How Our Gut Can Help Us With Long-Term Disease Prevention

Most of us don't think too much about our gut. Yes, it digests our food, but most of the time it doesn’t seem to be very flattering, right? Perhaps it's time to reconsider our attitude. Recent research has shown that the gut has many surprising functions that are critical to almost every aspect of our … Continue reading How Our Gut Can Help Us With Long-Term Disease Prevention

Computers, Cell Phones, and Texting… A New Cause of Disease

Computers and cell phones play a significant role in modern society. A 2015 survey revealed that 53% of people listed their cell phone as the most important item they would save from their home during a house fire. Most people use their cell phone as much as an appendage of the body and describe the … Continue reading Computers, Cell Phones, and Texting… A New Cause of Disease

4 Substances that Wreck Beneficial Bacteria and Cause Inflammation

Processed sugar & carbs (especially gluten and grains) imbalance the microbiome, cause inflammation, and also contributes to swings in mood and energy. Trans fats are often used in processed food and baked goods and spike inflammation. Avoid all vegetable and seed oils and stick with minimally processed fats like butter, tallow, lard, ghee, coconut oil, … Continue reading 4 Substances that Wreck Beneficial Bacteria and Cause Inflammation

How to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth – Without Damaging Your Body

Let’s face it, we all love sugar in some way, shape, or form. For many, it’s chocolate. For others, ice cream, cookies, or cotton candy. Regardless of what satisfies your sweet tooth, it’s important to understand the negative effects excess sugar consumption can have on the body. Research has shown sugar to be extremely addictive … Continue reading How to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth – Without Damaging Your Body