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Jennifer Anyabuine

Content Contributor

Jennifer Anyabuine is a content writer for KnowYourDNA. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biochemistry. She began freelance health writing soon after graduation. Her decision to focus on health and fitness came from her desire to provide reliable health information. 

With 2 years of professional writing experience under her belt, Jennifer has stayed true to her mission. She believes that writing accurate health articles begins with thorough research. Her writing process includes a deep dive into current research and expert opinion. 

Jennifer creates content that helps people take better care of their health. Her focus is women's health, mental health, fitness, and general wellness.

Latest articles from the author

Volumetrics Diet — What You Need to Know

You don't have to go hungry to lose weight. The volumetrics diet helps you choose healthier foods that encourage weight loss while still eating a decent volume of food.  We asked Elise Harlow, a registered dietitian with a Master of Science in Nutritional Sciences, to help explain how the volumetric diet works. Here’s everything you […]

How Much Fiber Do You Need to Eat Per Day to Lose Weight

Achieving your ideal weight can be a challenge. But your weight loss journey can be easier if you add more fiber to your meals. We talked to Dr. Rizza Mira, our resident medical reviewer at KYDNA, to see how fiber can help you lose weight. She's a general practitioner specializing in diet and nutrition. Fiber […]

What Foods Cause Leaky Gut?

Leaky gut syndrome is a common digestive problem linked to several health conditions. What you eat and other lifestyle habits may contribute to a leaky gut.  What Is A Leaky Gut? A healthy gut lining keeps large particles inside your gut from “leaking” into your blood. When you have a leaky gut, the intestinal lining […]

Probiotics and Weight Loss

About 41.9% of people in the U.S. are obese.1 Excess body fat increases a person’s risk for metabolic disorders like diabetes and heart disease. The demand for probiotic supplements has become popular in recent years. They contain live microorganisms that promote intestinal health. People have started turning to probiotics for many health conditions, including weight […]
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