• Chris Woollams Health Watchicon magazine, cancer, Integrative cancer treatment, magazine, CANCERactive

    The best foods for Gut Health

    Certain foods are excellent for your gut health, promoting larger numbers and a greater diversity of healthy bacteria, which provide greater levels of anti-inflammatory and health beneficial compounds.

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  • Chris Woollams Health WatchCerebral Palsy, child epilepsy, microbiome, brain, Gut-brain axis, brain injury, childhood-onset, Bacteroides, Lactobacillus, Intestinibacter, Bifidobacterium

    Cerebral Palsy and Child Epilepsy linked to significantly altered microbiome

    Cerebral palsy and epilepsy in children¬† are two interactive neurological diseases.¬† According to the American Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) a staggering 1 in 345 children now have Cerebral Palsy. This represents a quite alarming growth rate over the past 20 years. In that time, antibiotic and vaccine use has increased markedly in the USA. Unfortunately, the clinical…

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  • Rainbow DietRainbow Diet, foods, health, colourful Mediterranean diet, Mediterranean diet, inflammatory bowel disease, IBD, gut, Ruminococcus, Firmicutes, Clostridium bolteae, Coprobacillus, Lachnospiraceae, Oscillibacter, bacterial species, Faecalibacterium, Bifidobacterium, Lactobacillus, and Enterococcus, mucosal protection, anti-inflammatory, invented, Keto diet, FODMAP diet,

    Gut microbiome study links Rainbow Diet foods to good health

    Certain foods, like olive oil, oily fish, red wine, nuts and seeds, vegetables, fruits and pulses (legumes), consistently promote human health because new research shows they increase numbers of helpful bacteria producing anti-inflammatory and beneficial compounds. These foods are commonplace in the colourful Mediterranean diet. These foods can correct and protect. Is the wonderful diet you are eating for your…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    Mediterranean Diet alters microbiome to lower breast cancer risk

    Researchers from the Wake Forest School of Medicine have shown that a Mediterranean Diet increases the levels of Lactobacillus bacteria in breasts to levels normally found in healthy rather than malignant tissue. Previous research studies have shown that breast tissue has its own microbiome and that this differs between healthy breasts and those with cancer. Those with cancer have much,…

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