The internet is saturated with advice on how to manicure your body and finetune it like a microchip — washboard abs, Madonna arms, digestive purges,
You can’t have missed the great toilet paper shortage of 2020. Well, that’s not all we seem to be “short” on. Rice, eggs, milk, bread,
Unless you have diabetes, insulin probably doesn’t contribute very much to your daily inner dialogue of things to frantically track. But it should. Public education
In recent years, the scientific community has begun reevaluating our primary measure of health-by-weight: BMI. Its effectiveness in determining whole body health isn’t trusted as
Stress is a killer – and that’s not a metaphor. It’s not just that too much stress makes us sad, tense, and less able to enjoy
Leaky gut syndrome is a difficult beast to catch.
Unless you’ve had CT scans and a confirmed intestinal perforation, it can be difficult to diagnose. The current scientific consensus is that most of us have leaky gut, to some degree.
Leaky gut is also called “intestinal permeability” in the medical community.
You see, the gut is naturally supposed to control what substances are allowed into the bloodstream. It does this by maintaining a secure barrier via the intestinal lining and by making sure the microbiome of the gut is diverse and thriving.