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Chip Conley is a “Modern Elder” and expert on happiness over 50. Here are the Top 7 takeaways from his interview with Rich Roll.
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A common narrative is life after 50 is a slow slide toward death. But what if that’s crap? What if you can be even happier after 50?
When you have gut issues, including food sensitivities, the first thing people tell you is “take probiotics.” But what are probiotics? And do they actually help?
Tyramine intolerance, like most food sensitivities, probably involves something going wrong in the gut (microbiome). But what is the microbiome, and what goes wrong that causes this? The Rogue Scientist explores in this multi-part series.
We know monoamine oxidase A plays a strong role in tyramine intolerance. But what about MAO-B?