Why You Need Prebiotics In Your Diet
When your gut is healthy, you thrive. The gut really is at the epicenter of overall health, and when you treat it right by taking care of yourself, it rewards you with better sleep, a strong immune system, a happy belly, tons of energy, and strong bones. Sounds awesome right? Here’s how you do it. Clean eat...
The Gut-Friendly Health Benefits Of Dark Chocolate
Who doesn’t love a tasty bite of chocolate? The delicious, sweet snack is most definitely good for the taste buds, and fortunately for those of us with a sweet tooth, there are many health benefits of dark chocolate too!
Dark chocolate is rich in many key nutrients that our body loves, incl...
Probiotics and gut health are surrounded by all sorts of excitement! It’s certainly become easier to identify sources of probiotics and include them in our diets through foods like kombucha, kimchi, sauerkraut, yogurt, and supplements. However, what hasn’t become all that easy is finding prebiotics in the same way. So, how do we get the best prebiotics into our guts too?
Eating healthy meals and snacks replenishes the body with glycogen, maintains our blood sugar levels and keeps us feeling great and plunging up the mountain.Timing nutritionis also a biggy. It takes time for your body to process and absorb nutrients. If you eat too big of a meal right before a workout, your body won’t have enough to absorb those nutrients yet, so you’re not getting its energy in time to fuel your workout. So, what are the right things to eat and when do we eat them?
Hiking is one of our favorite Rowdy ventures during the springtime months. We love exploring new trails and discover new (or new to us!) nature spots to stop for a snack, a few photos or to cool off in a stream.
The gut-brain axis is one of the most powerful connections in the human body. You know the feeling of butterflies before your first day of school? Or the knot in your stomach in bed the night before your big presentation at work? That’s just one way we feel the relationship between the gut and the brain each day.