FUEL YOUR INNER ATHLETE
Inflammation. It's a word that we all hear these days and most of us probably tend to think of inflammation that occurs in our joints and muscle tissue. There is inflammation that also occurs in other areas of our body that we may not feel as much as we do in our joints. Inflammation in the digestive tract can have far reaching consequences. Learn how it can affect your eating habits in this short article.
A nutritional therapy assessment can help you find out if you are having digestive issues and how you can learn to address them. If you are not sure, reach out to Lacey and see if it might be of help to you.
Let's face it, cooking with oils just makes food cook better and adds flavor and taste. But how do you know what it test best option to use for cooking? Read this article to learn more about the different types of options for cooking oils.
Unless you live under a rock, you have probably heard the word adaptogens thrown about. What are they and will they work for you? This is great article without being overly science-y. The ads are annoying but easy to scroll past. I have tried all of the ones covered in the article and personally love are ashwaganda and maca, but holy basil is great for evenings too.
What Are Adaptogens?
Curious about cultured foods? Find out the benefits of adding them to diet and ways that you can try making your own in this article.
Add another reason to exercise for overall health, specifically gut health. This article goes in depth into the ways exercise can improve gut health and overall health.
Are fats good or bad? Learn the difference between the types of fats and how to best eat them in this article, the difference between saturated and unsaturated fats.
Fight the burn.... in your muscles!
Try this neat trick using baking soda.
What cooking oil do you use? Here is a great podcast on cooking oils and the potential issues with the different types.
Cooking Oils, Eat Out and More
Always hot or sweating? Find out how your diet plays a role.
Excessive Sweating Is a Sign You Need More Antioxidants
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