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Although it wasn’t what they were looking for, the findings aren’t surprising: stress and bacteria types can cause tumors in the colon. Researchers were looking to see how bacteria in the intestines might contribute to (or outright cause) inflammation. Instead they discovered that stress-activated genes plus the right sort of bacteria can cause colon cancer, […]

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Be proactive, not reactive as we head into fall next month. In other words, don’t wait until you get sick, take steps now to manage and protect your health! One great tool to take advantage of is a nebulizer. You don’t need a prescription or drugs to use one, you can use a natural supplement […]

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Chipotle will be retraining employees on food safety after a store sickened hundreds of people by leaving out warm food. The bacteria that sickened everyone, Clostridium perfringens, is commonly found in prepared food that’s left out for a long time before serving. It’s not just the problem of one chain. An employee at an Ohio […]

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Study after study ties our gut bacteria (as well as bacteria found elsewhere, like the skin and genitals) to unexpected aspects off our health, like our body’s ability to regulate our weight, to our mood and even personality, to our heart health and more! Here’s how you can take that information and start improving your […]

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Sugar is the biggest villain in nutrition these days. Part of the vitriol it gets, I think at least in part, is due to some righteous anger about how the sugar industry put blame on fat, and denied Americans decades of delicious, savory, fatty meals. Now we have the keto diet where you’re encouraged to […]

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