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What your gut bacteria need to eat to survive and thrive

You can eat fermented foods every day and take all the probiotic supplements you want, but if you aren’t also feeding those intestinal bacteria what they want, you could be throwing your money away. 411 more words

What your gut bacteria need to eat to survive and thrive

You can eat fermented foods every day and take all the probiotic supplements you want, but if you aren’t also feeding those intestinal bacteria what they want, you could be throwing your money away. 411 more words

Benefits of Proper Digestion

Constipation. Allergies. Skin issues. Weak immune system. Food intolerance. Fatigue. Mood swings.
All of these problems could be stemming from your digestive tract.

During digestion, your body breaks down food into molecules and nutrients to be absorbed through your intestinal lining. 465 more words

Health

Peer Reviewed Study Links Roundup and Growing Gluten Intolerance

Glyphosate, pathways to modern diseases II: Celiac sprue and gluten intolerance

Anthony Samsel and Stephanie Seneff

Abstract:

Celiac disease, and, more generally, gluten intolerance, is a growing problem worldwide, but especially in North America and Europe, where an estimated 5% of the population now suffers from it. 290 more words

Medical Censorship

7 Non-Diet Ways to Support Gut Health

Removing FODMAP’s is one way that can support our digestion while we heal, but it should never be used long term.  It is only a a way to see which foods, if any, are causing issues.   621 more words

Blog

Human Emotions Really Are Affected by Gut Bacteria, New Study Suggests

The more we find out about the bacteria that live in our gut, the more we’re coming to realise how these microbiota could have an impact on every facet of our lives – and  509 more words

MEDICINE

Gut Microbes Send Signals to Host Mitochondria and control longevity!

Han et al Cell, Volume 169, Issue 7, 15 June 2017, Pages 1249–1262

A very interesting study looking at the role of gut microbiome on longevity. 122 more words