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Learning to Love Liver (with Middle Eastern Lamb Liver and Liver Paté Recipe)

Today's guest post is written by Terry Wahls, M.D., Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner, clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa and author of The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive MS Using Paleo Principles and Functional Medicine (paperback). You may be familiar with her recovery story, featured here.    I heard a lot of you want to know more about liver!…

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Guest Post: Elle Russ On Her New Book Confident As F***

Today’s guest post is written by Elle Russ. Many of you know her as host of the Primal Blueprint Podcast. She's also the author of Primal Blueprint Publishing’s popular The Paleo Thyroid Solution and a brand new book - Confident As Fu*k (foreword by yours truly). She's been a great colleague and good friend over the years, and I'm happy to share her post today.…

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Cinnamon Tea Cranberry Muffins

A big thank you to the good folks at Pique Tea for today's awesome seasonal recipe. They've got a nice holiday deal going for the tea lover in your life (or yourself). Purchase one of their curated bundles and get a free box of their Jasmine Tea + free shipping. (Trust me, it's good.) Enjoy, folks, and I hope you're enjoying the holiday weekend! These…

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The Power of Red Light Therapy (and a Giveaway…)

Today's post is offered up by the good people at Joovv, a company devoted to researching and harnessing the science of red light therapy. I've gotten to know (and love) their technology over the last year, and my family has, too—especially my daughter and son-in-law. Today I've invited Scott Nelson and his team to share some of their research into red light therapy, a topic…

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Top 10 Reasons You’re Not Getting the Results You Want in the Gym

Good morning, folks. Today's awesome post is offered up by Primal Health Coach Chris Redig.  Are you struggling to see results at the gym? Has your strength training hit a dead end? Maybe you’ve noticed that lifting heavy things doesn’t automatically build muscle. It doesn’t automatically get results. There’s nothing worse than putting in the work but seeing no benefits. Carving time out of a…

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The 5 Best Adaptogens for Stress Reduction

Dr. Jason Fung is stopping by the blog today to share a bit about using adaptogens for stress. Enjoy, everybody—and be sure to share any questions you have on the comment board.  “Adaptogens.” Something about the word is reminiscent of Transformers—you know, those robots that look like a normal automobile or airplane—and then turn into something so much more powerful. In truth, adaptogens aren’t that…

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