Research proves that probiotics help treat diarrhea caused by antibiotic treatments.
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Nuts are nutritious, and our gut bacteria like them too. Turns out nuts and probiotics help our heart.
Research confirms that probiotics can reduce stress and anxiety by changing the gut-brain axis.
The German E-coli outbreak of 2011 has a lot to do with our resident gut microbes. Learn how probiotics can help prevent outbreaks.
A steady stream of research has confirmed that medicinal mushrooms have antiviral properties, and some research has suggested medicinal mushrooms can seriously fight the flu.
Why does more than 80% of the world’s population have H. pylori without health consequences, while Western versions of H. pylori infections are linked to ulcers, gastritis and stomach cancer? Find out.
Clinical research continues to prove that certain herbs can significantly increase breast milk production and thereby safely increase baby’s weight and growth.
Research confirms that kelp, bladderwrack and other seaweeds boost cognition and brain health. They also balance blood sugar and may help diabetes and obesity.
Want an easy way to drop some pounds? Multiple studies prove that increasing our dietary fiber intake helps reduce weight naturally. Find out how much fiber you need and the best sources.
Researchers have found that a particular species of soil bacteria helps protect us from melanoma. Turns out our gardening time comes with extra benefits.
Research from around the world is confirming that gingivitis, periodontal disease and tooth decay are associated with different forms of heart disease.
Recent scientific research is unveiling at least part of the reason bacteria don’t usually become resistant to herbal antibiotics. Turns out that herbs block the quorum sensing ability of the bacteria.
A number of recent studies from around the world have confirmed that the Artemisia herb significantly inhibits several types of cancers.
2017 research finds that food allergies are increasing in adults as well as children. Find out how much and what is causing this increase.