Author : Coaches @ IIFYM
The Gut-Brain Axis
Gut feeling, gut instinct, go with your gut... We’ve all heard these sayings, but where and why did they originate? The gut-brain axis is the connection between your gut and your brain, which can be seen as a communication network between the two. “The gut-brain axis (GBA) consists of bidirectional...Read More
A Focus On Gluten
Gluten is a group of proteins found in grains like wheat, rye, spelt, and barley. There are two primary reasons that gluten could be causing you health or digestive issues: The form you’re getting it in - white bread is a primary example. The flour is highly processed and hasn’t...Read More
The #1 Way to Improve Your Gut Health
Stop consuming foods and drinks that weren’t designed to be eaten. Firstly, the ingredients on the back of a food label should be the ingredients that you intend on eating. For example, if a snack bar contains oats, dates, cocoa, etc. all of these you would be happy to eat....Read More
Simplifying Probiotics & Prebiotics
Probiotics are good gut bacteria, and prebiotics are fibre that feed these good bacteria. Each strain of probiotic (bacteria) has a different function, meaning one supplement on the shelf will have a different effect to the one next to it - which is why it’s so important not to roll...Read More
What’s The Best Protein For You? – Part 2
Here's part 2 of What's the Best Protein For You? Here are another few factors to consider when choosing your protein. 🔥 Anti-inflammatory To get a healthy bang for your buck out of the protein that you eat, consider trying some salmon (or most fatty fish). Salmon is high in...Read More
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