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Should I Go On the Low FODMAP Diet?
The Low FODMAP diet is a temporary elimination diet that is useful for individuals with certain gastrointestinal issues.
Treatment for COVID Long Haulers
Post COVID Syndrome is on the rise, as are cases of COVID-19 throughout the world. A functional and integrative approach to treatment of COVID long haulers is essential to make a full recovery.
Herbed Avocado and Seed Salad
Enjoy this bright, flavorful side salad that is rich in healthy fats and phytonutrients to support cellular health.
5 Ways to Improve Your Health in 2022
We have put together five simple, specific, and attainable interventions that will have the most dramatic impact on your health in 2022. Whether you choose to implement one of these or all of these this year, we promise that these changes will have a positive impact on your health, both in terms of biochemistry and how you feel.
Top 5 Blog Posts of 2021
For our final blog post in 2021, we want to share with you the 5 top performing blog posts of the last year.
Should I Buy Organic Apples?
Conventionally grown apples are doused with diphenylamine, a toxic and carcinogenic compound. Opt for organic apples whenever possible.
Colorful Roasted Vegetables
Increase your vegetable intake (and your intake of phytonutrients) with this flavorful and aesthetically pleasing dish.
The Top 5 Foods to Avoid if You Have Anxiety
If you suffer from anxiety, avoid these foods that contribute to anxiety through a variety of different mechanisms.
What to Look for in a Probiotic Supplement
Probiotic supplements vary in the sourcing of the strains, the preparation of the strains, the strains themselves, and the amount of colony forming units contained in the supplement. Each of these factors influence the effect of the probiotic supplement in regards to its influence on gut health.
3 Tips (and Recipes) for a Healthier Thanksgiving
Avoid self-sabotage this Thanksgiving with our top 3 tips to stick with your nutrition plan.
How Does Leaky Gut Relate to Cognitive Decline?
Although the link between leaky gut and cognitive decline is still being researched, the data indicate that it is crucial for those predisposed or diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease to support the health of their gut.