DO YOU HAVE IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME? HOW ABOUT FOOD ALLERGIES? OR GLUTEN SENSITIVITY? OR DO YOU HAVE ASTHMA OR ARTHRITIS? DID YOU KNOW THAT LEAKY GUT SYNDROME – MEDICALLY CALLED INCREASED INTESTINAL PERMEABILITY – CAN CAUSE THESE AND MANY OTHER CONDITIONS? THEN YOU...
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Increasing evidence has linked drinking alcohol to leaky gut syndrome. But does this apply even to moderate drinking? New evidence says yes.
Much speculation has revolved around the causes for nonalcoholic liver disease and cirrhosis over the years. New findings provide surprising links between our gut bacteria, leaky gut and the liver’s health.
European researchers have determined that supplemental probiotics decrease the incidence of a condition called increased intestinal permeability – also loosely termed by some natural health advocates as ‘leaky gut syndrome.’
Bacteria endotoxins – waste matter produced by bacteria – can flood our bodies and cause disease. This is exacerbated by leaky gut syndrome. The combination of the two has now been scientifically linked to a number of metabolic and inflammatory diseases, including heart disease.
New research is showing that wheat bran contains a special prebiotic that feeds and boosts colonies of important probiotics in our guts, while decreasing gastrointestinal issues.
Clinical research confirms fennel essential oil and curcumin reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Find out why these work so well together.
A new triple-coated formulation of peppermint oil proves to decrease pain and other symptoms of IBS with virtually no side effects.
Ulcerative colitis is an enduring condition that conventional medicine has no cure for. Evidence for an ancient natural treatment – Indigo Naturalis or Qing Dai – is building.
Premenstrual pain is reduced by Ginger – even matching the pain-relieving potency of two popular NSAIDs used for menstruation pain. Turns out that Ginger also helps with mood changes too.
New research finds that whole wheat reduces inflammation in the gut and improves our microbiome. And high fat diets increase inflammation – even in the brain – and hurt our microbiome.
Recent research confirms that an essential oil from a spice used for thousands of years for digestive problems can relieve irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Research is confirming the ancient Ayurvedic spice turmeric can treat not only type-2 diabetes, but also type-1 by boosting insulin production.
Research continues to find benefits for the Mediterranean diet. This includes a reduction in metabolic syndrome.