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8 Tips for Proper Desk Posture at Work
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9 Common Reasons to See a Chiropractor
How Climate Change is Contributing to the Spread of Vector-Borne Illnesses — and How to Protect Yourself
Allergies, Sensitivities, Intolerances: All About Food Reactions
Adverse reactions to many foods are on the rise, and while allergies are often more easily identifiable, sensitivities and intolerances typically are not. Regardless, they can all cause troubling effects in the body. Samantha McKinney, RD, explains the differences between food allergies, sensitivities, and intolerances, what the common food offenders are, how to spot signs of a reaction, and — in the case of the latter two — why those signs are often symptoms but not the root cause.
How to Build Mental Resilience Through Thermaculture
How Extreme Temperatures Caused by Climate Change Can Affect Your Health — and How to Stay Safe
How Climate Change Affects Your Health — and How to Build Resilience
FDA Proposes Updates to “Healthy” Food Criteria
5 Common Types of Headaches and What They Mean
PUMPING IRONY: When Artificial Intelligence Overrules the Real Thing
What Is Inflammation?
Inflammation is a natural bodily response that is essential in acute circumstances — we need it to happen we get a paper cut or if we’re fighting a head cold. Its harmful effects occur, however, when it becomes chronic and systemic. Functional-medicine practitioner Gregory Plotnikoff, MD, shares what to know about inflammation, including what causes it, how it impacts our health, ways we can test for it, and proactive steps we can take in our daily lives to tame it.
What Is Lymphatic-Drainage Massage?
A Look at the Stress Reaction and Heart Health Lab Panel
What Is Medical Gaslighting?
3 Life Time Coaches Give Their Top Tips for Healthy Transformation
How Much Protein Do I Need?
If you ask any of the Life Time dietitians — including this episode’s guest, Paul Krieger, RD, CPT — they’ll note that one of the most important things you can do for your nutrition is make sure you’re consuming enough quality protein. Kriegler explains why this macronutrient is so critical for health, and he shares how much protein you need, what animal and plant sources are the best, and ways to support your body in properly digesting and absorbing it.