In response to the obesity and overweight health crisis, plenty of research is underway on all the different factors that might be leading to weight gain and weight retention. Some researchers are looking at probiotics and their role on gut health and weight as one possible solution.
Studies have shown that sexual dysfunction is more common among women than men, and that 50 percent of women report issues with staying wet naturally. So what happens when your lady parts don’t behave the way you want them to? Why do some women have a hard time getting wet?
When it comes to his own health and well-being, Jordan Peterson’s “antidote to chaos” involves eating an all-meat diet. The media, vegans, and doctors alike have had a field day with this. Even though it saved his life.
Pathogenic bacteria is fueled by wheat because they are genetically modified to include more gluten and contain lectins and have many other unhealthy factors.
Things aren’t always as they seem. Just when you thought all viruses were the enemy, along comes microbial mercenaries that hunt down harmful bacteria and even offer us hope in resolving the antibiotic resistance crisis.
The secret to living longer lies in the delicate balance of our gut microbiome, and now it’s in our power to create a healthy biome and enhance our lives.
While holistic and functional medicine practitioners continue to explore and incorporate research that screams the importance of stomach bacteria, conventional doctors largely ignore our gut microbiomes opting instead for antibiotics and other strong Big Pharma medications that kill beneficial microbes.
Are you a worrier? Making excuses not to exercise? Thinking you can catch up on your sleep some other time? Lifestyle choices such as these can throw your gut microbiome out of balance and put you on the fast track to declining health. Learn how to stay healthy here!
Your gut microbiome is responsible for your mood, immune system, and overall health. New gut microbiome testing kits make it possible to identify your body’s specific needs — and stay away from diets, foods, and supplements that aren’t working well with your system.