Gut bacteria linked to autism

Jun 11, 14 Gut bacteria linked to autism

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The digestive tract is home to more than 100 trillion microorganisms. That’s ten times the number of cells in the human body! Although humans can survive without these tiny guests, they perform a host of useful functions, such as fermenting unused food, preventing growth of harmful bacteria, producing vitamins, and training the...

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Does gluten sensitivity exist? Debunking the recent headlines

Jun 04, 14 Does gluten sensitivity exist? Debunking the recent headlines

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Recent health headlines proclaimed gluten sensitivity doesn’t exist, fueling a backlash against the gluten-free diet as a baseless fad. These stories point to a recent study questioning the relationship between non-celiac gluten sensitivity and digestive symptoms. Sadly, they mislead the public by glossing over major points of...

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Coffee enemas for detox, liver support, and glutathione boost

May 28, 14 Coffee enemas for detox, liver support, and glutathione boost

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When most people hear the term “coffee enema” they think, “Oh, gross!” But before you click the back button, consider the following; coffee enemas have been known to: greatly relieve chronic pain help boost energy levels relieve depression improve mental clarity and sluggishness ease die-off symptoms during cleanse regimens aid...

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Hidden gluten in medications and home and body products

May 21, 14 Hidden gluten in medications and home and body products

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So you’re officially gluten-free. You have your kitchen and shopping lists dialed in and you know how to look for hidden gluten in packaged foods. Ready to go! But wait — did you know that some body products and household items, as well as over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription medications contain hidden gluten? These items...

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