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Exposure to Household Disinfectants was Associated with Higher BMI, Especially in Children

Everyday household cleaners may be contributing to obesity in children by altering their gut microbiome, a new study says. Published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, researchers examined 757 infants and Read More

Antibiotics v.s. Probiotics

Antibiotics: Anti-biotics are very often prescribed by medical doctors to fight colds, flu and other bacterial  infections and are actually one of the most used prescription drugs in the United States. Read More

Should Fermented Foods Be Considered Super Foods?

Though fermented foods seem to be growing in popularity during recent times, they were actually one of the first processed foods consumed by humans. I can be almost certain that Read More

Reducing Your Body's Toxicity

Has it ever occurred to you how many different toxic chemicals you may come in contact with daily? From the pesticides in conventionally grown food to the synthetic ingredients in Read More

Your Second Brain

No, there's no typo in the title; the human gut is lined with more than 100 million neural cells, including neural tissue filled with neurotransmitters — it is practically another Read More

Are you drinking enough water?

Most people are familiar with the standard of eight 8 ounce glasses of water per day, but is this an adequate amount for everyone? As most things that have to Read More

Autoimmune Disorders Can Be Reversed!

There is a lot of information out there on autoimmune disorders and not all are reliable.  Discover truth busters on autoimmune disorders!  Truth #1. Autoimmune disorders CAN be reversed. If you’re like Read More

Side Effects of Harsh Medications that Disrupt the Autoimmune System

Truth #3. You SHOULD be concerned about the side effects of harsh medications. I wish this wasn’t true – but it is. Conventional medicine doctors who are trying to bring aid Read More

Exercise Can Strengthen The Gut Microbiome

Though diet is the most influential factor in determining which microbes are in your gut, environmental factors play a role too. Exercise is an important environmental factor shown to positively Read More

Lifestyle Changes To Support Your Immune System & REVERSE Your Autoimmunity.

Truth #2. You CAN make lifestyle changes to support your immune system and REVERSE your autoimmunity. This truth gets to the heart of the difference between conventional medicine’s approach to autoimmunity Read More

The Top Digestive Gut Conditions Are...

Leaky Gut: Too much bad bacteria and not enough good bacteria can cause leaky gut — when cracks or holes develop in your intestinal lining, allowing toxins, undigested food particles, Read More

How Does The Gut Impact Your Weight?

You can now blame your gut flora for your excess weight. Research has found that obese people and lean people have different types of microbes in their guts. One study put Read More

What Impacts Gut Health?

Your gut flora, your diet, and the strength of your intestinal lining determine the health of your gut. Using antibiotics too often disrupt your gut bacteria. When you’re sick, antibiotics Read More

Signs Your Gut Is Unhealthy and Why You Should Fix It!

Scientists have started taking a much closer look at the gut microbiome and its connection to almost everything in the body. A gut that’s out of balance can lead to Read More

Choosing the right protein powder for you smoothie!

Protein Powders—start smart. Choose your powder wisely, as it’s the foundation of your shake. Expect more from a powder than just a pleasing flavor, texture, and adequate protein. It should Read More

Which Fish Is Which? Fish to eat and fish to avoid

Most people associate seafood with good health. After all, we know that fish contains omega-3 fatty acids that can benefit brain and heart health. Indeed, fish can be a wonderful Read More

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