Gut Health Can Be Passed Along, Fiber is the Key

Imagine for a moment that what you eat might have an impact on the intestinal health of your children. And…

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Need a Good Reason to Get Out More? Being Social Benefits Your Gut

Not only have previous studies linked frequent social interaction to improvements in heart health, mood and overall quality of life,…

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Is Stress Wiping Out Your Good Bacteria?

More than 100 trillion microbes live and work in harmony inside the human body (mainly in the gut) to help…

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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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When it Comes to Probiotics, Do You Know the Rule of L’s and B’s?

Probiotics are the friendly microbes in your gut that help support digestive and immune health*, but did you know that…

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Try this Quick Tip for Healthy Weight Management

Researchers at the University of Navarra in Spain have found that eating a diet rich in prebiotic foods may support…

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Can Probiotics in Early Infancy Help Reduce Diabetes Risk?

Yes, say researchers at the University of South Florida in Tampa. In a study involving roughly 7,500 children in the…

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Taking Antibiotics Can Change Your Gut Bacteria for Months

Antibiotics are beneficial in many cases, but taking them too often may be leading us down a harmful path. In…

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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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Gut Bacteria May One Day Help Prevent Heart Disease

Dr. Jingyuan Fu believes we still have a lot to learn about gut bacteria and its link to heart health.…

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Pssst… Wanna Hear 10 Surprising Facts about Probiotics?

Did you know there are about 100 trillion bacteria in or around your body right now? Don’t worry—that’s a good…

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Study: Celiac Linked to Gut Bacteria

Roughly one in every 133 Americans has celiac disease, an immune disorder that often causes debilitating digestive symptoms because of…

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Study: Healthy Aging Begins with a Balanced Gut

Early in life—and quite possibly starting in the womb—each of us begins to develop a unique population of bacteria inside…

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Can Poop Transplants Help Wipe Out Superbugs?

Widespread antibiotic resistance is a major problem in America today. It happens when our bodies become resistant to the effects…

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Friendly Bacteria Find a Buddy in Omega-3

A team of researchers from the UK and New Zealand revealed that Omega-3 EPA from fish oil may have a…

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