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Craig ™ 3m
Replying to @geedave1972
He did look terrible unfit & dare i say overweight ()
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thedigester 6h
Heal your gut with these foods.
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Verdu Lab 1h
Work from the lab of Daniel Mucida of presented at shows lymph nodes tune responses according to segment and context. Proximal LNs favour tolerance, distal LNs favour effector T cells.
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Science Magazine Jul 11
Researchers have designed a that can help digestive tracts damaged by acute childhood malnutrition develop a mature microbial community, necessary for proper growth and functioning. Read the study in Science:
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Texas Gastro Inst. 8h
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thedigester 11h
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Zentainer 9h
What do you trust more when making a decision? or your ?
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thedigester Jul 18
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Sabrina Green Jul 18
This week, Sabrina Green, a graduate student at Baylor College of Medicine, tells us how gut pathogens like ExPEC could be treated with phages, describes the challenges, and highlights her own research on the topic.
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Jenn Zapata 17h
My is awesome. The end.
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thedigester Jul 18
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Haiku Desu Jul 10
i do not allow the quantum scale to perturb my frame of reference
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Dr. Jay Wrigley Jul 17
Gut health & gut bacteria are the most overlooked elements of hormonal balance ( menopause, thyroid issues, estrogen excess). The microbiome is now considered an endocrine organ. It controls the production and inhibition of major hormones.
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Ge 5h
A sass a day keeps the basics away
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Roksana Pirzgalska Jul 17
recent paper suggesting an intestinal origin for Parkinson’s disease: intestinal bacterial infection in Pink1 KO mice => infiltration of mitochondria-specific CD8+ T cells in the brain(with a capacity to kill dopaminergic neurons in vitro) - axis
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SIICP - Bengaluru Smiles Jul 16
Your gut’s power to think for itself is no surprise, there are millions of in its lengthy coils. Not only does our have brain cells it can also grow new ones.
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Angel Wings Jul 13
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eleni gentekaki Jul 14
I am unsure about this one...
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Dr.Prajakta, M.D. 18h
Life is all abt choices u make .. at tyms u may get confused so as to wot is good fr u Remember ur “GUT” is ur guru at that time Trust ur instincts n live ur life
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Precious Kingsley 14h
REFUSE FAILURE, NEGATIVE EMOTIONS, SITUATIONS AND CIRCUMSTANCES TO BREAK YOU AND PULL YOU DOWN! . . . YOU ARE WIRED FOR SUCCESS! . . . .
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