CBN News Health Reporter Lorie Johnson Explains Keys to Good Gut Health 272

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Dr. Josh Axe Your diet plays a big part in establishing gut health and supporting your microbiome’s good bacteria. Research over the past several decades has revealed evidence that there’s an inextricable link between a person’s microbiota, digestion, body weight and metabolism. In an analysis of humans and 59 additional mammalian species, microbiome environments were […]

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Megan Rossi, the Gut Health Doctor Healthy gut, happy mind: What to eat to boost how you feelThe deep connection between our guts and brains gives us ways to eat ourselves happier – and a few simple changes make all the difference, says dietician Megan Rossi Megan Rossi is a research fellow at King’s College […]

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Here’s How … . . Gut bacteria diversity can play a huge role in your health and can affect weight loss. Learn more. Timestamps0:07​ Why increase gut bacteria?0:27​ How to increase gut bacteria1:54​ What will decrease the diversity of your good bacteria? Today we’re going to talk about how to increase your gut bacteria diversity. […]

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Medical evidence shows the bacteria in our gut, that is, in our intestines, affects all aspects of our health. The key is trying to stop the things that kill our good bacteria such as antibiotic overuse, sugar, and junk food, then putting the good bacteria in our gut by eating probiotic foods and taking probiotic […]

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Our intestines, commonly called our “gut,” are home to trillions of bacteria. Healthy people have plenty of good bacteria that boost every facet of our health. However, when we don’t have enough good bacteria we can suffer from all types of health problems such as depression, weight gain, and cancer.  What causes us to have […]

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to fix your brain, fix your gut! Prof. Simon Carding from the Quadram Institute (previously known as the Institute of Food Research) and Norwich Medical School at the University of East Anglia, describes our current understanding of the human gut and its relationship with its human host and introduce the provocative proposal that gut microbes […]

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Gut bacteria, specifically Prevotella histicola, have anti-inflammatory benefits that could help treat autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and ankylosing spondylitis. Researchers examined the possibility using mice, and more studies are planned. Mayo Clinic rheumatology chair Eric Matteson, M.D., explains why this is a hot area of research. 0028

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