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digestive health

Before you swear off processed and red meat altogether, remember to be skeptical and use common sense.
Digestive health has more of a bearing on our performance than it would first appear, so make sure yours is at its best.
It is often our self-worth that we use to judge information and make choices. This has an impact on our health, relationships, and finances.
Gut health is the foundation for so many other bodily functions. Here are 9 articles to help you restore your gut flora and prevent digestive disturbances that interfere with training and life.
Barbell Shred - Build Lean Muscle. Get Strong. Shred Body Fat.
Alright, so you know why you need good bacteria in your guts, and maybe you've determined your guts need some help - now what? Here are the Four Rs of getting your guts back in working order.
Last week I talked about gut bacteria and obesity. Today we’re looking at some methods used to assess the balance of bacteria in the gut.
Do you or your clients seem to gain weight no matter how little you eat? It could be your guts. The bacteria in our bodies are affected by the foods we eat, sometimes with disastrous results.
You've heard gluten is bad, but do you know what it is exactly and why it's bad? Do you know why you shouldn't eat it, even if it doesn't feel different when you don't eat it? Read on for the answers.
Our bathroom talk continues this week with a look at loose stools, what causes them and how to make them more of a solid part of your life.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week - doctors who CrossFit, the RKC evolution, overhead squats, and more!
Everybody poops. It’s true. I poop. Hopefully, you poop. But sometimes the act goes smoother than others. Here are some tips on how to get things moving again.