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106 / Feeling Your Best Working Out with the Minimum Effective Dose with Adina Rubin

106 / Feeling Your Best Working Out with the Minimum Effective Dose with Adina Rubin

Nutritional therapy consultant and a medical exercise specialist Adina Rubin explains the importance of adapting each workout to the individual. Working out and dieting incorrectly can lead to many problems. Adina describes how she helps her clients find the routines that are just right for them.

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105 / What You Need to Do to Treat the Root Causes of Hashimoto’s with Reed Davis

105 / What You Need to Do to Treat the Root Causes of Hashimoto’s with Reed Davis

Many of the clients that I see have been to several other practitioners already. That might be because their previous practitioners just looked at them as data and test results. Today, I’m speaking with someone who redefined how we approach our patients to actually make sense of the data they provide.

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103 / How to Find and Remove Toxic Mold From Your Home the Right Way with Brian Karr

103 / How to Find and Remove Toxic Mold From Your Home the Right Way with Brian Karr

Even after mold remediation, people still get sick. That’s because mold is extremely hard to vanquish for good. And mold affects so many of us. As many as 40 percent of the population is mold sensitive. That’s why it’s crucial that you not only identify its presence but get rid of it too.

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100 / Get Amazing Results at Home with Interval Training with Martin Gibala, Ph.D

100 / Get Amazing Results at Home with Interval Training with Martin Gibala, Ph.D

People often think of exercise as a time-consuming task that takes over your whole day. New research is showing that this doesn’t have to be the case. As many of us spend more time at home, exercising in short spurts can be what we need to do to keep our muscles from wasting away.