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  1. Gut Bacteria Influence Diabetes Risk

    Gut Bacteria Influence Diabetes Risk

    There was a time when bacteria were seen by the medical community as unwanted invaders and causes of serious disease. While some microbes are dangerous, there are several species that we actually need for optimal health. Our skin, our gastrointestinal tract and many areas of our bodies flourish when colonized in large numbers by certain kinds of bacteria. A new...
  2. Exciting New Insight Into Vitamin D Cardiovascular Benefits

    Exciting New Insight Into Vitamin D Cardiovascular Benefits

    Most modern people know that a "healthy tan" is somewhat of an oxymoron. Due to widespread awareness of skin cancer, premature aging and other effects of long term sun exposure, most often we take efforts to protect ourselves from harmful ultraviolet rays. While these are generally good health decisions, they also can lead to a deficiency of vitamin D. As...
  3. New Study Discovers Gut Bacteria Protect Against Sepsis and Other Serious Infections

    New Study Discovers Gut Bacteria Protect Against Sepsis and Other Serious Infections

    There have been numerous studies linking gut bacteria and human health. The modern Western diet and wide availability of antibiotics have changed the number and variety of bacteria that live in our gastrointestinal tract, which appears to have poor overall health effects. Surprisingly, even our immune systems are affected by this global shift in gut flora. According to a new...
  4. Why Taking Probiotics Alone Might Not Be Enough

    Why Taking Probiotics Alone Might Not Be Enough

    The importance of maintaining balanced gut flora was one of the top health stories of 2017. We now know that having the right balance of bacteria in the gut may improve your immune system, boost your metabolism, contribute to good mental health and support good health in almost every way. Because of this news, many people have begun taking probiotic...
  5. Spring Cleaning: 4 Strategies to Cleanse Your Body for Optimum Health

    Spring Cleaning: 4 Strategies to Cleanse Your Body for Optimum Health

    Winter is finally on its way out in most of the Northern Hemisphere. Soon we will be spending more time outdoors enjoying the warm weather and generally trying to be healthier. Spring is a time of fresh new beginnings, which is why millions engage in the tradition of deep cleaning and decluttering. Spring cleaning your body also can have benefits...
  6. Resveratrol and Depression: Recent Research Offers Hope for New Treatments

    Resveratrol and Depression: Recent Research Offers Hope for New Treatments

    Resveratrol, a compound most commonly know to be found in grapes and wine, has been hailed in research as a potential future treatment benefiting everything from cellular health to cardiovascular health. Many of these health benefits appear to be linked to the compound's anti-inflammatory actions. According to new research on resveratrol and depression, this safe and natural supplement may also be...
  7. Curcumin Brain Benefits Include Boosting Memory and Mood

    Curcumin Brain Benefits Include Boosting Memory and Mood

    A lot has been written lately about the health benefits of curcumin. Although many people enjoy this spice for its distinctive flavor, it appears to have even more to offer. In fact, it appears to have a variety of positive effects on health. According to several studies on curcumin and the benefits to the brain, it may even help to...
  8. Does Crash Dieting Hurt Your Heart?

    Does Crash Dieting Hurt Your Heart?

    Many people all over the globe are endlessly trying to lose a few pounds -- or more. While doctors recommend accomplishing this through sustainable lifestyle changes, the diet industry often has other ideas. Advertisements on television, the internet and in magazines often claim that people can lose weight quickly through extremely restrictive diets. However, crash dieting is ineffective, with most...
  9. Taking Vitamin D to Soothe IBS Symptoms

    Taking Vitamin D to Soothe IBS Symptoms

    Irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, is a common disorder in the modern world, affecting around 12 percent of people in the United States and other developed countries. Although it is believed to be autoimmune-related, in which the immune system attacks parts of the large intestine, doctors and scientists have little idea of how to treat it. As a result, many...
  10. Eating Fish Weekly Boosts Kids' Intelligence and Improves Sleep

    Eating Fish Weekly Boosts Kids' Intelligence and Improves Sleep

    One of the most common parenting struggles occurs at the kitchen table. While most parents want their children to eat a healthy variety of foods, many children are picky eaters who make this a challenge. Introducing a variety of healthy foods is both time-consuming and expensive for many families. However, research suggests that nutrition is essential to both physical and...

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