“The concept of good health being a basis for performance was alien to me as an athlete for a long time, and I paid a high price….”
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Organic or Non-organic? – That is the question. The decisions you make can impact an entire industry. Get all of the facts so you can choose confidently.
Cheap meat may seem like a short-term win, but why should meat be cheap? Most of human history saw incredible investment of time and effort into the procurement of meat – is there a reason it should be different now?
Getting blood markers checked has never been easier or more accessible. So, what do you need to consider to ensure you make practical and effective use of your blood test?
We now know the health of your gut has wide ranging implications for the health of your whole body and this is why your gut health is worth paying attention to.
In the 19th century a French debate raged between two of the eras biggest intellectual heavyweights that would determine the way practiced medicine for the last 150 years, and still do to this day.
Though our cognitive abilities and potential for abstract thought set us apart from other animals, we shouldn’t be tricked into thinking that we are different in respect to how our genetics express themselves in with our environment. We are still animals, designed to thrive in our natural environment.
Evolutionarily speaking, every genetic polymorphism that exists must have conveyed evolutionary advantage at some point or it would not exist. For example, in the context of food scarcity, a gene that encourages calorie-dense food consumption may be an advantage.
This poses a huge challenge to western medicine which historically likes to work in silos, where you see a specialist for each separate area of the body. The multi-systems nature of ongoing Covid, whereby it seems to be common that symptoms will appear in one area only to subside and arise in a different system does not sit well within the framework of western medicine.
The truth is, any of the statements above can be correct, or not, dependent on biological context, such as your body, lifestyle, genetics and a host of other variables.