Eating Well *And* Staying Well During the Hol...

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Pecan pie

Many of the cheery things we associate with this time that make us happy – delicious food, festive drinks, late nights, travel to see loved ones – can spell bad news for your gut. Not to mention, getting an upset stomach is not on anyone’s “nice” list. And when we look at the rituals this time of year, which usually include rich ingredients, big portions, alcohol, added sugar, excess fat, it’s no surprise that the most wonderful time of the year isn’t so wonderful for your stomach. Read on to see how you can have your cake, eat it too, and stay your best self this holiday season.

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How ION* Works: Dr. Cindy Fallon Digs into th...

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ION* Gut Support

Dig deep with Dr. Cindy Fallon, VP of Science & Innovation at ION* Intelligence of Nature, and get A’s to some of the most pressing Q’s on ION*, what it is, how it works, and how something as simple as “dirt water” can benefit human health in so many ways.

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The Surprising Connection Between Your Gut an...

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Breathing

Many of us know about the gut microbiome and its deep connection to overall health. But did you know your gut doesn’t actually start in your gut? It starts way earlier, in your nasal passages. That’s where your nose’s own unique microbiome lives! Continue reading to find out the surprising connection between your gut and your sinuses.

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Tips to Improve Health and Wellbeing

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When it comes to our health and wellness, we all know making changes for the better is a good idea, but we don’t always know how to begin or what to do next. (Not to mention, sometimes it seems like the experts just flat out disagree on what would help us live our best, most thriving lives anyway.) Well, if you’re ready to improve your health but aren’t sure where to start, start here.

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What is the Gut-Brain Axis and How Does It Work?

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Gut health equals brain health

Consider this: there is no shortage of idioms about gut feelings–butterflies, intuition, “trust your gut”, vibes, instinct. For an organ normally considered responsible solely for digestion, we certainly have a...

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Glyphosate in Foods: Which Are Most at Risk f...

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glyphosate

Usually, a list of “tops” features good things. Unfortunately, that’s not the case here. That’s thanks to glyphosate, the active ingredient in the world’s most popular herbicide, Roundup. It’s not...

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