The Best Health and Fitness Articles of the Week #149 – Easy Probiotic Recipes, The Best Multivitamin Ever, and a Real Food Shopping Guide For Costco


5 Easy Ways to Consume More Probiotics

The only homemade probiotic in this list that I’ve made is kombucha but I’d love to try making all the others. Maybe I’ll try the kefir soda. That sounds pretty tasty.

A Primal Primer: Leaky Gut

Leaky gut has been linked to a bunch of health issues such as IBS, Crohn’s disease, asthma, autism, arthritis, depression and many others. And even if you don’t have health issues, keeping your gut in good health can only make you feel and perform better. There are some great tips in here on how to test for, prevent and fix gut permeability.

Orange Creamsicles {using coconut milk}

It’s about that time where the days are getting hot and I want popsicles and ice cream. I can’t wait to make these. Orange creamsicles were one of my favorites as a kid.

The Food Lab: The Hard Truth About Boiled Eggs

Making hard-boiled eggs is frustrating. There are a lot of articles online claiming to know the best way to make hard-boiled eggs, and from my experience, those tips never seem to work. Well, the folks at Serious Eats have spent a lot of time trying to figure this one out and I think they got it. I tested it myself. I dropped cold eggs straight out of the fridge into boiling water, I let the eggs cook and then put them right back into the fridge out of the pot and let them sit overnight. They pealed almost perfectly in morning.

What Is The Best Multivitamin?

We’ve all seen the claims from the media that multivitamins are useless, but those claims are very generalized and don’t look at the whole picture. What if you could find a multivitamin that came in a capsule, you only had to take it twice a day, it has all the nutrients you need (and more), it’s vegan-friendly, it doesn’t contain nasty fillers, has no GMOS, it’s certified safe for all athletes, and all of the ingredients come from the highest quality sources. That’s a lot to ask for isn’t it? Well it exists and Ben Greenfield did all the hard work to find it. It’s sold by Thorn Research and it’s called Multi AM/PM Complex. You get two bottles of 90 pills for only $60. I’m definitely buying these.

Oil pulling for oral health: Miracle mouth cure? Or new age hippy hype?

Oil pulling is as good as mouth wash for fighting gingivitis and bad breath and there are claims that it may also help whiten teeth. All this without the toxic ingredients of common mouthwash. I still haven’t tried it, but after reading this, I plan to.

Testimonial: I Almost Gave Up

Another amazing story showing how food (not the FDA’s recommendations) can heal out bodies. This guy was overweight, had depression, extreme migraine headaches due to a brain injury, and was on a bunch of different medications. He bought Robb Wolf’s book, went paleo and fixed everything!

The Ultimate Guide to Interval Training

I like the way this infographic is laid out. It’s dissected into sections such as explaining what HIIT training is, the benefits of HIIT training, some sample workouts, and then it’s all joined back into one large useful graphic, ready to be republished on other sites. Neat!

Real Food Shopping Guide for Costco

I haven’t shopped at Costco in a couple of years. I ate fairly healthy then, but I’ve since been vegan and now paleo, and I’ve learned a lot more about healthy eating in that time. I was actually just thinking about renewing my membership and two weeks ago I started writing down a list of things that I wanted to see if they sold, but this shopping guide pretty much has it covered. Looks like I’ll be renewing!

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