Bone Broth Diet: weight loss and gut, joint & skin health

Bone broth is something that has been dear and near to my heart since it helped me heal my gut following severe digestive issues including a parasite infection and SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth). But I had to say that I was a bit skeptical when I saw that a book titled ”Bone Broth Diet” was[…]

Low-FODMAP diets: are they safe in the long-term?

Yes, the low-FODMAP diet works. There are now plenty of studies and cases of people with various digestive conditions, including IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), IBD (inflammatory bowel disorders like Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis), celiac disease, fructose malabsorption and SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth). If you want more information about the low-FODMAP diet and how[…]

Do you want to learn how to make your own fermented foods? Try Sarah's Fearless Fermentation Classes!

Fermented foods are a super food for your gut flora! – Aglaée Traditionally prepared sauerkraut, kombucha, kimchi, yogurt and pickles are all examples of REAL foods that can replace your expensive probiotic supplements while adding a lot of taste to your diet. Maybe you’ve been buying some of these foods knowing how good they can be for[…]

Guest Post on Paleo Parent’s Blog (and a recipe from my cookbook: Coconut MCT Balls)

Health Starts in the Gut: Digestive Health with REAL Food by Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD, author (posted on Paleo Parents’ blog on July 20, 2014) “Health starts in the gut” is something Hippocrates said a long time ago but that still holds true today. Without a healthy gut, even the highest quality organic and pastured[…]

Is your gut flora unhappy?

If you’ve been following my blog or have read my book, you know that digestion is one of my favorite topic. I was happy to be interviewed by nutritionnist Sarah Ramsden to talk about the most common signs that you have an unhappy gut flora. Did you know that you have 10 times more bacteria than[…]

Paleo low-FODMAP diet food list

Learn more about FODMAPs here:  FODMAPs: could they be causing your bloating, diarrhea, constipation and other IBS-like digestive issues Why eating a low-FODMAP diet is NOT good for your gut (in the long-term) Click Here to Get Your FREE FODMAP Food List Please note that I recently updated the low-FODMAP food list in 2016. You can find[…]

Free recording of my webinar now available online!

Woohoo! I just had a great time recording my first webinar this morning. I talked about my favorite topic: Digestive Health (and that includes poop of course!). You can watch the recording anytime by clicking here. Just jump to 1:13 because I was still figuring the sound part and talking to myself before that. lol And[…]

Non-responsive celiac disease – when eating gluten-free is not enough

Many people are drawn to the Paleo diet because they are looking for a solution for their personal health struggles. Removing gluten alone, one of the main proteins found in many grains but especially wheat, barley, oats and rye, can often make a big difference in the way you feel, no matter what kind of[…]

FODMAPs: could they be causing your bloating, diarrhea, constipation and other IBS-like digestive issues?

IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) is the most common GI (gastrointestinal) disorder and affects the quality of life of 1 in 5 Americans. (1) Many of you may feel too familiar already with the most common IBS symptoms: bloating, abdominal pain, discomfort or cramping, gas, constipation and diarrhea. Even if you don’t have IBS, you might[…]

What's in the DHwRF cookbook? "Digestive Health with REAL Food: the cookbook" by the numbers.

Do you want to know a little bit more about what’s hiding inside the DHwRF (Digestive Health with REAL Food) cookbook? The cookbook comprises a total of 117 recipes: 13 breakfast recipes (with and without eggs) 23 snacks, appetizers and sides dishes (may of which  can also be eaten for breakfast) 28 main dishes (including chicken,[…]

SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) might actually be at the root of your IBS & digestive issues

IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) is a label that most doctors use when they can’t find celiac disease, Crohn’s disease or other physical abnormalities in your digestive tract…. but it really doesn’t tell you anything that you didn’t already know: you have digestive problems of an unknown cause. That’s why a diagnosis of IBS is definitely not a[…]

poop 101: why looking in the toilet after your #2 could tell you everything you need know to improve your digestive & overall health

What happens in your bathroom can give you a lot of insight about how your digestive health is doing. Paying more attention to the frequency, consistency and appearance of your poop could help you get the clues you need to improve your digestive health. After all, health starts in the gut as Hippocrates wisely said[…]

5 reasons why your digestion is not 100% even on the Paleo diet

IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) is the most common diagnosis given by gastroenterologists to their patients complaining of bloating, abdominal pain and abnormal bowel movements. In fact, IBS is not really a diagnosis. It simply refers to a cluster of digestive symptoms. It doesn’t tell you what the problem is or where it comes from. It[…]

What is your poop telling you about your digestion? A lot!

You might have heard the famous quote from Hippocrates “Health starts in the gut”. These words of wisdom are actually 100% true and are now backed up with tons of scientific studies. What you can learn about your digestion by looking at your poop can give you the clues you need to improve your digestion, your overall health[…]

"Digestive Health with REAL Food: the Cookbook" is now released!

After working very hard on creating gut-friendly recipes in the last year, I’m so happy to say that the cookbook is now released! After hearing great comments from so many of you about how helpful my book “Digestive Health with REAL Food: A Practical Guide to an Anti-Inflammatory, Nutrient Dense Diet for IBS & Other Digestive[…]

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