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If you have leftover Halloween candy in the house, or can’t help stocking up on that November 1st discount, if you look forward to Thanksgiving for its overindulgence, if you can’t help but try each Christmas treat… make sure you read up on these tips to help manage your weight (and health!). Here’s what’s new […]

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While there’s now lots of evidence showing weight is strongly tied to gut bacteria, the research into just exactly how that works is still pouring in. One new study has found that the wrong sort of bacteria can change how your gastrointestinal tract perceives where you are in your circadian rhythm, and can really mess […]

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Does Your Gut Define You?

August 7, 2017

Research has been diving into the science of gut bacteria (and viruses, too). It impacts everything from digestive health, to weight, to less expected things like mood and even personality. The most startling evidence for the impact of gut health comes from fecal transplants. A very effective, minimally invasive, and usually safe way to treat […]

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Is a Virus Driving You to Eat?

December 28, 2016

It’s pretty well established that your gut biome, the good (and sometimes bad) bacteria in your digestive tract impact many aspects of health, impacts many aspects of health, weight, in particular. Researchers have been working to untangle which bacteria, and combinations upon combinations of bacteria, have what effects. Occasionally, they’ll pinpoint a bacterium, or an […]

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Most diseases have multiple factors that contribute to their onset. While eating less and exercising more helps to reduce your risk of obesity and diabetes, you might be able to make that track more successful by first addressing your gut bacteria. The tie between what type of gut bacteria you have and your weight is […]

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