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What Is Iodine and When Do You Need It?

Iodine is a mineral required by the human body, but not made by the human body. Iodine has many responsibilities, including thyroid hormone...

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Sleep, Stress Management, and Physical Activity

Nutrition and diet are foundational components of the wholistic approach to health, but sleep, stress, and physical activity are also...

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The Whole Food Advantage

Season 2 host Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, and special guest Weston Bussler, PhD, discuss the whole food advantage. What components...

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(W)holistic Health Matters

Season 2 host Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, and special guest Weston Bussler, PhD, talk about the importance of wholistic health...

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What Does It Mean to Be “Healthy”?

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Low HMO Diversity, High 2’-FL Concentration, and A Mother’s Metabolic Status

A study found that a mother’s metabolic status may influence the diversity of HMO composition in her breastmilk, which may affect the growth of a...

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What Is Iodine and When Do You Need It?

Iodine is a mineral required by the human body, but not made by the human body. Iodine has many responsibilities, including thyroid hormone...

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Untangling the Web of Common Digestive Disorders

The different conditions of the gut seem endless: inflammatory bowel disease vs. irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut, SIBO. However, there are key...

Article • March 2, 2020 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Sleep, Stress Management, and Physical Activity

Nutrition and diet are foundational components of the wholistic approach to health, but sleep, stress, and physical activity are also...

Podcast • January 22, 2020 • 26:46 min BookmarkBookmark

The Whole Food Advantage

Season 2 host Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, and special guest Weston Bussler, PhD, discuss the whole food advantage. What components...

Podcast • January 15, 2020 • 20:21 min BookmarkBookmark

(W)holistic Health Matters

Season 2 host Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, and special guest Weston Bussler, PhD, talk about the importance of wholistic health...

Podcast • January 8, 2020 • 18:45 min BookmarkBookmark

What Does It Mean to Be “Healthy”?

The most common New Year’s resolutions are more often than not related to diet, eating healthier, exercising more, or some...

Podcast • January 1, 2020 • 21:25 min BookmarkBookmark

Bitter Perception Affects Vegetable Consumption

Some individuals have a genetic code written to perceive certain plant compounds as particular bitter. According to research, taste perception makes...

Article • November 15, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Functional Neurology and Nutrition CoTherapy: Live at FCA’s The National | Episode 81

Ryan Lazarus, DC, MS, is a practicing chiropractor and functional medicine practitioner in California near the Napa Valley. He was...

Podcast • August 28, 2019 • 18:40 min BookmarkBookmark

The Importance of Public Health in Patient Care: Live at AANP 2019 | Episode 78

Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, is a public health specialist in North Carolina attending the American Association for Naturopathic Physicians (AANP)...

Podcast • August 28, 2019 • 19:54 min BookmarkBookmark

Low HMO Diversity, High 2’-FL Concentration, and A Mother’s Metabolic Status

A study found that a mother’s metabolic status may influence the diversity of HMO composition in her breastmilk, which may affect the growth of a...

Article • April 21, 2020 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

What Is Iodine and When Do You Need It?

Iodine is a mineral required by the human body, but not made by the human body. Iodine has many responsibilities, including thyroid hormone...

Article • April 7, 2020 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Untangling the Web of Common Digestive Disorders

The different conditions of the gut seem endless: inflammatory bowel disease vs. irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut, SIBO. However, there are key...

Article • March 2, 2020 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Bitter Perception Affects Vegetable Consumption

Some individuals have a genetic code written to perceive certain plant compounds as particular bitter. According to research, taste perception makes...

Article • November 15, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

More Plants, Less Diabetes: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis from Harvard

A systematic review, from Harvard, developed a clear association between plant-based dietary patters and the risk of type 2 diabetes in adults.

Article • August 5, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Black Cumin Seed for Digestion, Metabolism, and Women’s Health

Black cumin seed, a common ingredient in Middle Eastern and Asian cuisine, is an herb known for its relief of indigestion, arthritis, and asthma...

Article • July 20, 2019 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Heart Health

Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids can improve metabolic parameters such as blood pressure, lipid profiles, and insulin sensitivity.

Article • July 15, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Combining Two Super Crops: Buckwheat and Swiss Chard

The combination of two super crops, buckwheat and Swiss chard, yields a colorful variety of amino acids, macronutrients, and phytonutrients, with...

Article • June 24, 2019 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Nourishing Health Care with Medically Tailored Meals

Adopting nutrition-focused medical interventions, such as medically tailored meals (MTMs), into health care could reduce the monetary burden of...

Article • May 31, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Four Powerful Superfoods

Superfoods are comprised of fiber, minerals, protein, phytonutrients, and vitamins that have been associated with improvement in health. Consuming...

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Sleep, Stress Management, and Physical Activity

Nutrition and diet are foundational components of the wholistic approach to health, but sleep, stress, and physical activity are also...

Podcast • January 22, 2020 • 26:46 min BookmarkBookmark

The Whole Food Advantage

Season 2 host Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, and special guest Weston Bussler, PhD, discuss the whole food advantage. What components...

Podcast • January 15, 2020 • 20:21 min BookmarkBookmark

(W)holistic Health Matters

Season 2 host Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, and special guest Weston Bussler, PhD, talk about the importance of wholistic health...

Podcast • January 8, 2020 • 18:45 min BookmarkBookmark

What Does It Mean to Be “Healthy”?

The most common New Year’s resolutions are more often than not related to diet, eating healthier, exercising more, or some...

Podcast • January 1, 2020 • 21:25 min BookmarkBookmark

Functional Neurology and Nutrition CoTherapy: Live at FCA’s The National | Episode 81

Ryan Lazarus, DC, MS, is a practicing chiropractor and functional medicine practitioner in California near the Napa Valley. He was...

Podcast • August 28, 2019 • 18:40 min BookmarkBookmark

The Importance of Public Health in Patient Care: Live at AANP 2019 | Episode 78

Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, is a public health specialist in North Carolina attending the American Association for Naturopathic Physicians (AANP)...

Podcast • August 28, 2019 • 19:54 min BookmarkBookmark

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