Foods That Lead to a Healthier Gut and Better Health

In recent years, health and nutrition experts have increasingly emphasized the link between a healthy gut and better overall health. It is no surprise that the foods people consume daily play a vital role in the digestive tract’s health. Reshaping our diets to increase fiber intake and “good bacteria” through probiotics is an effective way to improve both gut and general health. It can reduce bloating and inflammation, assist with digestion and weight loss, and lead to simply feeling better.

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Stop. Breathe. Eat.

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Reduce Food Waste in Your Home

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Foods That May Help Lower Your Blood Pressure

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Salty or Sweet

What You Crave May Tell You Something

When you are looking for a snack, what do you usually reach for? Does your food craving change if you are at the movie theater, in the middle of a tough work day, or settling into a comfortable chair or couch after a big meal?

While the scientific literature is not conclusive as to whether individual food cravings can be causally linked to nutrient insufficiencies, an individual’s relationship with food cravings clearly represents a unique biopsychosocial matrix. Like anything, it can be complicated.

“Our bodies are our gardens our will are our gardeners.”

William Shakespeare

“The lack of access to proper nutrition is not only fueling obesity, it is leading to food insecurity and hunger among our children.”

Tom Vilsack