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What portion of our dietary calories do our gut bacteria consume?

‘What portion of our dietary calories do our gut bacteria consume? Our guts support a wide array of microorganisms. These must either survive off of our food, or off of bodily secretions made with energy from food (e.g. 1,231 more words

Microbiota

Eating Whole Grains Led to Modest Improvements in Gut Microbiota and Immune Response

In a clinical trial, adults who consumed a diet rich in whole grains rather than refined grains had modest improvements in healthy gut microbiota and certain immune responses. 1,001 more words

Food

Thinking about switching to a healthy diet? You might need to consult with your gut microbes first.

PREVIOUS DIETARY EXPERIENCE AND GUT MICROBIAL EXCHANGE WITH OTHER INDIVIDUALS HAVE IMPLICATIONS ON AFFECTING A PERSON’S RESPONSE TO NEW FIETS.

EATING HEALTHILY is at the top of the list for many of those setting New Year’s resolutions. 697 more words

Science Notebook

Surprising Link Between Depression, Anxiety, and Gut Health

Did you know your gut health may affect your mood and behavior? The belief that gut health is connected to mental well-being dates back more than a hundred years. 972 more words

Gut Health

Study links Type 1 diabetes to inflammation and gut bacteria

Written and posted by: Bhawana Jain

Published on: January 19, 2017

Article Source: Endocrine Society

Abstract: According to a new study, people with Type 1 diabetes display inflammation in the digestive tract and changes in gut bacteria which is not found in individuals who do not have diabetes or those who have celiac disease. 504 more words

Diabetes

The gut microbiota and allergy

Allergies have increased substantially within the past century, with a greater influence on those who live in developed Western countries. A number of theories and hypotheses have been proposed to figure out why this is occurring. 758 more words

Allergy

Well-Fed Microbiome Cookbook Update

It’s now been more than three months since the launch of The Well-Fed Microbiome Cookbook. And what an amazing three months it’s been! From start to finish, the book was a really fun project — a nice break from the technical writing and ghostwriting I do in my daily work. 235 more words