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How to be a Regenetarian

Humans love technology.  Innovation is fundamental to who we are and has ensured we have thrived to the point that we now dominate every corner of the globe! But sometimes we take things too far.  We struggle to achieve balance, both as individuals and as a species.    We are now facing some significant health and […]

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Optimal amino acid intake for satiety and weight loss

While many people are familiar with vitamins and minerals, most of us don’t give much thought to the individual amino acids that make up protein. Following on from the analysis of the essential vitamins, minerals and fatty acids, this article looks at our satiety response to the individual amino acids to determine optimal stretch targets […]

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Optimising Dr Paul Saladino’s carnivore diet

It’s great to see Dr Paul Saladino MD thriving on a nutrient-dense nose-to-tail carnivorous diet.   I’m really excited that Paul is talking about the importance of nutrient density in a carnivorous context.  Paul is “on a quest to find the human user manual”, which is something I can identify with.   There are plenty of benefits […]

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What does Nutrient Density Look Like?

Beyond all the words and numbers on Optimising Nutrition, it was great to see nutrient-dense recipes people created in response to the Nutrient Optimiser challenge when they focused on improving their micronutrient profile on the first Nutrient Optimiser Challenge.   People found that sharing their food photos with the Nutrient Optimiser Facebook Group was a […]

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