Are You Taking In Too Many Probiotics?

By | January 18th, 2019|Articles, Featured Slider|

Probiotics are not harmless. Actually, in certain situations, they may cause a lot of damage. The term probiotics—which comes from Latin, meaning "pro life"—is somewhat misleading, because probiotics don't always

Is Your Low-Carb Diet Wreaking Havoc on Your Gut Microbiome?

By | December 10th, 2018|Articles, Featured Slider|

Low-carbohydrate diets continue to be a contentious subject, but they can be useful in certain applications. A well-designed low-carbohydrate diet can provide all the raw materials the body needs to

Fluxed Eating: An Overlooked Microbiome-Disrupting Epidemic

By | October 1st, 2018|Articles, Featured Slider|

The field of nutrition is rife with disagreements. Wherever you look, you’ll find people arguing about various diet- and health-related issues. Some debaters emphatically claim that saturated fats are harmless,

Depression: In the First or the Second Brain?

By | September 21st, 2018|Articles, Featured Slider|

Today, it is estimated that one out of every five American adults suffers a mental-health condition (43.7 million Americans—more than the combined populations of New York and Florida), and the