Exploring the Link between Gut Bacteria and Human Health

More than 100 trillion naturally occurring bacteria live in the human digestive tract, and scientists have only just begun to…

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Is Your Gut Getting in the Way of a Good Night’s Rest?

Recently we’ve been hearing a lot about the gut-brain connection—the natural link between your digestive tract and your brain that…

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Study Finds Unexpected Link between Fasting and Inflammation

In an effort to better understand the gut-brain connection and its benefits to human health, researchers at the Salk Institute…

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Early Exercise Bolsters Gut Bacteria, Improves Health Later

According to a study from the University of Colorado Boulder, being physically active in our early years may benefit our…

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Study to Look at Gut Brain Connection in Reverse

We know from previous studies that differences in gut bacteria can affect our mood, our behavior, and even the way…

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Is Too Much Fat and Sugar Dulling Your Brain?

Until only recently, it may have seemed silly to say the bacteria in your digestive tract can somehow “talk” to…

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Study Uncovers Link between Parkinson’s and Gut Bacteria

Researchers in Finland found that people with Parkinson’s disease have distinctly different gut bacteria, and finding out more may one…

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Fermented Foods May Help Reduce Anxiety

Can adding more fermented foods to your diet benefit your mental health? It seems it might, say researchers from the…

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Study Links Gut Bacteria to Toddlers’ Behavior

What do those terrible twos have to do with gut bacteria? More than parents may think, say researchers from Ohio…

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Gut Microbes May Shape Our Minds, Mood and Behavior

The next time someone tells you to “listen to your gut” it may be wise follow their advice. Thanks to…

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