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If It's Only Temporary, Then It's Not A Cure.
Article 1

It all begins with understanding the difference between permanent and temporary weight loss.

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Counting Calories Adds Up To Failure.
Article 2

Nutrition and weight loss are rare industries that thrive with a low single-digit success rate.

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It's About Know Power, Not Willpower.
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It's not about character. It's all about learning how the body works, and how it processes food throughout the day.

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You Can't Defeat Hunger, So Outsmart It.
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You cannot defeat hunger using willpower, but with know power, you can outsmart hunger.

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Cellularly, You're Only Half Human.
Article 5

The cells of microbes processing food in your digestive system outnumber your human cells.

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Your Cells Don't Have A Mouth.
Article 6

All food must be reduced to select molecules that can pass through cell membranes to nourish the cell.

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If It's Not Protein Or Fat, It's Sugar.
Article 7

When not talking protein or fat, we use terms like sugar, starch, and fiber, but cells can only use glucose.

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You Breed What You Feed.
Article 8

The success of populations of digestive system microbes is determined mainly by what you feed them.

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Meet Your Essential Organ, The Bioreactor.
Article 9

The digestive system is thought of as a waste system where nutrients soak into the body. NOT!

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When You Become The Infection.
Article 10

Systemic inflammation, the root cause of many diseases, is the body attacking its own cells and can be caused by the gut.

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Do You Know You Have A Second Brain?
Article 11

There is a second nervous system in the body with more nerve cells than the brain and spinal cord.

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It's About The Liver... Stupid!
Article 12

A Presidential Candidate's advisor famously said “It's the Economy... Stupid.” Yeah, it's the same with the liver.

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Eating Bad Food Impacts More Than Eating Good.
Article 13

Eating the healthiest foods doesn’t necessarily offset the harm of eating unhealthy ultra-processed foods.

When Is As Important As What You Eat.
Article 14

The same food with the same calories eaten at different times of day have very different effects.

6 By 6 Is The Fix. Yeah, It’s That Simple.
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The right daily eating cycle is the single most impactful thing you can do to avoid obesity and metabolic disease.

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