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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #28

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #28

Cool Research

Feeding strategy shapes gut metagenomics enrichment and functional specialization.

Scientists develop a genetically engineering probiotic that targets and kills cancer cells in the gut.

The NIH Human Microbiome Project defines the normal bacterial makeup of the body for the 1st time.

New Insights into the Human Microbiome – a nice roundup article from Scientific American.

Nature looks at the tantalizing links between gut microbes and the brain.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Could gut microbiota be the key to a non-surgical treatment for obesity?

Here are the seven best foods and supplements to heal your gut lining?

Athletes should be looking at their gut health if they want to improve their athletic performance.

The four foods that naturally boost immunity.

How probiotics can help fight IBS.

Fighting a hidden enemy: inflammation.

The skinny on macronutrients.

5 easy ways to detox your diet.

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

How do the bugs in our gut shape our immune system?

The nine best beans and legumes to eat 

The truth about detoxing.

Recipe Repository

Turmeric Carrot and Ginger Soup.

A risotto with asparagus and prawns that’s good for your gut.


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