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Gut Feeling, a Scientific Reality?

After disheartening weeks of climate chaos I sought news to  combat depression. I found it in an unusual source: our guts. Gut bacteria and human health is a relatively new area of research. 367 more words

Science News

Kombooch-Me Baby!

Maybe you are new to the kombucha party, or maybe you’re still curious what this new drink craze is all about. Today I am giving the rundown on what it is, what makes kombucha magical and different ways to pour down the fun. 899 more words


Week 1: No More W(h)ining

While I don’t drink a lot of alcohol, I do appreciate having a cocktail when I eat out or have a dram of Scotch on a lazy Sunday afternoon when I feel like it. 656 more words

Healthy Eating

IBS or a Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)?

Many years ago I began to experience severe gas, bloating and debilitating gut pain that became worse as the day wore on.  At the end of the evening I could barely muster the strength to walk around because the only position I felt comfortable in was lying down.   539 more words


Public Health in the News (9/10/17 - 9/16/17)

By Grace Bellinger – Blog Editor



Why chocolate is good for your gut - MNT

I am a chocolate lover. I have some every day of my life. Granted, what I consume are small quantities which I devour slowly and let simply melt in my mouth. 587 more words


Good mood food

What you eat controls the bacteria in your gut. The bacteria in your gut controls your mood and can now be linked directly to symptoms of anxiety and depression…

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Lifestyle And Health