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    Hardly a day goes by without a research study or article being published about the gut microbiome. When it comes to cutting-edge innovations in medicine, all signs point to the microbiome. As Hippocrates once said, “All disease begins in the gut.”The central location of your microbiome is your gut,...
    Red Lobster’s famous cheddar bay biscuits. So savory and cravable, maybe they’re better named crack biscuits.But eat too many and not only will you be too full for lobster… you might be sick to your stomach.The solution?Recreate the classic with this healthy Keto Red Lobster Biscuit copycat recipe! This recipe is...
    The healthcare industry is in dire need of a shake-up and Geeta has the experience and the vision to do it. We caught up with this dynamo entrepreneur to find out what she will be speaking about at our YBL conference in June. Pursuing Real Change AGEIST: Why would you leave...
    I recently had the opportunity to have lunch with six leading doctors in brain research and medical care. Encompassing all matters pertaining to the “neck up,” these were the best and brightest. All assembled, by one hospital, as part of a new program designed to bring maximum efficiency and...
    We ask AGEIST Lead Science Writer, Mike James about this often misunderstood sleep supplement. Let's look at age-related decrease in melatonin. What is the deal with this? Many clinical studies have found a decrease in melatonin levels with age. However, a few studies have failed to find this age-related decrease. The decrease in...
    Over the last year I have reduced and honed the supplements I take. For the most part, I try to stay away from taking many supplements, preferring to get my nutrition from food. However, there are exceptions. Below are the supplements I take, and this is not meant to...
    If it’s January, this must be sparkling water.Back in the days when I was in the music business, I rationalized that drinking was a natural part of socializing, networking and checking out fledgling bands in bars and nightclubs. After I accidentally crash-landed in the culinary world, I rationalized that...
    AI hunts for cures There are 8,000 diseases out there that need curing. Thus far, the only way to tackle them has been through painstaking, lengthy research, the publishing of papers, peer review, and costly analysis and testing by big pharmaceutical companies. Enter: artificial intelligence. Turns out that among the...
    If new and shiny isn’t enough to make you want to buy the next best technology on the market, maybe it's lifesaving properties will. Since the release of the Apple Watch in 2015, the new generation of smartwatches are wearable technologies that are changing the market for preventive medicine....
    I’ve been reading this new book, Crooked: Outwitting the Back Pain Industry by investigative journalist Cathryn Jakobson Ramin, which makes a point that some cures – an appalling $100 billion worth to be exact – are worse than the disease. Back pain is a pretty widespread condition. According to the...