We all know sleep is important. It allows our bodies to recover, to clean up toxins, and for cognitive function. Lack of sleep, on the other hand, causes many health problems, like increased inflammation, impaired focus, fat loss, lower testosterone, and poor cardiovascular health. In this episode, I review research conducted by examine.com, with their permission, and discuss the 10 ten things that can provide us with improved sleep quality.

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Ned Jensen holds the patent on the clinically proven product Chromium GTF. Studies show this product helps people lose weight, manage blood sugar, and lowers cholesterol. Get the low-down from the man himself, Ned Jensen,  on this exciting supplement (He holds the patent). Everybody can benefit from this, but people with type 2 diabetes may be the biggest winners.

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Joint pain is the #1 cause of disability in the US.

For people suffering with joint pain, Turmeric is being touted as the new natural wonder supplement.

In this episode we explore the science behind Turmeric and Curcumin, and the cool research and clinical studies that have gone into turning Turmeric into something that anybody with joint pain should consider as part of their natural care and healing.

With special guest Tony Montanari, PhD. in Medicinal and Natural Product Chemistry.

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Another fact filled, educational, myth busting episode! Dr. Brian Parks not only has a PhD in Genetic Bioscience, his dissertation was based on protein research. So there just aren’t many more qualified experts on this pretty blue orb who know more about the subject than him.

Before entering the health industry though, Dr. Brian worked as a counter terrorism for various government agencies for 17 years.

And yes, he’s been both shot AND stabbed along the way while apprehending bad buys.

He then Played minor league professional football for 7 years and is now focused on his four companies while raising his 4 children. 16 year old daughter, 10 year old son and boy/girl twins that are 2 1/2 years old.

He started musclegen in 2014.

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