If you're looking for women's health information, ladies, this one's for you! We got a lot of feedback on some of our Youtube shorts from the women-folk, and these videos seem to be really popular. So we're going to dedicate more time on this topic to give you high quality information you can use to … Continue reading New women’s health series on Youtube shorts
Age-related muscle loss has a substantially negative effect on our later years. It reduces quality of life, decreases resilience, and leads to significant disability. Clearly, exercise is essential to help hold on to as much muscle as possible. Regular strength training at 3-4x/wk covers this base. Getting adequate protein is also important. Unfortunately, the dose … Continue reading Preventing age related muscle loss: Role of the microbiome
If you need help reversing type 2 diabetes, you likely know the importance of lifestyle. Eating better and exercising more certainly help, but sometimes you need something else to goose things along. As far as useful tools, there's a lot of hype behind dietary fiber. Eating more fiber has a lot of beneficial effects for … Continue reading Need help reversing type 2 diabetes? This fiber may help!!!
How can we age well? We all want to do it, and we've all seen how aging can go sideways for many people. Many of us see our parents aging, and the inevitable decline that we all face. Fortunately, we have a ton of research at our disposal that our parents and grandparents never had. … Continue reading How to age well: The role of the microbiome
IBS pain is quite a bit different than pain in other areas of the body. If you just apply pressure to your arm, the pain is mild if you even get it. But if you cut your arm, the pain can become intense. This story is completely flipped in the gut. If you have surgery … Continue reading Major cause of IBS pain identified!!!
A new study unlocks a major benefit of resistant starch in the development of digestive tract cancers. Researchers looked at the benefits of resistant starch in individuals with Lynch Syndrome. Lynch Syndrome is a hereditary condition that increases the risk of cancers of the digestive tract. People with Lynch Syndrome have a defect in genes … Continue reading Amazing benefit of resistant starch discovered!!!
Is there a relationship between your diet and mental health? It seems plausible that a person's diet can play an important role. Certainly there is a link between physical and mental health. There is good evidence that the 2 are linked. However, it's problematic determining if one causes the other or they are indirectly linked. … Continue reading Diet and mental health: Can what you eat play a role?
Mast cell activation syndrome(MCAS) treatment normally centers around blocking histamine. You've likely heard of histamine as the release of histamine from mast cells causes allergic symptoms. Symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, cough, and things of that nature. Mast cells are cells of the immune system that help protect the body against foreign invaders. Activation … Continue reading Mast cell activation syndrome treatment: Time’s on your side
You may have heard that there are antinutrients in vegetables. These so-called plant toxins may have negative effects on gut health and prevent the absorption of minerals. But does this mean you should avoid vegetables? Are there things you should do to reduce your exposure to these things? Or, are there also beneficial effects associated … Continue reading Are antinutrients in vegetables bad for us?
Does Roundup cause Cancer? This question may have popped into your head if you saw a recent paper showing detectable levels of glyphosate in human urine. As is the case with most things these days, everyone freaked out. Fear porn is so popular these days. But let's look at this question and give it a … Continue reading Does consuming Roundup cause cancer: Youtube short