Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Gut Health

Everyone knows good gut health is important for feeling healthy. After all, it’s nearly impossible to feel good and healthy if you’re dealing with miserable digestive issues. (Gas? Bloating? Trips to the bathroom every 10 minutes? No thanks!) But did you know that your digestive health is really important for actually keeping you physically healthy? Research now clearly shows that your digestive health plays key roles in keeping your entire body running smoothly.  From immune function to mood regulation, a wealth of new studies have revealed amazing links between gut function and the health of every organ system in your body! Browse our gut health articles to learn more about how these processes work and how lifestyle changes can improve your gastrointestinal health.  

Healthy Gut Bacteria: Their Role in Promoting Heart Health

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Last Updated: September 20, 2019 Historically speaking, most heart health research has looked at various lifestyle factors (e.g. diet, exercise patterns, and sleep) and their effects on heart disease.  Although researchers have found links, they have also found that these lifestyle factors are not the only things to impact the health of your heart and...

Top 5 Butyrate-Producing Probiotics: Powerful Daily Gut Support

Top 5 Butyrate-Producing Probiotics
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Butyrate-producing probiotics are a recent discovery that has already shown great potential in improving gut health significantly.  Jump on and read about this gut health superpower and how to get more of this good stuff in your life! The connection between gut health and holistic well being is extremely underestimated.  So much so that where...

Healthy Gut: How it Affects the Way Your Body Absorbs Nutrients

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Last Updated: September 24, 2019 A well-functioning and healthy gut allows nutrients and water to enter your body easily and efficiently.  As a result, when your gut health is compromised, your body can’t effectively absorb nutrients. There are two factors that impact can your gut’s ability to absorb nutrients: your gut mucosa your gut bacteria  Additionally,...

What is Butyrate Used For: 6 Things You Need to Know Now

What is Butyrate Used For
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What do you think of when you hear butyrate? Such words always make me wonder what it is used for. Is it for cleaning windows or is it a health supplement? What is butyrate used for? Butyrate is used for stomach issues. It’s a supplement that can help you...

Gut Flora: Learn How it Helps Your Body Fight Inflammation

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Inflammation is one of the body’s natural defense mechanisms. It occurs in response to either injury or the invasion of foreign matter. Characterized by redness and swelling, inflammation describes increased blood flow and fluid distribution to the site of injury.  This happens in an attempt to flush the area with chemicals, antibodies, and essential nutrients. This...

Intestinal Health: Why Trust Your Gut Feeling

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Let’s take a look at the microcosm of the human gut and how it serves to protect our health!  Specifically, let's talk about how you can adapt your diet to support the positive influence of your gut bacteria on your intestinal health. Bacteria have a reputation of being the villains of almost every health story...

Top 5 Best Prebiotic Supplements for Leaky Gut Healing Now

Best Prebiotic Supplements for Leaky Gut Healing
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In this post, you will learn about the best prebiotic supplements for leaky gut healing.  But first, it's important to understand what prebiotics are why exactly they're beneficial to your health. Here, Hunter, our resident exercise expert breaks it down! Last Updated: July 11, 2019 Table Of ContentsWhat are Prebiotics?What is the Difference Between Prebiotics...

Poor Gut Health: 5 Ways It Can Weaken Your Immune System

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Poor gut health has been linked to poor immune function. In this article, we investigate the science behind this notion. Let's get started. Did you know your body contains more microbial cells than human cells?  Yep.  Your own body cells are outnumbered around 1:3 by micro-organisms.  The vast majority of these microbes live on the surface...

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