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Leaky Gut Syndrome

Source: DoctorSaputo
Dr. Saputo
August 22, 2016

Leaky gut syndrome is well described and studied in the mainstream medical literature, but mainstream GI doctors have ignored it. 29 more words


BCAA Branched Chain Amino Acids and how they boost Bifidobacterium and Akkermansia

Branched Chain Amino Acids, BCAA’s, are a common addition to the diet for bodybuilders and athletes. Here’s a new research study, published this month, that shows BCAA’s help change your gut bacteria. 76 more words

Who Benefits From Probiotics and How to Optimize Their Use.

The word probiotic comes from the Greek, meaning “promoting” (pro) and “life” (biotic). This is a newer field of research that is expanding. We are still learning about the benefits and limitations of probiotics. 2,003 more words

Gut Bacteria May Drive Inflammation in Sepsis, ARDS

Microbiome disruption in lungs may play key role in diseases.

Bacteria that live in the gut also show up in the lungs of critically ill patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and in a mouse model of sepsis, suggesting a shared mechanism of pathogenesis for the two deadly diseases. 636 more words


Gut bacteria sheds light on honey bee health

In ARS News

by Kim Kaplan

Bacteria in the gut of young honey bees may provide clues about the impact parasites have on bee health. That and other experimental findings were published by… 323 more words


New Way to Boost Crop Production Doesn’t Rely on GMOs or Pesticides

Researchers are fiddling with the plant equivalent of gut bacteria.

A new treatment for cotton seeds draws on beneficial microbes that live inside plants—much like the good bacteria in our own guts—to help the crops thrive in dry conditions. 544 more words

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This Is The Most Damaging Thing To Your Body

Source: iHealthTube.com
August 3, 2016

So many things are posing a challenge to our health on a daily basis. Naturopath Ann Boroch discusses what she calls the ‘body breaker’, and possibly most damaging thing to our health. 50 more words