Tag: gut health

Pho Recipe — a Gut-Friendly Vietnamese Soup

This article was originally published by our friend Dr. Axe There’s nothing like cooler weather that makes me want to cook up a big batch...

New evidence suggests that gut health may be connected to behavior...

This article was originally published by our friends at NaturalNews New research indicates that there could be more than meets the eye when it comes...

10 Foods High in FODMAPs (and what to eat instead)

This article was originally published by our friends at Authority Nutrition Food is a common trigger of digestive issues. In particular, foods that are high...

Is Stress Damaging Your Gut?

This article was originally published by our friend Dr. Amy Myers Research has linked high levels of stress with autoimmune disease, heart disease, ulcers, diabetes,...

Fermented Foods May Be a Key Component of an Anti-Cancer Diet

This article was originally published by our friend Dr. Mercola Slowly but surely, scientists are increasingly starting to focus on the influence of nutrition on...

5 Benefits of Greek Yogurt (and how it compares to regular...

This article was originally published by our friends at Authority Nutrition Greek yogurt is a thicker, creamier version of regular yogurt. It has become an increasingly...

The Microbiome Solution: Healing You Body From the Inside Out

This article was originally published by our friend Dr. Mercola By now, you're probably aware of how important a balanced gut microbiome is to your...

Understanding the True Cause of Autoimmune Disease

This article was originally published by our friend Dr. Amy Myers  My mission as a functional medicine doctor and a New York Times Bestselling author is...

Surprise! Scientists Discover New Organ in the Human Body

Most of us have misplaced our keys or found an item we thought we’d lost forever buried in our closets. But this month, researchers...

Koji — the Biggest Food Trend of 2017?

Slowly but surely, consumer behavior is changing in regard to food. Many have started embracing more traditional foods and are relearning ancient culinary methods...