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Nutrition, health, training, and life and purpose articles with a liberal dose of off-topic content
Sleep has a complex relationship with health. In this review, Dr Cliff Harvey explores the effects of poor sleep on health, and of poor health on sleep.
Kumara and yams are first-choice carbs!
Don’t buy into the low-fat hype!
It is widely accepted that exercise improves health and is, by extension, a valuable contributor to proper immune functioning and resistance to infection. However, excessive exercise is a stressor that can dampen immune functions and as a result, over-training can lead to increased rates of infection with colds and flu-like…...
Even if you’re not vegetarian or vegan, you may tend to really ‘load up’ your plate with carb foods like rice.
Stress has an undeniable and large effect on health and is a less commonly discussed, but extremely important part of encouraging the greatest human resilience and resistance to infections. A systematic review of 56 studies showed that stress had a significant impact on measures of immunity (reduced natural killer cell
It is likely that sleeping too little, or having poor sleep, and possibly sleeping too long impact immunity. There are strong associations between sleep length and quality and a range of long-term health outcomes, such as1: Diabetes mellitus Hypertension Cardiovascular diseases Coronary heart diseases Obesity Over 70 studies featuring more
General rule: avoid breakfast cereals.
The Autoimmune Protocol diet is popular among people with AI conditions and allergies. How effective is this diet? What does the research say?
Issue 5 | Volume 2 | May 2020 In this issue: The Carb-Appropriate Research Review goes all-in on IMMUNITY; auto-immunity, the auto-immune protocol diet (AKA ‘AIP’), and how your immune system is affected by stress, sleep and exercise. Featured article All About: Immunity Immunity is a hot topic right now
Doing too much too soon can sabotage your results. On the other hand, making small, consistent improvements can yield big results over the long-term
What is 'autoimmunity'? And what does the evidence tell us about treating autoimmune conditions with diet and lifestyle?
Put more veggies on your plate!
Immunity is a hot topic right now but many claims simply aren't backed by evidence.
So, how can we support our innate immunity?
Cliff chats with nutritionist and researcher Dr Mikki Williden about how to achieve *actual* holistic wellness