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Your brain and your digestive system are intricately linked. They interact so closely that some say they should be taken as one system. The link is the vagus nerve, a direct neuronal connection between the gut and the brain. It turns out the gut can bidirectionally communicate with the brain via the vagus nerve, known as the gut–brain axis. Not only does an individual’s microbiome affect overall health and disease, but also can impact mental health. Anger, anxiety, stress, sadness and…

Can Bacteria Talk to Your Brain? [Infographic]

Your brain and your digestive system are intricately linked. They interact so closely that some say they should be taken as one system. The link is the vagus nerve, a direct neuronal connection between the gut and the brain. It turns out the gut can bidirectionally communicate with the brain via the vagus nerve, known as the gut–brain axis. Not only does an individual’s microbiome affect overall health and disease, but also can impact mental health. Anger, anxiety, stress, sadness and…

Ever wonder why you get butterflies in your stomach when you feel nervous or stressed? More research continues to discover that the nervous system…

Why and How Your State of Mind Affects Your Gut, and Vice Versa!

Ever wonder why you get butterflies in your stomach when you feel nervous or stressed? More research continues to discover that the nervous system…

Infographic sugar

Infographic sugar 10 Reasons to Quit Sugar Infographic Diabetes, impaired learning & memory, tooth decay, asthma, heart disease, imbalanced gut flora, increased risk of cancer, higher cholesterol, faster aging

The Bacteria Living Inside You (INFOGRAPHIC)

Human Microbiome infograph - Microbes can be good! So many are essential for our body to function properly and in order to have good health. We would not exist without them.

11 Ways Probiotics Help Improve Your Health (Infographic)

Benefits of Probiotics ~ Our bodies actually contain more than 100 trillion bacteria. That’s more than 10 times the number of human cells we have in our bodies! Probiotics are “good” living bacteria that help balance out the bad guys and keep our health in tip-top shape. Keeping an approximate 80/20 balance of “good” bacteria to “bad” bacteria helps support optimal gut health, improve digestion and boost our immune system.

Human Microbiome: How It Works + a Diet for Gut Health

10 Benefits of Celery + Nutrition Facts and Recipes

While we are on the topic of healing your gut naturally, check out this infographic on how things work!

While we are on the topic of healing your gut naturally, check out this infographic on how things work!