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My Meals in a Week

Japan

  My Meals in a Week   I get a lot of questions on my website, and unfortunately I do not have the time to answer many of them. I also get a lot of questions from my friends and…
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Health Winners of 2015

Health Winner 2015

  My Health Winners of 2015   Rather than tell you about my resolutions for 2016 (I don’t have any as I am perfect), I have listed those components of my 2015 that made me a healthier, happier, and better…
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Paleo, Carbs, and Brain Evolution: the (non)Controversy

The Maasai love their raw blood. Sometimes they even mix a little raw milk with it as well.

Paleo, Carbohydrates, and Brain Evolution: the Controversy that doesn’t Exist Scientists from several European countries in Europe and Australia recently published their hypothesis The Importance of Dietary Carbohydrate in Human Evolution in The Quarterly Review of Biology. Their interesting work…
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Ways to Reduce the Cancer Risk from Cooking

Bone Marrow Shank

Cooking without Fire While an exact date remains elusive, around a million years ago humans began using fire to cook their food.1 The benefits were plenty. The heat from fire provided a method of destroying potentially harmful microorganisms within meats…
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Bone Broth: The Most Delicious and Nutritious Breakfast

Bone Broth

  Bone Broth: Delicious and Full of Nutrients   I eat around three meals per day. Some days I’ll eat one more and some days I’ll eat none. However, one thing is consistent: I cook all my meals. Along these…
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Podcast 78 – You Know What to Do

Podcast 78: You Know What to Do   The Relentless Roger and the Caveman Doctor Podcast: Simplifying complex issues for healthy living   What happens when you merge the worlds of doctor and personal trainer? What do you find at…
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The Benefits, Harms, and Confusion of Antioxidants

Mitohormesis

Antioxidants: Beneficial, Harmful, or Just Confusing   For millions of years, humans have been surrounded by stressful and unfavorable events and times, ranging from plagues and droughts, to periods of war and starvation. Most would consider these events as anything…
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Alchemists and Animals

Pastured Animals

  Alchemists and animals: This is the story of Emily and Sarah…   Meet Emily.   Emily lives in an empty 300-square-foot apartment. Emily’s cubical at her office is so small that her elbows touch each wall and her head…
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Podcast 77 – We All Float on Again

We are Back!   The Relentless Roger and the Caveman Doctor Podcast: Simplifying complex issues for healthy living   What happens when you merge the worlds of doctor and personal trainer? What do you find at the crossroads of medicine,…
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Chemoprevention: Stopping Cancer Before It Starts

Broccoli Chemoprevention

Chemoprevention:   “The use of natural, synthetic, or biologic chemical agents to reverse, suppress, or prevent carcinogenic progression to invasive cancer.”1   With cancer, the best form of cure is prevention. Along these lines, researchers are always looking for methods…
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