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  • Chris Woollams Health WatchGut bacteria, bone density, osteoporosis, age, gut microbiome, inflammatory markers, diet, skeletal metabolism, osteomicrobiology, Akkermansia, obesity, clostridiales, poor bone density

    Gut bacteria, bone density and osteoporosis

    It seems extremely likely that certain gut bacteria are associated with weak bone density and osteoporosis, while others are associated with the ingredients for good bone health as we age.

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  • Chris Woollams Health WatchGut bacteria, bone density, osteoporosis, age, gut microbiome, inflammatory markers, diet, skeletal metabolism, osteomicrobiology, Akkermansia, obesity, clostridiales, poor bone density

    Gut bacteria, bone density and osteoporosis

    It seems extremely likely that certain gut bacteria are associated with weak bone density and osteoporosis, while others are associated with the ingredients for good bone health as we age. The gut microbiome is known to have a direct effect on inflammatory markers, particularly cytokines that stimulate bone loss in mice via ‘osteoclastogenesis’. In one previous study, gut microbiota were…

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  • Rainbow DietDepression, anxiety, Junk food, Research, Rainbow, diet, organic, microbiome

    Junk food raises levels of depression and anxiety

    Consuming significant amounts of highly processed, high sugar foods, low fibre, refined oils, reconstituted meat products and empty calorie beverages impacts mental health, increasing the risk of both anxiety and depression. We all understand that we have been through an era of Junk food and fizzy soft drinks that made us ill. (Oh, that this were true! One study showed…

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  • Icon MagazinesIcon Volume 11 Issue 3, Integrative Cancer, Oncology News, Book, Healthy, Cancer, Diet, Exercise, Repurposed drugs, Polyphenols, Stress, Mediterranean food, Mediterranean diet, Supplements, CANCERactive

    Icon Volume 11 Issue 3

    Find out how to get your copy HERE. IMPORTANT HEALTH WARNING No products should be considered as treatments or cures for Cancer. Although it is very unlikely that your doctor or oncologist has any in-depth knowledge of natural compounds and herbs and their benefits or any side-effects, you should always seek qualified medical opinion for any contra indications with the drugs…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    Increased cancer survival due to diet and physical activity

    Increased cancer survival can be achieved through diet and exercise according to a major study from the American Cancer Society. Since many people with cancer now address these two complementary therapies, this research also shows claims by charities such as Cancer Research UK that increases in cancer survival are ‘because of new and better drugs’ to be at best exaggerated…

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