Tag: gut bacteria

Exercise can have a positive effect on your gut bacteria

Studies have shown time and again that exercise benefits your gut health... heart and brain… helps you sleep better... and live longer.

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Good gut bacteria can help prevent childhood asthma

We’ve grown up with the idea that bacteria is bad for you. But it isn’t always… at least if it’s the kind that helps to protect children from developing asthma.

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Chronic sleeplessness wrecks your gut bacteria

Getting only a few hours of sleep per night may throw the balance of your gut bacteria off-kilter, according to a new study. And specifically, your sleep deprivation may be giving you high levels [...]

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Keep pneumonia at bay in 5 simple steps

Pneumonia can spread in a number of ways, and a new study shows that it may even be lurking in your kitchen or bathroom – but you can lessen your chances of getting it with a few simple changes.

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Natural relief for ulcerative colitis

Studies have found that everything from probiotics to herbal Chinese cures can help keep ulcerative colitis in check.

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Red wine and coffee are a good mix for your gut bacteria

Gut bacteria need diversity – and red wine, tea, and coffee are among the recommended foods that mix things up in your gut to keep you healthy.

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Healthy gut bacteria can stop cancer cold

There are two opposing types gut bacteria growing and flourishing in your gut: one that promotes inflammation, and another that reduces inflammation. Your gut is at war, and whichever side wins [...]

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