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bioganix, bone broth, digestion, health, improve digestion, weight loss, yoga -

Improving your digestion is a great place to start when thinking about improving your health. Many symptoms including bloating, abdominal pains and irregularity are often considered normal, when they are actually a sign of poor digestion. Many health conditions including: cold and flu, depression, fatigue, headaches, autoimmune diseases, food and seasonal allergies are improved - and sometimes resolved - by improving your digestion.

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bioganix, bone broth, health, lean muscle, muscle, weight loss -

It’s being featured in your local grocery market as much as blogs, vlogs, and supplement sites: Bone broth has been the unofficial food supplement of the last few years. Yes, this concoction  is a key supplement of the Ketogenic Diet, but its benefits apply to anyone looking to lose weight, recover post-workout, and improve their overall health.

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5-HTP, melatonin, serotonin, sleep, sleep support, tryptophan -

5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan) is a molecule that your body makes naturally. It is created from another molecule named tryptophan, which is found in many foods such as meat, dairy, eggs and seafood. 5-HTP is also found in an African plant called Griffonia Simplicifolia. It has been marketed in many health supplements for a lot of different purposes. Some of those include: anxiety, depression, ADHD, sleep disorders, fibromyalgia and even weight loss. It has so many uses in the body because it is connected to the production of two very important chemicals; namely serotonin and melatonin. As discussed in a previous post,...

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circadian rhythm, health, melatonin, sleep, sleep support -

Melatonin (N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine) is a hormone that your body produces naturally. It controls your circadian rhythm, or your body’s internal clock. Basically, high levels of it at night make you sleepy, and low levels keep you awake during the day. Unsurprisingly, circadian rhythms are controlled by light. So when daylight fades, it is natural to start feeling sleepy. Similarly, as daylight increases, your body will naturally wake up. However, many factors can detract melatonin production and the circadian rhythm, and we are too often exposed to them in daily life. For example, working night shifts, being jet-lagged or looking at screens...

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