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Immunotherapy, Cancer and Gut Bacteria

Immunotherapy is seen as a promising new treatment for cancer. Unlike the scorched-earth premise of chemotherapy and radiation, immunotherapy tries to get the person’s own immune system to take care of the cancer. It is really quite logical. When the immune systems fails to prevent cancer, it can occur.  Most natural and alternative therapies follow this line [...]

By | November 8th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Pumpkin Apple Soup

Fall is officially here and there are still vegetables and fruits, fresh from the farm, available for us to enjoy. One rare treat is Northern Spy apples. I don't know why these apples are so hard to find most of the year but they are available now.  They are the best apples for pie but this [...]

By | November 1st, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

The Swerve Experiment

Recently, I was asked by a member in the Healthy Gut community for my thoughts on Swerve. It’s a lab-made natural sweetener. I’ll let you ponder that statement for a second. Made of ingredients derived from fruits and starchy-root vegetables, it is considered zero-calorie and claims to substitute for sugar 1:1. It is called natural [...]

By | November 1st, 2017|Blog|1 Comment

Is This The Fountain of Youth?

Still not sure you should be supporting your gut? Or the value of diversity in your diet? Well if you want to be “ridiculously healthy” at age 90, a new study may change your mind. Just published in the journal MSphere, a combined Canadian-Chinese study looked at the gut microbiota for a 1000 Chinese people [...]

By | October 25th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

What Is The Healthiest Job?

I am sure you have all heard that sitting for long periods is bad for you, even if you exercise. According to the research, sitting up to 8-10 hours every day can: Increased the risk of death from any cause by 50 percent Increase heart-related issues such as chest pain or heart attack by 125 [...]

By | September 6th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Would You Eat This For Breakfast?

If you look at this and say no – you may want to think again. This breakfast is full of foods that your gut bacteria will love. More importantly – it tastes good. You can call this fast-and-easy casserole a cross between an omelette and French toast. Why is it so good? The mushrooms, asparagus, [...]

By | August 6th, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

New Antibiotics: Guess Where They Are Looking?

With a rise in antibiotic-resistant bacteria, researchers are looking for new antibiotics in the most unusual place. What is that place? Us!  Scientists have been analyzing genes from bacteria taken from the microbiome to find antibiotic properties. It is already known that “good” gut bacteria have the ability to fight “bad” bacteria. And this also [...]

By | June 16th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments
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