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It’s one of those things that seems obvious, but a study to back up the claim helps. Stress, according to a new study, changes how the gut works. You want your gut to be semi-permeable, but stress changes things so there’s more leakage of nutrients, more pathogens getting through, an increase in inflammation, and more […]

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As spring starts to bring up flowers and cool temperatures and a warm sun create lovely days, symptoms of Seasonal Depression start to lift. More sun means more Vitamin D, and in addition to the brighter mood, that’s enough for most people. (And if you’re stuck in the cycle of yearly depression, now’s a good […]

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You might be familiar with the waist-ratio identifier for heart disease, where risk for heart disease is associated with a wider stomach. There’s another visual clue you can add to it: having more gray hair. For men, the whiter their hair, the increased risk of having lots of plaque built up, regardless of age and […]

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Spring is in the air, so here comes spring fashions. Instead of making your skin glow with UV damage, make it firm, glowing, and clear by supporting its good health. A healthy diet, lots of water, and plenty of beauty rest is a good start. But with day to day stress, pollution, aging, and more, […]

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You may have already read about a research article or two that ties the good bacteria that live in our gut to many other health factors, from heart health, to weight, to mood. Here’s another feather in the cap: if you support your gut with prebiotics (especially through events known to diminish gut health, like […]

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