Science Talk

Digbi Prime Jumps in to Save Your Skin!
The mind and body are connected. All systems of the body are controlled by the brain and nervous system. And guess what? The gut is connected to the brain via the gut-brain axis. It’s a 2-Way Street, Folks! The gut-brain axis is a bidirectional (2-way) neural pathway that allows dialog back and forth between the gut an ...
Jumpstart your weight loss and mental health, empower your DNA and Gut Microbiome
Your body comprises 30 Trillion cells containing your unique DNA. No two human beings have the same genetic code. We each have our unique physiology; how your body reacts and responds to food and weight loss is especially unique to you. Imagine a health-full life! Today, metabolic disorders, chronic pain, stress and an ...
How Digbi Interprets Your Gut’s Signals
Understanding why Gut Health is Important About 40 trillion - our bodies literally have more bacteria than the number of cells we have.  Although these are present throughout our bodies, most of them reside in the gastrointestinal tract - which comprises our stomach, intestines, gall bladder and more. These microbes th ...
Is Gut Health the (missing) key to happiness?
Is Gut Health the (missing) key to happiness? As you may have learned in our previous blog, serotonin plays a fundamental part in your well-being and mental health. But where does it come from? How is it created?Going to the Source Serotonin is mostly created in the digestive system. Yes, you heard that right - it’s ma ...
What’s Serotonin Got to Do With It (your health)?
Why is Serotonin Crucial For Holistic Health?Feeling blue? - there’s a reason for it! Did you know that a neurotransmitter (chemical) is responsible for your mood? There are many, actually, but serotonin is integral to keeping you content and happy. A delicate balance is involved in maintaining these positive feelings. ...
Why Counting Calories is Ineffective & Outdated
When you eat carbs, how do they really get processed in your body? You probably know about metabolism as it relates to calories, but are you aware that for carbohydrates, your metabolism is unique? Your body breaks them down into sugars which serve as energy for your body. The sugars travel to where they are needed in ...