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…

Modern Lifestyle vs. Our Gut

Modern Lifestyle vs. Our Gut

These days there is so much added sugar, refined carbohydrates and other disgusting additives used in the food we eat. The problem is that our bodies weren’t designed to handle all these preservatives and sugars, and they end up harming the good bacteria that lives in our gut to make sure we stay healthy. These…

10 Digestion Myths and Their Facts

10 Digestion Myths and Their Facts

There are many myths surrounding digestion and digestive problems, but many times the opposite of these myths are actually true. Here are some of the most common cases: Gum Takes 7 Years to Digest Although gum is not actually digested in your stomach, it does not stick to your stomach walls for 7 years, but…

How Stress Affects Your Heart and Gut Health

How Stress Affects Your Heart and Gut Health

Stress can be caused by various things like work, relationships or family situations to name but a few. The fact of the matter is that stress can have a big impact on your health, thus it should be taken into account if you want to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Stress has negative effects on us…

Killer Fungus

The killer fungus – how to have a healthy gut

If, as well as a bloated belly, you also suffer from one or more of the following – irritable bowel, thrush, recurrent urinary infections, low energy, bad skin, bad breath, fungal infections, sugar cravings, wind or PMS – your issues could all be related to an overgrowth of a yeast called candida. Candida is something…

Gut Health relates to blood sugar control

The composition of intestinal bacteria and other micro-organisms—called the gut microbiota—changes over time in unhealthy ways. Researchers previously found that the gut microbiota—containing both beneficial and harmful microbes—can affect human health in many ways and that the mix of this community of microscopic organisms differs in people with Type 2 diabetes compared with healthy individuals.…

What is IBS(Irritable bowel syndrome)

Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS affects mostly women. Causes are unknown. IBS symptoms include diarrhea, constipation, and abdominal cramps. IBS treatments include diet and lifestyle changes and medications / supplements. Overview Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a disorder of the intestines. It causes belly pain, cramping or bloating, and diarrhea or constipation. IBS is a…

What Is Your Gut Telling You?

Scientists have long studied the link between our genes and our health. Now, in a growing area of scientific research, they’re studying the link between the bacteria in our intestines and virtually every disease that ails us. Bacteria – along with viruses and fungi – are microbes, and we’re filled with them. For each one…