For the Future of Our Families: Flawed Yet Functional

We are responsible for crafting a better future for our families and the legacies we leave behind with them. Not only is this necessary in the values we instill in our children, it is also necessary in the way in which we protect and defend their health. Emily Stauch at Flawed Yet Functional understands the magnitude of this responsibility and activity seeks to fulfill it via her blog, in which she details healthful foods, exercises, and healthy lifestyle habits so that the health of future generations remains secure.

Our 8 Immune Boosting Foods

The inundation of pathogens and irritants our bodies are barraged with on a daily basis can certainly take a toll on our immune systems, especially in addition to the other stressors we face in our lives. As such, it is extremely necessary to keep our immune systems well-fueled and ready to tackle these obstacles. Here are eight of our favorite immune boosting foods to help you keep your immune system in fighting form.

Tools, Techniques, and Testing Companies: Helping You Find Your Dietary Resources

Your parents weren't lying when they said you were special--and the diet you eat should tell you the same. Click here to learn more about the genetics and microbiome biology that make your diet uniquely YOU!

Pre & Probiotics: The Role of Fiber and Diet on Microbial Health in an Age of Antibiotics

We all love good food, and it turns out that the bacteria in our bodies are no different. But while the food we eat might be nice and savory to us, it often lacks the thing that our bacteria love most: fiber. For more information about how to keep the friends in your bowels from starving, here's a list of some of our favorite pro- and prebiotics.

Ancient Eating Gone Wild: Paleo, Fact or Fiction?

In this day and age of social connectivity and communication, ideas and movements have the potential to spread like wildfire. You could say that possibly anything could go viral, even a diet. Traditionally, diets are not something you would expect…