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Happy, happy, happy weekend! What are you up to? We’re doing some bits and pieces to our house to make it look tip top to sell, heading to central London for brunch and generally pottering about. 161 more words

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Antibiotics weaken Alzheimer’s disease progression through changes in the gut microbiome

Long-term antibiotic treatment in mice decreases levels of disease-causing plaques and enhances neuroinflammatory activity of microglial cells

Long-term treatment with broad spectrum antibiotics decreased levels of amyloid plaques, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease, and activated inflammatory microglial cells in the brains of mice in a new study by neuroscientists from the University of Chicago. 682 more words

Neuroscience

New Study Links Gut Bacteria and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

By Kathleen Doheny
HealthDay Reporter

FRIDAY, July 15, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Chronic fatigue syndrome—a condition that continues to baffle doctors—may be influenced by a person’s intestinal bacteria—sometimes called gut microbiome, new research finds. 659 more words

Health News

Pomegranates, red raspberries, strawberries and walnuts anti-aging molecule

Your gut bacteria and molecule in pomegranates , oak-aged red wine, red raspberries, strawberries and walnuts have anti-aging properties (anti Alzheimer’s and anti Parkinson’s).

Urolithins are microflora human metabolites of dietary… 152 more words

Health

Why Shouldn't I Eat That?

Choosing healthful foods has not always been so easy for me. I have an intrinsic sweet tooth and intense carbohydrate cravings (which aren’t necessarily bad things if I stick to whole, real foods). 438 more words

Nutritional Intervention

GUT FEELING

THE MICROBIOME AND FIBER

Featured in the Bastyr University Clinic Blog

The media is bloated with misinformation and spewing advice on how to optimize digestive health.  689 more words

Fiber

Multiplpe sclerosis linked to gut bacteria

Researchers from the University of Iowa, Caver College of Medicine have published a new study linking multiple sclerosis (MS) to gut  bacteria. 230 more words

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