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Gut bacteria and diverticulitis

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Diverticulitis is common in 50 percent of adults over 60; it’s a poorly understood disease but it seems anti-inflammatory compounds from friendly gut bacteria...

The Truth about Omicron

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A new variant of Covid has emerged, it’s more infectious, with under 40s more likely to develop symptoms but much milder than previous variants...

Could L-tyrosine and PCS prevent an asthma attack?

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A common amino acid, L-tyrosine, is the precursor to a compound PCS in the body which seems to control inflammation in the lungs, that...

Over 80% Covid-19 patients deficient in Vitamin D

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More than 80% of Hospitalised Covid patients are deficient in vitamin D and those with lower levels spend longer in Hospital and have higher...

Fecal Transplants can treat intestinal permeability

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Fecal transplants have now shown promise for use in treating intestinal permeability and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease according to research from Lawson Health Research...

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...

B vitamins reduce homocysteine and brain shrinkage

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Homocysteine can cause brain shrinkage Preliminary research by a team of scientists lead by David Smith, Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology at Oxford has shown that...