Health News and Updates from BioBalance
Fats and cholesterol are important, but they’re not all good. Let’s review the basics of fat and cholesterol to understand why trans fats, saturated fats, unsaturated fats, good cholesterol, bad cholesterol, and blood fats matter your health.
Our gut plays a pivotal role in overall health, and recurring symptoms can be tell-tale signs of bigger health problems. While some risk factors are beyond your control, you can still achieve a healthier gut by making more mindful choices.
If fighting disease and infection were a contest, it would be a team sport. Our immune system consists of players that are trained for specific roles, and to perform effectively, they need vitamin C, vitamin D, and Zinc in order to win over their competitors.
There are many probiotics supplements on the market and choosing the best option can be tricky. Every human gut microbiota is unique. Therefore, ‘one size fits all’ doesn’t apply to probiotics. Here are some frequently asked questions that can help you choose better.
Over-the-counter vitamins don’t usually come with instructions, so we rely on common knowledge or some content from the Internet. Supplementation can be confusing, but one thing’s for sure: when it comes to health, only take advice from experts.
A big part of understanding if Vitamin C dose help in our immune system is to understand how our immune system works and at what stage of our immune response does Vitamin C begin to exert its effects.
Our immune system is our natural defense against disease-causing microorganisms, but it can fail. There is no single health advice for keeping a near-perfect immune response, but we can rely on a universal truth—balance is the key to everything.
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Viruses are everywhere, and some cause a range of diseases, with flu and respiratory illness being the most common. While it is impossible to completely avoid contact with infectious viruses, it is possible to give your immune system a boost through good nutrition.
When making hard decisions, we are often told “go with your gut” or “trust your gut”, and recent studies have found that our gut microbiome affects how we think. With this and other recent discoveries, taking care of our gut is now more important than ever.