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Gluten Intolerance, or gluten sensitivity, creates a wide range of problems in as many as 15% of the United States population.  With over 55 diseases being linked to the protein found in gluten, eliminating certain foods from your diet can help the symptoms of these diseases disappear. This gluten protein is the sticky substance that…

 

Scientists from Washington University have found definitive evidence that specific bacteria found in the gut contribute to making you fat, improving your immune system, and preventing digestive issues like irritable bowel syndrome. Believe it or not, your body is host to over 10,000 species of microorganisms; primarily bacteria. In fact, most people carry between 3…

 

People suffering from inflammatory bowel disease, specifically Crohns and Colitis, demonstrated to be at an increased risk of heart attack and stroke.  Analyzing data from over 150,000 people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) demonstrated between a 10% and 25% increase in heart attack and stroke risk.  Surprisingly, women with IBD were more at risk than men….

 

 The common cold is estimated to affect nearly 500 million people annually in the United States, costing over an estimated $40 billion in combined medical costs.  Supplementing with a high-quality probiotic supplement has been clinically proven to reduce the severity and duration of the common cold by over 27%. Specifically, nearly 500 adults supplementing with…

 

Put sugar in your mouth and your taste buds quickly register the sweetness associated with it.  New research is demonstrating that these sweet taste buds aren’t just found on the tongue, rather they are found  in many places in the human body; including in the intestinal tract. These new findings, reported in the journal Diabetes,…

 

Increase Fat Burning and Weight Loss with a Big Breakfast Making breakfast the  largest meal of the day may increase fat burning; speed up weight-loss; and decrease insulin, blood glucose levels and cholesterol levels.  New research published in the journal Obesity studied weight loss trends over 12-weeks among two groups of women, one group who…

 

Probiotics are the naturally occurring good bacteria in food and in the body.  Recently, several important findings have demonstrated that probiotics are an important part of supporting overall health and wellness.  Specifically, probiotics are beneficial in supporting immune and digestive health. Several all-natural foods and supplements provide significant amounts of health bacteria. How Do Probiotics…

 

Exercise has long been recommended for decreasing stress while at the same time releasing endorphins that result in the “runner’s high”, a sense of euphoria and excitement often achieved while running, biking or participating in other forms of physical activity. Until recently, scientists and researchers were unable to pinpoint how the brain could be both…

 

The increased reliance on genetically modified foods is a growing concern in the United States.  Currently, it is estimated that  genetically modified foods, or GMOs, are found in at least 75% of the processed foods sold in the United States.  Given the fact that nearly 60% of the population has little to no understanding of…

 

According to the American Nutrition Association, nearly 70 million people suffer from some form of digestive discomfort everyday.  These digestive issues may include heartburn, acid reflux, IBS, indigestion, constipation, diarrhea and  abdominal pain.  While many people rely on over-the-counter or prescription medications to relieve these conditions, many are finding relief through natural and effective treatment…

 
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