With it being Food Sensitivity Week, let’s talk a bit about a common dietary sensitivity that is often not well understood.
Symptoms of a food sensitivity include, but are not limited to, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, skin rashes, headaches, fatigue, runny nose, allergy-like symptoms, and joint pain.
Because cow’s milk is such a widely consumed food in today’s Western diet, it can often be difficult to determine what exactly is causing a food sensitivity symptom. Cow’s milk can be found in everything from dairy products (yogurt, cheese, milk, and cream) to baked goods, candy, coffee drinks, butter, ice cream, many protein powder supplements, and more.
April is Autism Awareness month, and while a great deal of scientific evidence in this field remains to be elucidated, an undeniable connection between gut health and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has already emerged.
Digestive Health and Autism Spectrum Disorders
We’ve probably all heard about a bazillion times to eat our greens. More green veggies, more leafy greens and add a green smoothie, too.
Have you ever wondered what particularly is so special about green plants?
Some of the main health benefits of green plants and vegetables is the pigments that give them their color.
The main pigment-producing compounds in green plants are: