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Cruciferous vegetables compound helps treat fatty liver

Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) can be treated by indole, a compound found in cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, kale) and also made by gut bacteria. The...

Depression a symptom of bacterial population in gut

People with depression have distinct intestinal microbes that differ from those without the disorder according to University of Florida Health researchers; this could enable...

Fibromyalgia – causes and treatment

Fibromyalgia resembles an extreme form of arthritis with fatigue and chronic bone and muscle pain likely; increasingly the causes are becoming clearer with an...

Exercise changes your gut microbiome for better health

A good number of separate studies have consistently shown that exercise can alter the make up of your gut microbiome and make you healthier...

Gut bacteria play key role in Alzheimer’s and dementia

An increased risk of Alzheimer's and dementia is linked to the make-up of the gut microbiome and damage to the brain can be prevented...

Blood group may dictate composition of microbiome

Researchers have found a possible link between human blood type and higher amounts of specific strains of bacteria in the gut microbiome (1); your...

Why can’t I sleep?

What are the causes of poor sleep? The very latest research shows the causes of poor sleep are but one - low melatonin production....

Gut bacteria and the immune system – a two way process

Japanese researchers at the Riken Yokahama Institute for Integrative Medicine in Kyoto have shown that Immunoglobulin A antibodies (IgA) secreted by the host in...

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...

Traditional heart attack risk factors not as important as gut bacteria

Arterial stiffness is the main factor in young people who have heart attacks, where a substantial proportion of serious cardiovascular events cannot be explained...

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