Tag: gut bacteria

Digestive issues? Here are some recommendations from Consumer Reports to help you help yourself.

Digestive issues? Here are some recommendations from Consumer Reports to help you help yourself. Digestive problems can lead to bloating, gassiness, and chronic inflammation.   The question is; are your problems digestive in nature or musculoskeletal?   This is hard for most people to figure out because the healthcare system that sends us from specialist to specialist fails miserably when it comes to ruling out musculoskeletal problems of the abdominal muscles or fascia.  The system has simply ignored the fact that 55% of the body systems are musculoskeletal and in allopathy, they look at the symptoms you have through a narrow lens. Read More »

Good health starts with a healthy mix of gut bacteria; here’s what scientists are learning now.

Good health starts with a healthy mix of gut bacteria; here’s what scientists are learning now. There has been a lot written about the importance of healthy gut bacteria.  The right mix of foods will yield good stools, less body inflammation and a healthier overall person.  The wrong mix of foods and too much sugar can cause the wrong mix of bacteria to proliferate, causing illness, inflammation and many of the diseases people regularly visit doctors for. Gut bacteria can be affected by antibiotics which unfortunately have been used to help animals grow and mature faster and get fatter.  The Read More »