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6 Health Benefits of Practicing Gratitude, Backed by Science

The act of practicing gratefulness can have positive impacts on your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. This is namely because expressing gratitude reduces stress, increases optimism, and changes your brain. Keep reading to learn about the 6 health benefits of practicing gratitude backed by science. Read more ›

How to Practice Gratitude This 2021 Holiday Season

4 Minute Read. A few ways you can spread your gratefulness.  Read more ›

Your Mood Is Your Body's Way of Telling You Something Is Up

5 Minute Read - Did you know that your current mood is your body’s way of telling you something is up? So if you're feeling moody, there could be something else bigger at play going on with your gut health. This is because your gut is thought of as your second brain. It is one of the largest producers of neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin. Read this blog to learn more.  Read more ›

10 Foods That Will Boost Your Mood (and Confidence)

5 Minute Read - There are plenty of yummy foods that keep sad moods at bay. Feel happier and more confident with these 10 mood boosting foods (your gut will thank you). Read more ›

15 Ways to Heal Your Gut

When it comes to healing your gut, it's important to know and remember that all of our healing journeys are a process, they are all different, and they are all unique. Healing your mind, body, and spirit takes work and it takes time. Know that everything is connected. The gut is one of our most overlooked organs, yet it is our most vital organ. That's why we're sharing 15 ways you can heal your gut this week.

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How Being Vulnerable Improves Your Emotional Wellness

Your emotional well-being is an important consideration because being chronically stressed, sad or depressed can be very taxing on both your immunity and your body. And science tells us that there is in fact a strong link between your mental health and your gut health, or what's called the gut-brain axis. Let's explore how being emotionally vulnerable can improve your emotional wellness. 

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