You may be familiar with the health terms prebiotic and probiotic. These two are commonly spoken about when it comes to supporting the health of your gut, but what do they mean and how do you know when to use them? To help to understand their roles and ultimately help you make better decisions about your health, here are the facts.
In light of the gut health boom, there has a lot of buzz around the importance of taking probiotics with many claims surrounding how they will support your health. Some of these claims are true and some are false; but it's really hard to know which is which. To help you make more informed choices about your health and probiotic purchases, here is the truth to five of the biggest myths about probiotics. As always, here is what the science has to say.
Spring is a time when flowers are blooming, pollen is in abundance and grasses are at seed. In other words, an absolute nightmare if you experience allergies, hay fever or histamine intolerance/sensitivity. But did you know that this season of horror could be associated with the health of your gut? Yes, that's right. Your sneezing, red eyes, and runny nose could be alleviated by addressing your gut health.
A lot of you want to know if gluten is bad for you and if being gluten free is healthier. The answer to that isn't straight forward as each of have individual needs so as always, I want to provide you with what the evidence says. Knowledge is power, and with this knowledge, you can apply it to your life and see what role gluten has for you.
If you aren't familiar with Lion's Mane, it is an incredibly powerful medicinal mushroom with a history of used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It has many beneficial functions, but it's most used for it's amazing nootropic actions, meaning it may improve cognitive function, such as memory, focus creativity, or motivation.