Probiotics for Colds – They shorten the number of sick days

In a society where our microbiomes have been irreparably damaged by our poor diets, toxins in our food, chlorine in our water, and worst of all, by taking antibiotics, taking probiotics is a good idea if you want to be healthy and prevent illness. Interestingly, new data from the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition has found that supplementing with probiotics can significantly shorten the number of sick days in children with acute upper respiratory infections after they are already sick.

The study found that the median number of sick days for children who started probiotics on the first day of …

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Antibiotics: A Major Source of Disease – You don’t need them in the first place

Praised as one of modern medicine’s greatest achievements, antibiotics are in fact one of its greatest blunders. Extremely destructive to the human body, antibiotics are a major source of disease.  

Most people are aware that the widespread use of antibiotics has spawned deadly super-bugs that no antibiotic can kill. But an even worse problem has been the effect on our population’s long-term health. Here is what you need to know:

An antibiotic is a toxic chemical, called a mycotoxin, which is produced by molds. Molds produce mycotoxins to kill bacteria that would otherwise compete with the mold. Mycotoxins are so …

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The Missing Link to Good Health – Are You Getting Enough Fiber?

Getting adequate amounts of fiber can be your missing link to better health. Many health experts recommend consuming 35 to 50 grams of fiber per day. The average American gets about 15 grams. This deficiency is having a huge effect on our health. Just one example is highlighted in a 2007 study in the International Journal of Epidemiology, which concluded that a fiber-rich diet cut the risk of breast cancer in half.

For many Americans, fiber is the missing link they need to get well and stay well. Here’s why. The bacteria living in your gut are crucial to your …

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Do You Use Artificial Sweeteners – They Disrupt Gut Bacteria

Artificial sweeteners are toxic, manmade molecules that are dangerous to your health and can even cause you to gain weight. Adding to the warnings about artificial sweeteners, a 2014 study in the journal Nature found that they alter the composition of gut bacteria in those who use them.

The bacteria in your gut play a fundamental role in your health. Disrupting them can have a devastating effect, depressing your immunity, generating toxins and causing many diseases from autoimmune syndromes to cancer and mental problems. The study in Nature showed that the gut bacteria in those using artificial sweeteners were fundamentally …

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