The The Center for Functional Health Blog: Gut Health

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Gut Health And Weight Loss

Gut Health And Weight Loss

Do you have trouble losing extra weight even though you're exercising regularly and eating healthy foods? Starving yourself to lose weight isn't good for your body, and a super hard-core exercise program may not be the answer, either. These are both extremes, most...

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Essential Oils And Gut Health

Essential Oils And Gut Health

We typically think of using essential oils for their marvelous fragrance, or as a spa treatment. They do these jobs wonderfully well, but plant essences have also been used as medicine for thousands of years. First, it's important to distinguish between essential oils...

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How To Create The Best Digestive Health For Your Baby

How To Create The Best Digestive Health For Your Baby

Naturally, you want to give your baby every feasible chance of the best possible life and health. Ideally, you should resolve your own health issues - including gut health - before getting pregnant. This gives your baby many advantages, some of which last a...

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One Amazing Way To Health Digestion Problems: Enzymes

One Amazing Way To Health Digestion Problems: Enzymes

Your body is designed to digest the food you eat. It creates hydrochloric acid along with various enzymes for just that purpose. So why might you consider taking them as a supplement? Well if you seem to get gas no matter you eat, you often suffer from heartburn or...

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Whole Grains: Are They Still Good For You?

Whole Grains: Are They Still Good For You?

For years, we've been taught that eating whole grain foods - from bread to pasta - builds good health. We've also learned that whole grains are a lot better than refined versions: they contain more vitamins and a lot more beneficial fiber. Many would say there is more...

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Tips For Making Kombucha Tea

Tips For Making Kombucha Tea

Kombucha tea has been around for about 2,000 years now. Chinese people refer to it as “the Immortal Health Elixir” because of the many health benefits it offers. Kombucha is made from sweetened tea...
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