6 Main Causes of Gut Health Problems

6 Causes of Poor Gut Health

Candida, IBS, and digestion problems are just the tip of the iceberg… Gut health problems occur when unwanted bad bacteria overpower the good bacteria in the gut. The bad bacteria take over the gut by means of an overgrowth. Thus an imbalance is created between good and bad bacteria in the gut.   But what…

Why Gut Health is Crucial

Why Gut Health is Crucial

There is no health without a healthy gut. We can eat the best quality food, have low exposure to toxins, and have the most positive attitude – if our gut is not healthy, our overall health will deteriorate.   The gut performs three functions that are crucial to our health: It breaks food down into nutrients, Facilitates the…

10 Herbs and Foods to Fight Superbugs

10 Natural Flu-Fighting Remedies

Antibiotics are becoming less effective and less widely used. The main problem with antibiotics is that kill the good bacteria along with the bad bacteria in our bodies. This means that they might be effective to a certain extent, but after that, the cons outweigh the pros. This is why many people prefer to use…

4 Common Causes of Slow Digestion

4 Common Causes of Digestive Problems

The only thing worse than slow digestion is no digestion. When the digestive system isn’t working as it should, it offers up some noticeable symptoms.  These symptoms include things like belly aches, clothes feeling tighter, and a lack of bowel movement. In most cases, slow digestion blows over within a few days, but if this…

Treating Digestive Problems Naturally

4 Ways to Treat Digestive Problems Naturally

Stomach problems can be uncomfortable, not to mention embarrassing. Digestive problems like IBS, constipation, heartburn, and acid reflux all begin with what we put in our mouth. Our diet can have a massive effect on our gut health. Sometimes the right diet alone does not solve the problem. Here are a few simple natural remedies…

The Dangers of Chronic Skin Conditions

Chronic skin conditions can be very dangerous since they typically cannot be cured. They can however be managed by using medication and by making certain lifestyle changes. The two most common chronic skin conditions are Eczema and Psoriasis. They are not a whole lot of fun to live with, and they may often come along…