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Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic Resistance and the Human Microbiome

Introduction Imagine the following scenario: You wake up on a cold winter morning feeling lethargic and slightly feverish and notice a tingling in your throat. On your way to work, you decide to pop into an urgent care clinic where the doctor, after a 10-minute checkup, prescribes a course of antibiotics for a supposed throat…
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Upscaled food for the planet

Upcycled Food: An Innovative Way to Combat Food Waste

In elementary school, the first environmental lesson you probably learned revolved around the importance of “the three R´s:” reduce, reuse, and recycle. Given the fact that U.S. children make up only 3.7 percent of children on the planet but have 47 percent of all toys and children’s books, the lesson of “reducing” the amount of…
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How Tim Ferriss and Joe Rogan pushed the Keto Diet into the Mainstream

How Tim Ferriss and Joe Rogan pushed the Keto Diet into the Mainstream

How is that a nutritional program initially designed as a treatment for epilepsy almost a century ago is today one of the fastest-growing dietary trends in the world? Back in the 1920s, the Ketogenic diet was found to help avoid seizures. The founder, Dr. Russel Wilder of the Mayo Clinic, also discovered that the strict…
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“Fad Diet” Certification triples Keto Butter Creamer

“Fad Diet” Certification Triples in the First Quarter of 2019

For Immediate Release Contact: Jonathan David Email: info@paleofoundation.org Los Angeles, California. April 19, 2019. By the end of 2018, the Paleo Foundation had certified less than 150 products since it began its Keto Certification program in November 2016. However, as of the beginning of the second quarter of the 2019 calendar year, an unprecedented 500…
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Gary Taubes vs Stephan Guyenet on Joe Rogan Podcast

Gary Taubes vs Stephan Guyenet on Joe Rogan Podcast

If you haven’t yet seen the Gary Taubes vs Stephan Guyenet showdown on Joe Rogan’s podcast last week, none of this will make any sense. I’d like to give my thoughts on the Stephen Guyenet vs Gary Taubes debate on the Joe Rogan podcast. I know everyone is tired of this discussion, so hopefully, I…
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DinnerCrasher: Is This the Future of Socializing?

Smelling the intoxicating aroma of an outdoor BBQ can cause a Pavlovian response of drooling on oneself. Your senses anticipate the food, your stomach starts to growl, you can hear the sounds of laughter and perhaps the clinking of martini glasses, and you instinctively know this is the recipe for a great time. But alas,…
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Paleo Diet Food List

The Ultimate Paleo Diet Food List

Navigating a grocery store, supermarket or farmer’s market can be a daunting task, especially for a new Paleo-goer. Some stores, such as Whole Foods, have even begun to label foods as “Paleo” or “Paleo Friendly,” but not all of the items they are labeling really fit the bill. However, this Paleo Diet Food List will…
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Shauna Young, Ph.D. and The Spectrum Balance Protocol

In this interview, Shauna Young, Ph.D. discusses the long-awaited “how to” book Erasing Autism: The Spectrum Balance Protocol that explains the diet that has been used so effectively on Autism and many other ASDs since 2005,  and the last ten years of her life’s work in writing it with Joe Salama. The book itself is written in…
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Nom Nom Paleo

Nom Nom Paleo Disappointment

I’d like to share with you my disappointment with Michelle Tam and Henry Fong’s new cookbook, Nom Nom Paleo. If you decide to pick up a copy of Nom Nom Paleo Food for Humans by Michelle Tam & Henry Fong, you may have to be prepared for a big disappointment.  I say this because I…
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Science Headlines

Science Headlines Pertaining to Food Stuffs:

• “Mind Over Milkshake.” A study originally published in 2011 looking at the psychological control of hormone release has been garnering a lot of media attention as of late and is worth noting. The study demonstrated that food of the same nutritional content, but bearing different labeling, can affect ghrelin production and satiety. Specifically, when people…
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