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The process of fermentation uses bacteria, yeast and other beneficial microorganisms to produce foods that support a healthy gut—and body.
Some antibiotics’ effect on bacteria in the gut may predispose some to this disease, scientists say.
Transforming the more common type A blood into type O could build up blood supplies and reduce shortages around the globe.
The effects of probiotics on HIV treatment
Foods that contain good bacteria
Belief in the power of food to heal the body is gaining more acceptance as scientific findings emerge to support this feeling in our gut.
Findings show that a complex community of microorganisms that live in our digestive tract may be linked to depression.
Eating insects might help improve gastrointestinal health.
Findings show that nonantibiotic medications can also affect the bacterial balance in our gut.
New research from Sweden suggests flora in the small intestine may accelerate the development of this common age-related illness.
Studies show caesarean deliveries may increase the risk for type 1 diabetes, childhood obesity and asthma.
When bacteria from the gut to moves into the bloodstream of NASH patients, it worsens their liver disease.
Experts say fake sugars are possibly hurting--not helping--those looking to combat health issues such as obesity and diabetes.
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