Have you ever had a gut feeling or butterflies in your stomach? Has hunger ever changed your mood? Our guts and brains are physically and biochemically connected in multiple ways. The state of our digestive system can alter the way our brains work and behave. This gives new meaning to the phrase, "Food for thought".
By Hannah Sentenac Why is gut health so important? And what are the best foods for gut health? Get answers so you can heal your gut, stay regular, and achieve good health. This article originally published on the Food Revolution Network. When someone suggests you should “go with your gut” — they’re more right than you
By Risë Rafferty, RDN Suffering from pain, debility, loss of quality of life, destruction and/or malfunction of bodily processes and tissue characterizes disease. Medical science has devoted itself to the study of disease and in so doing has specialized in categorizing the human body so that we can see the correct specialist for the defined
By Gabriel and Jennifer Arruda Depression is like a traveler. It often comes with baggage. It often brings other unwanted problems with it. Those who have depression often also deal with other issues such as chronic pain, chronic fatigue, digestion problems, anxiety, and brain fog. What could be causing these other issues to come along
Food choices not only impact your physical health, they affect your mental health as well. Your emotions, mental clarity and overall response to life are shaped by the food you eat.