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How Gut Bacteria Increase The Chance You’ll Suffer From Metabolic Syndrome And A Simple Solution (Part 2/2)

New research suggests a powerful interplay between your gut microbiota and inflammation, which can dramatically increase the risk factors contributing to metabolic syndrome, such as obesity, cholesterol and triglycerides. The good news — there’s a simple solution.

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Can The Right Gut Bacteria Fight Obesity And Slay Metabolic Syndrome? (Part 1/2)

DO YOU have any idea what happens within minutes of eating a McDonald’s breakfast of an egg sandwich with cheese and ham, a sausage muffin sandwich, and two hash brown patties?

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Tirzepatide for Weight Loss? Two Much Cheaper and Accessible Alternatives

Tirzepatide for Weight Loss

Using tirzepatide for weight loss may be a good idea, but there are substantial hurdles. One is getting your doctor to prescribe it, especially if you don’t have type 2 diabetes. The other hurdle is its expensive. Oh, you have medical insurance? Good luck with that!  Here are two alternative to tirzepatidetirzepatide for weight loss to consider.

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No Benefit to Time-restricted Eating?

There’s no benefit to time-restricted eating, two recent human trails conclude, as opposed to regular caloric restriction if calories consumed are the same. This conclusion pushes back on many animal studies that assert the opposite. What’s true? Should you try TRE to lose weight and gain health?

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How To Test Your Insulin Sensitivity and Why It Matters

Test your insulin sensitivity

Yes, test your insulin sensitivity, because most of us have less than optimal metabolic health, and that can be a big problem leading to body fat, chronic inflammation, the feminization of men and the masculinization of women.

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Discover Your Biological Age With These 4 Tests, Part 3: Epigenetic Age

epigenetic age

Epigenetic age is the age your are biologically. By calendar years, you may be 50 years old, but your epigenetic age might be ten years, or any number of years, younger or older. Your epigenetic age is the only number that matters, because that’s how old (or young) you really are.

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