Why Psyllium Husk is a Powerful Weight Loss Helper

Psyllium offers a multitude of serious health benefits for a healthy digestive system. Pronounced “sili-em,” this fiber is derived from the husks of a plant seed known as Plantago ovata. After the seeds are removed from the shell, the psyllium husk is then milled to create a powder. Commonly used as a dietary supplement, psyllium husk powder is an effective and convenient way to increase your daily intake of this essential nutrient.

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Breakfast Myth Exposed (new study says it’s bad for you!)

Here’s something shocking:

Each and every morning, you may be doing something dangerous for your health, without even realizing it.

It’s something you were likely told is good for you…

But may actually be making you heavier than you should be… sapping your energy… and even making you feel depressed.

I’m talking about the “breakfast myth.”

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7 Amazing Probiotic Foods to Add to Your Diet

The bacteria found in your gut have a major impact on your digestive functioning and much more. They not only help bolster the immune system, they even have an effect on your behavior and other aspects of your overall health.1 In order to help make sure you have plenty of beneficial bacteria in your system, you need to eat as healthy as possible.

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How Stress is Destroying Your Microbiome (+ 3 stress-busting tips)

Microbiome … it sounds like something out of a science fiction novel, but it is very real and very important to your overall health. Scientists have developed this term to describe the vast ecosystem of living microbacteria in your gastrointestinal (GI) system, which includes an estimated 100 trillion living symbiotic microbial cells. Continue reading “How Stress is Destroying Your Microbiome (+ 3 stress-busting tips)”

What is the Metabolome? (And Why It’s Essential to Health)

Every living thing depends on metabolism, a biochemical process that, among other things, converts food to energy and helps eliminate waste. The molecules that help carry out these processes are known as metabolites. The quantity and type of metabolites in an organism are known as the metabolome, which is a relatively new term that was first coined in 1998 in a scientific paper1.

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