Gut-Friendly Summer Recipes

Gut-Friendly Summer Recipes

This month, I’ve got a celebration of summer with links to some of my favorite summertime recipes – gut-friendly and...

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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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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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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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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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Intermittent Fasting 101

Intermittent Fasting 101

Intermittent fasting has become one of the most popular diet trends worldwide. But what is it? And is it safe?...

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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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Happier, Healthier Holidays for your Gut

Happier, Healthier Holidays for your Gut

Thanksgiving is two days away, which means the holidays are about to be in full swing. And that means food –...

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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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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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Daily Habits for Good Gut Health

Daily Habits for Good Gut Health

Dietary changes The most important habit, as what we eat has a monumental affect on our gut microbiome. Find ways...

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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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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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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #46

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #46

Cool Research Microbiologist Heenam Stanley Kim discovered a potential link between poor gut health and a higher risk of more...

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #45

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #45

Cool Research Gut microbiota disturbance following antibiotic use at an early age is associated with behavioral disorders in infants. A...

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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 #43

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #43

Cool Research Registered dieticians debunk gut health myths. Managing the Microbiome: How the Gut Influences Development and Disease   Interesting...

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #42

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #42

Cool Research A recent study found eating an avocado a day may help improve fiber absorption and boost gut bacteria...

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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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Lets Get Cooking! How to Start Cooking for a Healthier Gut

Lets Get Cooking! How to Start Cooking for a Healthier Gut

It’s a fact that if you want to help your gut, one of the best things you can do is...

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #39

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #39

It’s been a while since I’ve done a links roundup – enjoy! Cool Research Fascinating study done in Australia on...

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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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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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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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5 Potentially Harmful Foods You’re Probably Eating

5 Potentially Harmful Foods You’re Probably Eating

Kidney Beans If you’d like to prepare a delicious hot meal which includes red kidney beans, you should know that...

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15 Instagram Accounts With Gut-Friendly Food

15 Instagram Accounts With Gut-Friendly Food

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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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Four Tips For a Gut-Friendly Fourth of July (or any summer barbecue!)

Four Tips For a Gut-Friendly Fourth of July (or any summer barbecue!)

For us Americans, the Fourth is almost here! Time for a few tips to help ensure your tummy is able...

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Tips for a Flawless FODMAP Protocol

Tips for a Flawless FODMAP Protocol

The low-FODMAP diet has become incredibly popular these days, as more people become aware that they don’t have to continue...

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What to Expect When Starting a Low-Carb Diet

What to Expect When Starting a Low-Carb Diet

Starting a new diet can be challenging. You know you have to change your eating habits and exercise, but you...

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Fiber and FODMAPs

Fiber and FODMAPs

We all know that fiber is good for us – but people who suffer from gastrointestinal disorders like Irritable Bowel...

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #17

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #17

Have a Merry Christmas! Cool Research Scientists are developing a probiotic to treat depression. Unlocking the Microbiome Report from the...

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #6

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #6

Cool Research The food you’ve eaten in the past can affect your attempt to lose weight by dieting. Two scientists,...

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11 Natural Prebiotic Superfoods

11 Natural Prebiotic Superfoods

Looking for more ways to feed your gut bacteria and get prebiotics in your diet? Look no further. I’ve got...

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The Top 5 Most Influential Mommy Bloggers That Promote Great Gut Health

The Top 5 Most Influential Mommy Bloggers That Promote Great Gut Health

By now, most of us know the gut health basics: eat a diverse diet full of prebiotic rich foods, avoid...

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Four Sleep Hacks I Use to Get Seven, Restful Hours of Sleep (Almost) Every Night

Four Sleep Hacks I Use to Get Seven, Restful Hours of Sleep (Almost) Every Night

For what seems like decades now, I have a weird thing where I would wake up 3 AM on the...

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Get Insight into Your Gut Health at Home

Get Insight into Your Gut Health at Home

As you may already know, maintaining a healthy gut is important, because it can be the root of many other...

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How to Make Your Immune System Stronger

How to Make Your Immune System Stronger

Microbiome research is still in its infancy and there are plenty of things that the research needs to answer. The...

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FODMAPs and Gut Health

FODMAPs and Gut Health

FODMAP is a specific type of carbohydrate that has recently been marked as very important for various reasons. Areas that...

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What Are Dietary Fibers & Why Are They Essential for Gut Health?

What Are Dietary Fibers & Why Are They Essential for Gut Health?

Jump-start your gut health with whole grains! Learn to love fruits! Go nuts for pistachios! Bridge the fiber gap! These...

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A Primer on the Microbiome: What Is It and How Does It Benefit Our Health?

A Primer on the Microbiome: What Is It and How Does It Benefit Our Health?

Did you know that only 10% of our body cells are human? The human body consists of dozens of trillions...

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5 Easy Ways to Close the “Fiber Gap”

5 Easy Ways to Close the “Fiber Gap”

Though berries manage to sneak into our daily nutrition from time to time, there is still a variety of foods...

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4 Items In Your Pantry That May Be Harmful To Your Digestive System

4 Items In Your Pantry That May Be Harmful To Your Digestive System

Advertising plays an important role when it comes to our diet and the diets of our families. If something is...

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Having a Diverse Diet and Rich Gut Flora Can Benefit your Health

Having a Diverse Diet and Rich Gut Flora Can Benefit your Health

Do you know what gut flora are? There are numerous different bacteria that inhabit the human body. The ones found...

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3 Habits That Positively Affect Gut Health

3 Habits That Positively Affect Gut Health

Did you know that our choices and lifestyle affect the bacteria in our gut? A team of researchers lead by...

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5 Everyday Things That Are Harming Your Microbiome

5 Everyday Things That Are Harming Your Microbiome

Today’s modern world is filled with so many things that have an influence on the state of our gut health...

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These Simple Diet Changes can Skyrocket the Number of Good Bacteria in Your Gut

These Simple Diet Changes can Skyrocket the Number of Good Bacteria in Your Gut

Are diet habits as important as the experts stress? Eating habits play an important role in our lives. Our food...

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