Dietary Sources of Iodine An important fact about iodine in general is that the adage “if a little...Read More
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Using a Masimo Might Sat Pulse Oximeter for Acclimating to Altitude The effects of high altitude on humans are considerable; many changes in the body are occurring simultaneously. The key elements in acclimating to altitude aim...Read More
Matt Goerke season 2017 I help many athletes through many situations as they can tell you. Matt...Read More
Example Number 2 – C Reactive Protein (CRP) This is an example of a ultra-endurance runner who is...Read More
Have you ever wondered what is happening in your body after you complete that Ironman Triathlon or that Ultra Run of 50 or 100 miles? As these events become more popular, especially in the masters competition. These events bring...Read More
Liver Myths Many have been misled to believe the liver is a “filter” and thus filters and stores toxins. The liver is actually the body’s “metabolic engine” and its main role is to neutralize toxins (such as drugs, chemical...Read More
Last time we left on talking about how medical science asks you to believe on blind faith. A vivid...Read More
Putting it all together So to sum up the Well Formulated Ketogenic Diet (WFKD – see post 1), the marbled steak is not a problem, it is when high fatty foods are combined with starches like potatoes, that you enter a...Read More
Saturated Fat – the Devil is in the Details Saturated fat is often stated in debates as a cause of heart disease, which is why you sometimes hear it’s bad to eat meat, eggs, coconuts, and other forms of saturated fat. But...Read More
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