Father’s Day: Tools for coping when celebration brings pain – Harvard Health Blog

With Father’s Day mere days away, we’re hearing more advertisements for outdoor grills and golf clubs, sailboats and fishing gear. As an infertility counselor, I am glad that Father’s Day is not welcomed with the gush of sentiment that envelops Mother’s Day. Still, a day dedicated to celebrating fatherhood can be difficult for...

Dear Mark: Electrolytes and Keto Carbs

Dear Mark: Electrolytes and Keto Carbs
For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering questions from the comment sections of the recent posts on daily keto carb limits, within-meal keto carb limits, and electrolytes. I’m addressing questions about alcohol, uniform carb allowances versus personalized, potassium supplementation, salt appetite, salt water, electrolytes after the transition, whether fruits fit in, and...

What’s causing your cough? – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog

What's causing your cough? - talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog
Coughing is a natural reflux that helps keep your airways clear. In this post, we’ll be taking a look at some of the common causes of a lingering cough. While having a cough is quite normal and usually nothing to worry about, you should see a GP if you’ve had a cough for...

Primal+Keto Cooking Made Easy: Devyn’s Grilled Marinated Chicken

Primal+Keto Cooking Made Easy: Devyn's Grilled Marinated Chicken
Last week I shared with you how I cook my steaks. Today I’m covering another grilled favorite—chicken. A lot of people hesitate to grill chicken, especially skinless chicken, and rightly so. Its leanness means that high heat has the propensity to dry it out…unless you know...

How Your Employer Can Support Your Health and Wellness

6 Surprising Ways Your Boss Can Support Your Health and Wellness
Share on: Late nights, never-ending emails, back-to-back conference calls, looming deadlines. Your job is stressing you out and it's affecting your wellness.That's likely no surprise to you, but here's what might be: There are simple things your employer could be doing today to support your mental and physical health. But why would they want...

STIs & Their Impact on Male Infertility

STIs & Male Infertility Los Angeles & San Francisco
Think of your body as a petri dish for all kinds of things (Courtesy: How many sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are there right now in the U.S.? Believe it or not, 110,000,000! That’s double the number of folks that get the flu each year. Talk about an epidemic! Not only that, but 20,000,000 new...

Paleo Diet –

Paleo Diet -
The paleo diet is sometimes nicknamed “the caveman diet,” as it stems from the diets of our ancestors. It’s based on food sources for humans during the Paleolithic area, which spanned the time period of about 2.5 million years to 10,000 years ago. The staples of the paleo diet are lean meats, fish, vegetables,...

Healthy meals: 3 easy steps to success – Harvard Health Blog

Healthy meals don’t just happen — you need to make them happen. Here are three easy steps to get you on your way. Step 1: Make a plan The first step is to plan your menu for the week. It doesn’t need to be elaborate, just jot down what you and your family would like...

Electrolytes and Keto: Why They Matter for the Transition

Electrolytes and Keto: Why They Matter for the Transition
The one piece of advice all newcomers to the ketogenic diet receive is to “get enough electrolytes.” It doesn’t matter what flavor of keto diet you’re talking about—paleo, carnivore, Primal, standard, clinical, mainstream, salami-and-cream-cheese. They all mention the importance of getting your electrolytes, particularly during the...

Primal+Keto Cooking Made Easy: Mark’s Grilled Steak

Primal+Keto Cooking Made Easy: Mark's Grilled Steak
Happy Monday, everybody. I’m welcoming you to my backyard today with one of my all-time Primal (and keto) favorites: grilled steak. It doesn’t get much better than a juicy New York strip hot off the grill. Throw in a generous side of broccolini and some steak...
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