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Probiotics and Metabolic Syndrome: A New Way to Fight Heart Disease

Metabolic syndrome affects about 23% of the U.S. population. One of the most severe results of this syndrome is coronary artery disease. Three of the main components of metabolic syndrome are high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and obesity. This tri ...

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Great Potential For Remediation

Depression, one of the most common mental health conditions in the 15 to 44 age group in USA, is also one of the most difficult to remediate. Medication and psychotherapy make up the first line of remediation efforts, but many people still remain depre ...

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Stress, Anxiety and Gut Health

It may seem far fetched that stress, anxiety and gut health are related. Knowledge concerning how the brain and gut interact has significantly increased. Good gut health results in good brain health through the gut-brain axis. Recent studies have also ...

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How Balancing Your Gut Microbiome Can Help You Live Longer

Your immune system, your gastrointestinal (GI) tract, and your gut microbiome are the three components of your Inflammation circuit. They are the main modulators of your body’s inflammatory responses. These inflammation responses in the body can either ...

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Ease Your Discomfort With These Natural Remedies for Gassiness

Gassiness can be incredibly embarrassing as well as uncomfortable. It’s often caused by digestive problems. Not only does it make you feel unwell, but it can also decrease your desire to go out in public. Fortunately, if you have excess gas because of ...

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Alcohol in Kombucha: Is This Healthy Drink the Choice for You?

There is a reason why gut health is so important. It actually impacts your immune system, mood, and your complete overall wellness. Diet, however, is not the only way to maintain your gut health. There are many foods that cause extreme gut discomfort. ...

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The Protective Layer on Your Skin and Handwashing

Categories: Immune Health, Microbiome, Skin Health

Let me begin just by saying that most people think the immune system is only the white blood cells defending you from external threats and invaders. And indeed, that is true, but actually, it’s more than that. Actually, the immune system comprises of m ...

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Endotoxemia: The Enemy Within

The term endotoxemia refers to a high concentration of toxins in your blood cells. In other words, a toxic overload in your cells. And the root cause of endotoxemia, and many other health conditions for that matter, lies in the gut. Importance of Gut H ...

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Healing the Skin Microbiome: The Secret to a Healthy, Youthful Glow

Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and its job is manifold. It acts as a barrier between you and your environment, protecting you from chemicals, temperature variations, pressure, and impact. It’s also responsible for regulating your body tem ...

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Immigration And Gut Microbiome: The Hidden Connection

Immigration and Gut Microbiome: How Moving to the USA Affects Your Gut You probably already know that what you eat can affect your gut health. But new research is showing that what you eat, and even where you live, can have a huge effect on your microb ...

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