Vitamin D is often called the sunshine vitamin. When we're exposed to the sunshine, our bodies can produce vitamin D. However, the climate in many countries can mean we don't get enough vitamin D without supplementing it in some way. Vitamin D has many health benefits and is responsible for helping our bones remain healthy, having strong teeth, and staving off potential conditions such as type one diabetes.

You are more than what you eat. In fact, a great deal of who you are is determined by the 100 trillion bacteria that live in your digestive tract. Some are good for you and some are bad. Ideally, you want to do all you can to foster the growth of positive bacteria and tip the scale toward healthy digestive functions. Here's what you need to know. Benefits of a Healthy Gut There are many benefits of maintaining a healthy digestive system, and, in the reverse, many hazards associated with an unhealthy gut. On the positive side,...