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...
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.
During Men’s Health Month, attention typically turns to common male health concerns. But while we’ve got your attention, we thought we’d share a couple of the perhaps lesser known ways that you can help support your wellness.
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!
Boosting your fiber intake may help more than your digestion. Researchers are studying fiber’s effect on children struggling with autism. Keep reading to learn how much fiber your kids should be getting each day.
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Erin Judge brought a variety of fruits and vegetables to the set of Nashville’s NBC affiliate daytime talk show, Today in Nashville. That’s not a surprise. Judge always encourages people to make healthy food choices. The show’s hosts however were shocked that her colorful display represented just a day’s worth of fiber. This, she explained, is why many of us may need a fiber supplement.
This guide will help you teach your kids about healthy poop shapes, and provide some tummy-soothing tips to keep their digestive systems at its best.
If you’re struggling with digestive issues such as constipation, bloating and painful gas, you may have heard about FODMAPs. Researchers have shown that following a low-FODMAP diet may help soothe your gut and put you on the path to regularity.
Cranberries have been used for centuries for their health-promoting properties, one of the best known is their ability to support urinary tract health. There is also evidence that cranberry polyphenols promote gut microbiota health.
Best-in-class ingredients equal the ability to make best-in-class claims. For years, the health and nutraceutical industry has recognized Sunfiber as a best-in-class soluble fiber. An FDA-approved soluble dietary fiber, Sunfiber (sourced from the guar bean and minimally processed) has strong prebiotic characteristics that stimulate health-promoting indigenous gut bacteria such as Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria and minimize harmful bacteria.