In today’s fitness world, it’s almost impossible to know which diet trend or fitness fad to run after. From macro-counting calories, to not counting at all, it’s hard to tell what’s the best for your body. Through all of this confusion, one thing remains true: most people are not getting enough protein. And the worst part is that smoothies and other trends do not carry enough protein to help anyone gain muscle easily. And even when we do get enough protein, our bodies have trouble digesting it. Luckily for us, probiotics and protein together have stepped into the spotlight.
We’ve reached the middle of November meaning, someone, somewhere is playing Christmas music right now. And it’s time to bust out the extra warm coat, hats, and gloves.
Diabetes is a chronic illness that redefines how those diagnosed live. Diabetics make careful decisions about what and when to eat.
You read that correctly, winter gardening.Many people think of gardening as a spring or summer activity, but winter is a perfect time to tend to your garden. Or begin growing plants inside.
Sometimes, you have to “go with your gut” and not over think about decisions. The gut-brain connection is not just a saying, it’s real, and it affects us more than we may realize.
Surely your feed is flooded with recipes for holiday: hors d’oeuvres, beverages, and desserts. But have you considered enhancing your favorite mixed drink with probiotics? What better way to celebrate the magic of your digestive track this holiday season than by sipping a probiotic cocktail with family and friends.
The microbiome, the mini ecosystem inside your digestive system, is a hot topic for health researchers. And a lot of that research focuses on how diet affects the bacteria in our gut. Validating the old adage “You are what you eat”.
A type of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s disease may affect as many as 780,000 Americans. When someone has Crohn’s, the bacteria in their gut triggers a reaction causing the lining to become irritated.
It’s that time of year again, cold season. It starts with one cough from Michael, two cubicals down from you. Now your kids are sniffling every five seconds in the back seat and you feel a tickle in your throat.
A lot of buzz surrounds probiotics lately. The boom in research focusing on the good bacteria in our bodies raises a lot of questions for people.