gut health

Researchers measured biochemical, physiological, and behavioral responses to food after depriving participants of sleep. The results they found were sobering.
People spend years dieting, exercising, and doing their best to try to lose weight, but they barely see any results for their efforts.
Consuming at least three servings of low-fat dairy a day is associated with a greater risk of developing Parkinson's, according to a large study.
Researchers have found that individual reactions to bread can be determined by examining gut bacteria and for some people, white bread is better than whole wheat.
Boot camp training programs claim to help you get fit, and the fact that you push your body to its limits of endurance indicate that the boot camp training can get results. But at what cost?
Resist allowing your injury to tell you that you are not as good/aware/strong/mobile/capable as you thought you were.
Could an unhealthy lifestyle be the real cause of health problems and not red meat consumption?
Your gut is arguably one of the most important parts of your body.
Improving your quality of life doesn't happen just in the gym and the kitchen.
Don't let stomach issues slow you down on race day.
Make smart choices in a fiber-deprived world to improve your health and performance.
This carbonated drink is a delicious and healthy alternative to soda.
Emerging research on food intolerances may end the elimination diet guessing game.
Few things can turn a potentially great day into a bad one like a digestive problem. This simple sequence will get you back on track.
Right now is the time of the year when pollen count is at its highest. But is that what's actually causing your allergies?
Mood disorders such as depression and anxiety affect approximately one of every five Americans. Could the overabundance or processed foods be causing this?
You have the choice - and power - to determine how well you digest your food. It all starts with the simple act of chewing.