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Common Types of Food Allergies

Common Types of Food Allergies

In today’s day and age it may be harder to find someone who doesn’t have any kind of food sensitivity, but did you know there are differences between a food allergy and food intolerance? We’re breaking down the most common types, how to test for them, and what can be done to treat them.
How to Crush Your New Year’s Health Resolutions

How to Crush Your New Year’s Health Resolutions

Resolutions take willpower and commitment. But what if there’s something that could make it a little bit easier? What if, instead of being one of the 93% of people who can’t stick to their goals, you could make it through 2021 with a new-and-improved lifestyle? Not surprisingly, your microbiome could be the support system that you need.
SIBO and Acne: How Gut Health Impacts Your Skin

SIBO and Acne: How Gut Health Impacts Your Skin

When your mornings are spent tending to your acne—popping pimples, squeezing zits, and applying topical creams—it can be really frustrating, not to mention time-consuming. But that’s not even the worst of it. What’s really discouraging is how unattractive all your acne makes you feel.
Top 10 Common Bad Microbes That May Already Be Living In Your Gut

Top 10 Common Bad Microbes That May Already Be Living In Your Gut

We all live in a world that is filled with germs and sometimes they make their way into our guts. They may already be there, causing low-grade inflammation, chronic GI issues, fatigue, and even brain fog. Here is a list of the top 10 more common bad bacteria and parasites, where they can be picked up, and ways they affect our health.
How Does Gut Health Impact PCOS?

How Does Gut Health Impact PCOS?

If you have PCOS then you probably already know you have a hormonal imbalance. But one thing you might not know is that improving gut health can provide relief from PCOS symptoms.
5 Hidden Sources of Gluten in Foods

5 Hidden Sources of Gluten in Foods

Foods like bread, pasta, and noodles are pretty well known for containing gluten. But there are many foods and ingredients with gluten that you wouldn’t even think about. We’ll cover 5 sources of hidden gluten in this post, plus what to look for in a food label so you can remain gluten-free!
Top 7 Gut-Healthy Fruits To Eat

Top 7 Gut-Healthy Fruits To Eat

Not only do fruits taste delicious but they’re also great for digestion and have many benefits for your gut. Check out this list of the 7 best fruits for gut health.
4 Ways to Relieve Your Child’s Constipation

4 Ways to Relieve Your Child’s Constipation

If you’re a parent whose child is struggling with constipation, this post is for you. We go over four things you can do to provide your child with some relief (hint: kids probiotics for constipation may be the best resource you’re not using).
6 Cool Benefits of Ashwagandha

6 Cool Benefits of Ashwagandha

The ancient ashwagandha herb goes back thousands of years. But it’s been buzzing recently for its many reported health benefits, particularly when it comes to stress and anxiety relief.
5 Tips for an Effective IBS Gut Cleanse

5 Tips for an Effective IBS Gut Cleanse

IBS comes with a whole host of uncomfortable symptoms—bloating, gas, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and constipation. The list goes on! If you’re desperate for relief, try these 5 tips for a successful IBS cleanse.
Can You Repair Cells With Intermittent Fasting?

Can You Repair Cells With Intermittent Fasting?

Have you ever thought that WHEN you eat can have a positive impact on your health? If you haven’t, then you may want to consider trying intermittent fasting, which has been linked to cell repair (hello, healthy aging), improved gut health, weight loss, and more!
Do You Have SIFO? Here’s Everything You Should Know

Do You Have SIFO? Here’s Everything You Should Know

Characterized by fungal overgrowth in the small intestine, SIFO could very well explain the gastrointestinal symptoms you’ve been experiencing lately. Learn about what causes SIFO, how to test for it, and the most common treatment options.
Have a Colicky Baby? Here’s What to Do for Some Relief

Have a Colicky Baby? Here’s What to Do for Some Relief

Is your baby crying nonstop? Are they always fussy, impossible to calm down, and it all just makes you want to pull your hair out? Your baby might be suffering from colic and it can definitely be frustrating. We have some techniques on how to soothe your colicky baby, plus why you should consider enlisting the help of probiotics.
Why You Should Consider Taking Probiotics for UTIs

Why You Should Consider Taking Probiotics for UTIs

About 60% of women will experience a UTI in their lifetime. And if you’ve ever experienced one, then you know all the nagging symptoms—always having to pee, burning urination, and lower stomach discomfort. Rather than trial and error with various home remedies, here’s why you should consider taking probiotics for UTIs.
Why Is My Poop Green?

Why Is My Poop Green?

