Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #60

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #60

Cool Research The gut microbiota and brain speak to each other constantly through three main pathways. Mycobiota composition and changes...

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Gut Health for Kids

Gut Health for Kids

All too often, we don’t really think about our own gut health, let alone the gut health of our kids...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #59

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #59

Cool Research Microorganisms in the gut are linked to cognitive function. It’s possible gut bacteria may play a part in...

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The Forgotten Nutrient Your Gut Needs

The Forgotten Nutrient Your Gut Needs

This nutrient can be found just about everywhere; in fact, it’s so ubiquitous, most of us don’t even think about...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #58

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #58

Cool Research New research and trials of FMT (fecal microbiota transplant) are underway. Studies on mice and flies are showing...

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The connection between the gut and lungs

The connection between the gut and lungs

The more we learn about the gut, the more important we understand it to be to the health of the...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #57

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #57

Cool Research Clostridioides difficile infection remains an unfamiliar subject for clinicians: prevalence, risk factors and co-occurrence with COVID-19. Diet quality...

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Is Vitamin D Good for Your Gut?

Is Vitamin D Good for Your Gut?

Do you take a vitamin D supplement? Many of us do these days; testing for vitamin D deficiency has increased...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #56

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #56

Cool Research Bioaccumulation: common medications–from antidepressants to antidiabetic drugs–can accumulate in gut bacteria altering bacterial function and potentially reducing medications...

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One Easy Way to Improve Gut Health

One Easy Way to Improve Gut Health

While there’s no single fix to give you good gut health, there is one thing you can do right now...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #55

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #55

Cool Research Great research on MACs (microbiota-accessible carbohydrates) and looking at the Western diet and lifestyle and its effects on...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #54

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #54

Cool Research Thoughts about next-gen probiotics and postbiotics A new Stanford University study, shows that a fermented-food diet may increase...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #53

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #53

Cool Research Recent studies in centenarians have revealed that age-related changes in the gut microbiota are related to frailty and...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #52

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #52

Cool Research The role of glutamine in supporting gut health and neuropsychiatric factors. A review of how dietary pectic substances...

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Halloween and Your Gut

Halloween and Your Gut

What does Halloween have to do with your gut? Well… nothing directly, but it is a holiday centered around sugar, and sugar definitely has something to do with our gut (and it’s not good).

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #51

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #51

Cool Research Protecting our brain starts in our gut – immune cells on the surface of mice brains were discovered...

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Sleep and Your Gut

Sleep and Your Gut

Sleep and Your Gut Sleep is an essential function to our physical and mental health and wellbeing. Giving your body...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #50

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #50

Cool Research Got Crohn’s disease? This study may have good news for you: two specific diets (Mediterranean and Specific Carbohydrate)...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #49

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #49

Cool Research IBS is bad, but a new study showed that the severity of symptoms is directly connected to diet...

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Rebalance Your Microbiome

Rebalance Your Microbiome

Many people think that bacteria are bad, and certainly, some bacteria can cause illness. But our bodies actually depend on...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #48

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #48

Cool Research Challenges of the low-FODMAP diet for those with IBS, and approaches to mitigating them. The International Scientific Association...

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Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #47

Can’t Miss Gut Health Links #47

Cool Research A scientific review in Nature takes a look at potential variables that can skew gut microbiome research data....

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Seven Other Websites and Blogs to Read for Gut Health

Seven Other Websites and Blogs to Read for Gut Health

If you’re looking for more information about gut health, these websites and blogs are regularly updated and all of them...

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Fiber vs Prebiotics

Fiber vs Prebiotics

First things first. You need to know that while all prebiotic fibers are fibers, not all fibers are prebiotics. But!...

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #44

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #44

Cool Research A new study suggests that the gut microbiota may be a novel avenue for exploring heart disease prevention....

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #41

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #41

Cool Research Gut microbes from the phylogenetically diverse genus Eubacterium and their various contributions to gut health Dietary polyphenol impact...

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How to Tell Your Microbiome is Out of Whack

How to Tell Your Microbiome is Out of Whack

The gut microbiome plays an important role in our overall health. It’s responsible for keeping the immune system as strong...

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What Supplements Support Good Gut Health?

What Supplements Support Good Gut Health?

In an ideal world, we’d get all of the vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients our bodies need purely from the foods...

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Bone Broth Fast Gut Heath Reboot

Bone Broth Fast Gut Heath Reboot

Struggling with gut problems is not only painful and exhausting, it’s confusing. Some sources claim that superfoods are going to...

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Cranberries Are Good For Your Gut

Cranberries Are Good For Your Gut

Most of the time, when we hear about the benefits of cranberries, it’s always about their ability to support our...

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When Should You Take Prebiotics?

When Should You Take Prebiotics?

Gut pain or discomfort shouldn’t be a regular state; many people neglect what their body is trying to tell them....

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The Relationship Between Gut Microbiota and Chronic Disease

The Relationship Between Gut Microbiota and Chronic Disease

The healthcare industry is currently facing challenges when it comes to the many chronic illnesses and diseases that no doubt...

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A Diverse Diet and Rich Gut Flora Can Benefit your Health

A Diverse Diet and Rich Gut Flora Can Benefit your Health

The numerous different bacteria that inhabit the human body are often referred to as our gut flora, gut microbiota, and...

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Gut Health Is The Key To Everything

Gut Health Is The Key To Everything

Did you know that the gut contains more neurotransmitters than our brain?! This is why the gut is often referred...

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The 5 R’s Regimen to Reset Your Gut

The 5 R’s Regimen to Reset Your Gut

If you’re currently suffering from gut health issues, you might consider trying the 5 R Regimen. What it is? We...

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The Benefits of Polyphenol-Rich Food on Gut Health

The Benefits of Polyphenol-Rich Food on Gut Health

The health benefits of antioxidants are widely known. In particular, their ability to prevent free radical damage throughout the body...

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How to Restore Gut Health After Antibiotics

How to Restore Gut Health After Antibiotics

It’s perhaps a little ironic that you’d need to recover from taking antibiotics. But the human digestive tract is highly...

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How Resistant Starch Affects Our Microbiota

How Resistant Starch Affects Our Microbiota

Almost all of the carbohydrates that we eat are starches. These long chains of glucose can be found in potatoes,...

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Improve Your Gut Health in Just Three Days (Yes, Really)

Improve Your Gut Health in Just Three Days (Yes, Really)

It really is possible to dramatically improve your gut health in just three days. A team of scientists proved that...

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Everything You Need To Know About Prebiotics

Everything You Need To Know About Prebiotics

 

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Study: Resistant Starch Improves Insulin Sensitivity Independently of Gut Flora

Study: Resistant Starch Improves Insulin Sensitivity Independently of Gut Flora

Obese people are at an incredibly high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease, among...

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Changes in Gut Bacteria May be Linked to Obesity

Changes in Gut Bacteria May be Linked to Obesity

There's been a lot of talk about gut health and weight loss. Researchers speculate that changes in gut bacteria might...

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Gut Bacteria May Affect Your Weight and Blood Fats

Gut Bacteria May Affect Your Weight and Blood Fats

Some researchers believe as many as 100 trillion gut bacteria may be living in a normal, healthy gut. Scientists at the...

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