Over the past four years, Americans spent an estimated 60 billion dollars on a a drug class to get rid of acid reflux! Does this sound like we are suffering from a problem of epic proportions?
When a stellar college baseball player developed IBS, SIBO and other symptoms of chronic illness, his whole life fell apart — until he found natural ways to heal himself and others.
Accutane, a drug created for chemotherapy, was repackaged as acne treatment. Read how one man entrusted his health to his physician and regretted it.
Antibiotic resistance draws the headlines, but don’t ignore the annihilation of beneficial microbes in your gastrointestinal tract every time you take antibiotics. Discover what you can do to avoid the gut flora carnage.
You may not know it, but your gut is talking to your brain incessantly. Find out what the chatter is all about and how these conversations equate to better cognitive health for you.
The Rainbow Gathering is great place for communal celebration, but a terrible place to suffer a bout with your bowels. Here’s how one man healed himself by ditching drugs and going back to the basics.
It may not be on the menu, but eating a side order of rat excrement or roach fragments is a real possibility when you dine out. Unseen filth can find its way into just about anything from pancakes to tacos. Learn how to counter the ill effects of creepy stuff you wouldn’t normally swallow.
Fecal transplants can provide immense help for people who have gut issues, including IBS and IBD, as well as a slew of other health issues.
HoneyColony’s founder Maryam Henein breaks down the compelling research on why we should eat fermented foods, along with some great tips on where to find them and how to make them yourself.
HoneyColony contributor Erica Mather shares how she made peace with her gluten intolerance and discovered the pleasures of eating gluten-free.
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