Candida albicans is a yeast (type of fungus) that likes to mostly hang out in the digestive tract accompanied by trillions of other microbes. It can also be found in the skin, mouth, throat, and vagina. In small amounts, this fungus is part of a healthygut microbiome and can live in the body without causing any problems. However, some factors, such as the use of antibiotics, can disrupt the microbiome's balance. When this happens C. Albicans is known to run rampage and proliferate unchecked bringing forward a list of unwanted symptoms.
Life is bustling, and for many of us, a moment of respite seems like an impossible luxury. Demanding jobs, family responsibilities, and an ever-growing to-do list can make stress an unwelcome but all too familiar companion. While we can't eliminate stress entirely, we can learn to manage it better. In this article, we'll explore one-minute stress relief tactics that fit seamlessly into your busy life, empowering you to take care of your well-being, one minute at a time.
The gallbladder is a truly remarkable organ, often overlooked in the same way as the appendix. After all, you technically can live without either of them, but would you want to? Gallbladder health is important to a healthy digestive system; without it, food can become much harder to digest. Here we will talk about the importance of the gallbladder, its functions, complications, and how you can keep it healthy with lifestyle habits and gallbladder supplements.
In a world buzzing with diet trends, the plant-based movement seems to be stealing the spotlight. But, there are many misconceptions and snap judgments about what it means to be plant-based. If you’re afraid of being brainwashed into some “hippy dippy” thinking or believe you’ll never get to eat your favorite foods again, sit tight. We’re here to present the facts about going plant-based and debunk some common myths about this lifestyle.
Have you ever heard of the “silent killer”? No, we’re not talking about a thriller movie or a fictional character. We’re here to shed some light on high blood pressure, also known as “hypertension”, one of the key risk factors for heart disease. Approximately 1 in 3 Americans have high blood pressure, often without realizing it, significantly increasing their risk of developing cardiovascular problems.
In the world of nutrition and wellness, there's a vibrant, green superstar on the rise: chlorophyll. You may remember it from your grade school biology lessons as the pigment that gives plants their lush color, but did you know that chlorophyll also offers a range of health benefits for humans? Let’s return to the classroom and review the basics of chlorophyll, its sources, and its potential contributions to your well-being.