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Dr. Sam Berne on the Eye-Brain Link

Dr. Sam Berne is a holistic optometrist. Having been diagnosed with an eye condition in early childhood, he set out on a healing journey to learn how to improve his vision. He made a full recovery, and today, he helps patients learn to naturally improve eyesight and heal the most common eye problems without surgery. This article

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“People need to know this because this is the reason why women are getting breast cancer, have chronic fatigue, and all these mystery illnesses. They are being drained dry. They’re the ones seeing the functional medicine docs, doing acupuncture, getting sun; they’re doing everything to get better, but until this energy imbalance is addressed, they’re not going to improve.” – Dr. Christiane Northrup

Dr. Christiane Northrup on The Link Between Toxic Relationships And Fatigue (and How to Avoid Them Both)

Dr. Christiane Northrup is a board-certified OB/GYN physician and leading authority in the field of women’s health and wellness. She is also a New York Times best-selling author and has written the book Dodging Energy Vampires where she gives expert advice on how to avoid negativity, toxicity, and narcissism from others. This article is derived from

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Dr. Christiane Northrup on Empaths, Super- Traits, And Energy Vampires

Dr. Christiane Northrup is a board-certified OB/GYN physician and leading authority in the field of women’s health and wellness. She is also a New York Times best-selling author and has written the book Dodging Energy Vampires where she gives expert advice on how to avoid negativity, toxicity, and narcissism from others. This article is derived from

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Dr. Christiane Northrup on How to Spot an Energy Vampire

Dr. Christiane Northrup is a board-certified OB/GYN physician and leading authority in the field of women’s health and wellness. She is also a New York Times best-selling author and has written the book Dodging Energy Vampires where she gives expert advice on how to avoid negativity, toxicity, and narcissism from others. This article is derived from

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3 Secrets For More Energy (Starting Today)

1.  Ramp Up Mitophagy in Your Mitochondria One of the biggest keys to increasing your energy levels is your mitochondria – your cellular energy generators. A few years ago, a Japanese scientist won the Nobel prize for his work on autophagy. What’s autophagy? Well, every day, just through the normal use of your body and

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Jay Campbell on MYTHS AND FACTS ABOUT THERAPEUTIC TESTOSTERONE

Jay Campbell is an international bestselling author, founder of the TOT (Testosterone Optimization Therapy) Revolution, and a global evangelist, teaching men, women, and their doctors how to optimize their hormones, their lives, and their happiness. This article is derived from the Energy Blueprint Podcast episode with Jay on The Most Common Causes Of Low Testosterone

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RLT and Sleep

Is Red Light Therapy Good for Sleep?

Problems sleeping are not uncommon but the results can be very serious. Light plays an important roll in our sleep cycles and our ability to get a restful sleep. Blue light is known to have negative effects on our ability to relax, but more studies on the effects of red light are showing a good

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Jay Campbell on the Primary Role of Testosterone and the Most Common Causes of Low Testosterone

Jay Campbell is an international bestselling author, founder of the TOT (Testosterone Optimization Therapy) Revolution, and a global evangelist, teaching men, women, and their doctors how to optimize their hormones, their lives, and their happiness. This article is derived from the Energy Blueprint Podcast episode with Jay on The Most Common Causes Of Low Testosterone

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Dr. Martin Picard on How Stress Affects Your Body (and Your Mitochondria)

Dr. Picard is an assistant professor of behavioral medicine in Psychiatry and Neurology at Columbia University. He obtained his Ph.D. in mitochondrial biology of aging in 2012. For over a decade, he has been studying mitochondria and has worked closely with leading experts in the field of mitochondrial research. In 2015 he joined the faculty

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