Why you should be Pro-Biotic: Part V – Beware Friendly Fire – The Truth about Infectious Disease and Antibiotics

Germs are everywhere – On your kitchen surfaces, your computer keyboard, even your children’s toys! They’re poised and ready, waiting

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Management of Metabolic Syndrome with Pro and Prebiotics

Why you should be Pro-Biotic: Part IV – Dysbiosis, Inflammation and Chronic Disease

The term dysbiosis refers to an imbalance between the levels of “good” bacteria and “bad” bacteria residing in your gut.

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Why you should be Pro-Biotic: Part III – Meet the Troops

In last week’s instalment of this series of articles on the gut flora mircobiome and its importance to health, we

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Hill Fit by Chris Highcock

Recommended Reading – HillFit by Chris Highcock of Conditioning Research Blog

We’re going to take a quick break from the scheduled programming to bring you news of a great new ebook

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Why you should be Pro-Biotic: Part II – A Question of Digestion

It is generally well known that the reason ruminants are able to digest grass, while we can’t, is that they

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Primal Kitchen Basics – Making Live Sauerkraut

Almost all traditional cultures from across the globe feature some form of fermented vegetable product as part of their cuisine.

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Primal Kitchen Basics – Making Curds and Whey

Most people nowadays only know of curds and whey thanks to the children’s nursery rhyme, Little Miss Muffit. Perhaps the

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Caution: Slippery When Wet – Thanks to Dave @USwim!

Image: Juan Gnecco / FreeDigitalPhotos.net Part of being Primal is being ready for anything. I’ve always prided myself on being

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A dietary cure for Raynauds? Can you bring your fingers back to life with Sushi?

When I first switched from a conventional “healthy diet” to a paleo diet, pretty much every aspect of my health

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