When you look down in the toilet, you expect to see brown poop. So it can be a little unsettling seeing green poop instead. Good news? Green poop typically isn’t a cause for concern. This post dives into 5 common reasons why your stool color might turn green.
8 Best Anti-Inflammatory Herbs & Spices

8 Best Anti-Inflammatory Herbs & Spices

Short-term inflammation might not be an issue, but chronic inflammation can lead to a multitude of diseases and conditions, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even cancer. In this post, we’ll dive into some herbs and spices you can easily incorporate into your diet for reduced inflammation.
Top 35 Vegan Foods Rich in Zinc

Top 35 Vegan Foods Rich in Zinc

Zinc is important for many functions in the body, like healing wounds, producing DNA, and supporting good digestion. But it can be hard getting enough on a plant-based diet. So to help you out, we’ve compiled a list of 35 vegan foods chock-full of zinc.
7 Gut Friendly Breakfast Options

7 Gut Friendly Breakfast Options

The microbiome in our gut can benefit from a healthy balanced meal to start the day. Prebiotics, probiotics, protein, and dietary fibers can all be found in breakfast foods and they help sustain the gut microbiome in different ways.

Top 5 Podcasts About Gut Health and Wellness

Top 5 Podcasts About Gut Health and Wellness

If you’re looking to improve your gut health or start living a healthier lifestyle, podcasts can be an excellent resource to help you achieve your goals. They’re easy to listen to, and many of them offer insightful discussions on issues related to gut health and wellness.

How Juice Cleanses Affect Your Gut

How Juice Cleanses Affect Your Gut

Marketed as a quick strategy for weight loss, elimination of toxins, and better digestion, juice cleanses can be filled with a multitude of myths. To understand what is really going on in our gut during our juice cleanse, let's turn to the experts.
Kombucha: The Super Drink for Your Gut?

Kombucha: The Super Drink for Your Gut?

Kombucha is thought to potentially provide probiotics, or "good" bacteria, that can improve digestion, boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, prevent leaky gut syndrome, and much more. All the publicity surrounding kombucha and its associated health benefits leads to the question: how much of it is legitimate?

13 Yoga Stretches for Better Digestion and Gut Health

13 Yoga Stretches for Better Digestion and Gut Health

It’s no secret that the moderate physical movement involved in a yoga practice can be good for gut health. This is largely due to its potential benefits in mitigating cancer risk, cholelithiasis, gastrointestinal hemorrhage, inflammatory bowel disease, diverticular disease, and constipation.
Antacids: Are they destroying your gut?

Antacids: Are they destroying your gut?

From Thanksgiving to New Year’s is the season of overindulgence. If you find yourself reaching for an antacid for comfort throughout this time, stop. Repeated antacid use could be throwing your microbiome out of balance and making your heartburn worse in the long run. 
Dehydration and Your Gut

Dehydration and Your Gut

Dehydration is probably the furthest thing from your mind during holiday season. But with stress, alcohol, and falling temperatures, winter is a critical time to maintain water balance in your body and in your gut.
Are Saturated Fats Good Fats or Bad? Your Gut Knows

Are Saturated Fats Good Fats or Bad? Your Gut Knows

Keto rocked the science world when researchers discovered that a high fat diet doesn’t always mean high blood pressure and skyrocketing cholesterol. But does that mean that saturated fats are fair game for free consumption? Not necessarily. We’re now realizing that the danger of saturated fat doesn’t lie in our arteries, but in the microbes of the gut.
How protein affects your gut microbes

How protein affects your gut microbes

High protein diets have been front and center in the nutrition world, but we’re only beginning to understand what that means long term. Protein is an essential macronutrient for a healthy body, but when you get more than your body needs, you need a plan to balance out your gut.
Die-off: Herx Reactions Explained

Die-off: Herx Reactions Explained

With many probiotic supplements you may experience Jarisch-Herxheimer Reaction die-off. The symptoms of precision probiotics typically does not include die-off due to the low dose probiotics supplied (prime) to help you avoid probiotic side effects.
Migraines: Relief Might Lie in the Gut

Migraines: Relief Might Lie in the Gut

Those who suffer from migraines have few choices on how to deal with the pain once it occurs and even fewer choices on how to avoid them. Here we look at new ways to understand how not only diet but microbiome health can impact migraine frequency and intensity and help find ways to work towards a pain-free lifestyle.
Best Vegetables for Your Gut Health

Best Vegetables for Your Gut Health

“Eat your veggies!” It’s a ubiquitous saying that is used to tease children and adults alike, but its warning is not idle. A survey done on 2,000 Americans showed that a whopping one out of four adult Americans has never eaten a vegetable in their lives.
Immunology and The Gut

Immunology and The Gut

The gastrointestinal system plays a central role in the immune system. Outside of our skin, it is the main route of contact with the outside world and is overloaded every day with external stimuli. 

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