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Miracle Ways Your Gut Affects Hormones

Instead of being passive passengers of the human body, bacteria in the gut affect the health of the digestive tract, increase and decrease appetite, and change taste preferences. They can help you lose weight, or they can add pounds. They can make you sad, or, on the contrary, they can add stress resistance. We talk

Digestive Support

The health of your digestive system is essential to ensure proper digestion and absorption of nutrients, as well as to support the function of other body systems, such as the immune system. The health of the gastrointestinal system, particularly the gut microbiota, even impacts mental health through its connection with the central nervous system, often

12 Steps to Improve Your Digestion WITHOUT Testing

In my practice, I see a lot of patients with digestive issues that impair the quality of life and bring misery. While functional laboratory testing is important in some cases to get to the bottom of the digestive distress, not everyone has access to it, because most insurance plans do not cover it or cover

Probiotic Foods: Top 13 Natural Probiotic Foods

Our digestive tract is inhabited by trillions of good and bad bacteria. Fermented foods contain both prebiotic fibers that feed our good (and sometimes not so good) bacteria and probiotics – the good kind of bacteria. Fermented foods promote the growth of beneficial bacteria in the intestines. Some are easy to make and others are

Coconut Water Kefir

I stopped buying as much kombucha, when I finally learned how to make my own fizzy coconut water kefir. I love it plain a lot, but sometimes I do change up the flavors by adding different juices to the second fermentation. My favorite juices are pomegranate, black cherry, pineapple. The sugars in juices are used