Category Archives for Gut Health

Easy DIY Kombucha

Have you been wondering about those bottles in the refrigerated section of the grocery store or tasted a sample at Costco recently? Kombucha tea is a new (actually very old) health trend that is a great choice in the summer because it is flavorful, refreshing, and good for you. No need to purchase cases of […]

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5 Easy Ways to Have More Energy and Less Stress

You’ve probably heard by now that powerful hormones are released when you’re under stress. I have even heard urban legends of people doing extraordinary feats like the woman who could suddenly lift her car to save her trapped child. Superwoman strength aside, these same hormones that can help save us in an emergency, can also […]

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Should you take Vitamin D?

Due to sunscreen use and staying indoors on computers, it is estimated that 70% of people in the U.S. are deficient in Vitamin D. Vitamin D, known as the sunshine vitamin, plays a vital role throughout our body. It builds bones and muscles, helps our immune system, and the lack of it has been connected to cardiovascular […]

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Bad Bugs vs. Good Bugs

I have been having a bug problem for 30 years and it’s not in my house. It’s in my gut. I have been learning a lot about the importance of the various bacteria in and on our bodies since my two cancer diagnoses nearly three years ago. Did you know we are host to a […]

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