This article, the benefits of probiotics for women, contains affiliate links. Please consult your doctor or healthcare professional before taking any supplements or following any recommendations mentioned in this post. Please review my disclosures and disclaimers carefully before reading this article. Chances are if you’re part of the gluten-free and/or celiac diseases community, someone along the […]
We take gut health seriously here at Good For You Gluten Free. Learn how to maintain good gut health by reading any of the following articles. I'll teach you about the benefits of probiotics, as well as how to make your own kombucha or lacto-fermented dill pickles.
Also, take my 7-Day Heal Your Gut Challenge to learn how you can improve your gut health in seven days using seven proven strategies.
This post about making your own kombucha contains affiliate links. Last year I met a wonderful author named Hannah Krum from Kombucha Kamp at ShiftCon. She is an expert kombucha brewer and author of The Big Book of Kombucha. After listening to her presentation about the health benefits of kombucha and how easy it is to […]
This post about my daily apple cider vinegar shot challenge is sponsored by Ethan’s. All opinions and thoughts are my own. Please see my disclosures and disclaimers. A few months ago I wrote about the 8 surprise benefits of apple cider vinegar. I discussed how ACV has been used for centuries as a natural elixir, […]
10 Reasons Why You Still Crave Gluten contains affiliate links. This article is not to be used in lieu of sound medical advice. Please consult your doctor before making changes to your diet or adding supplements. By reading this article, you agree to my disclosures. Gluten is hard to give up. Period. For the three million […]
This post about decoding 8 facts about apple cider vinegar is sponsored by Ethan’s. All opinions are my own. Please view my disclosures. As we head into cold and flu season, I’m reminded of the importance of building my immune system. As someone with an autoimmune disease, and one whose disease initiated in the gut, I’m […]
What is candida? Candida albicans is a common disorder affecting an estimated 50-80 percent of the American population at any given time. Chances are you might have candida – or a yeast overgrowth – that has yet to be addressed. In fact, many people with gut issues (celiac disease, leaky gut, IBS, etc.) suffer from […]