You’ve probably heard of gallstones, but do you know what they are? Learn about what causes gallstones and nutrients that can help fend them off.
“You are what you eat” has become “You are what you absorb.” Digestion is important because it is the only way your body can get the nutrients it needs through the foods and nutrients you are consuming. Your digestive system has the capability to affect your body’s vitamin and mineral absorbency, hormone regulation, immune response, and so much more. Your gut serves as a communication center for the brain, ensuring optimal digestion and other important health functions. Stay up-to-date with the latest studies and research from leading sources. Topics like Probiotics, nutrient depletions, how your gut bacteria and obesity is linked, and many others are discussed here in the digestive health achieves.
You’ve probably experienced the burning sensation of acid reflux at least a few times in your life. But what causes it and what can you do to help fight it? Amanda Williams, MPH dives into the nutrient and lifestyle changes you need to take to fight it off.
Consider Bromelain, A Fruit Enzyme for Digestion and Inflammation – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 294
Bromelain is a enzyme that is extracted from the stems of pineapples and touts great digestive and anti-inflammatory benefits. Here’s what the science says behind this powerful supplement.
Clinically Studied Strains Of Bacteria to Support Overall Health – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 288
Not all probiotics are created equal! It’s important to understand the quality and purity behind your probiotic formulation. Here’s what you need to know about beneficial bacteria.
Constipation is a major problem in this country. Our diet plays a major role into this. Here’s what you need to know in order to combat this.
The Gut-Brain Axis: The Link Between Your Gut and Brain, Part 2 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 176
In Part 1, we discussed how the gut impacted your memory. Now, in Part 2, let’s discuss the link between your gut and your mood. Here’s what you need to know.