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Our digestive system is like a long, twisty road that is housed in most of our lower torso. Just as driving such a road can present many challenges and obstacles (road blocks, steep hills, narrow junctures), our digestive system, too, can face similar hurdles at times. To have a successful “trip, ... Read more

Wintertime calls for a responsive and resilient immune system to fight off colds and flu. To boost your resistance to seasonal illnesses, look to the foods you eat for help. Vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, and probiotics all work to boost both innate and acquired immunity. Choose ... Read more

Spring always feels like a miracle, with green shoots and leaves popping out everywhere you look. Follow nature’s lead and extend that palette to your plate! “Nutritious root vegetables like squashes and beets are designed to get us through the winter, but when the weather warms and leaves start ... Read more
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Insects may give you the creepy-crawlies, but tending to the “bugs” inside your body can give you a leg up on your health (just one, not six!). Research suggests that bacteria in your gut, known as your microbiome, affect your risk of chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, diabetes and, as dis ... Read more
ADDED TO  Digestive Health, Wellness Tips  1742 days 16 hours 29 min ago
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Even though Americans are consuming fewer supplements these days, there’s one that we can’t seem to get enough of — probiotics. These good-for-your-gut bacteria work by replacing “bad” bacteria in the small intestine, and they can be found in supplement form or in certain foods with active cultur ... Read more

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