Bromelain, the unsung hero hiding within the juicy realms of pineapple, is here to extend its proteolytic prowess to your bodily functions. Most people are familiar with pineapple (Ananas comosus), but did you know it contains proteolytic enzymes? These enzymes can break down proteins, and......
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A recent health trend has captured our attention: eating sea moss. And while you may be picturing a crisp seaweed square, or some other delectable treat, we can assure you that is not what we’re referring to. Sea moss (a type of red algae) can actually be quite good for you, in moderation. We’ll take you through the ins and outs of this fluffy little algae and how it functions as a natural remedy.
High-Fiber Foods for Health Benefits Fiber and your stomach bacteria are besties! As fiber travels from your stomach to your colon, it feeds the good bacteria in your stomach and benefits your body. It’s essential to include high-fiber foods in your diet for health benefits. Adults should intake 25 to 30 grams of fiber through food per day. The current average fiber intake