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Dr. Josh Axe

Q and A with Dr. Josh Axe, Author of Eat Dirt

You’ve heard of leaky gut—the sneaky, hard-to-diagnose illness that robs you of your vitality and turns every single meal into a minefield of potential health destroyers. And as a board-certified doctor of natural medicine who’s also a doctor of chiropractic and certified nutrition specialist, Dr. Josh Axe has seen up-close how relatively small gut leaks can lead to huge health problems.

The Microbiome Solution

Interview with Dr. Robynne Chutkan, Author of The Microbiome Solution

The microbiome refers to all the bacteria, viruses, and fungi that live in or on your body – over 100 trillion microbes, plus their genes. More than 1 billion bacteria in just one drop of fluid in your colon alone. Your unique microbial footprint develops over your lifetime, and it reflects everything about you: your parents’ health, how and where you were born, what you’ve eaten (including whether your first sips were breast milk or formula), where you’ve lived, your occupation, personal hygiene, past infections, exposure to chemicals and toxins, medications, hormone levels.

The Autoimmune Solution

Interview With Dr Amy Myers About Her New Book, The Autoimmune Solution

Q. Why did you decide to write The Autoimmune Solution? A. I know firsthand how frustrating and painful autoimmune disease can be. During medical school, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune thyroid condition called Graves’ disease. When conventional medicine failed me, I had to develop my own solution—now my mission in life is to help others on their own journey to recover from autoimmunity.

Bacon and Eggs

12 Big Ideas That Are Shifting the Way We Think About Health

For more than a decade, Experience Life has covered the cutting edge of health and nutrition. We’ve tracked emerging trends and reported on promising research. Our central focus has been on lifestyle medicine, and recent advances in this field have been nothing short of astonishing. We’ve never had such a clear understanding of how powerfully factors like food, activity, sleep, stress, and environment affect our health. Here are what we see as some of the most important concepts we’ve covered over the past few years — and why we think they’ll continue to matter.