Omega-3 are the ‘good ones’ – and are proven to contribute to important bodily functions such as blood pressure, muscle function, and bone structure. You also might be surprised to learn that we don’t make Omega-3 naturally. We have to source them through food, supplements and oils.
Peppermint oil is one of the most versatile essential oils in the world. According to aging experts at Tufts University, peppermint works as a strong antioxidant and even displays anti-tumor activity in the lab, along with allergy- and pain-fighting properties.
You can take steps to improve and maintain the healthy diversity of your gut microbiome: Reduce intake of added sugars and processed grains. These foods provide very rapid energy sources for some bacteria, which may crowd out others and decrease the diversity and health of your gut microbiota.