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2012 is almost over. Bellies are stuffed. The bases of Christmas Trees are littered with torn wrapping paper. Pens are clicking, ready to jot down New Year’s Resolutions. But that Times Square ball hasn’t dropped yet! There’s still a few … Continue reading
There is still on-going debate about the health benefits of excluding animals from your diet. We’re not going to go into that today. Our goal is to supply our readers with healthy recipes for the holiday season, regardless of their … Continue reading
It’s great to visit family, loved ones, old friends. But it can be stressful when it interferes with a routine you’ve really grown into. Hours in a plane, different time zones, tons of food you have no clue the content … Continue reading
We reached out to our wonderful practitioner network and asked them one simple question: How can our readers avoid getting sick during the holiday travel season?
Twenty-seven years old. Finishing medical school to enter a surgical residency at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Peter Attia (just Peter at the time) was on top of the world! Until the back pain started. What began as one day calling in sick … Continue reading
By now, you’ve probably heard about low-carb eating, and may have even adopted the lifestyle yourself. If you’re a little new to the whole low-carb thing, it’s not just about weight loss. Health benefits can include reduced risk of diabetes, … Continue reading