Categories
Log in
There’s more to see...
Sign up to see the rest of what’s here!

drfranklipman.com

Pins from drfranklipman.com

Whether we realize it or not, every one of us has an individually unique microbial eco-system in and on us, a “microbiome,” which is home to more than 100 trillion microbes. Sounds like a lot, doesn’t it? In fact, that outnumbers our human cells by roughly ten to one. And what are all those microbes doing inside and all over our bodies? Well, the good microbes are for the most part hanging out in your gut, supporting your immune system, protecting you from disease, detoxifying your body and possibly even keeping you slim, depending on which microbes your microbiome is hosting.

Do you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome? The Fodmaps Diet may be very helpful with any symptoms. #thewholejourney #twj

Banish the Blues: 5 Ways to Combat Computer and Tablet Blue-Light Sleep Disruption #thewholejourney #twj

According to a new report, studies show that when women move to the United States from somewhere like Japan their risk of developing breast cancer increases. Genetics don’t change that quickly, only the environment does. Breast cancer cost more than $17 billion to treat in the United States last year alone. That number is four times bigger than the entire FDA budget for the year, and the disease was diagnosed in 227,000 women, killing 40,000.

In this post, the author explains the meaning of codes on stickers of fruits and vegetables. The stickers or labels attached to fruit and some vegetables have more of a function than helping scan the price at the checkout stand. The PLU code, or price lookup number printed on the sticker, also tells us how the fruit was grown. By reading the PLU code, one can tell if the fruit was genetically modified, organically grown or produced with chemical fertilizers, fungicides, or herbicides. The ...

Probiotics are the naturally occurring “good” bacteria that live in your gut and play a significant role in your total wellness. When you’re healthy, your intestinal tract hosts over 100 trillion friendly bacteria (that’s 10 times more than the number of cells in your body), which spend their days aiding digestion, boosting the immune system and consuming bad bacteria.

  • Non toxic girly

    Probiotics should be in everyone's daily routine! LOVE my Purium probiotics!

Sugar is one of the most dangerous ingredients on the market. It’s addictive, added to almost every processed food, and will make you overweight, depressed and sick if you eat too much. In fact, Americans eat close to 130 pounds of the stuff per person per year (4 times more than the recommended daily allowance), likely because it is so addictive. That’s why it’s exciting to know there are alternative sweeteners made in nature, like “stevia,” that don’t wreak havoc on your health – or do ...

As the saying goes – everyone is talking about sugar, but what are they doing about it? It’s my fervent wish that they – and you – are working on quitting the stuff. Why? The short answer is that sugar is an extraordinarily destructive substance that most people eat far too much of. The longer answer is that virtually every day, more studies are proving what we in the optimal health community have always believed: that sugar plays a pivotal role in the development of many of the devastating ...

Over 2000 years ago, Hippocrates declared that “all disease begins in the gut.” Yet it is only recently that modern medicine has begun to document the crucial role of the microbiome – the billions of microbes that live within us. Comprising over 70% of the immune system, recent research reveals the myriad ways in which intestinal health is aligned with overall health.

When we see patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, we often start by doing a Cleanse and using lots of probiotics to balance the bacteria in the gut. However, if their symptoms persist, one thing we might encourage the patient to explore is following a low-FODMAPs diet.

A coffee ground scrub infused with almond and vanilla oils is a fantastic wake up for skin. An easy, all-natural body scrub that will have you smelling and looking delicious, while giving an eco-friendly purpose to your used coffee grounds.

gluten-free raw muesli

Everyone needs a healthy gut. Read these 5 tips to improve the health of your gut. #thewholejourney #twj

One of my and Frank's favorite fall soups is Butternut and Root Vegetable Soup. It's warm, smooth, rich in color and incredibly satisfying to eat.

What's for dinner? Easy to make Quinoa Salad. Try it tonight! #thewholejourney #twj

4 Reasons why Agave Plant is NOT a health food. Please read it if you still eating agave. #thewholejourney #twj

As the saying goes – everyone is talking about sugar, but what are they doing about it? It’s my fervent wish that they – and you – are working on quitting the stuff. Why? The short answer is that sugar is an extraordinarily destructive substance that most people eat far too much of. The longer answer is that virtually every day, more studies are proving what we in the optimal health community have always believed: that sugar plays a pivotal role in the development of many of the devastating illnesses we fear most, namely heart disease, cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s to name a few.

3 Ingredient Paleo Pancakes

In this post, the author explains the meaning of codes on stickers of fruits and vegetables.

When we see patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, we often start by doing a Cleanse and using lots of probiotics to balance the bacteria in the gut. However, if their symptoms persist, one thing we might encourage the patient to explore is following a low-FODMAPs diet.


Your domain has no activity on Pinterest at this time. Help Pinners easily share your content by integrating the Pin It button today!