Posts By Kevin Cann

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Red Meat Increases Cancer Risk Because of Toxic Immune Response

Written by: Kevin Cann I am sure seeing this headline on the Paleo Solution blog caught your attention. That title was the title of a January 2, 2015 article published in Discover magazine. If you live in a cave and have not yet been inundated with this via your Facebook Read more…

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Why More Sunlight May Be The Answer To A Smaller Waist

Written By: Kevin Cann I know we have been down this road before. Out of all the nutrients that exist within our diet vitamin D is perhaps the most talked about. This comes with good reason. Inadequate vitamin D levels can lead to all kinds of health concerns such as; Read more…

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Are You Recovering or Resting

Written By: Kevin Cann Charlie Francis is one of my favorite strength and conditioning coaches to have ever walked the planet. He was well ahead of his time in understanding that an athlete’s success does not only come from workouts, but from everything going on in their lives. He knew Read more…

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Coaching 101

Written by: Kevin Cann   Coaching is a skill. As a strength coach, nutritional coach, life coach, or any other kind of coach, it is important to understand this.  It is not enough to just understand the science in your field.  It is just as critical, if not more critical, Read more…

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Why You Can’t Just Snap Out of Your Depression

Written by: Kevin Cann   Depression is still often looked at by the masses as a state of mind that we can just simply snap right out of.  I am writing this article today in hopes of educating as many people as I can regarding the true nature of depression.  Read more…

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Time Magazine Blames Carbs for Obesity: Is This The Real Story?

Written By: Kevin Cann   Most of you have seen the recent issue of Time magazine.  If you live under a rock and have no idea what I am talking about you can find it here, http://time.com/2863227/ending-the-war-on-fat/ .  This cover story for Time explains how dietary fat is not our Read more…

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Effects of Fatty Acids On Our Mood

Written by: Kevin Cann One of the major differences in our diet compared to the diet of our Paleolithic ancestors, as outlined by Dr. Cordain in his article titled Origins and Evolutions of the Western Diet: Health Implications for the 21st Century, was the difference in fatty acid consumption.  Our Read more…

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Are Your Racing Thoughts Destroying Your Health?

Written by: Kevin Cann Ever lie in bed late at night trying to fall asleep, but can’t because you cannot turn your thoughts off?  Does this happen throughout the day setting you on a path of continuous negative emotion?  This process of continuous negative thinking is known as rumination.  Rumination Read more…

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The Importance of a Good Night Sleep

Written by: Kevin Cann I am a firm believer that health and disease are placed upon a spectrum.  The more behaviors we take part in that encourage positive gene expression the healthier we will be.  With that said I am reluctant to say one aspect is more important than another, Read more…

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Understanding Genetic Differences in Carb Metabolism

Written by: Kevin Cann There is nothing more controversial in the nutrition world then carbohydrates.  There are some people/groups that condemn carbohydrates as a terrorist infiltrating our society.  At the other end of the spectrum we have people/groups that condemn fat in the same manner and preach a higher carbohydrate Read more…

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