• How to Break a Bad Habit

    How to Break a Bad Habit

    While most people have at least one habit they’d like to break, some are more detrimental than others. While biting your nails or regularly pressing snooze might be bothersome, a habit like smoking or eating junk food can shorten your lifespan. It can be challenging to eliminate a habit, but it’s absolutely possible, and often necessary in order to improve your health. Here are...
  • 5 Signs That Your Gut Might Be Unbalanced

    5 Signs That Your Gut Might Be Unbalanced

    From high stress to poor eating habits, there are many things that can negatively impact your gut health. This is important to pay attention to, because when your gut is out of balance, it can affect your overall well being and potentially lead to serious health issues. If you’re noticing any of the following symptoms, it could be a sign that your microbiome needs...
  • 5 Gut-Friendly BBQ Recipes for Summer

    5 Gut-Friendly BBQ Recipes for Summer

    As we step into the full swing of summer, you may find yourself enjoying the sunshine with family and friends around the grill! De-stressing with loved ones, getting your vitamin D, time in nature ... all great things for your microbiome health. But one thing that’s not very gut-friendly? The typical American cookout menu. It’s usually packed with inflammatory foods like sugar and processed...
  • 6 Ways to Stay Healthy This Summer

    6 Ways to Stay Healthy This Summer

    As Memorial Day approaches here in the U.S., we’re getting ready to welcome the unofficial start of summer! And while the world is starting to re-open again and resemble some sense of “normal” depending on where you’re located, keeping your immune system strong continues to be important. Summer also tends to be a season of parties and celebrations, where you may be eating and...
  • 5 Ways to Support Your Heart Health

    5 Ways to Support Your Heart Health

    If improving cardiovascular health is a goal for you, it’s important to keep your gut healthy and balanced! When your gut lining is compromised, metabolites can enter the body and cause inflammation, which directly affects your heart.  While genetics can play a role in your heart health and it’s useful to know your family history if you have a potential risk for any issues,...
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