Could costly ‘activated’ nuts be better for your gut?

Could costly ‘activated’ nuts be better for your gut? Manufacturers are now selling processed varieties which help your body absorb nutrients better Process starts by soaking raw nuts in salted water, then drying them in an oven  Begins germination process and releases enzymes that break down phytic acid Priya Tew, a dietitian based in Southampton, says benefits would be marginal e-mail […]

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Cancer tumours in the gut feed off sugary drinks, new study shows

Cancer tumours in the gut feed off sugary drinks, new study shows Sugar may help fuel cancer by speeding up the growth of tumours in the body  Mice consuming high-fructose corn syrup saw intestinal tumours grow faster Amount is equivalent of people drinking about 12 ounces of a sugary drink a day  e-mail 10 View comments Sugar could be fuelling […]

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Gut microbiota helps to maintain core body temperature under cold exposure

The gut microbiome has been shown to have diverse impacts on human and animal physiology and health. Now, a research group led by Prof. John R. Speakman from the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, has revealed the important role of gut microbiota in thermoregulation—the way animals respond to cold exposure. During cold exposure, it is […]

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Dietary factors affecting gut microbiome may influence response to immunotherapy in melanoma patients

Among melanoma patients treated with anti-PD-1 immunotherapy, consumption of a high-fiber diet was associated with higher gut microbiome diversity and better response to treatment, according to data presented during a media preview of the AACR Annual Meeting 2019, to be held March 29-April 3 in Atlanta. “We found that diet and supplements appear to have an effect on a patient’s […]

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Health: Fermented vegetables strengthens our intestinal flora and the immune system

The intestines with fermented vegetables a boost Earlier vegetables was fermented to make it for the cold Season durable. Today, the Ferment is appreciated but also because of its good compatibility and aromatic taste. The vegetables are not only more durable, but it also strengthens the intestines and the immune system. Daily eat more vegetables Health experts recommend daily to […]

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Diet: Fermented vegetables strengthens our intestinal flora and the immune system

The intestines with fermented vegetables a boost Earlier vegetables was fermented to make it for the cold Season durable. Today, the Ferment is appreciated but also because of its good compatibility and aromatic taste. The vegetables are not only more durable, but it also strengthens the intestines and the immune system. Daily eat more vegetables Health experts recommend daily to […]

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Targeting chemical signals between the gut and brain could lead to new treatment for obesity

New research published in The Journal of Physiology has shed light on how to disrupt chemical signals that affect how much someone eats, which could lead to a method for helping manage obesity. Obesity is one of today’s most prevalent public health concerns. In the UK it affects around 1 in every 4 adults and around 1 in every 5 […]

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Research: gut bacteria can affect the risk for heart attack and stroke strong

Bacteria in the intestine, risk of heart attack affect A healthy intestinal flora makes an important contribution to the protection against infections, allergies and other diseases, is known for a long time. Researchers have now found that intestinal bacteria also have an influence on the risk for heart attack and stroke. Number of deaths due to heart disease increased According […]

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Study reveals gut microbes may help protect people having a bone marrow transplant

Researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) reported results from a new study that looks at the likelihood of complications for people undergoing bone marrow transplants (BMTs). The observational study found that people with lower gut microbiota diversity before having a transplant appear to be at higher risk for developing complications. These findings further support evidence that the connection […]

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