Digestive Health

Bloating is described as an increase in abdominal size along with abdominal pressure or feeling tight and swollen in the abdomen. Bloating is often accompanied by several other symptoms like abdominal pain, flatulence, burping, belching, or gurgles.

When alcohol is broken down in our bodies it produces a toxic compound called Acetaldehyde. When this substance builds up in our body, it leads to those unpleasant hungover symptoms. Here you have some easy tips to help your body to recover faster:

Your body is equipped with a natural detox system that helps to remove dangerous compounds and waste from your body. In this way, your skin pushes out bacteria through the sweat, your kidneys filter through of your blood and produce urine, your lungs expel carbon dioxide, your intestines extract nutrients from food to excrete waste products and...

The identification of a food allergy versus a food intolerance or a food sensitivity could be problematic and they are frequently confused. Food allergies, food intolerances, and food sensitivities can have some similarities, but there are clear differences in the origin between these conditions. Do you know what are the differences?

There are many signs your body may not be properly digesting the food you eat, including bloating, feeling full even if you haven't overeaten, gas, heartburn, and undigested foods in your stool, to name a few. Here you have some very effective recommendations to improve your digestion and overall digestive health:

Candida

11/18/2020

Candida albicans is a strain of yeast that lives in the intestinal tract. It can become problematic when it gets out of balance and overgrows. This problem can occur when your health has been weakened, typically by the use of antibiotics. Other contributing factors for candida overgrowth include excessive sugar consumption, pregnancy, use of birth...

Leaky Gut

11/18/2020

Intestine permeability or "leaky gut" occurs when the junctions in the intestinal walls that keep your gastro-intestinal lining tight become "loose", allowing food proteins, bacteria, yeast, and viruses to enter the bloodstream. Additionally, some people have blunted/atrophied villi, (the small hair-like projections that absorb nutrients) which...