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Metabolic Syndrome

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People with ‘Metabolic Syndrome’ have at least three of the following five conditions: high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high triglycerides, low ‘good’ HDL...

Gut bacteria, bone density and osteoporosis

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It seems extremely likely that certain gut bacteria are associated with weak bone density and osteoporosis, while others are associated with the ingredients for...

How night-shift work disrupts your health

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Night shift work causes chaos in the body as the central ‘clock’ in the brain doesn’t reboot, but other clocks in various organs like...

Baby’s gut bacteria and breast feeding duration predict future obesity

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A higher per cent of Bifidobacteria and a lower per cent of Prevotella in baby’s microbiota are associated with a lower BMI and lower...

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...

Overweight mothers may damage their babies for life

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Obese women can cause long term cardiovascular problems for their babies, according to the UPBEAT trial on exercise, diet and pregnancy; the solution is...

Butyrate significantly improves your health

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Butyrate is a Short Chain Fatty Acid made by certain gut bacteria from fermentable fibre; it is essential both for good gut health and...

Eating too quickly increases risk of chronic illness

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Researchers have shown that people who eat too quickly have a higher risk of obesity and metabolic disorder (diabetes, stroke and cardiovascular risk). Researchers from...

The dangers of poor sleep

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Poor sleep can increase your risk of chronic illnesses like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia, cancer, obesity and stress and it reduces your longevity. All animals...

Overweight? Blame your gut bacteria

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Overweight? Obese? Gut bacteria to the rescue Certain gut bacteria have been used to reverse obesity and Type-2 diabetes in animal studies (Proceedings of the...

Soluble fibre consumption boosts the immune system

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University of Illinois researchers have shown that the consumption of soluble fibre – typically found in whole oats, psyllium, vegetables, pulses and nuts and...

Is there a link between antibiotics use and diabetes?

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Does a history of Antibiotics lead to diabetes? According to researchers at New York University Langone Medical Centre, repeated use of antibiotics seems to alter...