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High levels of chronic stress can have negative effects on various systems in your body including your gut health. But the good news here is that there are ways that you can mitigate that response and give your body better stress support.
Here’s what you need to know about stress and your adrenal glands, the impact it can have on your gut, and what you can do to manage both your stress and gut health in a safe and healthy way.
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that the body produces when exposed to sunlight. It is responsible for regulating the absorption of calcium and phosphorus through the intestine, promoting bone health and bone formation, and also influences muscle function, immune function, cell growth, and the development of muscles.
Here are signs that would indicate your Vitamin D levels could be too low.
Being able to see is something that many of us tend to take for granted. But our eyes are just as subject to damage and disease as any other part of our bodies, especially as we age.
Luckily, healthy vision support can come from natural herbs that have been used in traditional medicinal practices for thousands of years, as well as essential nutrients that you can find in whole foods and supplements.
The humble mushroom has been used in Eastern medicine for thousands of years and is becoming more popular in the West. Years of scientific research have demonstrated their many health advantages—they are undoubtedly a superfood that can positively impact your health.
In this article, we take a deep dive into six of the healthiest and best-tasting mushrooms you should be taking right now.
The maca root has been used for thousands of years as a natural aphrodisiac and herbal medicine. Now, research today is beginning to confirm what people have known for centuries: this little root is a powerhouse when it comes to sex drive, mood, energy, and overall vitality.
Here are all of the many reasons we love the maca root, plus how to reap the maca benefits by choosing a good supplement.
If you’re a health and wellness freak (like us!), chances are you may have already heard of adaptogens. More than just a buzzword in the wellness world, adaptogens are purported to have many benefits, such as helping your body and mind adapt to life’s stressors. If you are curious about what they really are and which ones you should be taking, here we bring you the long and short of it.