Green Wisdom Health Podcast
Many people wait until they develop a serious health condition to start taking better care of themselves, but prevention is often better and easier than treating a condition that has already developed. Eating a varied diet, avoiding gluten, dairy,
Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, or SIBO, is a relatively common condition, and is believed by many experts to be one of the most common causes of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It has also been shown to contribute to weight gain.
Gluten sensitivities are becoming more common, but most people don't know if they have a sensitivity. Continuing to eat foods you are sensitive to can lead to a wide variety of problems, and it can even contribute to some serious thyroid conditions.
Bad breath is a common issue that can have several possible causes. These can include an oral issue such as gum disease or an infected tooth, blood sugar imbalances, kidney or liver issues, and certain infections.
Arthritis and joint pain can be debilitating, and it's often difficult to find the cause. Activity level, genetics, age, and nutrition all play a role, but more research is showing a link between inflammation and arthritis.
We have discussed the importance of gut health many times and how much it affects your overall health. However, some people have cleaned up their diet and are taking probiotics, but they still struggle with gut issues.
With a new year beginning, many people make resolutions, with one of the most common ones being to lose a certain amount of weight or become more physically active. However, many people give up before January even ends,
There are several habits that many people have that can negatively affect the immune system. Your activity level, sugar and carbohydrate intake, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, how much caffeine you have each day,
As the new year begins and the holiday season comes to an end, many people abandon the focus on gratitude they had during the holidays, but being grateful is important all year, and can even potentially have some health benefits.
As chronic inflammation becomes increasingly common, anxiety and chronic diseases also become more common. Inflammation has been to shown to influence mood, weight, cognitive function, formation of certani diseases, and much more,