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Dr. Galland’s Talk at Healthy Gut Summit on Feb. 9

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Are you one of 70 million people suffering from digestive diseases in the United States? You might be… and not even know your gut is the cause!

We are excited to announce that internationally recognized integrated doctor Leo Galland is to give a special talk on Feb. 9 at The Healthy Gut Summit, a free online event.
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The Gut Microbiome and the Brain

Leo GallandMicrobiome stories fill the news. The impact of intestinal microbes on health and disease is widely considered a breakthrough area for scientific research.

But what does it mean for you?

Dr. Leo Galland’s groundbreaking  new article reveals how the millions of microbes in your gut may influence what is going on in your head.
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High-Fat Meals More Harmful to Males

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When it comes to nutritional guidance against obesity, one size may not fit all.

New study reveals that an occasional high-fat meal may be okay for women, but for men at risk for obesity, it is definitely a no-go.

Deborah Clegg, a scientist with Cedars-Sinai Diabetes and Obesity Research Institute and a team of international researchers found Continue reading

 

Beware How Much You Drink

By Austin Perlmutter

When it comes to drinking, too much alcohol wreaks havoc on the body, creating a pro-inflammatory state that burns out the liver and induces dementia.

88,000 Americans die from excessive alcohol use each year. Beyond the expected increase in risk of violence and injuries associated with intoxication, high levels of alcohol over years will damage the heart, liver, brain and blood vessels, as well as increase risk for multiple cancers.

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