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Eat-Your-Sea-Vegetables
By Heather Rogers
Densely nutritious and sustainably grown, seaweed is finally getting the recognition it deserves as a superfood.
Dr.-Josh-Axe
By Laura Fogelberg
The natural-medicine doctor, chiropractor, and nutritionist shares his thoughts on improving gut and overall health.
Microbiome
By Kaelyn Riley
The Obama Administration answers the call for a broader study of healthy microbial communities.
Acid Blockers and Food Allergies
By Heidi Wachter
Emerging research has linked acid blocking drugs with adult-onset food allergies.
Axe Book Review
By Kaelyn Riley
In his new book, Dr. Josh Axe suggests that learning to eat dirt — literally and metaphorically — could be the best way to repair our microbiota.
Germ Cloud
By Experience Life Staff
New research shows that your microbial cloud is as unique as a fingerprint.
Antibiotics and Children
By Heidi Wachter
Finnish study finds antibiotic use in young children may alter gut microbiome and lead to weight gain and asthma later in childhood.
What Your Body Is Trying to Tell You Female
By Anjula Razdan
How to read the telltale clues of health imbalances — and what you can do about them.
resistant-starch
By Heather Rogers
Long underappreciated, resistant starch is a friendly carb component that delivers healthy microbial balance and weight-loss support.
Miracle Cures
By Anjula Razdan
Too many chronic ailments have been pronounced “incurable.” Here’s how some forward-thinking practitioners are resolving such conditions — and transforming their patients’ lives.
illio
By Heidi Wachter
Research indicates that certain emulsifiers — used in many processed foods — promote colitis, obesity, and metabolic syndrome in mice.
A collage of weight scales
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Conventional weight-loss strategies often fail because they don’t account for a host of intersecting factors that are unique in each of us. Here are the variables that matter most — and why.
Bacteria-Growth-in-Gut
By Craig Cox
New research could help doctors diagnose some chronic diseases earlier and treat them more effectively.
Digestive Enzymes
By Sheila Mulrooney Eldred
Suffering from heartburn, reflux, and other digestion challenges? Digestive enzymes can be an important step in finding lasting relief.
Healthy-Gut 2
By David Perlmutter, MD
A neurologist explains the power of your microbiome to heal and protect your brain.
Food-Diversity
By Craig Cox
A new study suggests that increasing the variety of the foods we eat could be key to avoiding type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases.
Aging-and-Gut-Health
By Craig Cox
A new study finds that the older your gut, the more inflammation you may have.
Choslesterols-Comeback
By Craig Cox
A new study finds a greater risk of heart attacks in patients using the gastrointestinal drugs.
skin
By Kristin Ohlson
Acne, eczema, psoriasis, and other skin conditions can be red flags pointing to more serious health concerns. Here are six of the most common — and how they might be speaking for the rest of your body.
Danielle-Walker
By Heidi Wachter
Best-selling author Danielle Walker helps you serve up some favorite comfort foods — free of grains, gluten, and dairy.
Home-Protocols
By Catherine Guthrie
Strategies to repair your leaky gut at home.
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