Because the gut and mood are so closely linked, it’s important to keep your microbiome healthy. Here’s how.
Listen to your gut—literally.
You’ve tried kombucha, but have you tried kvass? This new probiotic beverage is popping up on store shelves. Find out if kvass is worth the hype.
Vitamins, supplements, herbs and other nutrition-boosting dietary additions can be great for your health. But in order to reap their benefits, it's important to take your vitamins at just the right time.
Prebiotics may improve your gut health and just may support your mental health too. Studies have found these supplements reduced anxiety in some individuals while they got to work in the microbiome.
As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on across the world, two of the most important health factors to regulate right now are your immune system and mental health. You may be surprised to find out that both your immunity and your psyche are intrinsically linked to your gut health, and gut-supportive practices can have positive effects on both these health factors.
From vitamins and minerals to fiber and probiotics: here's a guide to the most important nutrients, for your very best self
Your health isn’t dictated only by what you eat, but also by the nutrients you digest. These five supplements can help keep your gut healthy and ensure your digestion is working optimally.
Cognitive impairment, including memory loss and confusion, affects one in nine Americans aged 45 and older, and mood disorders impact more than 20% of the population. In fact, a recent study estimates that Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias will double by 2060. The good news: you can protect against cognitive decline, enhance focus and improve mood with these 5 powerful supplements.
Take our quiz to find out what your gut might be trying to tell you.
Kimberly Snyder is the founder of Solluna, a wellness brand, as well as a multi New York Times best-selling author and certified nutritionist. Snyder shares her top daily habits for keeping calm and composed, including a surprising supplement that she swears by.
We reached out to the country’s leading experts – functional medicine practitioners, an RD and a clinical nutritionist – to find out which supplements they recommend to keep your gut in top shape. Trust us, you’re going to want to add a couple of these picks to your regimen.
We reached out to dietitians, holistic nutritionists and a PhD in nutrition to find out which supplements they include in their own daily regimens for overall health – and while they come from diﬀerent walks of nutrition, you might be surprised by just how much they agree on.
Kefir, a drinkable fermented dairy product, is rich in probiotics — even more so than its better-known cousin, yogurt. Plus, its tangy, tart flavor makes it a fantastic counterpoint in recipes like this herby dressing. Shallots and chives lend flavor while acting as prebiotics, or “food” for the healthy bacteria in your gut.
Kimchi is a probiotic-packed superstar, full of good-for-your-gut bacteria. As well, the cabbage in the kimchi, the green onions, mushrooms, ginger, garlic and snow peas all promote a healthy environment in which good bacteria can flourish in the digestive tract — so it’s a win-win.
The future of sustainable farming goes way beyond organic. It's about planting to rebuild the soil itself, increasing biodiversity and getting "good bugs" back into our bellies.
Make your own fermented drinks with these recipes from the experts.
You've probably heard of probiotics, but what about prebiotics? These non-digestible foods work together with probiotics to maintain gut health and we're sharing 5 foods that will help you get a prebiotic boost.
Make your own nutrient-rich kefir at home for an immune-boosting, anytime snack.
These vitamins, probiotics and other supplements have fewer additives than any of their competitors. Find the one that's right for you, whether it be a vitamin that improves heart health, a probiotic that promotes a strong gut or a supplement that will rid your body of hidden traces of gluten.
Overwhelmed by the proliferation of news about probiotics? Here's what you need to know about them, and how you can take advantage of probiotics (and prebiotics) to improve digestion, fend off disease, and maximize nutrient absorption.