Despite evidence of gut health benefits of Sun exposure, we're told to avoid Sun exposure. Ultraviolet rays from the Sun are a carcinogen they say, so it's best to stay away as much as possible. But there's more to it than that. We've known for years that less Sun exposure on the skin increases IBD … Continue reading Gut health benefits of Sun exposure
Unfortunately for many with gut problems, reintroduction of foods is tough. And the long term use of a restriction diet probably has them eating a very small number of foods. There are a number of restriction diets to help with gastrointestinal disorders: Low Fodmap, the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, the Autoimmune Protocol, Keto, and Carnivore. While … Continue reading 11 tips for successful reintroduction of foods
If you have a functional gastrointestinal disease like IBS or SIBO, the quote below may not resonate with you if. Particularly if you don't work the night shift or skip over times zones while traveling. Obviously you don't have circadian disruption, you go to bed at night just like everyone else, right? "...all parts of … Continue reading Is your lifestyle causing your gastrointestinal disease?
I have to admit, I absolutely love when science begins connecting the dots in some of my theories. A recent study published in the journal PNAS does this nicely. In the study, researchers took a look at the GATM gene which is the rate-limiting step in creatine synthesis. They noticed some abnormalities in the gut … Continue reading New study confirms: Supplemental creatine is great for your gut!!!