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What is Autophagy?

          As intermittent fasting begins to gain popularity throughout our society and becomes more mainstream, people's interest in autophagy (mostly what it means) is just beginning to Read More

Use Your Tongue to Determine Your Internal Health

          The tongue has been used to diagnose and treat diseases in ancient Chinese medicine for thousands of years.  It has been said that even Western Read More

Bad Breath? What That Could Reveal About Your Gut.

It is relatively normal to experience bad breath every now and then. Who hasn’t felt the need to run to the bathroom and brush their teeth before talking to or Read More

Dangers of Heavy Metal Toxicity — Could You be at Risk?

Heavy metals are most commonly found in our environment and can be linked to various adverse health problems. The most common harmful heavy metals in our environment include:MercuryAluminum Arsenic Lead CadmiumIn most cases, Read More

Your Seasonal Allergies are a Result of Your Gut

As the snow is just beginning to melt and the sunshine starts peaking through the clouds, its not hard to tell that spring is emerging! But what can feel like Read More

The Best Way to Break-Fast

Fasting sometimes can be thought of as exclusively for religious purposes. But the truth is, everyone fasts on a daily basis.  That period of the day where you and your Read More

Body Odor? Here’s What its Pointing Out about Your Health

Everybody sweats from time to time, and it is normal. In fact, sweating is your skins way of detoxifying, its essential. We’ve all noticed ourselves (and others) smelling a little Read More

5 Ways to Improve Quality of Sleep

Sleep has a huge impact on the way we function while being awake. A poor night’s sleep can cause symptoms the following day such as: moodiness, lack of energy and Read More

For Migraine Sufferers

If you’ve ever experienced a migraine, then you know it is in fact much different than a regular headache. If left untreated, a migraine can last anywhere from 4 to Read More

Your Very Own Ecosystem

There are more than just bacteria in your gut. Oftentimes when we imagine a rich ecosystem with a variety of different species, the Amazon Rainforest is what comes to mind, or Read More

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

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