America was founded on hemp. George Washington was a hemp farmer. In fact, when the nation was founded, it was required for all farmers to
You can make a hypnotized person do just about anything, right? Because of the way we eat when we’re eating subconsciously, we’re hypnotized far more
New year, new back?
Probably not. You’ll have to start writing “2020” on all of your paperwork now, but other than adjusting to a new decade, everything else will likely feel the same.
Including your aching back. We’ve written before about ways to ease chronic back pain by stretching, especially addressing the shocking number of people with back pain in America – 80%.
Since the pandemic and subsequent global shut-down seems to be heralding a new era in which our dependence on fossil fuels is not only cruel
Those in quarantine for the last several months have been wrestling.
Wrestling with their mental health, physical health, spiritual, and emotional health.
And anyone who has tried to tackle all of them at once probably started right where they should have: the gut. The gut’s trillions of microbes are responsible for so many of the body’s systems, it doesn’t even make sense to tackle disparate pieces of health if you’re ignoring your gut health.
Irritable guts can feel like a death sentence — you never seem to get the formula right. Eating out is a nightmare, providing friends and family with dietary restrictions can make you feel like a burden, and your roster of acceptable foods grows shorter with every article you read and doctor’s appointment you have.
Today, we’re going to look into a specific diet designed for those with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
FODMAP stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, and Polyols.
People with touchy bowels, leaky gut, or diagnosed IBS should be avoiding foods that fall within those parameters — why?