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Promising hope against a deadly killer

Promising hope against a deadly killer

Today’s headline may have you wondering which deadly killer I’m referring to.

Cancer?  No.

Heart disease?  Nope.

It’s antibiotic resistant bacteria.

Oct 19, 2018 4 comments

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How many brains do you have? (Hint: it’s more than one)

How many brains do you have? (Hint: it’s more than one)
The grey matter in your skull is not your only brain.
You have another one about 30 inches south of the first one.
It’s called your gut microbiome.
Aug 22, 2018 4 comments

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The supplement that you should be taking

The supplement that you should be taking
Supplements are typically a reflection of individual need—based on a person’s diet, their body’s unique requirements (called “biochemical individuality”) and their current state of health.  So in most cases, there is no “magic supplement” that is right for everybody.  Except one...
PROBIOTICS!
Jul 20, 2018 2 comments

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2 surprising health benefits of probiotics

2 surprising health benefits of probiotics
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last few decades, you probably have heard that probiotics help prevent gas, bloating and constipation.
You also might know that they support your immune system and can help ease asthma and allergies.
And maybe you’ve even heard that they are helpful with depression since most of your body’s serotonin is produced in your gut (especially if you read my blogs on a regular basis!).
Well, there are 2 more surprising health benefits of probiotics that go way beyond your gut!
Specifically to your heart and your liver!
May 21, 2018 4 comments

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A new deadly side effect of antibiotics

A new deadly side effect of antibiotics
The medical and scientific communities are becoming increasingly aware that although antibiotics have saved lives, they also have a very dark side.
Studies have shown that long-term antibiotic use can disrupt your friendly gut flora to the point where your immune functioning is dramatically reduced, making you more susceptible to infections and disease.
May 18, 2018 4 comments

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