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SlowBurn Exercise and a Low Carb Diet

by Fred Hahn on March 5, 2017

Do you want good health, lowered inflammation and protection from autoimmune disorders? Don’t juice or carb up – do just the opposite! Back in 2015, researchers at Yale School of Medicine revealed a compound that appears to inhibit inflammation in our bodies. The substance is known as β-hydroxybutyrate (BHB).  From the paper:  In their study, published in the […]

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Knee Extensions are Good Exercises

by Fred Hahn on November 7, 2012

I was contacted yesterday by someone who asked me the following question: Dear Mr. Hahn, I just wanted to say that I heard you on Jimmy Moore’s podcast, bought your book, and I’ve been doing slow burn for a couple of weeks now and have already started seeing results. I am 44 and concerned about […]

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Knee surgery update

June 10, 2011

Well today is week three out of the hospital and thus far the recovery is going well. Swelling is minimal and on a scale of 1-10 my pain is a 2 or even less. I am going to physical therapy now to get my range of motion back but I’ll tell you, PT might as […]

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Makoplasty here I come

May 13, 2011

Well, I’ve made up my mind. I’ve decided to go through with the Makoplasty procedure. The fact is that my arthritis isn’t going away and will only continue to give me pain and immobility for the rest of my life. I simply can’t keep taking pain meds as a couple of weeks ago they started […]

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Exercising with Arthritis

April 21, 2011

(This is what I am desperately trying to avoid!) As many of you know, my knees are shot. Years of Karate, jogging, and growing up with bowed legs have left me with crippling medial compartment knee arthritis. I’m also certain that all the grains I’ve eaten (and drank) contributed to their early demise as well. […]

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