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How Oral Health Affects Gut Health

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Your oral health could be the missing piece to improving your gut health. Keep reading to learn why your oral health is so important. Oral health is so much more than brushing and flossing twice a day. Your mouth, much like your gut, is home to a host of beneficial bacteria that work to keep it healthy and balanced. And...
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Is Your Period Causing Digestive Issues? Here’s Why.

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Did you know that hormonal changes during your menstrual cycle can cause digestive issues, especially around your period or even when you ovulate? Before menopause, women’s hormones are in a constant state of fluctuation. This is a very necessary process in order to prepare our bodies to potentially carry a child every month. But these hormonal fluctuations can also bring...
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Why (and How) To Eat More Seafood

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Do you know the many benefits of including seafood in your diet? Keep reading to learn more! When we think of superfoods our minds tend to go towards things like kale, microgreens, green tea, eggs, and yes, even liver. But seafood is an exceptionally nutrient-dense food that also happens to be a great source of protein. And it certainly deserves...
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Is Gut Inflammation Causing Your Symptoms?

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Keep reading to learn all about the causes of gut inflammation, common symptoms, and tips for reducing that inflammation and feeling your best. Inflammation isn’t always a bad thing. Some inflammation is healthy and is a necessary part of life. But when inflammation becomes chronic – especially in the gut – it can become harmful. Learning ways to reduce chronic...
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Intermittent Fasting: Is It Right For You?

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Is intermittent fasting right for you? Read on to find out! If you pay attention to what’s trending in the diet and nutrition world, you’ve likely been hearing some buzz about intermittent fasting. It’s a popular “new” method of eating that’s touted to stimulate fat loss, improve cognitive function, extend lifespan, and more. Most health blogs make it sounds like...
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Should You Take a Food Sensitivity Test?

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Food sensitivity testing is promoted as a tool that can help you determine what foods your body is reacting negatively to. These companies claim that you can then just remove those foods from your diet and start feeling better. Simple as that. But is that really how it works? Should you take a food sensitivity test? And are the results...
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Are You Eating Too Many Vegetables?

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You’ve probably heard that eating more vegetables is always better. And it’s true; vegetables are some of the most nutrient dense foods you could eat. We all know edible plants should be a staple in nearly any health-promoting diet (except “carnivore” diets, but I digress.) But did you know that eating too many vegetables could actually be at the root...
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4 Causes of Adult Acne (Plus My Favorite Products for Clear Skin)

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Having acne as an adult can be a real bummer. And while you’re a beautiful human with or without acne, I empathize with the struggle that comes from having frustrating skin issues. Luckily, there are a few root causes to this stubborn adult acne that can be addressed with lifestyle and diet changes. And some great products that can help...
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A Starter Guide to the Ketogenic Diet

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If you know me, you might think it’s odd that I’m posting a blog all about the ketogenic diet. It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of a macro-balanced, higher-carb approach when it comes to properly fueling your body. Especially for premenopausal women, and women who train with any level of intensity. But, there’s no denying the fact that...
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Is Glyphosate Behind Your Gut Symptoms?

What’s the deal with glyphosate? Does it really affect our gut health as much as everyone’s making it seem, or is it truly a harmless weed killer? You may have heard of glyphosate, also known as Roundup, in the news recently. Recent claims of high levels found in foods ranging from kids cereals to ice cream have put the spotlight...
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