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Dave Asprey Wants to Make You Bulletproof Through Biohacking
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Dave Asprey Wants to Make You Bulletproof Through Biohacking

On this episode of Spartan UP! podcast, the bestselling author of "The Bulletproof Diet" describes biohacking's unconventional methods to improve physical and mental health.
Entrepreneur Network
Report Warns Alcohol, Processed Meats and Obesity Increase Stomach Cancer Risk
Personal Health

Report Warns Alcohol, Processed Meats and Obesity Increase Stomach Cancer Risk

The authors claim avoiding these factors could prevent 4,000 new stomach cancer cases in the U.S. each year.
Lydia Belanger
YouTube Fitness Star Cassey Ho's 3 Quick Health Tips For Busy Entrepreneurs
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YouTube Fitness Star Cassey Ho's 3 Quick Health Tips For Busy Entrepreneurs

The popular pilates instructor says these are the essential cornerstones of staying fit and eating right when you're on a tight schedule.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Zara Is the Latest Perpetrator of T-Shirt Outrage Thanks to a Gluten-Themed Crop Top
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Zara Is the Latest Perpetrator of T-Shirt Outrage Thanks to a Gluten-Themed Crop Top

The retailer pulled a shirt that reads: 'Are You Gluten Free?' after it drew mixed reactions.
Laura Entis
Would You Eat Lab-Grown Beef? This Startup Is Counting on It.
Food Tech

Would You Eat Lab-Grown Beef? This Startup Is Counting on It.

How do you get a wary public to embrace meat cultured from stem cells?
Laura Entis
The 3-Word Diet That Can Lead to a Better Life
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The 3-Word Diet That Can Lead to a Better Life

Chris Kresser knows that what we put into our bodies is what determines our health.
Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never Changed
Personal Health

Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never Changed

Vilifying a nutrient -- from fat, cholesterol to sugar -- doesn't necessarily lead to a more balanced, healthful diet. Instead, it often has the opposite effect, experts say.
Laura Entis
Study: Low-Fiber Diets Could Be Messing With Gut Bacteria Diversity
Personal Health

Study: Low-Fiber Diets Could Be Messing With Gut Bacteria Diversity

A lack of diversity is never a good thing, especially for our microbiomes, which may be a factor in obesity.
Laura Entis
Could 'Poop Pills' Be the Key to Treating Obesity?
Health

Could 'Poop Pills' Be the Key to Treating Obesity?

Researchers are examining the link between gut bacteria and metabolism in humans with new clinical trial.
Laura Entis
Your Server's Wide Waistline May Steer You Towards Dessert
Personal Health

Your Server's Wide Waistline May Steer You Towards Dessert

Diners who were served by a waiter with higher BMIs were more likely to end their meals with a sweet treat, according to study.
Laura Entis
Want to Lose Weight in the New Year? Start by Conducting a Food Audit.
Personal Health

Want to Lose Weight in the New Year? Start by Conducting a Food Audit.

Getting in better shape is a popular resolution, but most people go into it without a plan.
Stephen J. Bronner
Looking to Lose Weight? Researchers Say This Simple Switch Can Do the Trick.
Weight loss

Looking to Lose Weight? Researchers Say This Simple Switch Can Do the Trick.

It may seem silly, but a study shows using a different utensil can change your thinking.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
The Seriously Unsexy Origins of the Graham Cracker
Who Knew?

The Seriously Unsexy Origins of the Graham Cracker

The dry, plain crackers were invented to cool certain urges. You know the ones.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Gut Bacteria May Be the Key to Weight Loss
Personal Health

Gut Bacteria May Be the Key to Weight Loss

A new study adds to the growing evidence that weight is influenced by our microbiomes.
Laura Entis