In the last post I talked about the gut microbiome and gut barrier and how these two factors greatly affect our digestive health. Below you will find a list of 15 easy to incorporate foods and habits that can greatly improve the health of this important system and in turn our overall health.
In the last post I talked about three amazing and unconventional skin super foods. This week I will discuss two more skin healing substances and a healing face-mask recipe.
In supporting mental health and brain balance, the simple things really do matter – sleep, exercise, and good nutrition. These foundational lifestyle aspects can have a significant and effective impact in balancing the brain and alleviating symptoms like depression and anxiety.
Chronic abdominal bloating is one of the key symptoms of a condition known as SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth). It is a colonization of the small intestine by bacteria that are normally not present there.
One of the most commonly known supplements on the market today is fish oil. It comes in many different forms – from liquid cod liver oil like your parents used to give you by the spoonful, to capsules of highly purified extra strength potency omega-3.
Research has recently started to reveal that our gut health is integral to our over all health. An unhealthy gut can contribute to a wide range of diseases states including Diabetes, Obesity, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Autism, Depression and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome…
Our internal ecosystem supports our health in a vast amount of ways and we can now add healthy skin to the list.
The Role Resistant Starch Plays in Digestive and Overall Health: Resistant starch is probably something you will be hearing more and more about in the world of health-crazes, as there is a bit of a buzz forming around it these days.
The terms “detox” and “cleanse” are a bit misleading when it comes to nutrition and diet. We can’t really force our body to detoxify.