Resources — Gut Health

The Gut-Brain Connection: Exploring the Microbiome-Gut-Brain Axis

Posted by Traci Garcia on

The Gut-Brain Connection: Exploring the Microbiome-Gut-Brain Axis

Opportunities continue to emerge to successfully address stress and mental health in relation to gut health and to rebalance the gut microbiota for better overall health and well-being.

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How Slippery Elm Benefits Your Gut

Posted by Traci Garcia on

How Slippery Elm Benefits Your Gut
Slippery elm can be used internally and externally to help heal many conditions due to its demulcent and astringent actions. It has been shown to be effective when used topically to treat wounds and skin condition and when used internally to treat inflammation of digestive, respiratory, and urinary systems. 

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Rebalancing the Microbiome with Herbs

Posted by Matthew White on

Rebalancing the Microbiome with Herbs

Numerous studies have confirmed that aged garlic extract supports cardiovascular function. But new research demonstrates how it supports the health and balance of the gut microbiome.

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How Gut Health Affects Your Body

Posted by Susan Rubin on

How Gut Health Affects Your Body

Gut Health is something you may not consider until you have some stomach related uneasiness, yet it can really influence numerous different parts of your wellbeing. Your gut, otherwise called your gastrointestinal parcel (GI lot), is what is associated with the processing, retention, and disposal of the apparent multitude of nourishments that you eat. A solid gut will do those stomach related cycles in a manner that doesn't cause any irritation, swelling, or inconvenience. A solid gut has ordinary development of intestinal microbes. The microorganisms in your gut are additionally called your microflora or microbiome, and are a colossal aspect of...

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