Here’s a simple primer on how to buy, store, and consume probiotics.
Candida overgrowth can cause a wide range of health problems, but these troublemaking fungi respond well to natural treatments.
People spend millions of dollars on the popular fermented tea, but several recent lawsuits question whether the commercial brews are actually good for you.
Spore-forming soil-based organisms in probiotic supplements and snack foods are becoming more common, but they may not be right for everyone.
A diet high in flours made from wheat or other grains affects every system in the body. Here’s a quick guide to flour’s far-reaching effects.
Good gut health requires more than consuming enough probiotics.
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease affects up to a third of Americans, taking a toll on our collective health. Nutrition and lifestyle changes can turn it around.
Chronic constipation affects millions of Americans. Here are some tips to help.
In his new book, Genius Foods, Max Lugavere talks about which foods to embrace — and avoid — for optimal brain health.
Simplify your meals with Robyn Youkilis’s “Good Gut Rule of Five.”
This recipe, from Robyn Youkilis’s new book, is a gut-friendly way to start your day.
Nutrition protocols that remove common irritants give the gut lining a chance to heal. Here’s how an elimination diet and a low-FODMAP diet are used to treat IBS.
Find relief with simple lifestyle strategies.
Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is common in those with IBS. Here’s what it is and how to treat it.
Susan Blum, MD, MPH, author of a new book on arthritis, outlines a three-step guide to treat joint pain.
Irritable bowel syndrome affects millions of people, but an integrative approach may provide relief.
Here are nine ways to use nutrition to help children with ADHD and ADD.
Most of us would rather not talk about poop, but it turns out that what exits your body is just as important as what goes in.
A new study finds that feeding newborns beneficial bacteria reduces their risk of death from a common infection.
The microbiome isn’t just located in the gut — our bodies actually host dozens of microbial communities.
Thinking about taking antibiotics? Here are 6 tips to consider.