The Gut Brain Health FAQ Guide – Answers to the Most asked Questions About Gut Health & The Mind!

The Gut Brain Health FAQ Guide – Answers to the Most asked Questions About Gut Health & The Mind!

The Gut-Brain Health FAQ Guide The human gut is a fascinating place. It’s home to more than 10,000+ different species of bacteria, which means you have a lot of other microscopic creatures living there. Lately, there have been a lot of questions about how our gut health affects our brain, mental health, mood, and more….

What Is The Link Between Anxiety And Gut Health?
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What Is The Link Between Anxiety And Gut Health?

Nowadays many people exposed to constant or high stress develop and live with anxiety. Without a doubt, it’s a challenge to maintain our emotional and mental equilibrium in today’s stress-filled culture.  Questioning the relationship of how different parts of our bodies respond after a stress response is sensible. Our human bodies really do know how…

Dementia: Anti-inflammatory Diets May Lower Risk
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Dementia: Anti-inflammatory Diets May Lower Risk

According to the United Nations (UN), the global population of those aged 60 and up will increase from 962 million in 2017 to 2.1 billion by 2050, and it is predicted that dementia rates will rise in tandem with the aging population.  Dementia is a chronic disease that affects a large and growing number of…

Why IBS Diets Do Not Work For Everyone
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Why IBS Diets Do Not Work For Everyone

There’s no denying it – relationships with food can be complicated. By reflecting on your current relationship with food, you can identify factors affecting your health and improve the role that diet plays in your life. This is especially important if you feel like something is not right with your digestive system.  Gastrointestinal disorders can…

Vitamin D and Gut Microbiome: What to Know?

Vitamin D and Gut Microbiome: What to Know?

Vitamin D and Gut Microbiome Several studies have suggested that a person’s vitamin D levels significantly impact overall, long-term health. A study from the University of California San Diego explored the connection between the human gut microbiome and a person’s levels of active vitamin D. The research team learned that there is an essential link…

Wisdom And Loneliness Could Be Caused By The Microbiome

Wisdom And Loneliness Could Be Caused By The Microbiome

Did you know that intestinal function has a role in the brain? A complex network known as the gut-brain axis ties intestinal function to your brain’s emotional and cognitive centers. According to science it also appears that wisdom and loneliness could be caused by the microbiome in our gut. Here’s why.  Loneliness And Microbiome Your…

A Changing Gut Microbiome May Predict How Well You Age

A Changing Gut Microbiome May Predict How Well You Age

A study published in Nature Metabolism has now tied changing gut microbiome to healthier aging. The “microbiome” is known as the bacteria living in the gut, and it plays a key role in many healthy bodily functions. (1) Human Gut Microbiome And Aging Study According to the research, as we age, the composition of our…

Could the Location of Your Food Be Harming Your Gut Health?

Could the Location of Your Food Be Harming Your Gut Health?

When most people think of bacteria, they think of harmful diseases. But some bacteria are actually vital to our health. We live with trillions of bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms in our gut, which we call our microbiome. Without these microorganisms, our health would be unbalanced. They help digest food, support immune functions, and even…

The Role Of Probiotics In Gut Health For Babies And Children

The Role Of Probiotics In Gut Health For Babies And Children

Healthcare professionals are recognizing the important tie between probiotics and gut health. In fact, research regarding probiotics for newborns and children is proving to be quite intriguing. A perfect example is Edward-Elmhurst Health where hospital-specific products are used for some high-risk infants in Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU). However, even over-the-counter probiotics offer benefits in…