Tag: gut health
Studies have shown time and again that exercise benefits your gut health... heart and brain… helps you sleep better... and live longer.
We already know that walnuts make great "brain food." And, according to a new study, these tasty nuts can also feed and increase the friendly bacteria in your "second brain" -- your gut!
A new study shows that eating a vegetable recommended by moms for decades - broccoli! - can shift the balance of bacteria in your gut to reduce your risk of obesity.
There are many things that can disrupt the balance of your gut and, as a result, cause an overgrowth of yeast (specifically, Candida albicans) – but a round of antibiotics is one of the most [...]
When you’re backed up AND you haven’t got enough iron in your blood, it could be a sign of something else going on in your body. For long-term relief, treat their root causes – but in the [...]
It’s not in your head! Scientists have just discovered biological markers for chronic fatigue – and they’re in your gut, not your head.
Your overall health is affected by how quickly your body processes the food you eat and moves it through your intestinal tract. It turns out that the faster the foods passes through your gut, the [...]
Remember the good old days — when you could wash down a double cheeseburger and a vanilla milkshake and not put on a pound? And then you hit 40… Once we reach our middle ages, it feels like [...]