Aggravating symptoms can appear out of nowhere, making it difficult to live your best life. It’s hard to conquer your day if you can’t trust your gut.
In this whitepaper, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Derek Timm describes the gut microflora and explains how Regular Girl’s Sunfiber consumption helps support digestive health without excess gas or bloating by feeding the friendly bacteria in your gut.
Creamy hummus is full of vitamins, minerals, and fiber, which makes it a perfect healthy snack.
Holiday parties with their tantalizing drinks and delectable snacks can wreak havoc on your gut, especially if you suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or other digestive issues. Thankfully, you don’t have to sit on the sidelines (or anywhere else) this festive season. These tips and recipes may help you stay joyful, balanced and regular this holiday season.
A parent of 8, grandfather of 15 and a pediatrician for more than 50 years, Bill Sears, M.D. knows plenty about raising healthy kids.
Stress is on the rise and mental health is on the decline worldwide. Nutritional biochemist Shawn Talbott offers tips to help you lead a lifestyle that supports a well mind and body.
We really like the approach of America’s favorite pediatrician Dr. Bill Sears, also known as Dr. Poo. He suggests taking a more natural approach before resorting to chemical laxatives.
Dietitian Melissa Jaeger showered these tasty fruits (yes, avocados are fruits) with praise when she appeared on her local NBC morning news.
If your belly feels disagreeably full, you’re more than a little bit gassy, and you can barely button your jeans, you’re probably bloated. Thankfully, there are strategies we can use to reduce the likelihood of the post-meal belly blues.
A bulging to-do list and seasonal foods may result in painful gas, bloating and bathroom visits only suitable for the Grinch. This year, be nice to your gut by following these simple steps.