Optimizing circadian rhythms is one of the greatest things you can do to help heal your gut. Whether you're suffering from poor digestion, impaired motility, or leaky gut, working on your circadian rhythms is crucial to gut health. The reason why circadian rhythms are so important is that all functions in the gut are regulated … Continue reading How optimizing circadian rhythms heals the gut
Hello folks, time for some more food intolerance reversal in this testimonial from a member of the Circadian Retraining Program. I began talking with Chuck before I even developed the program. He was an early follower of Hack Your Gut and we'd often discuss aspects of diet from different perspectives. Chuck has made major improvements … Continue reading Food intolerance reversed with circadian optimization
Chronic diarrhea is a common condition affecting nearly 20 million Americans every year. Many factors may contribute to the condition including: ObesityHigh daily carbohydrate intakeBeing femaleFeeling depressed A lot of mystery surrounds the causes of diarrhea. As a result, people often have problems addressing it. One factor strongly associated with chronic diarrhea is obesity. However, … Continue reading Chronic diarrhea more common in the obese
Irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, is a disorder of the large intestine that leads to gas, bloating, pain, diarrhea, or constipation. In the US, there are 200,000 cases of IBS every year. Thus, it's relatively common. People with IBS often have a hard time getting effective treatment for the condition. As a result, people suffer … Continue reading Is irritable bowel syndrome real or just a symptom cluster?
There's a tremendous amount of confusion as it pertains to what causes leaky gut. If you look at the approaches most people take to correct it, you'd think it was a glutamine or probiotic deficiency. Or maybe it's fungal overgrowth or carbs. Fortunately, a newly published study tackles the problem. In Risk factors associated with … Continue reading What causes leaky gut? The answer may shock you.
Candida is a genus of yeast responsible for the majority of fungal infections in humans. Many species of the yeast are normal inhabitants of a healthy human GI tract, acting as commensal organisms. Unfortunately, under the proper conditions, many are opportunistic pathogens. Typically our immune system keeps Candida in check. It actually exists in 2 … Continue reading Conquering Candida: It takes a lot more than diet