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Environmental toxins link to cardiovascular disease, heart problems and stroke risk.

Environmental toxins are increasingly indicated as factors that increase the risk of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), strokes and heart attack, along with contributing to other...

Boys grow more slowly after antibiotics

Boys, but not girls, grow more slowly and put on less weight if they are given antibiotics in the first two weeks of their...

Antibiotic use linked to Parkinson’s disease

A higher exposure to common oral antibiotics was linked to a higher risk of Parkinson’s disease some 15 years later, according to research from...

How Akkermansia muciniphila controls your health

This one bacterium appears to help control your body fat levels, type-2 diabetes, insulin resistance, inflammation, atherosclerosis and increase your longevity, while restoring your...

The Truth about Lectins

Lectins are proteins present in all plants and many animal products (e.g. dairy); they are erroneously dubbed ‘anti-nutrients’ and frequently blamed for health damage...

Sleep problems are linked to your gut health

Your gut microbiome is a major player in sleep regulation according to Dr David Gozal and his team from the University of Missouri School...

Studies link microbiome damage to Parkinson’s disease

Several studies from the department of Neurology at the University of Helsinki have shown that an imbalance of gut bacteria is associated with Parkinson's disease and...

Blastocystis Hominis

Blastocystis is a microscopic protozoan parasite. It is found in humans across the world. Symptoms may include abdominal pain, constipation or diarrhoea, skin rashes,...

Antibiotics use in infants raises Asthma risk

Antibiotics given to infants negatively affect the gut microbiome reducing volume and diversity of the gut bacteria and increasing risk of asthma and allergies...

The dreadful truth about antibiotics – your gut never recovers

Broad spectrum antibiotics damage the gut microbiome, making it unlikely to ever return to its original balance and actually increasing the risk of ill...