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Bloat Busters: Katie Cavuto, RD’s top 5 tips for beating the bloat

1. Sack the Sugar. We all know sugar is bad for us, but did you know that gas causing bad bacteria and yeast feed on refined sugars which can exacerbate bloating? It’s time to ditch the sweet stuff!2. Go Pro. Probiotics are good bacteria that keep your gut healthy and happy. Eat fermented foods like kimchi, yogurt, kombucha, kefir and sauerkraut or or take a probiotic supplement3. Feed your Bacteria. Just like us, probiotics need food to thrive. That’s where prebiotics come in - they are non-digestible carbohydrates that act as food for probiotics and are found in plant based foods like...

Gut Check - Simple Ways to Beat the Bloat

We often talk about bloated stomachs, indigestion and occasional gassiness during the holidays when over-eating seems to be the norm. But periodic bloating and discomfort can be a common occurrence throughout the year. In fact, one out of 10 people may experience gut problems on a regular basis. As swimsuit season approaches, beating the bloat and easing our digestive issues can not only change the way we look, but also the way we feel. The good news is that the majority of belly complaints can be dealt with relatively easily, resulting in a well-functioning digestive system that will energize you. Keeping...

What feeds Belly Bloat?

Originally Posted by the Better Show Chef and nutritionist Katie Cavuto, helps us beat belly bloat – with a little help from our friends. Watch this!

My Imperfect Kitchen review of Digest Gold and Acid Smoothe

This is a repost of an article published My Imperfect Kitchen Let’s chat about something we don’t normally discuss. Digestion and heartburn. We all love to eat (or we wouldn’t be here, right?) and guess what? All those delicious things get digested and pass through our system. It’s a normal part of the process. Occasionally some of those delicious, rich, spicy, buttery, creamy, divine foods can leave us with a burning sensation in the back of our throat and pressure all around our belly. That’s no fun! So what can you do? Well, the good news is, a few weeks ago,...

Beat the Bloat Before Summer Starts with Enzymedica

Repost and Link to Blog by Cascia Talbert. View whole Blog. In some parts of the country it may seem that winter is never ending. But, believe it or not summer is just around the corner, which means that it is almost swim suit season. Nobody wants to feel bloated or gassy at the beach, but 1 in 10 people experience regular digestive issues that can leave them feeling less than bikini-ready.Registered dietitian and culinary nutritionist, Katie Cavuto offers some advice for anyone wishing to beat the bloat this summer. READ WHOLE ARTICLE

Award-Winning Author Dr. Steven Lamm Discusses   Fighting Fat: Break the Dieting Cycle and Get Healthy for Life! on ABC's The View 

Award-winning author Dr. Steven Lamm will appear on ABC's The View to discuss cutting-edge solutions for long-term weight management success. Recent breakthroughs in the science of obesity are reshaping the way that people perceive weight, while offering physicians an entirely new toolkit of options with which they can treat overweight and obese patients. Dr. Lamm’s appearance on The View will broadcast on Friday, April 17, 2015 on ABC at 11:00 AM EST/10:00 AM CST/10:00 AM PST. Note: Purchase the Book on Amazon Currently more than two-thirds of the U.S. adult population is overweight or obese, and 17 percent of U.S. children between the...

8 Tips for Staying Active and Healthy this Winter

We tend to spend more time indoors during the cold winter months as we try to hide from the cold. For many of us, the weather  will do its best to break us from our daily routine and we go into hibernation mode, choosing to remain indoors when possible. What can we do this season to stay active and healthy? Here I have some great suggestions that I would like to share. These tips, combined with a little discipline  and  imagination, will keep you “ winning  indoors… instead of bedridden with the winter flu: (Remember, recent studies show that it is better to be indoors being...

Resolve to make better food choices in the New Year

By Walter Crinnion, ND Setting goals is a common occurrence as the New Year approaches. Many set similar goals year after year. While financial goals are dreamed of, health goals are far more crucial to our lives. Good health provides limitless possibilities. Without health, those possibilities can be significantly diminished. Thoughts about health goals are common in January following overindulgence in alcohol, sugars and fatty foods typical of the holiday season. Let’s think about how our diet impacts our health. For decades we have known that all the major chronic disease states, which afflict virtually everyone consuming the Western diet,...

Go back to enjoying life after a meal

We enjoy having time to ourselves. Given the rapid pace of modern life, the time we have with our loved ones shouldn't be interrupted. However, life happens, and it teaches you to adapt to changes. I love to have a good time. I love seeing local bands perform, walking the beach, or going to a local downtown restaurant with friends and family. When I’m out with my friends and family, everybody gets to have a great time and some laughs. That is what a good time is all about. Everyone around the table has certain preferences for their food. Others,...

The Role of Enzymes

  Provided by VEA Enzymes are the critical ingredient in every organism that make life possible. They are catalysts and drive every chemical reaction that takes place in the human body, enabling our bodies to be built from proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. In this program from VEA we investigate the role of enzymes in detail, offering both theoretical and practical examples. We look at how enzymes function in living organisms, enzyme kinetics, enzyme substrate complex, enzyme activity, and finally the power of enzymes in the 21st century. We demonstrate enzyme activity, and the affects of substrate concentration, the pH, temperature...

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