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Digbi Cares for your mental health, too!
“Happiness for me is largely a matter of digestion.”- Lin Yutang Indeed, gut health is underrated in the large scheme of things! Yet, it is one of the biggest factors influencing our moods. There is a strong connection between our state of mind and the kind of food we crave in certain situations. We know we should not ...
Breaking the stigma around whisper conditions
Have you ever had a disease or a condition that you were scared or embarrassed to talk about, even to a medical professional, despite the hardship it caused you? Have you ever worried that you might be shunned or rejected for having it in the first place? Did the thought of being pitied hold you back from talking about ...
The Digbi Health Guide To Thanksgiving Eating
Thanksgiving is a special time of year for many reasons. It gives us a chance to pause, reflect and appreciate the year gone by. In a year like 2020, the Thanksgiving tradition is that much more important. It is also, on occasion, a time of uncertainty about our diet plans. After all, the temptation of a Thanksgiving s ...
A Guide To Understanding Your Skin Through Your Gut Health
Usually, when it comes to conditions that we struggle with but prefer not to discuss, skin conditions aren't the first thing that comes to mind. Yet, skin conditions can be the second leading cause of living with disability in most parts of the world. Of all skin conditions, the most commonly observed and reported ones ...
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Digestive Health
Irritable Bowel Syndrome, also known as IBS, affects nearly 15% of the adult population of the United States. Yet, most people suffer silently, as only 5-7% of people receive treatment and management options for the condition. IBS affects the large intestine and changes the way food is processed and moved through the i ...
Change your gut bacteria to lose weight with the right food
Our gut microbes have co-evolved with us for centuries. Their role in ensuring good health is becoming increasingly evident. By association, they also influence body weight and overall well being. Can you change your gut microbiome composition with food to increase the number of bacteria that can help you lose weight? ...

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