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The lectin-free diet is becoming popular for people who want to lose weight, improve their gut health and digestion. But is it worth it? Should you really be afraid of lectins? What are lectins? Lectins are a type of plant ...Read More
Turmeric is a tuberous plant (Curcuma longa) from the ginger family, and curcumin is one of the compounds found in the root of that plant. The root of the turmeric plant contains phytonutrients, many of which are in a group ...Read More
Enter any health food store and you’ll likely see a whole shelf (if not aisle) dedicated to protein supplements. Most products in this space will have the same, standard ingredients: a protein source (whey, casein, plant-based, etc.) and some form ...Read More
We carry a personal story of pain throughout our entire lives. Everyone experiences physical pain, that provides valuable feedback, to help guide our actions, determine the safety of our environment and signal us when there are issues with our health. ...Read More
Remember when your mom and grandma told you to “Eat more greens?” Well guess what, they were right! Thousands of published scientific studies from around the world have confirmed the healthy wisdom of what mom and grandma always said. And ...Read More
Fermented food is not food that has gone bad - it is food that has gone… well, improved! When a healthy food is fermented, microbes magically transform it into something even more tasty and nutritious! Read on to learn more. ...Read More
Today’s consumers are demanding products with greater nutrient levels, better taste and that fit within various lifestyles like paleo, vegan, macro etc., all while being more natural without additives or artificial flavourings. Sure, we can eat more fruits and vegetables, ...Read More
Nagging joint pain, the burn of arthritis, and even low-grade pain don’t necessarily start from where the pain is felt. Yes, that arthritic pain can develop due to mechanical reasons, like wear and tear on the joints. But new research ...Read More
How does fermentation work? Fermentation uses microbes to alter the chemistry of the food to make them less susceptible to damage. Friendly yeasts and bacteria begin the process of digesting the sugars within the foods, creating acids that prevent spoilage ...Read More
If new research has taught us anything, it’s that a healthy gut is essential for a healthy body. The gut is affected by our sleep habits, the food that we eat, our mental state (e.g. stress level), and, of course, ...Read More
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