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Thryve Mar 16
We all have some form of . The question is...what are you we going to do about it? Read more:
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Jorge Luis G Feb 28
Replying to @SBakerMD
😍Me too, Doc, but we got divorced a while back😔, still love it though, that´s one hell of an addictive crap...😖
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hyper©️arnivore - Travis Statham Feb 11
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Your Body Proud 3h
Your Really Needs Fiber, Not by When our resident microbes go hungry for long, they start to eat through the better part of that barrier, opening up holes for all kinds of material to escape into the bloodstream
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Cedars Chiropractic Clinic Mar 15
First attempt at making cultured vegetables ; improving the health of the gut is essential to the of the body ! Thank you Lauren Leeth for getting me into the kitchen 🙂
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pdjmoo Feb 17
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8extremes Feb 23
Feinstein turned her back on CA & US No one in their healthy mind would side withMonsanto who is harming every generation it touches Remove from food like products Bcuz new diseases include IBS ADHD AcidReflux Avoid all geneticallyModified crops
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Maribel Aviles, M.D. Mar 8
Meeting with Sarah, from Kashaya. Strong probiotic yogurts regeneration of microbiome .Now available at my office. Members, ask for a discount!
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Eva Anderson 17h
I’ve known there’s a connection between your gut and brain but leaky brain? Just wow 😯
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Weiss Method Tennessee Mar 17
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AbsoluteAnanda Mar 12
Recent research sees an intriguing relationship b/n gut & brain health. Anxiety & depression might improve w supplements. RT: Why nutritional psychiatry is the future of mental health treatment ? utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=twitterbutton
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Who? Weekly Mar 12
meanwhile we have a BRAND NEW EPISODE ft and
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Fairfield Nutrition Mar 11
What is leaky gut and why should I care? Leaky gut is the opening of 'tight junctions' in our gut wall, that allows the uncontrolled passage of substances into the blood stream. This can cause an inflammatory response in the body.
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Leaky Gut Research Feb 18
"Vitamin A improves the intestinal barrier function and reverses LPS-induced intestinal barrier damage via enhancing the expression of tight junction proteins. "
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Jennifer Haley Standing Strong Mar 9
*Excessive sugar cravings Excessive processed foods and sugars can lower the quantity of good micro organisms in your gut. Excessive amounts of refined sugars have been linked to increased inflammation in the body.
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Nefe Oguntoye Feb 14
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8extremes Mar 3
ALLmonsantoClaims are FALSE Why would youContinue DoingBusiness wThem TheirLack ofEthics Omissions of PertinentData Changing SEED DNA to ADD Toxins How manyTimes can someone LIE to YouBefore You WalkAway
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Melissa Viesca Feb 15
I’m convinced everyone on a western diet has and to some degree and that it’s the source of most of our problems
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Cognub_Microbiome 15h
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SuppVersity.com Mar 8
- Hesperidin may help: "Hesperidin can protect against intestinal inflammation via enhanced the Nrf2 antioxidant pathway, increased the Treg population and restore intestinal barrier function." Hesperidin...
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