fasting and cyclical partial fasting. In this interview, I describe...

RHR: The Root Cause of Thyroid Disorders, with Izabella Wentz

Hashimoto’s is the most common cause of thyroid disorders in the nation—and it can cause disruptive symptoms well before a conventional doctor would make a diagnosis or offer treatment. And that’s where the functional approach differs. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with renowned thyroid specialist Izabella Wentz about how Functional...

Are Superfoods More Than A Catchy Headline?

Looking around the internet, there are a lot of “best superfoods” lists. While each list is different to some extent, the authors seem to agree that superfoods should stand out by providing an optimal amount of either good fats, protein, vitamins and minerals, or other nutrients like antioxidants. Many of these lists include healthy foods...

First Edition: February 21, 2019

Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations. Kaiser Health News: Trump Administration Plan To Beat HIV Hits Rough Road In Rural AmericaOne of the goals President Donald Trump announced in his State of the Union address was to stop the spread of HIV in the U.S. within 10 years.In addition to sending...

Why Herd Immunity Is a Hoax

I recently wrote about the renewed calls for state legislatures to eliminate personal belief vaccine exemptions and restrict medical exemptions, and how California state Sen. Dr. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, is even urging the U.S. Surgeon General to push mandatory vaccinations to the top of the federal public health agenda.1,2 According to Pan, “unwarranted vaccine hesitancy”...

‘No day is a given’

Chelsea Boet, a doctor and young mother of a 1-year-old and 4-year-old, experienced sharp abdominal pain shortly after she gave birth to her son, Oliver. (Taylor Ballek | Spectrum Health Beat) Tests revealed it was metastatic colon cancer, which had already filled her liver with tumors. As a doctor, she knew the grave implications of...

We Tried it For You: Hip Hop Dancing

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GreatCall recalls some Lively Mobile devices, halts sales

Best Buy subsidiary GreatCall has quietly and voluntarily recalled some portion of its recently-launched Lively MobilePlus devices, and has halted the sale of new units. The exact nature of the defect is not clear, but GreatCall referred to the recall in letters to purchasers as an “important safety recall.” The device is currently listed as...

New Study, Avoid Drinking Very Hot Beverages

The fundamental goal of the $3 billion Human Genome Project1 was to discover the genetic origins to common diseases, such as cancer and dementia. Based on this knowledge, scientists believed new treatments could be developed to wipe out conditions rampant in the human population. The project was launched in 1990 and completed in 2003. While...

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