• How to Find an Environment that Won’t Make You Sick

    If you have environmental sensitivities, you know that the modern world wasn’t designed with you in mind.   That goes for all sensitive individuals.   Those on the spectrum, empaths, folks with auto-immunity, biotoxin illness, etc…   PAUSE   This post is also for those with unexplained health concerns… any unexplained health concerns… I’m talking to you, bebes with chronic sinus infections, post-nasal drip, random rashes, allergies, anxiety, depression, chronic diarrhea… yes, every one of you guys. This post is for everyone, whether you realize it or not.   Some of us are fortunate enough to know that we are sensitive to our environment. For those who don’t know, yet, maybe you…

  • What is Your Nasal Microbiome and Why It’s Just As Important As Your Gut Microbiome

      If you’d rather watch a video on the nasal microbiome click here.   What is the Nasal Microbiome and Why Does it Matter?   First things first, if you’re not familiar with the term microbiome it’s a term used to describe the community of bacteria, fungi, and viruses that populate your body.   Most likely you’ve heard the term in relation to the gut microbiome.   After the Human Genome Project ended with the conclusion that we are all basically the same, genetically, researchers and health professionals were left with some questions. Among which is how do we all look, act, and feel so different if we are all…

  • How to Check for Candida Overgrowth at Home!

    What is candida overgrowth? Candida is a type of fungus that is naturally present in everyone’s body. In a healthy individual it is in balance with other types of microbes (microscopic fungus and bacteria). When you think of microbes living inside your body you probably think of your gut and you may even think of the term microbes as being synonymous with something pathogenic. That’s actually not the case. Not only does your gut have a microbiome, but so does the rest of your digestive tract (including your mouth, throat, and all the way down to your bottom) your skin, and even your reproductive tract (which is why vaginal birth is so…

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