Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: Why It Happens and How to Reverse It

If you’re living with Type-2 Diabetes, pre-diabetes, insulin resistance or another form of metabolic syndrome, you may already know that these conditions don’t often appear alone. A diagnosis of Type-2 Diabetes or metabolic syndrome further increases your chances of also having: Yes.  That’s a long list!  And those conditions have their own risk factors. While …

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Digestion: The Missing Link Between Your Nutrient-Dense Diet and Optimal Health

We believe that nutrition should be about nutrients. But nutrients in your food are only part story.  You also have to absorb the nutrients in the food you eat.   If you feel you’re not getting the results you hoped from a nutrient-dense diet, it might be worth taking a closer look at your digestion. This …

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The Carb-Insulin Hypothesis vs Protein Leverage Hypothesis of Obesity

I’ve recently been having some ‘robust discussion’ on social media around what I think amounts to the Carb-Insulin Model vs the Protein Leverage Hypothesis of obesity and diabetes.  I wanted to unpack and juxtapose the similarities and differences between the two models and explain why I feel the protein leverage hypothesis is a more elegant, …

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How to Optimise Type-1 Diabetes Management (Without Losing Your Mind)

When it comes to optimising metabolic health and blood sugar management, there are many similarities between how to approach Type-1 Diabetes, Type-2 Diabetes, or other conditions related to poor metabolic health.  Because people with Type-1 Diabetes must constantly measure and actively manage their blood glucose and insulin, we can learn a lot from how their …

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