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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #23

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #23

Cool Research

Reshaped fecal gut microbiota composition by the intake of high molecular weight persimmon tannin in normal and high-cholesterol diet-fed rats.

Blueberries and probiotics could help counteract, and even protect against, intestinal diseases.

Technological developments observed in recent years provide scientists with powerful tools to investigate the complex ecosystem of gut microbiota.

New term proposed to describe one way the brain interacts with the gut: mapranosis.

Links between dietary protein sources, gut microbiota, and obesity.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

7 Habits that harm your gut health.

How salt can affect our gut microbiome.

Nine ways to rejuvenate your microbiome.

Our pets could act as probiotics because they boost the diversity of indoor microbes.

Why fermented foods are good for weight loss, mood, and glowing skin.

Are sprouted grains more nutritious than whole grains?

Can food change your mood?

The critical role of fungi in digestive health. 

We all need to eliminate inflammation in our bodies – here’s how.

Can prebiotics help with ulcerative colitis?

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

Mammals and their symbiotic gut microbes.

Reasons to drink kombucha.

Prebiotics tend our “inner garden.”

Recipe Repository

2 gut superfoods you can make yourself – kefir and yogurt.

Probiotics might help with lactose intolerance for some.

Homemade dry ginger ale.


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