In most cases, eating healthy is better than supplements, especially for those with digestive problems such as constipation, irregular bowel movements, food revulsions/feeding disorders, and absorption problems including malabsorption in which the intestines are less able to absorb nutrients.
One of the most common traps people fall into is thinking that all healthy snacks are good for them. This isn't always the case. Just because a snack is labeled as "healthy" doesn't mean it's actually good for you. In fact, many "healthy" snacks are anything but!
They say you are what you eat, but you are also what youdon'teat! If you're looking to improve your overall health, mindful eating is a great way to start eating healthier and can be a healthy lifestyle option for people of all ages. It can help you become more aware of your eating habits so you make better food choices, like IQed Smart Nutrition..
This holiday season it may be wise to find simple ways to increase fiber in your diet (like adding IQed) while still enjoying all the festive holiday foods and treats! New research published in the journal Microbiome found a low fiber diet impairs cognition,
Experts including chemists won't make their own at home and explain why. The World Health Organization and the CDC say washing your hands with soap and water is best.
Recently spread of the coronavirus has caused a shortage of hand sanitizers on the shelves in any store you go into from your local supermarket, to any of the big box stores, drug stores, to the mall. If you try to buy hand sanitizer online you'll face either "out of stock" or you'll see the price greatly inflated
"Some of the worst offenders in the Clean Label Project’s tests were organic, plant-based protein powders. More than 75 percent had measurable levels of lead. And certified organic products averaged twice the heavy metals of their uncertified counterparts."
‘Ridiculously healthy’ elderly have the same gut microbiome as healthy 30 year-olds - overall microbiota composition of the healthy elderly group was similar to that of people decades younger, and that the gut microbiota differed little between individuals from the ages of 30 to over 100.
Back to school is in full swing which means in addition to schoolwork, homework, and after-school activities it’s crunch time once that alarm goes off for preparing a healthy breakfast and lunch during the hectic morning rush of getting your children up, dressed and out the door on time. As Marcie Beth Schneider, M.D., FAAP, a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Committee On Nutrition reminds us, "Study after study shows that those who eat breakfast function better. They do better in school and have better concentration and more energy"
Here are some tips to minimize any stress and maximize your time to provide your family asmart startfor their day!