Entries tagged with “Gut Health”
Exploring how an irritable mind affects an irritable bowel does not imply IBS symptoms are not real. It means that in IBS, and many other conditions, the mind-body connection can create real symptoms—and can be used to bring real healing.
Everyone’s microbiome is slightly different, but for this week’s Healthy Habits, here are some ways to support it in general.
Ayurveda uses everything in nature as a medicine—and I don't just mean herbs and oils. This system of medicine treats the air, the sun, and the water as medicine.It trea…
1. As the science is emerging on the mind-gut connection, what do you believe is the most significant discovery?The most important realization is to view the mind-brain-gut microbi…
Because the health of our gut is closely tied to many other bodily functions, prebiotics and probiotics together are important for battling inflammation and lowering overall disease risk.
What if there was a healthy, organic, and cheap miracle tonic that could facilitate digestion and detoxification, aid in weight loss, cure acne, and bring on shiny hair?
Brain MakerThe Power of Gut Microbes to Heal and Protect Your Brain—For LifeBy David Perlmutter, MDLITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANYThe gut houses an internal compass, but could it also h…
Charcoal’s millions of tiny pores have the strength to capture and remove toxins, increasing energy and overall well-being.
The secret to a happy, health gut is knowing it’s not what you eat, it’s how.
Support the immune and digestive systems by balancing the Earth element and nourishing the spleen.
We can all agree that living in peace and cooperation beats living in conflict. It turns out that our microbiome, (that community that lives in our gut), is either existing as a co…
If you’ve recently discovered you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), you may want to jump right into a low-FODMAP diet. Here’s what you need to know about FODMAP.
Scientific researchers are clear that food intolerances are different from allergies and may take longer to show up in the body than allergies.
As well as providing other health benefits, these foods can support good gut health.
IBS? Leaky gut? CBD products can help with many digestive ailments.
This meditation will help you to explore your own belly, offering it thanks, appreciation, and perhaps a little bit of healing.
Tired of yogurt, kombucha, and kefir? Then give these five foods a try to get more of the gut-boosting benefits of fermentation.
Julie Peters describes her experience with SIBO and her long journey back to health.
If you’ve ever felt butterflies in your stomach when you were nervous, or known the truth of a situation through your ‘gut feeling’, you’ve experienced what has fast become a fasci…
People who get to know me now find it difficult to imagine that I was not always joyfully dancing West African dance and singing rhythm and blues, but only two years ago I ended a …
Human microbiome science is forcing us again to reevaluate who we are…
Fixing your digestion can make you feel a lot less anxious.
Some practices for tending the gut have scant basis in anatomical reality… The gut has a mind of its own.
This subtly sweet warm breakfast is good for gut health and can be made without grain.
This week we present good reasons to stock up on avocadoes, an intriguing link between depression and constipation, and people wigging out while meditating. Intrigued? Read to learn more.
“Although all veggies are good for you, some pack an outsized punch when it comes to promoting gut health. These six vegetables, and the easy recipes that go with them, will help your inner garden grow.”
CBD can help ease the pain and trouble that comes with an inflamed gut, whether it’s IBS, leaky gut, or some other problem.
Excerpted From Heal Your Gut with Bone Broth by Robin Westen
The Mind-Gut ConnectionHow the Hidden Conversation Within Our Bodies Impacts Our Mood, Our Choices, and Our Overall HealthBy Dr. Emeran MayerHarper Wave More than 100 trillion mic…
When you think of depression, you most likely think of it as a disease of the brain, a neurochemical imbalance. Research, however, does not support this idea.Dr. Kelly Brogan, MD a…
Take a month to figure out what you can and can’t eat.
Flipping through The Whole-Body Microbiome, we learned this.
Everyone knows the importance that bacteria plays in gut health, but what about fungus? Understanding how to balance your mycobiome, or the ecosystem of fungus that lives in the gut, is crucial for maintaining good health.
Eating wheat is healthy—but not in the ways we typically eat it today. The solution will likely improve your health dramatically.