Straining to go #2 … feeling sluggish and bloated … spending too much time behind the bathroom door. Constipation can be a real drain on your wellbeing! But before you consider chemical laxatives, you might want to try one or more of these more natural constipation...
If the short, cold days of winter make you want to hibernate until spring, take a closer look at the expanded Regular Girl family of products. They can help boost your energy, control stress and support your immune system. These perks may help you make the most of...
You gut may not love pizza as much as your taste buds. This favorite food often contains ingredients that cause gas, pain and bloating. Thankfully, making a gut-friendly pizza isn’t too difficult.
Celebrated on November 19 each year, the goal of World Toilet Day is to raise awareness about sustainable sanitation practices and get people thinking about their own toilet habits. For this World Toilet Day, we’ve gathered some interesting facts to keep you in the...
By now, most of us know we need to stay hydrated when we’re exercising. But are there good alternatives to water? Appearing on CBS-TV, fitness expert Brent Bishop gave Washington, DC audiences another way to refresh and rehydrate.
During the fall, apples get a lot of buzz. But here are 6 other fall fruits and veggies that are gut healthy!
If you’re feeling constipated or a little bloated, it may be because you’re falling short on your fiber intake or a bit dehydrated.
Is it normal to poop a couple times a day? Just a couple times a week? Is it normal if your poop is nearly always shaped like a nut-filled candy bar? (Have you looked?!) Everybody poops and your poop is a window to your health. It’s not only good to look before you flush, doctors encourage it!
Consuming the right amount of fiber may help you maintain a healthy weight, stay regular and even support healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
While there is no cure, IBS.org encourages people suffering from IBS to take an active role in managing their symptoms through diet and stress reduction.