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Good Bacteria

Unless you’re closely following all the health studies that come out, you may not be aware that there’s a big new player in the world of health: bacteria. Not the kind of bacteria that make you sick, but the kind that keep you healthy—they support heart health, mental health, how we age, how we digest […]

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Probiotics are the new answer to many health problems: they can heavily influence our weight, our mood and thoughts, our digestion, and so much more. They can protect us from invading pathogens, or open the door wide (if we have bad bacteria). So here’s something not at all surprising: they likely also play a role […]

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HPV has had a well funded PR campaign for almost two decades. For a refresher, it’s the series of viruses tied to warts and cancer (cervical cancer is the main one, but it’s possible it can cause cancer in other parts of the body, like the throat). It’s spread by skin-to-skin contact, and is fairly […]

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Get Your Greens

June 7, 2018

Green veggies, and leafs in particular, are full of good for you nutrients: iron, chlorophyll, and a long list of vitamins and minerals. Ideally, you’re getting a pretty large serving of a variety of greens each day, giving you a nutritional boost, a fiber boost for digestion, and supporting good bacteria, which flourish when you […]

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Study after study is pushing what we know about probiotics, AKA the good bacteria in your gut, on your skin, and elsewhere further into miracle treatment territory. Cultivating good bacteria may help with depression, diseases of other parts of the body like the heart, and may be an effective, side-effect free treatment of eczema, among […]

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