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Fish is also a great protein option, and fatty fish like salmon and tuna also provide immune-supporting, anti-inflammatory omega 3 fats.
Issue 7-8 | Volume 2 | July-August 2020 In this issue There’s a lot to digest in this month’s issue! (Pun intended.) So, we’ve separated it into two parts; Part 1 [July]: An Introduction to Gut Health The Gut and Mental Health The Gut and Sleep The Gut and Skin
Some simple lifestyle and diet interventions can help to improve the health of the gut and by extension, systemic health
Beef is a great protein option.
There is a bi-directional relationship between the health of the gut and microbiome and many factors that influence cardiovascular health. In this article, Dr Cliff Harvey explores the reviews of this topic.
Bacillus coagulans is a very resilient bacterium, able to withstand heat, acid, and food processing and offers an interesting option for the fortification of food and supplements.
Hair loss is commonly thought to be purely genetic or resulting from autoimmune conditions but nutritional and environmental cofactors play a role in hair loss. Evidence now also suggests that the health of the gut may also contribute to alopecia.
The gut microbiome plays an important role in many cofactors of metabolic syndrome and fat-gain including inflammation, and hunger and satiety.
Sprouts are A FANTASTIC way to increase nutrient and protein content in meals, especially for vegetarians.
The gut is important for the metabolism and excretion of steroid hormones and also helps to modulate hormone balance in other ways.
Omega-3 fats are crucial for health.
The gut-brain axis is bi-directional and the health of the gut is thought to affect headaches and migraines.
The health of the gut influences overall health and many health conditions and compelling evidence suggests a role for the gut and microbiome in regulating blood pressure.
Adequate protein is essential for health and performance.
Soy has been touted as a health food for many years. Unfortunately, there are potential negatives associated with high soy intake.