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Rebecca Ingersoll Aug 19
I can't stress enough how very important it is to nurture your gut biome. More and more is being learned about this "second brain" as scientists study it.
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Visitor Guard Aug 19
21 gut friendly recipes from registered dietitians.
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Terra Health Essentials 34m
Did you know that LOW levels of stomach acid are often the underlying cause of digestive problems?😲 Add some freshly squeezed lemon juice to your water a few times a day and drink a tsp of apple cider vinegar before each meal to increase your stomach acid.
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Dr. Vincent Pedre 1h
Meet KEFIR for . 1 of many probiotic foods to eat: * Goat milk kefir is easier on the gut. * Shop your farmer's market for a homemade kefir w/ organic milk. * A yum recipe for homemade coconut water is in my book. *I share more here:
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Non-Athlete Fitness 6h
Occasional bloating, gas, and even restless sleep; these can be signals from your body that something’s not quite right in your gut. But did you know you have power to shift your digestive health, simply by changing some small daily habits?
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Everyday Health 3h
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Anne Marie Zielsdorf 21h
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drgaila 30m
: Reduce salt usage. is a common flavor enhancer, but research suggests that a high salt could contribute to a range of problems including . Don’t automatically add salt to your food–taste it first.
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American Dining Creations 2h
Add some Flax to your morning smoothie to fight inflammation and improve .
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Sarah Rose Nutrition 20h
Spending my Monday night making & creating a starter for the first time Should’ve tried this ages ago... very open to tips and advice! 😬🤷🏼‍♀️
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Exden Aug 12
Feed you gut with fibers found in grains, nuts, vegetables, fruit
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DTXNYC 1h
People who watch tv while eating tend to eat more because they fail to realize how much they are eating. Moreover, being engrossed they tend to not notice if they are full or not.
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AgingWithFreedom Aug 16
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ASPIRE 2h
Increased risk of psychiatric disorders in children w inflammatory bowel disease Children with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are at increased risk of being diagnosed with a mental health problem.
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Jana Jamail 18h
Wonder why people care about feeding their gut? Are probiotics the answer to a healthy gut? Are you what you eat?
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mel barnes Aug 18
What to eat on the last 4 days of summer fun 🤷‍♀️
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Sue Ontiveros Aug 19
Replying to @NeuroscienceNew
Science is showing us that our heart brain connection and gut brain connection are playing an extremely important role in our health. I educate people on both. Not all probiotics are created equal! One in particular is my favorite.
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RamaG Health and Wellness 5h
Do you want to lose weight in an effective manner? Maybe It's time to make healthy changes to your lifestyle and improve your Digestion Wellness.
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Kristina Campbell, microbiome science writer 23h
Replying to @bykriscampbell
So here's a pro tip on : Healthcare professionals are trained to evaluate whether something has data to support it. And they know the big picture. Seek their advice on products and services related to the microbiome / gut health.
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Therese "T" Iten Aug 19
Curious about gut health? Click for a FREE interactive brochure.
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