Nutrition for hire: How dubious health claims go viral

Nutrition for hire-Manipulating science to create the illusion that a biased nutritional claim is fact by presenting an unbalanced argument. Science for hire is a relatively well-known concept and the topic of many articles and documentaries. Essentially, science for hire is the use of scientific principles to manipulate an audience's opinion, often towards an erroneous … Continue reading Nutrition for hire: How dubious health claims go viral

Benefits of exercise: Health, happiness, but not weight loss

The benefits of exercise are numerous. Unfortunately, the thing that most people use exercise for is not one of them. we're talking about weight loss. The funny thing about exercise is that if it were a drug, we'd all be taking it. There is no better intervention for improving overall health than exercise. Although, weight … Continue reading Benefits of exercise: Health, happiness, but not weight loss

Is this common supplement an effective Crohn’s disease treatment?

Looking for a potentially effective Crohn's disease treatment with a low risk of side effects? Well, today we'll discuss one such treatment. We won't hold you in suspense for too long. In fact, we covered this supplement as generally beneficial for the gut in a couple of blogs already. So what is this miracle nutritional … Continue reading Is this common supplement an effective Crohn’s disease treatment?

The most common cause of gastroparesis (And how to fix it)

Gastroparesis is a condition where the contents of the stomach take longer than normal to empty after a meal. As a result, people with gastroparesis normally have a feeling of excessive fullness nausea, acid reflux, and heartburn. Typically, the cause is unknown, referred to as idiopathic gastoparesis. But in cases where the cause is known, … Continue reading The most common cause of gastroparesis (And how to fix it)

What SIBO teaches us about healing the gut

SIBO, short for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, is a condition where bacteria overgrow in the small intestine. While we normally find bacteria in the small intestine, the numbers pale in comparison to the large intestine, or colon. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352345X19300943#fig1 As you can see, the amount of bacteria in the small intestine ranges from in the 1000s … Continue reading What SIBO teaches us about healing the gut

Day after Christmas 50% off Sale (EXTENDED THROUGH Monday 12/28/2020)

Do you want to tell 2020 to suck it? Well, let's make 2021 the year you reclaim your health and sanity. Today and tomorrow, get 50% off the Circadian Retraining Program OR The Ultimate Gut Health Bundle!!! We all know what's happening one week from today: The start of New Years resolution season. But why … Continue reading Day after Christmas 50% off Sale (EXTENDED THROUGH Monday 12/28/2020)