Taking a probiotic supplement certainly is convenient for both practitioner and patient; and yes, we use probiotic supplements very regularly in our therapeutic plans for patients. But cultured foods also have their own compelling advantages. Don’t forget about these long-used superfoods!
The newsletters I am most likely to open and read (ie actually click on to access the full text) are those from science sites that feature new research.
When trying to stay in nutritional ketosis, some days can be harder than others when trying to get enough fats in your diet. Dairy is a quick and easy way to get it done, but not always what’s best for overall gut health.
When it comes to versatility and the power of its health benefits, black cumin seed (nigella sativa) may stand alone above all other oils.
The humble okra is an ancient vegetable thought to originate from Africa and Asia and brought to the United States on ships during the 18th century. It is also a powerfully-nutritious food. Okra is full of soluble, mucilaginous fiber which is very healing to the digestive tract, helps to regulate bowel transit time, and…
Kudzu root starch is beneficial and healing to the small intestines and is an alternative thickener to corn starch. Tart cherries are a natural source of melatonin.
Here is a fantastic recipe for a healthy keto dessert. It is a healthy version of mint chocolate chip ice cream and taste’s amazing! The macro/micro nutrients are in my recipe section of chronometer.
This dairy-free and paleo spinach artichoke dip is creamy, flavorful, easy-to-make and sure to be a crowd favorite.
These Matcha Coconut Gummies are the jade-colored jigglers you need in your life thanks to Nom Nom Paleo.
Golden Turmeric Milk or Haldi Doodh is a powerful Ayurvedic Indian drink with medicinal properties. It’s a great immunity booster when suffering from cold, cough, sore throat, headaches, joint aches etc.