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You should be aware of the food you are consuming. Read this blog to not only refresh your memory but to learn even more about good foods!

A1 vs. A2 Milk And Your Health

Milk is mostly proteins, 80% of which is casein. There are over a dozen different types of casein proteins. The most common are A1 and A2 beta-casein.

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What Are the Best Fats for YOUR Body?

Genetics is possibly the most important factor in selecting which fats are the best for your body.

Generic statements like “coconut oil is the best fat” and “saturated fats are evil” are uneducated opinions.

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What Does It Mean To Have Optimal Micronutrient Levels

In this article, you will learn:
The five levels of nutrification and the “sweet spot” for   optimum performance
How to dial in all your key nutrient levels and feel amazing
The best testing methods to determine and reverse any deficiencies
And much more…

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13 Ways To Increase Your Protein Intake And See Visible Results

Protein is a key building block in your body. It helps repair any muscle fibers that might have been destroyed during exercise. From enzymes to hormones, proteins are involved in a ton of essential bodily processes. Whether you want to gain muscle mass or shed fat, a well-balanced diet with a high protein content will cover all your goals.

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Beginning Your New Diet: How To Start Keto

My keto journey started over 26 years ago, as a chubby teenager trying to lose fat and get shredded. Then, as a hardcore optimizer of all things related to my performance, ketogenic diets have always been the main tool in my toolbox. I have also coached hundreds of clients to achieve great results with keto.

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The Benefits of a Gluten-Free Diet

A gluten-free diet may be difficult to follow, because gluten-containing foods are everywhere. For many people, excluding gluten can reduce inflammation and help with their pesky symptoms.  However, everyone has…

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How To Maintain Stable Blood Sugar Levels

If you often experience energy crashes, brain fog, irritability, sweet cravings, hunger, and are gaining weight in the midsection, you may have insulin resistance and poor blood sugar control.  When…

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