Medical

19 JANUARY 2017

Low Carb Mag Featuring Shawn Mynar -True Health Real Happiness

Shawn Mynar is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP™), Restorative Wellness Practitioner, Certified Personal Trainer, Real Food Foodie, and Passionate Health Seeker! Shawn grew up, as many of us do, following the Standard American Diet of grains, cereals, sodas, cakes, cookies, chips, crackers, and plenty of sugar. As soon as she knew what it meant to […]

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8 DECEMBER 2016

Michelle Vodrazka – The Full Interview

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5 DECEMBER 2016

Feed, Train and Care for Your Cartilage

Most health and fitness writers don’t spend a lot of time on cartilage. As tissues go, it’s fairly isolated. It doesn’t contain blood vessels, so we can’t deliver blood-borne nutrients to heal and grow it. Cartilage has no nerve cells, so we can’t “feel” what’s going on. Doctors usually consider it to be functionally inert, […]

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20 NOVEMBER 2016

Low Carb Mag Interview with Kelley Pounds – Low Carb RN

Kelley Pounds is the creator of lowcarbrn.com. She is a wife, mother, Registered Nurse and and Certified Diabetes Educator by trade. Kelley is strong, a survivor and have a tenacious will. She is serious about her profession and her passion. At the suggestion of her dad, himself a Type 2 diabetic who had lost 70 […]

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20 NOVEMBER 2016
20 NOVEMBER 2016

Will Harris – The Full Interview

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25 OCTOBER 2016

Robin Gentry Mcgee – The Full Interview

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19 OCTOBER 2016

Low Carb Mag Interview with Jessica Matschek – JessPaige LCHF

JessPaige LCHF founder, Jessica Matschek, launched her blog in 2014  with the intention of educating the masses about all things concerning low-carbohydrate diets and recipes to facilitate the lifestyle. Jessica, a recovering carboholic, detains a Bachelor’s degree from the faculty of Food Sciences and Nutrition from McGill and is currently pursuing her Canadian Society of […]

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