Entries by Kyle Willets

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4 Ways to Reset for 2020

It’s the New Year and chances are you’re ready for a reset. Whether it’s detoxing sugar, upping your exercise, or finally getting rid of uncomfortable bloat, the start of the year is a great time to recommit to your health. But it’s one thing to recommit, and another thing to take meaningful action. Since 80% […]

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Beginner’s Guide to Intermittent Fasting

While Intermittent fasting may sound like another diet fad, the practice of routinely not eating for short periods of time has a wide-range of well supported health benefits.* As a functional medicine nutritionist, intermittent fasting (IF) is one of my favorite ways to simultaneously fight inflammation, improve digestion, and boost longevity for myself and my […]

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Why I love the holidays (but haven’t always)

For years I feared the holiday season. Without fail I’d gain weight and feel awful in my body. By New Years day I’d wake up with achy joints, digestive issues, and inflamed skin swearing off cookies for another year. Then, about 6 years ago, I vowed to change that tradition. The result? I love this time of year […]

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Self-Guided Elimination Diet

Have you ever thought, “I eat healthy so why don’t I feel better?” It may be displeasing to realize that even “healthy” foods can slowly corrupt the digestive tract with toxins and inflammation leading to uncomfortable symptoms – gas, bloating, brain fog, achy joints, skin issues – and even more serious diseases. In Boulder Colorado […]

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What makes the best bone broth?

I love bone broth, but the truth is not all broths carry equal benefits. And, if you’re like me you’re curious which broth is going to be the best for you, beyond all the hype and opinions. So, lucky for you a selfish motivation to support my own health drove me to discover “What makes […]

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How I Use Food to Optimize Performance

If you were to ask me what has moved the needle the most in terms of reclaiming my health from an autoimmune condition, well, I’m afraid the answer is pretty boring. It’s not an exciting new human optimization hac, nor is it an exotic supplement, or an obscure superfood. Turns out what my thyroid and […]

Why we’re sipping on Bone Broth the Fall

While it may be trendy, the use of bone broth for a wide range of range of benefits is recorded as early as 20,000 BC. And while this new age “food as medicine” is perhaps NOT a panacea cure-all it does pack a healing bounty to benefit everything from glowing skin and a healthy gut to […]