Tag: gut health

Probiotcs and the Immune System

Our gut is home to so many bacteria that we can easily say that the human body contains more bacteria than actual human cells. Our gut flora helps us by metabolizing food, absorbing nutrients, fighting viruses and pathogens, and managing inflammation. Read More

Step up your smoothie game

It is preferable to chew your meals in order to digest them properly, as long as you keep your smoothies nutritionally balanced, there is no problem with replacing a meal with them from time to time, as a breakfast, or quick on the go snack. Read More

Sour Fermented Foods

During fermentation, the carbohydrates in food are broken down into acids by bacteria, which results in their sour taste and also easier digestibility. Read More

Gelatin and Collagen

Adding a tablespoon of either gelatin or collagen is the easiest thing you can do to support your gut healing and connective tissues. Read More

FODMAPs Diet for Better Gut Health

FODMAPs are different types of carbohydrates found in fruits, vegetables, grains, and dairy and what makes them special is the fact that they are fermentable. Read More

Chia Seeds – Worth The Hype?

Chia seeds are very versatile in cooking, especially because they are neutral in flavor so they will not affect the taste at all. Read More

Seasonal allergies

When your immune system mistakenly identifies a harmless substance as a threat, it fires up an allergic response. It can be pollen, it can be a dust particle, it can be an animal hair – your immune system attacks it and as a result there is an inflammatory response.ne Read More