Could Your Symptoms Be Caused By A Leaky Gut? Now You Can Test For It.

If you suffer from digestive issues, food allergies, chronic fatigue or autoimmune illness, a leaky gut may be to blame. More and more research supports the premise that your overall health is intimately connected to the health of your digestive system. That's why it's important look to your gut whenever you are plagued with health issues, especially ones which aren't responding to conventional treatments. Think of the lining of your gut as a well-patrolled border. There's the physical barrier that is made up of tightly connected cells, much like brick and mortar, and the numerous checkpoints which are interposed throughout your intestinal tract. When your gut is healthy, only key nutrients

Delicious Thanksgiving Recipes from Heirloom Meals

There's no better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than with a treasured recipe that has been passed down from generation to generation. Carole Murko of Heirloom Meals has made it her mission to preserve and showcase the culinary heritage of generations of Americans. This weekend, Heirloom Meals Thanksgiving Special will be featured on public television's CreateTV ( at the following times: Saturday, November 19th: 9:30 am & 9:30 pm Sunday, November 20th: 3:30 pm Thanksgiving Day, November 24th: 9:30 am & 3:30 pm Here are just a few of the recipes that will be featured in her Thanksgiving Special: Cooper Boone's Thanksgiving Turkey Seasoning Ingredients: 10 slices raw bacon 1/2

Could The Way You Eat Be Adding More Stress To Your Life?

Eating on the go. Skipping a meal. We all do it from time to time. And that's ok. It's when it becomes a pattern in your life that the way you eat can affect your health just as much as what you eat. Where, When & How Are You Eating? Stress makes you vulnerable to developing eating habits that can end up being a source of additional stress for your body. Eating when you're not hungry, eating for comfort, eating in front of the tv or computer, eating while at your work desk, eating alone, eating late at night or skipping meals due to lack of time puts stress on your body's ability to stay in balance. Your body has an elaborate system for dealing with stress called the HPA axis or Hypothalamus

A Healthy Microbiome = A Healthy & Happy You

You've heard the phrase "you are what you eat", but the truth is you are what the bacteria in your gut eat. For more than a decade, scientists have been studying the role that the bacteria in your gut play with regard to your health. The results are startling. Many of the major health problems that people suffer from today are linked to an unhealthy intestinal microbiome. Gut Bacteria: Your Key to Good Health Allergies, anxiety, asthma, ADHD, autoimmune disease, depression, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and obesity are just a few of the conditions now being linked to disturbances in the balance of bacteria in your gut, also referred to as your intestinal microbiome. Since over 70% of your

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