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5 Signs of an Unhealthy Gut

There are a myriad of signs that your gut is unhealthy. Here are a few of the most common and recognizable symptoms:

The Benefits of Probiotics

The benefits of probiotics are vast. They help improve your gut health, they can be used in the treatment or prevention of allergies and ulcers and they also play a role in the production of specific vitamins like Vitamin K2. Probiotics can even be used to treat irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). But what exactly are probiotics, and what do they really do for you

How Does the Gut Affect the Brain?

The brain and spine constitute the central nervous system (CNS) and are the body’s control center for nearly all daily tasks. However, as scientists study the relationship between the gut and the brain, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the CNS is not the only controlling factor in digestion and emotions.

What You Drink Impacts Your Gut Health

Anyone who drinks coffee on a semi-regular basis is likely to be subject to a barrage of well-meaning warnings centered around the adverse effects of coffee. It may cause dependency, stain your teeth, heighten anxiety, etc. Here’s one not often mentioned: coffee impacts gut health

Foods to Improve Gut Health

It is vital to keep your gut healthy. Your gut is an integral part of your digestion because it releases vitamins, and the good bacteria produced in your gut prevents harmful bacteria from forming in your body. In fact, your gut contains about 70% of your immune system. Since the foods you eat have a massive impact on the bacteria produced in your gut, you must eat foods that create the good bacteria necessary for digestion.

Why Diets Don’t Work for Everyone

One study found that 95% of people who lose weight on diets gain the weight back within one to five years when they return to their everyday lifestyles. So, what makes diets so ineffective?

Engineering Medicine: Building Solutions with Dr. Derek Sakata, MD

If you have the rare privilege of mastering two disciplines, you are in a unique position to use one field to benefit the other. With a capable, creative team, Dr. Derek J. Sakata, M.D., made use of his dual knowledge bases to develop medical devices that improve patient care.

How Mindfulness Helps with Addiction

While mindfulness may sound like a vague concept to some, the science is clear that mindfulness can be a crucial tool to successfully battling addiction.

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3 Foods That Fight Memory Loss

The passing of time starts to take its toll on our whole bodies, including the brain. Keeping our minds as healthy as possible is crucial towards fighting diseases associated with old age. So why not do it while savoring healthy and delicious meals?

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3 Foods That Fight Memory Loss

The passing of time starts to take its toll on our whole bodies, including the brain. Keeping our minds as healthy as possible is crucial towards fighting diseases associated with old age. So why not do it while savoring healthy and delicious meals?

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3 Foods That Fight Memory Loss

The passing of time starts to take its toll on our whole bodies, including the brain. Keeping our minds as healthy as possible is crucial towards fighting diseases associated with old age. So why not do it while savoring healthy and delicious meals?

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3 Foods That Fight Memory Loss

The passing of time starts to take its toll on our whole bodies, including the brain. Keeping our minds as healthy as possible is crucial towards fighting diseases associated with old age. So why not do it while savoring healthy and delicious meals?

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The Telehealth Medical Cart That is Revitalizing the Dental Industry

Dental care includes regular visits to the dentist. However, this is a challenge for many people. The COVID-19 pandemic makes matters worse, not just for the patients, though. Even the dental industry struggles as well. The good...

A Green Mediterranean Diet May Positively Impact Your Health and the Planet

What exactly is a green Mediterranean diet? Essentially, it is a more plant-based version of the traditional Mediterranean diet, which has been shown to protect against heart disease, cancer and other chronic diseases. The green version of this diet includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans and nuts.

Is There Such a Thing As Having Too Much Sex?

Romantic life is a healthy, fun and intimate part of any relationship and one of the best possible boosts to your emotional, mental and physical health. But is it possible to have too much sex? This is an important question that deserves to be addressed in terms of physical health, emotional maturity and mental wellbeing. So, what does the research say when it comes to having ‘too much sex?

Genetics and Your Health

Have you ever thought about your predisposition to certain diseases based on your family’s medical history? Some people may think that your chances of getting diseases or conditions are entirely up to lifestyle and fate. However, a significant portion of a person’s predisposition to certain medical conditions and diseases comes from genetics.

Sound/Music Therapy

Sound therapy can reduce anxiety, improve sleep quality and manage pain when used to its full potential. As a result, hospitals and other healthcare settings are increasing their use of sound therapy to support patients during their recovery. There are many different types of sound therapy, each with its unique benefits.

Is Mental Healthcare Less Accessible to Marginalized Communities?

Mental health is increasingly becoming a fundamental element of healthcare for all. But accessibility is a challenge the healthcare community is struggling to resolve. While some groups can take advantage of mental healthcare, marginalized communities have less access to it, thus worsening outcomes for those who have mental illnesses. Due to a lack of accessibility, Hispanic or Black Americans who live in historically marginalized communities cannot treat their mental illnesses as other Americans.

Long-Term Effects of Tanning Beds

Sometimes, achieving that most wanted look requires a visit to the tanning salon. And although the majority of people know the dangers of tanning, either indoors or outdoors, they still keep doing it. Therefore, people need to inform themselves and understand the dangers and long-term effects of tanning in tanning beds.

The Benefits of Ice Baths

Ice baths, also known as cold-water immersion, have become quite popular among athletes and fitness enthusiasts. You may have watched videos of athletes submerging into massive tubs or barrels filled to the brim with ice-cold water. It may seem odd or even unbearable for you, but ice baths bring many health benefits, especially after intense workouts, and they’re not just for professional athletes!

How Can Life Experiences Shape Food Preferences?

Many factors influence our tastes and preferences. Culture, religion, what we were taught when we were younger and even the country where you live can impact your food preferences.

The Imperative of Giving Back: An Interview with Dr. Emily Letran

Fast forward to the present day, the young girl, now a grown woman, has a successful career as a dentist, businesswoman, motivational speaker, private coach, marketing strategist, published author and humanitarian.
This is the story of Dr. Emily Letran, DDS.

You Are What You Eat: Is This Accurate?

You’ve likely heard the saying, you are what you eat. But is this scientifically sound or just an urban myth? The answer may both be surprising and more complicated than one would think. While what you eat doesn’t necessarily make you what you are, what you eat dramatically affects your physical and mental health, even at a cellular level.

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