Getting all the nutrients you need

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From a longevity stand point we want to get as many nutrients from a little calories. Combining this with intermittent fasting is very beneficial but can make it somewhat difficult to get everything you need in your eating window. Nutrient deficiencies are quite usual and affect millions of people even when eating a healthy diet, […]

Folate – Vitamin B9

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Folate (or B9) is a key nutrient for many critical functions. Folate plays in many of our emotions. We sometimes feel angry, depressed, anxious or at times we have trouble concentrating or sleeping or feeling weak and tired. All this can be depend on folate. Folate and Methylation Folate supports a system known as methylation, […]

Prolonged fasting

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A prolonged fasting has amazing benefits and everyone should be trying a 2-3 day fast on a regular basis. This might sound like an impossible mission to many but your body will thank you after it. Let’s see why! Intermittent fasting for 16-20 hours is great daily practise, but going deeper into a fasted state […]

Season’s Pick – Radish, the nutrient-rich veggie !

Spring is in full bloom and so are Red Radishes in the farms !!! Ever thought this tiny spring summer vegetable could offer a bundle of health benefits? What is double exciting is the fact that Radishes are quickly becoming the Keto’s substitute of a Potato. So lets deep dive into its rich nutritional benefits. […]

Satiety & hunger effects of a ketogenic lifestyle

A typical weight loss diet can leave us with a constant sense of hunger since the day to day restrain of food, impacts us both psychological and physiologically. Experience and research show that a ketogenic diet does not seem to follow this paradigm. Most of the ketOntrack participants as well as people from numerous studies, […]

The underlying need for health and the MTHFR gene

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Why are some people calm and other on the edge all the time? Why do some people seem to eat whatever they want and never ever gain a kilo? Is there maybe a bigger force dictating who we are and to an extend our destiny? In today’s post I want us to take a first […]

The absolute must nutrient – Magnesium

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Magnesium is probably the nutrient that is being supplemented the most nowdays. Why is that? Because magnesium is involved in everything!!! And unfortunately an estimated 80% of us are actually deficient. And this is one deficit our body can’t afford.⁠ Let’s dive into the energy nutrient, mangnesium. What does magnesium do? Magnesium is the fourth […]

The wrong way to do keto

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The wrong way to do keto Recently there has been a lot of bad publicity around keto, and I believe it is important to address it. Is there a wrong way to implement a keto diet? The Keto definition The Keto diet is defined by bringing the body in a state of burning fat for […]

MCT Oil as a catalyst to get back ontrack into ketosis

I have been reading a lot about ketosis and how to maintain a good metabolism, especially since intermittent / interval fasting could lead to an adapted fasting mode of my metabolism I stumbled across MCT oil, my first bio-hacking experience (ok besides starting the KetOntrack program in the first place). Some facts MCT Oil is […]

Get rid of winter colds – Vitamin C

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Winter has come….and everyone seems to be fighting-off some sort of virus or flu! Bacteria, infections, coughing, flu’s and colds all require a strong immune system. Let’s look into how to build up our immune firewalls! The foundation of the immune system is Vitmin-A, Vitamin-C , Vitamin-D and Zinc. We have already discussed Vitamin A […]