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Food That is Good for Skin

Eczema. Dermatitis. Psoriasis. Wounds. These are just a few examples of skin conditions that need nutrition in order to heal. Spoiler...

What Does Intermittent Fasting Do

There are so many different diets out there that claim to help with weight loss and disease prevention: low-fat, low-carb, ketogenic,...

Is Leaky Gut a Real Thing?

Harvard Health calls it a “medical mystery” and “mysterious ailment.” It’s been linked to everything from gut troubles, autoimmune...

Understanding the Gut-Brain Connection

The gut and brain are interconnected more than we previously thought—new research is proving it. These discoveries have huge potential to...

How to Avoid 5 Key Nutrient Deficiencies

Did you know that 31 percent of people in the United States are at risk for a deficiency in at least one vitamin or mineral essential for...

A Functional Approach to Autism

The CDC estimated that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Key diagnostic criteria for ASD include...

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