How Poor Gut Health Can Keep You from Losing Weight
Obesity is a major concern in the United States. According to the CDC, between 2015 and 2016 nearly 40 percent of the United States population was obese. There are many factors involved in the greater prevalence of obesity. Of these factors, the gut is of specific importance. The gut is a central system in the….Read More
The Best Vitamins and Supplements for ADD/ADHD
The medical community is constantly moving forward in an effort to provide more effective treatment for recognized conditions. Sadly, even with the progress that has been made, ADD/ADHD medications frequently do not provide complete resolution of the condition or its symptoms without some sort of drawback. For this reason, many have turned to supplementation with….Read More
Is Gut Dysfunction Causing Your ADD/ADHD?
The gut is an essential component of health with its influence being seen through the entire body. Specifically, poor gut function and gastrointestinal dysfunction can lead to disruption of neurological function that may result in the development or worsening of ADD/ADHD symptoms. Fortunately, there are ways to support and restore gut health, which may lead….Read More
Are Heavy Metals the Source of Your ADD/ADHD Symptoms?
Exposure to heavy metals and other toxins has become unavoidable. This is a concern as regular exposure to these harmful substances can trigger multiple forms of dysfunction. Perhaps the most notable impact of heavy metals and environmental toxins is on the brain and nervous system. There are multiple neurological conditions including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s that….Read More
Is Your Gut The Cause of Your Insomnia?
Getting good quality sleep is one of the most important components of health. Unfortunately, a large percentage of people in the United States have difficulty getting a good night’s rest on a regular basis. It’s estimated that between 50 to 70 million Americans are affected by sleep disorders such as insomnia that can negatively affect….Read More