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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #38

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #38

Cool Research

Lund University study revealed a previously-unknown link between gut bacteria and acute lung injury after blood transfusions.

There’s a symbiotic relationship between heart health and gut health.

There appears to be a link between gut microbiota and cardiovascular uremic toxicities.

Working the night shift can disrupt the rhythm between the brain and the gut.

A Mediterranean diet could reduce bone loss in people with osteoporosis.

Gut microbiome meta-analysis reveals dysbiosis is independent of body mass index in predicting risk of obesity-associated colo-rectal cancer.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Bookmark this one: The GoodGut’s guide to anti-inflammatory foods.

Where do you think stress is stored in the body?

This hybrid modified-keto and intermittent fasting nutrition plan just might be great for your gut.

You don’t need an expensive gym membership or equipment to get a good workout. Try these no-equipment bodyweight workouts!

Can probiotics help improve mental health?

How to eat for a healthy gut.

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

Cooking Light offers a 3-day gut health makeover to reboot your gut microbiome.

Five things you never knew your gut could do.

Happy Gut, Happy Body: improve your health with these simple steps

Here’s a 14-day gut cleanse to give your gut a jumpstart to better health.

Recipe Repository

Here’s a gut-friendly orange smoothie with turmeric and ginger.

Sunflower seed butter is just as high in protein and fiber as peanut butter, and works fantastically in smoothies.

An apple and linseed porridge is a great way to start the day right.


“Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are.” Anthelme Brillat-Savarin


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