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)
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
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Wanna learn how to improve sleep? Have you tinkered around with blocking blue light and time-restricted eating without much improvement? Well, maybe you should teach your cells to take out the trash. A new paper discovered why our biological clocks become disrupted with age. As a result, our sleep gets worse and our risk for … Continue reading How to improve sleep: Keep your cells tidy!
The concept of immune boosting foods generally centers around the theory that increased levels of everyday nutrients involved in immunity will boost it. A great example is the use of high dose vitamin C for the prevention of the common cold. But human physiology is vastly more complicated than that. Furthermore, "Immune boosting foods" is … Continue reading Immune boosting foods and your microbiome
Have you heard the term leaky gut but don't know what it's about? Have you consulted Dr. Google only to find out it doesn't exist, or that if you eat gluten you definitely have it? Unfortunately, there's a lot of myths and misconceptions circulating the interwebz. And even worse, those things somehow manage to be … Continue reading Is leaky gut real?
We get a number of requests to post a "healthy gut diet", which is impossible to do. The primary issue is that we're all different. Thus, what's best for your gut depends on several factors: Are you trying to fix a problem or optimize an already healthy gut?GeneticsFood allergies & intolerancesActivity levelsSleepWorking day vs night … Continue reading Healthy gut diet: Foods you should eat for optimal gut health
Personalized nutrition is a hot topic these days. It's based around the concept of bio-individuality: That each of us thrives on a diet that depends on a lot of different factors. These factors include genetics, sleep, meal composition, meal timing, physical activity, and the microbiome. Unfortunately, this idea really doesn't sell well. It's much easier … Continue reading Personalized Nutrition: How to find the perfect diet for you
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There are many foods that heal the gut. Foods high in fiber, in particular, are often recommended for their ability to build a healthy microbiome. Fiber acts as food for beneficial bacteria in the gut, which increases their presence. These beneficial critters ferment fiber in to beneficial metabolites called short chain fatty acids(SCFAs) that promote … Continue reading Foods that heal the gut that you’re likely not eating