Tag: Microbiome

These Easy Tricks Can Help Increase Your Natural Antibodies

When foreign infectious pathogens like bacteria and viruses enter the body, your immune system produces antibodies to protect. So, the stronger your immune system...

4 Summer Foods Most Likely To Poison Your Gut (And How...

No one wants a bad tummy — especially when they’re trying to enjoy all that summer has to offer. Up here in Canada, we’ve had...

How Kimchi Saved My Aching Stomach

For most of my life, my stomach and I have been at odds with each other. Ever since I was a little kid, I...

Bizzare Things Your Teeth Are Trying To Tell You

Most of us are aware of the importance of regularly brushing, flossing and taking care of our teeth. But you may not know that...

Migraines And Gut Bacteria: A New Connection

In the United States, there are about 30 million people who experience migraines. That’s approximately one in seven people. Migraines aren’t simply bad headaches....

Chronic Fatigue And Your Gut: A Newly Discovered Connection

Despite all of the Western world's advances in medical research, one disorder that we still know relatively little about is chronic fatigue syndrome, commonly...

Forget the “Cheat Days” — They Might Mess Up Your Gut

Living a clean, healthy lifestyle is a big adjustment for many people. In today's Western culture, many of us grew up eating processed foods,...

Could Probiotics Help Relieve Irritable Bowel?

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most commonly diagnosed digestive illnesses today. In fact, over 60 million people in America suffer from...

This Just In: Intestinal Worms May Be Good for You

It’s like a James Cameron movie: another creature swimming its way through your body. However, unlike H.R. Giger’s horrific aliens that are waiting to...

New Probiotic Therapies Could Be Specifically Targeted to Fight Diseases

We all know that antibiotics can severely limit our immunity. Over-prescription of antibiotics has caused widespread discussion and fear about antibiotic-resistant superbugs. A new study has...
[campaign]
[campaign]
[email]
[email]
[campaign]
[campaign]
[email]
[email]