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Fermented Foods

Say goodbye to allergy meds and say hello to nature’s

Spirulina is the blue-green algae made famous by NASA after the agency used it to support astronauts’ health during space...

Your on-the-go gut care guide: Read this to avoid traveler’s

Summer’s here, and many of us are itching to travel. After a year in relative isolation, though, is your microbiome...

Fermented foods are sometimes given a bad rap. Are they

Fermented foods are being given a bad rap. But the truth is that sometimes, fermented foods aren’t right for many...

3 ways to curb salicylate sensitivity (and MCAS risk)

Symptoms commonly associated with salicylate sensitivity include rhinitis (runny nose), asthma, and nasal polyps. But hives, rashes, swelling, sore eyes,...

Should you skip coffee to heal your gut? This may

One study says it’s good for you, the next says it’s bad. What’s the truth about coffee (other than it’s...

Body Ecology blood type series: Calling all Os

This last article in our blood type series is all about you Os. You are the most prevalent and the...

Body Ecology blood type series: Living life as an AB

If you (or someone you know) are an AB blood type, know that ABs have their own distinct characteristics that...

Runny nose and allergies? You might need to watch your

Have you ever had a facial or used a beauty product containing salicylic acid? It’s become a common ingredient in...

Body Ecology blood type series: Being (type) B

With this second article in our series on blood types and how one’s own biochemistry might reveal the basis for...

Stock your survival pantry with affordable, gut-friendly food

If you live in an area prone to or at risk for earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding, wildfires, or other disasters...

Cuckoo for coconut: Is it as healthy as you think?

Coconut, coconut, coconut. Everywhere you look, there’s coconut. In shampoo, lotion, energy bars, smoothies, and even as a natural mouthwash....

Do you have ‘Corona Brain?’ You just might and don’t

As the body’s gut-brain connection is better understood, inflammation in the brain can now be studied from several different perspectives...

Rethinking multivitamins: Do you need one?

Around half of all American adults take a daily multivitamin, but are these pills necessary?1,2 Or, worse, could they be...

COVID-19 and probiotics: Research is leading us to important answers

We’ve already looked at the use of probiotics to help prevent and treat diarrhea associated with COVID-19, but could probiotics...

Can you calm COVID diarrhea & stomach troubles with probiotics?

It’s the respiratory symptoms of COVID-19 that have gotten the most attention this past year, but many of those infected...

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