Parkinson’s disease is a challenging illness to treat because scientists lack a clear understanding of its precise causes. Although there is a genetic component, researchers have long been focusing on the environmental factors that lead to the disease, and one recent study found a connection between antibiotics and gut microbe changes that raise a person’s risk of … Continue reading Study: Antibiotics found to affect gut microbes and increase the risk of Parkinson’s
Source: Bacteriophages: A Novel Concept in Probiotics! by Dr. Edward Group By now, most people know that probiotic supplements give your gut a boost of good bacteria and provide many health benefits. But experts have identified an exciting new ingredient that can take gut health to the next level — bacteriophages. Pioneering companies like Global Healing are using … Continue reading Bacteriophages: A Novel Concept in Probiotics!
Source: The Gut-Immune System Connection: 6 Ways to Boost Immune Health Through the Gut by Dr. Edward Group The digestive system doesn’t get enough credit. Not only does it break down the food you eat, but it also plays a major role in keeping you healthy. There’s a strong connection between your gut and your immune … Continue reading The Gut-Immune System Connection: 6 Ways to Boost Immune Health Through the Gut
Keeping a well-balanced gut microbial composition is key to controlling hunger, managing weight and maintaining good overall health, according to a recent study. Chinese researchers discussed the concept behind the gut flora-centric theory (GFCT), a new hypothesis that focuses on the biological motivation of why humans need to eat food every day. The GFCT was born from the experience of … Continue reading Keeping your gut flora healthy is the key to maintaining good health
Source: Transient vs. Resident Probiotics: What’s the Difference? by Dr. Edward Group The popularity of probiotics is soaring, and for good reason: the tiny microorganisms living in your gut have a huge impact on your health. But did you know that there are two different kinds of probiotic supplements? They are called resident and transient strains. If … Continue reading Transient vs. Resident Probiotics: What’s the Difference?
Source: Gut Health Kit: What If You Could Reset Your Gut in Just 30 Days? by Dr. Edward Group "I was so bloated that I looked nine months pregnant," explains Andrea D., a school secretary from Madison, Wisconsin. "Anything I ate would come right back up, but I was still gaining unwanted weight." With pain rippling … Continue reading Gut Health Kit: What If You Could Reset Your Gut in Just 30 Days?
Your lifelong health may have been decided the day you were born, says microbiome researcher Henna-Maria Uusitupa. In this fascinating talk, she shows how the gut microbes you acquire during birth and as an infant impact your health into adulthood -- and discusses new microbiome research that could help tackle problems like obesity and diabetes. … Continue reading How the gut microbes you’re born with affect your lifelong health|Henna-Maria Uusitupa
Dr. Group talks about an epidemic affecting adults and children alike — anxiety and depression. Life can be tough sometimes, and with so many people diagnosed with these conditions every day, it’s time to get down to the root cause. If you or a loved one is going through this, know that you are not … Continue reading Anxiety | Tips to Help Ease the Struggle
Source: How Licorice Root Benefits & Balances Candida Overgrowth by Dr. Edward Group In ancient Egypt, if you wanted something sweet to quench your thirst, you couldn’t grab a sports drink at a local convenience store. Instead, Egyptians made a liquid drink from licorice root that looked like tea. Pharaohs and prophets alike drank the tea … Continue reading How Licorice Root Benefits & Balances Candida Overgrowth
Source: Anise Seed: An All-Natural Remedy For Candida & Fungus by Dr. Edward Group With delicate, white floral bouquets atop long branches, the anise plant lends a lovely look to any yard or wild field. Related to fennel and Queen Anne’s lace, anise (Pimpinella anisum) is originally native to the eastern Mediterranean region. While the lacy … Continue reading Anise Seed: An All-Natural Remedy For Candida & Fungus