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Salt causes hypertension via gut microbiome

Restricting salt consumption below 2.3 gm per day, increased short-chain fatty acid and lowered hypertension, blood pressure and improved arterial health. The American Heart Association...

A parasite infection can change and control your microbiome

Researchers have now shown that a parasitic infection is linked to a completely different microbiome profile so much so that the microbiome can even...

Probiotics and diet can help in depression and anxiety

Prebiotic and probiotic foods can help relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression according to a meta-study by the University of Sussex in the UK. There...

Gut health linked to acne

Acne is caused when excess skin cells line the tube of a hair follicle blocking the excretion of sebum. This allows bacteria to grow,...

Red wine increases friendly gut bacteria, boosts immune system

A modest amount of red wine per week increases levels of polyphenols and particular gut bacteria strains that make anti-inflammatory molecules and can enhance...

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...

Eating raw food causes changed microbiome not necessarily for the better

Consuming raw food contains anti-microbial chemicals that may actually damage gut health, according to researchers from the University of California, San Francisco and Harvard...

Chris Woollams Gut Health Consultations

Chris Woollams can help your rebuild your gut to restore both your gut health and your overall health, overcoming leaky gut, IBS, parasites, chronic...

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...

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...