Irritable bowel syndrome is a painful and sometimes embarrassing condition of the gastrointestinal tract that affects roughly five million Canadians. Are you one of them?
This creamy superfood is a probiotic powerhouse! Plus, it’s so easy to make (we explain how).
A growing body of research suggests that some probiotics may help you lose weight.
Holistic nutritionist and author Joy McCarthy shares her tips for banishing uncomfortable bloating that can leave you feeling over-full and frumpy.
Indigestion guts us all from time to time, but if you’re feeling the burn frequently, acid reflux could be causing long-term damage or signalling a more serious problem. It’s time to take heartburn to heart. Our tools will help you get it under control.
This easy yoga routine created by Juliana Spicoluk of Boho Beautiful, improves digestion, circulation, and gets your body back on track again.
Fire cider – aka unicorn love potion – might not be what the doctor ordered. But this smelly, sour drink is said to have some potent health benefits.
While you might think talking about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is TMI. This star is shedding light on a common (but not talked about) health issue.
Ever wonder why you can’t get a handle on your cravings? Or maybe why the weight won’t drop? It might be the bacteria in your gut that at fault.
Aloe is a super plant with healing powers. But it’s not just a topical solution to what ails you. In fact, when eaten, it can soothe your body too.
If you think you have leaky gut then you must read this. It may help you communicate with your doctor better about what is really going on in your body.
You know you’ve wondered these questions about your bowel movements. We talked to poop doctors for the scoop.
Back to fall means back to regular routines, but for some of us, our bodies feel irregular and constipation rears its ugly head. Need a push in the right direction? Read on.
Here’s the real deal on probiotics. Find out how you can get the most out of your digestive and immune boosting supplements.
Foods high in fibre are what will make you healthy – not just in the short term but also throughout your life. Find out if you’re eating enough!
The star was spotted carrying a bottle of something that’s known to help calm tummy troubles.
Calgary nutritional consultant Tracey Reed offers her tips for strengthening your gut bacteria, developing a microbiome diet and improving your overall health in the process.
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Some probiotics are also being called psychobiotics, and they are now found to be a powerful way to improve mental health.
Why is your stomach suddenly puffy? A bloated belly is often related to diet, but sometimes more serious conditions could be a factor.