What is microbiome health? Your gut microbiome is composed of trillions of microbes that can be helpful, harmful, or neutral. Pathogenic, or disease-promoting, microbes can contribute to conditions like depression, IBS, IBD, leaky gut, and chronic fatigue. Symbiotic microbes can benefit you in a multitude of ways, including boosting your immune system and improving your digestive health. Diversifying and balancing the bacteria in your gut with a tailored probiotic is a key way to take action in promoting good microbiome health.
There is so much to learn about how your gut bacteria interacts with your body, including your brain, and how supplementing with precision probiotics can improve your health and wellness. Get started with one of our blog posts below.
Keeping a healthy microbiome can seem like a daunting task. We’re only starting to learn what a healthy microbiome looks like, what it can do for different aspects of your health and what happens when that balance is compromised.
Cultures across the globe have been fermenting foods for centuries. Dutch sailors relied on the preserved nutrients in sauerkraut to combat scurvy. And let’s not forget the colorful and illustrious history of wine…. And yet this ancient tradition has become something of a health food trend.
Intermittent fasting has roots that are much more ancient, going back centuries in Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine, and even in the Muslim religion during the month of Ramadan. Despite its long history, the key to understanding what makes IF so effective is something that no ancient health expert has done in the past: look at the effects of fasting on the human gut at a micro level.
Athletes are hard on their bodies. From oxidative stress to muscle damage to increased nutritional requirements, the hard work they put into their sport means that they need to feed their microbiome more consciously than most. And if done right, the benefits from beneficial bacteria can help with muscle recovery and delayed onset muscle soreness more than ibuprofen!
“Eat your veggies!” It’s a ubiquitous saying that is used to tease children and adults alike, but its warning is not idle. A survey done on 2,000 Americans showed that a whopping one out of four adult Americans has never eaten a vegetable in their lives.
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