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NRF2 Explained (In Human Terms)

Adam Trainor @ 2019-08-26 15:23:04 -0600

Without NRF2, free radicals would roam unmonitored, wreaking havoc on our DNA and tissues. This cell regulator leads our internal defense systems against oxidative stress and aging. So what is this magical substance and where can we get it? Let me tell you all about it.  If you’ve been a part of the biohacking community for even a second, you know that Nrf2 is a hot topic.  From the news to blog posts to YouTube videos, you’re bound to hear the term Nrf2, even if it’s just in passing. Since there’s such a plethora of information out there, you’d think that...

How to Get Rid of Acne Around Mouth?

Adam Trainor @ 2020-03-19 09:57:40 -0600

Ah, mouth pimples. Those super-annoying little whiteheads that pop up (without paying any rent!) and make your mouth look like you’ve been smooching a cactus. I won’t deny I’ve had a few in my life (and those few cost me a second date!) because they were so, well, icky. via GIPHY Acne around mouth area is some of the hardest to treat. It’s not because they’re deep—they don’t tend to be—but it’s a very sensitive area of your face, and close to your lips. You don’t want to be putting spot treatments so close to your lips, where they could...

IBS Recipes: How to Eat with IBS (+18 Low-FODMAP Meals)

Adam Trainor @ 2020-03-13 09:34:42 -0600

It’s crucial for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) patients to be extremely cautious of what they put in their bellies. Don’t let your busy schedule dictate your diet; those fast-food meals aren’t doing your stomach or waistline any favors in the long run... via GIPHY IBS attacks vary from person to person, but the general symptoms are stomach discomfort and altered bowel transit times (diarrhea and/or constipation). And with no cure in sight, the best we can do is treat the symptoms—in this case, sometimes by implementing radical changes to our diet. It doesn’t take much to trigger IBS flare-ups, but with...

Lots of traffic outside your window? Consider this…

Adam Trainor @ 2020-02-24 10:57:13 -0700

If you're like many, you may be living within close proximity to a major highway or busy thoroughfare. It may be convenient for commuting and running errands... But it may not be the most beneficial arrangement for your health. via GIPHY Here's the thing: New studies released from the University of British Columbia are now suggesting a link between living near major roads and an increased risk of developing Parkinson's, dementia, Alzheimer's, and MS.  The study measured data for over 675,000 adults between ages 45 and 84 living in the Metro Vancouver area from 1994 to 1998, and again for...

Cystic Acne Removal: What Works and What Doesn't

Adam Trainor @ 2020-02-19 11:10:22 -0700

Everyone’s had a cystic pimple at least once in their lives, believe it or not. And yes, that includes you—and me. We’re acne bros. Cystic acne often strikes when we least expect it and sometimes at the worst time possible; before a Tinder date, the day before a wedding you’re expected to attend, or the worst when I was younger—just before photo day at school. At least when you’re younger, pimples are kind of a given so everyone’s had the struggle of coming to school puffy-faced and scabby after a whole night’s effort of trying to pop pimples. (In fact,...

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