Tag: gut

Boost Gut-Friendly Bacteria to Reduce Your Risk of Cancer

Consuming probiotics--live "friendly bacteria and yeasts" that are added to foods or taken as a supplement--is another way to bolster your gut's population of...

“B” Smart – Reduce Inflammation, Bowel and Cognitive Issues with B...

Recent research published in the Journal of Nutrition shows that low levels of B vitamins in blood plasma is linked to systemic inflammation, cardiovascular...

Check Your Poop to See if Your Gut is Healthy

Changing the makeup of your intestinal bacteria requires long-term commitment, says Gastroenterologist Dr. Satish Rao, MD, Ph.D. It takes about three to six months...

Gettin’ Dirty Can be Good for Your Immune System

Think about how many times your mom told you to not eat the dirt outside. For many of us, it was a sin to...

Prebiotics and Probiotics Work Together for Gut Health

Intestinal health can have a huge impact on your overall feelings of health and well being. Each person has their own unique blend of...

Intestinal Infections in Children Linked to Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a devastating mental illness that often strikes people in their late teens and early 20s. It is characterized by disordered thought processes,...

Simple Steps to Quickly Improve Gut Health

Sometimes it doesn’t matter how healthy you try to eat. Those unwanted digestion problems could strike you at any point throughout the day, making...

Promote a Healthy Intestinal Flora with the Right Probiotics

Probiotics have been linked to reduced symptoms of diarrhea, upset stomach and gastrointestinal conditions. Adding foods such as yogurt, miso and tempeh to your...

Pay Attention to Your Gut Health

For most people, paying attention to your gut means following your intuition and letting your informed self let you know if there are red...
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