Probiotics Vs. Prebiotics

Did you know that you have 10 times more bacteria in your gut than you have cells in your body? Good and bad bacteria live in your digestive system with concentrated amounts in the small intestine and colon. [1] To have a healthy gut, it is very important to have a balance of good and bad bacteria; the ideal ratio between the bacteria in your gut is 85 percent "good" and 15 percent "bad."[2]

3 Step Liver Cleanse

The liver is one of the hardest working organs in the body. It works non-stop to detoxify our blood, produce the bile needed to digest fats, and store essential vitamins and minerals.

Without a healthy liver, we can’t digest our food – especially fats – properly, nor can we remove the toxins coming from the environment, processed foods and even our own chemical processes. Give the liver some love by following these three steps.

Swap Out These Exercises

Repetition may lead to mastery, but it can also keep you in your comfort zone. The best way to avoid hitting that dreaded plateau at the gym is to keep changing up your workouts.