“Hello? Were you even listening?”
That phrase might be as familiar to you as the stuck bit on an old record. If that’s the case, then
Everyone’s gut is as individual and unique as their thoughts and tastes. That’s because of the gut microbiome.
The microbiome, or the ecological community of microorganisms living in the digestive tract, is finally being investigated as the source of millions of ailments — from acne, weight gain, anxiety, sleep disorders, and more.
And while we’re constantly seeking out new knowledge with regard to changing our behaviors and lifestyles to support a more healthy gut…
A lot can happen in 42 days. Habits form, people fall in love, zucchinis grow. And according to recent research, the bacteria in the gut
In recent years, more and more companies have been implementing workplace wellness programs. These programs focus on promoting the health and wellbeing of their employees,
Modern Western medical science has spent many years overlooking one crucial area of the human body: the gut.
Shocking, considering 60-70 million people are affected by digestive diseases in the United States alone. And, because only 36.6 million receive a gut disorder diagnosis on their first doctor’s office visit, 60-70 million may be a conservative figure.