Assess your metabolic health by taking the Terrain Ten™ quiz. Once you have completed the quiz, a Certified Terrain Advocate will reach out to you to review the findings.
The Society of Metabolic Health Practitioners (The SMHP) has partnered with AOSIS to launch the Journal of Metabolic Health, formerly known as the Journal of Insulin Resistance. Now serving as the official journal of The SMHP, it broadens its scope and focus to encompass all aspects of metabolic health, beyond just insulin resistance.
The Keto-Mojo Meter empowers you to take control of your health. It takes the guesswork out of being in ketosis. It provides fast and accurate readings, helping you fine-tune and ensure you’re getting the metabolic results you aim for.
An in-depth article on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and its positive effects on metabolic health, including improved blood sugar control, reducing inflammation, enhanced energy production and more. The article also goes into depth on the metabolic approach to cancer and how HBOT fits into this.
The medical world has been grappling with the ongoing challenges posed by COVID-19, not least of which is the mysterious and often debilitating condition known as “long-COVID”.
But what if the key to managing long-COVID lies not just in treating the symptoms, but in harnessing the body’s metabolism?
Even with major pressure to fast-track drugs from pharmaceutical companies, it takes and average of 17 years for a cancer treatment to get from clinical laboratories to being prescriptible by an oncologist. Cancer survival rates, how well a treatment works, are measured on a 5 year scale. Needless to say, cancer patients can't wait 17 years for a new treatment to become available. The Metabolic Theory of Cancer exposes a pathway to attack tumors in ways radiation and most chemotherapies can't. Metabolic treatments starve tumors of nutrients, restrict blood vessel growth, turn off some cancer growth genes and can provide neuro-protection to brain cells. As Dr. Adrienne Scheck puts it "You've got the Holy Grail!"
A series of small lectures and a panel recorded at Keto Live® in Burghausen, featuring short lectures by
Dr John Schoonbee
Dr. Georgia Ede
Beth Zupec Kania RDN CD
Attend India's inaugural Low-Carb Conference taking place from October 27 to 29, 2023. Don't miss the opportunity to hear from Dr. Nasha Winters, who will be discussing Metabolic Health Day, alongside other experts exploring the advantages of metabolic health and a low-carb diet. This event is open to everyone and free of charge!
Get in sync with the natural rhythms of the world around you. Create a bedtime routine for yourself and your family to promote better sleep and circadian rhythms. Designate specific hours in the morning and evening to make your home a screen-free zone.
You'll enjoy improved sleep quality, feel more refreshed, and support your body's internal clock for better overall metabolic health. Plus, screen-free time will give you a chance to connect with loved ones and enjoy some tech-free moments.
Explore locally sourced and seasonal foods. Check out your local farmers' market or join a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program. Experiment with delicious recipes using seasonal ingredients.
Not only will you savor fresh, nutrient-dense foods, but you'll also be reducing your intake of processed foods. Eating locally and seasonally connects you with nature's bounty, while supporting local farmers and the environment.
Make time for the beauty of a sunrise or sunset every day. Witness the sunrise without glasses or sunglasses and find a serene spot for the evening sunset.
The mesmerizing hues of sunrise and sunset actually trigger essential hormonal processes, contributing to better hormonal balance and mood. Additionally, enjoying natural light can help regulate your body's internal rhythms for a healthier and happier you.
Try incorporating intermittent fasting into your daily routine. Choose a fasting window that fits your lifestyle and track your progress.
Intermittent fasting supports your body's natural ability to burn fat, improves metabolic flexibility, and promotes cellular repair. You'll feel more energized and focused, all while giving your digestive system a well-deserved break.
Get your hands dirty and experience the joy of growing your own food. Start a small herb or vegetable garden, or volunteer at a local farm.
Gardening not only provides you with delicious produce, but it also offers mental and emotional benefits. Digging in the soil exposes you to beneficial soil organisms, boosts your mood, and brings you closer to nature.
Make an effort to spend more time in nature. Plan daily outdoor activities, like walks in the park or hiking in the woods.
Nature has a magical way of reducing stress and improving mood. Spending time outdoors helps you soak in vitamin D from the sunlight, and it reconnects you with the natural world's rhythms, enhancing your overall well-being.
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