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5 Herbs to boost your Nutrition

Especially nutritious herbs are called Nutritives to describe their action.

All herbs are nutritious simply on the basis that they’re plants. However, some are obviously much higher on the scale, being rich in vitamins, minerals or anti-oxidants; while others are much lower, for example acting mostly as fiber. 952 more words

Conditions

The Health of Your Second Brain

All disease begins in the gut.-– Hippocrates

Gut Health is Your Health

I’ve been listening to Tim Ferriss’s podcast about human microbiome/gut flora as part of my morning runs. 881 more words

Healthy Living

Our 28-Day Detox Journey - Week Two Complete

We’re halfway through our 28-day detox journey, which puts us right in the midst of a transition between the second phase of the program, which is the most vigorous part of the detoxification process, and the re-introduction phase. 906 more words

The Decline of Probiotics in a Germophobic World (Part 1)


In today’s germophobic world it may be difficult to understand the concept of good germs. We have become so fixated on sanitizing everything and washing our hands frequently to get rid of “bad germs” that we have forgotten about “good germs” and their benefits. 1,253 more words

Health And Wellness

If You Do These Five Things, You’re Gonna Need Some FloraFood

There are more microorganisms in your stomach than there are cells in your body. This fact might be mind-blowing to some people, but since I’ve always had a severe inferiority complex, I have somehow always just figured that my body is more valuable as real estate for bacteria than I am as a human person. 344 more words

Health

Gut Bacteria, Allergies and Pesky Pollen

For the life of me, I couldn’t figure out why I felt so good yesterday. I asked myself many questions trying to figure out why so that I could replicate my wonderful, energetic day….What had I eaten or not eaten? 458 more words

Probiotics almost double weight loss in women


Highlights:
Lactobacillus rhamnosus

After the 12-week diet period, researchers observed an average weight loss of 4.4 kg in women in the probiotic group and 2.6 kg in the placebo group. 77 more words

Missed - Medical Breakthroughs