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One in four Americans say they are following a gluten free diet. While 1% of Americans have full blown Celiac’s disease and can’t eat gluten, others say that eliminating gluten from their diet means a healthier mind and body, with less bloating, gas, and depression. But there might be a downside if you’re subbing a […]

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If you’re going to make a dietary change, beware this one big, common pitfall. It doesn’t matter if the change is because you want to cut calories, need to cut a food intolerance or allergy, or are making other changes for your health. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction, and cutting one “bad” […]

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Childhood obesity is a leading concern, which has lead to research that can help everyone. Many studies have found correlations between two scenarios where kids miss out on having a healthy probiotic colony, then gain weight. The first is (usually) out of parents control (but might be tempered by introducing probiotics early and often in […]

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…Reveals you can go back to your regularly scheduled sandwich, now. The researcher who performed one of the original tests on eating gluten (saying it’s bad for many people) followed it up with a longer, more rigorous test on the effects of eating gluten, and found that (unless you have Celiac Disease, you should be […]

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If you haven’t had someone recommend their diet to you, you probably haven’t left the house in the last year. Paleo, gluten free, sugar free, fasting… there are a ton of theories about what’s optimal (for your health for your weight, etc.). But how do you navigate? Food is important, and a diet change is […]

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