This article investigates our current understanding of what the gut-brain axis is, the role of the gut microbiome, and how our physical and mental health can be compromised when communication between one or more parts along this axis becomes faulty.
Andro400 is a dietary supplement that claims to naturally boost testosterone levels.
This review digs into the scientific evidence behind modafinil to see if it’s really all that “smart” for you to take.
Here, we look at the history of colloidal silver, its purported benefits and whether or not it’s safe and effective to use.
Here, we examine the scientific evidence behind the ingredients of Bio X4 to see if these claims hold up.
Here, we take a closer look at the origins of the diet and the current scientific evidence to see if the Mediterranean diet is all it’s cracked up to be.
Here, we look at the reported benefits of MCT oil and whether or not you should be taking it.
Below, we discuss why it’s so hard to lose weight with Hashimoto’s and how exactly you can change your diet to help you start shedding those extra pounds.
Here, we look into the science behind the Volumetric diet and whether or not it promotes sustainable and healthy weight loss.
This article takes a look at the best diet for metabolic syndrome.
Gundry PrebioThrive is a powdered dietary supplement.
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Weight loss teas have become increasingly common as a way to quickly and easily lose weight.
If you decide to try a 1,500 calorie diet, there are a few steps you can take to increase your odds for success.
Greek for “self-eating,” autophagy is a natural cleansing process in the body that allows cells to essentially “eat” themselves.
Meal replacement shakes are especially popular because they offer a convenient way to have a low-calorie meal on-the-go. Here we present an objective scientific review to see if one of the top-selling brands—310 shakes—are really as good as they claim to be.