Are you looking for the benefits of fermented food to see if you want to add them to your diet? Would it be better to increase fiber intake instead? Well, you're in luck, a paper published last year looked at this very topic. Unfortunately, you often won't get the full picture of a study from … Continue reading Benefits of fermented food vs high fiber: The FeFiFo study
Your gut is an incredibly important part of your physiology. It breaks down your food every day and helps you absorb nutrients to live. When everything works properly, your health is top notch. The number of interesting things about your gut are too numerous to count. It's effectively a giant tube that runs the length … Continue reading Your gut: The critical first steps to building gut health
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Thymic involution is a primary driver of the age-related decline of our immune system. It makes us more likely to get sick, experience a severe infection, and pushes us towards autoimmune disease. A strong immune system does a lot for your overall health. The thymus is a particularly important organ for doing all the above. … Continue reading Thymic involution causes immune decline. We just found out how to reverse it.
Healing leaky gut is a problem many with gut problems hope to solve. Unfortunately, most people have a skewed perspective on what leaky gut is. Many think leaky gut is a syndrome that happens to someone. Consequently, in this paradigm, you need a cure. But in many instances, leaky gut is simply a symptom of … Continue reading Healing leaky gut: The power of weight loss
Avoiding gluten seems to be all the rage these days. People do it for many reasons: Weight lossGut healthOverall healthAllergy or intolerance Many should avoid gluten, such as those with celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity/intolerance. But should your everyday average Joe or Jane ditch gluten? Is gluten the newest scourge to humans? Or is … Continue reading Avoiding gluten: Should everyone do it?
Is there an inflammatory bowel disease diet that helps achieve remission? Anecdotally speaking, numerous people on the interwebz and social media believe so. But the interesting thing about this is that there really isn't a single diet. Some people do great with a whole food plant-based(WFPB) diet. Others do well with Carnivore or Keto. So … Continue reading Inflammatory bowel disease diet: The role of food additives
Approximately 25 million Americans suffer from an autoimmune disease. There are more than 80 different autoimmune conditions, which include IBD, rhematoid arthritis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, and more. These conditions can affect a specific organ as is the case with the pancreas in type 1 diabetes. On the other hand, it can be systemic as it is … Continue reading Autoimmune disease videos: All things autoimmune