Obesity: A Cause or a Consequence of Physical Inactivity?

By | August 1st, 2018|Articles, Featured Slider|

Physical inactivity makes you fat, right? Most people on the street would probably agree with this supposition; popular science contends that lack of exercise means lower caloric expenditure, which translates

Can Pro-Inflammatory Gut Bacteria Cause Obesity?

By | June 11th, 2018|Articles, Featured Slider|

The microbiome and the brain are the chief regulators of adiposity and eating behavior in humans. In many respects, the microbiome is even more influential than the brain. While the

3 Ways Going Paleo Can Help Heal Your Chronic Illness

By | March 11th, 2016|Melani Schweder, Paleo Bloggers|

Chronic and debilitating diseases are on the rise in this country, and more and more people are falling victim to the long-term symptoms and consequences of things like heart disease,

The 3 Biggest Changes You’ll Notice When You Go Paleo

By | February 16th, 2016|Melani Schweder, Paleo Bloggers|

Why do we want to change our diet or tweak our lifestyle? Because we want different results than the ones we’ve been getting, right? We alter the foods we eat,

Are Gut Bacteria Making You Fat? Part III: Two Emerging Hypotheses of Obesity

By | August 6th, 2014|Articles|

When talking about body fat regulation we always have to adhere to the basic laws of thermodynamics. We know that increases in body fat mass happens when energy intake is