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Imagine trauma as an electric charge and Hans as an electromagnetic coil and maybe then we can begin to understand addictive behavior.
Twelve lifestyle tweaks to re-empower mind, body and spirit for optimal energy and health, based on extensive mitochondrial research.
The most dangerous and persistent myth around nutrition, propagated especially after the 1980s by the sugar and food industry, is that fat is bad.
The rise of sugar correlates with a chronic disease plague that few paid attention to before the late 20th century.