Tagged as gut bacteria

Many have started to realize that our guts are complex biological systems filled with trillions of -microscopic residents. This diverse array of bacteria live in cooperation with our bodies, working to keep our systems balanced and functioning—and in return, we offer them a place to live. Experts have warned for some time now that -antibiotics- can have harmful impacts on our gut health, but now they’re...
January 11, 2021
Bacteria influence our bodies in ways even experts struggle to understand. Invaders can ravage a system, some attacking with such speed and fury that they can overwhelm and kill their hosts despite all efforts to stop them. In some cases, the damage and waste products bacteria leave behind could be equally as devastating. Some bacteria might even contribute to many different autoimmune and neurodegenerative...
January 7, 2021
Research has found that between 90 to 100% of long-term, heavy drinkers may have fatty liver disease. FLD condition may be responsible for 44% of liver disease deaths, making it among the most preventable causes of mortality in the United States. But a new therapy may help balance the odds. What Causes Fatty Liver Disease? - Doctors diagnose fatty liver disease when fat tissue makes up -5% or more-...
November 16, 2020
Gut bacteria might not seem like a cancer-fighting weapon, but as it turns out, it might well be. A recent study discovered that a type of bacteria in the guts of mice triggered an immune system response to tumor cells — which could have the potential to naturally ward off cancer. Probiotics May Do More Than We Thought — Including Fight Cancer - Everyone has bacteria in their gut. In most cases, that’s...
July 6, 2020