If you experience excessive fatigue, bloating, joint pains, skin problems, and have strong cravings for sugar and carbs, chances are you have a leaky gut, especially when you suddenly become sensitive to certain foods.
What Is Leaky Gut?
Imagine your gut is a house and your gut lining acts as a “gatekeeper,” with tight junctions in place to prevent unnecessary or potentially harmful particles from entering your bloodstream. When leaky gut occurs, it’s as if t...
It is the main seasoning for Indian curries and gives foods a bright yellow or orange color. For centuries Ayurvedic medicines have used Turmeric for treating many ailments.
Why is Turmeric So Healthy?
The active ingredient, curcumin in turmeric, has many health benefits and been studied extensively. This supplement and cooking spice functions by actually entering our cells’ membranes to change its physical properties.
The use of spores as probiotics is highly important as spores are designed to survive through the gastric system and colonize well to produce the needed effects. Additionally, spores make a potent impact in the gut since the spore population in the gut is low enough that the 4 billion spores added each day through MegaSporeBiotic will make a potent impact on the sensory systems in the gastrointestinal tract to create benefici...
Licorice is a plant native to southern Europe and Asia. The root of the plant is used in food and supplement preparation. Licorice was mainly used throughout history as a candy product and flavoring in cooking. It was also used as a flavoring agent in tobacco and acts as a bronchodilator. Licorice has a lot of medicinal benefits:
Helps heal stomach mucosa.
Has been shown in studies to help heal ulcers it is a presc...