In recent years a good deal of research has focused on the association between the diversity of our gut bacteria (or microbiome) and overall health.
But could having a healthy gut microbiome profile influence how we respond to infection with COVID-19?
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Scientists are now finding that a simple dietary change such as increasing soluble fiber intake may improve both constipation & irritability in children with ASD.
Changing your diet to reduce symptoms & to optimize your GI health is an essential part of mitigating Crohns symptoms.
You are what you eat, but more importantly, your digestion reflects what you eat.
Some people with IBD know which foods can make them feel worse. If you feel a flare coming on, you may be able to prevent it from getting worse by avoiding problem foods.
Learn what foods may help in reducing ulcerative colitis symptoms like inflammation.
There are no vitamins or supplements known to help prevent coronavirus, including covid-19, but, certain nutrients are known to be particularly helpful to boost your immunity.
Leaky gut syndrome, or as it’s more formally known, “increased intestinal permeability,” occurs when the intestinal lining of your gut becomes too porous, allowing toxins to pass through and leak into your bloodstream.
If you are like most people, you hate getting sick. You may already know that things like stress and failing to wash your hands can compromise your immunity, but here are a few things that you probably didn’t know that might effect how your body combats illness.