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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #22

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #22

Cool Research

An international team has developed a new kind of wheat, which contains ten times more of the fiber that improves gut health.

Gut bacteria may help regulate our blood pressure.

Modulation of the fecal microbiota in Sprague-Dawley rats using genetically modified and isogenic corn lines.

New insights into how our bodies maintain a beneficial relationship with our gut microbes.

Clinical trial to evaluate the effect of fecal microbiota transplant for initial C. diff infection in intestinal microbiome.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Are probiotics on the menu for you in 2018? They should be!

Why is the science of nutrition so messy?

Prebiotics and probiotics for the skin is fast becoming the latest trend in skincare.

Did you know – you can be overweight and yet still malnourished?

Exercise can benefit your gut – but only if you keep up the exercise on a regular basis.

Fermentation is making a comeback. 

Analysis of ancient Greek poop shows Hippocrates was right about our gut 

Be twice as smart by getting to know your gut.

Six amazing things probiotics can do for your entire body.

18 probiotic foods for a healthy gut.

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

How the gut microbiota affects our health.

Lactobacillus Acidophilus and gut health.

The way you’re born and fed affect your immune system.

Recipe Repository

Prebiotics set the stage for a healthy gut.

A bone broth recipe from northern Thailand.

Here’s a gut-healthy quinoa breakfast cereal for cold mornings.


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