Don’t overlook the bacteria in our gut. They can be very telling about our health.
Finnish scientists found that Parkinson’s disease sufferers have a different microbiota in their intestines than their healthy counterparts.
“Our most important observation was that patients with Parkinson’s have much less bacteria from the Prevotellaceae family; unlike the control group, practically no one in the patient group had a large quantity of bacteria from this family,” said Filip Scheperjans, neurologist at the University of Helsinki Continue reading →
Researchers from Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai Roosevelt hospitals found that fatigue, increased irritability and demoralization, also known as vital exhaustion, may raise the risk of first-time cardiovascular disease by 36 percent. Continue reading →
Antioxidant Vitamin C has been shown to cut oxidative stress from people engaging in vigorous exercise. Latest research indicates that it actually improves respiratory symptoms for people after exercise.
In several studies, vitamin C administration reduces oxidative stress markers caused by exercise. Vitamin C is also involved in the metabolism of histamine, prostaglandins, and cysteinyl leukotrienes, all of which appear to be mediators in the pathogenesis of exercise-induced bronchoconstriction. Continue reading →
I hope you enjoyed reading Part 1 about Killing Yeast. Yeast overgrowth may affect as much as 70% of the population and is often the silent enemy negatively affecting the health of millions of Americans. Yeast overgrowth also referred to as Candida Albicans is typically caused by:
Over-consumption of high sugar and high carbohydrate foods, cookies, cakes, pasta, bread, candy