We all know “stress” is bad, but how does it actually translate into poor health?
We all know INFLAMMATION is bad, but how does it translate into poor health?
Reviewing “Tryptophan Steal” which may provide a better understanding of the above:
Tracking Inflammation and thus potentially saving your Serotonin, Melatonin & Overall Health.
Posted in Health & Wellness, Stress & Sleep
Tagged 5thp, addiction, adrenalglands, alcoholism, Alzheimer's, Anxiety, autism, brainhealth, constipation, cortisol, crp, cytokines, dementia, depression, detox, excitonoxicity, fibromyalgia, guthealth, gutmotility, inflammation, insomnia, interkeukins, mci, melatonin, mentalfitness, methalhealth, neurodegeneration, OCD, pain, panicattacks, paranoid, rage, seizures, serotonin, sleep, stress, tnf, toxins, tryptophan, tryptophansteal
Posted in Health & Wellness, Nutrition
Tagged autoimmune, autoimmunedisease, bacteria, brainfog, constipation, digestion, digestivehealth, fatigue, functionalmedicine, guthealth, hashimotos, hormones, hypothyroid, intestinalpermeability, leakygut, microbiome, nutrition, probiotic, thyroid, thyroidhealth, thyroidhormone, weightloss
Probiotics get a massive amount of mention these days and for good reason. The evidence behind the microbiome and its connection and influence on the rest of the body is mounting by the day.
But rather than just follow the trends, let’s illuminate why this aspect of your body’s ecosystem is important for a plethora of reasons; ESPECIALLY when it comes to arming yourself with a balanced, appropriate immune response to whatever pathogen (virus or otherwise) you will inevitably encounter.
TYPES OF “Probiotics:”
The “Classic” (Lacto/Bifido Blend):
The Mycobiome. The Friendly Fungi & Saccharomyces Boulardii
The “Up & Comer” to complete the Comprehensive Microbiome Makeover: Soil Based
Posted in Health & Wellness, Nutrition, Supplements
Tagged bacteria, digestive health, guthealth, immune boost, immunesystem, microbiome, mycobiome, nutritional supplements, probiotics, respiratory health, s.boulardii, siga, soil based