Archive for the ‘Digestive Health’ Category

Do I Need a Prebiotic Supplement?

The latest buzzword in the nutrition world is prebiotics. Read this to find out all you need to know about prebiotic supplements and if they are right for you.

Kidney Stones: The Root Cause

The incidence of kidney stones is on the rise. Anyone who has passed a kidney stone will tell you an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Discover what you can do to prevent kidney stones.

Fiber Sets the Foundation for Healthy Weight Loss

Getting the recommended 30-50 grams of fiber will help you follow The Five Rules of the Leptin Diet without feeling deprived and make you more likely to reach your goal weight.

NSAIDs Injure Gut Lining and Mitochondria

Do you use Aspirin, ibuprofen, Motrin or other NSAIDs? Research shows use of these is linked to intestinal permeability, ulcers, digestive tract lining injury and more.

A Healthy Gut is Vital for a Happy Mood

There has been a shift in depression research and treatment. Research is now focused on the line of communication between the gut and the brain as a way of reducing inflammation in the brain.

SIBO Linked with Thyroid Medication and More

Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) can cause unpleasant digestive symptoms. Discover the core causes, symptoms, and how you can keep your digestive system healthy.

Nutrients Help Improve Constipation Naturally

Backed up? Discover natural ways to balance digestive health and improve bowel regularity.

Caprylic Acid and Undecylenic Acid Combat Candida Biofilms and More

Caprylic acid and undecylenic acid have been used for decades, even centuries for immune system function and natural germ-killing support. Discover their other surprising health boosting benefits!

8 Things Your Eyes, Ears, Mouth, and Nails Tell You about Your Health

If you learn to listen to the clues of nutritional status your body provides, you can help take better care of your health and live life to the fullest.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Neuroinflammation: Peeling the Onion

The current hypotheses and findings allow validation, insight and management for those who struggle with CFS/ME and similar complex disorders.