Some lose a lover to a younger woman or an irreversible illness. I lost my partner to a parasite invasion. Yet the scariest monsters are those that actually exist.
These lectin-reducing techniques may help reduce various health problems. Whether you are overly stressed, eating a poor diet, or have chronic conditions, reducing lectins is a step in the right direction.
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.
The health benefits of raw honey are well documented. New findings now link honey with improved gut health. Discover how bees are making our good bacteria thrive like never before!
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.
Millions of U.S. adults suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD), an enigmatic psychological disorder without a clear path for treatment. That could change with a miracle antioxidant supplement called molecular hydrogen that battles PTSD by reducing oxidative stress.
Half the world's population carries a bacterium called H.pylori that is responsible for ulcers, cancer, and more. Antibiotics are increasingly ineffective. Should you worry?
"...what was missing were the unquantifiables that I was used to getting with food: a sense of renewed vitality, conviviality, delight."
Research reveals one "safe" toxin used to make corn is in 93 percent of maternal and 69 percent of non-pregnant women's blood samples.