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Why can’t I sleep?

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The latest research shows the main cause of poor sleep is low melatonin production. Melatonin helps get you to sleep; and melatonin helps keep...

What is Multiple Sclerosis, or MS?

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This Multiple Sclerosis mini-review looks at the research showing what MS autoimmune disease is, what may cause it, and tips for MS patients on...

My vaccine dilemma – resolved

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I think the real problem with Covid has been the perpetual deceit, misinformation and confusion. If you don’t trust the person in charge (“it’s...

Choline from eggs and fatty meat increase heart attack risks

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Choline is essential for metabolism and membranes; however too much choline intake can be bad, and is linked to stroke, heart attacks, blood clots,...

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

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Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is believed to be a hormone disorder affecting up to 20% of women at some point in their lives,...

The Human virome and its importance to health

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Our virome has 380 trillion members and prompts our immune system and constantly changes the balance and strength of our microbiome; this can even...

Bacteria link to cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis

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Increasing evidence links an imbalance in the gut microbiome and the oral microbiome to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and strokes; one route...

Insulin resistance – and how to reduce it

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Insulin resistance is where cells less and less respond to insulin because of one of a number of health conditions such as high blood...

The Truth about Coeliac Disease

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The cause of coeliac disease is almost certainly the loss of certain strains of commensal bacteria – for example strains of lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Firmicutes...

Sleep problems are linked to your gut health

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

Bacterium can reduce risk of heart disease

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Scientists have discovered that a bacterium E limosum, has the ability to reduce atherosclerosis and heart disease risk through its production of a protein...

Brain haemorrhage and strokes linked to gut bacteria

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Patients with Haemorrhagic brain disorders have very distinct and specific gut microbiomes with larger levels of gram-negative bacteria; this has implication for diet and...