In this episode of The Health Edge, John and Mark discuss the research linking potential health outcomes with whether milk is from an A1 or A2 source.
In this episode of The Health Edge Mark reviews weight loss and metabolism from a systems-biology perspective. Mark reviews the central connection between lifestyle-environment and insulin-leptin feedback. Enjoy!
In this episode of The Health Edge Mark and John discuss the growing epidemic of non-alcohol fatty liver disease (NAFLD). They review the contributors and share a lifestyle roadmap for prevention and reversal of NAFLD. Enjoy!
In this episode of The Health Edge, Mark and John review current guidelines with respect to sodium intake and the risks of cardiovascular disease. It is hard NOT to conclude that the current guidelines are not well aligned with current best evidence. This is another clinical, public health and cultural meme that should be re-examined.
In this previously recorded episode of The Health Edge Mark reviews the research and mechanisms that powerfully link the quality of meaningful relationships in our lives with longevity and reduced disease risk.
In this episode of The Health Edge Mark and John discuss the impact that processed food has on our brain’s reward system and our behavior.
In this episode of The Health Edge Mark and John review the sources and biologic activity of Vitamin K2. This critical and oft overlooked fat soluble vitamin protects against calcification of vasculature, reduces risk of heart disease and cardiovascular morbidity, and is critical for maintaining bone health.
In this pre-recorded (Sept. 2016) episode of The Health Edge Mark reviews effective lifestyle interventions than can powerfully lower chronic inflammation.
In this episode of The Health Edge Mark and John discuss the recently published PURE study. This was a large study including over 13k participants in 5 continents from 18 countries. Lower amounts of carbohydrates and higher amounts of fat intake, as a percentage of daily calories were associated with significant reductions in mortality and stroke.
In this episode of The Health Edge Mark and John discuss changes in our ecosystem that have impacted the quality of seafood sources.