Your immune system is always vulnerable. Therefore, you must know how to strengthen and stabilize it.
Good bacteria is beneficial to one's overall health. However, a scientist speculates that not enough good bacteria might reach the gut via eating fermented foods. Thankfully, another expert weigh in and offers a solution to this gut problem.
These days, a lot of focus being put on the health of the elderly population, who now not only wish to live longer, but live well. Hence, the renewed interests in nutraceuticals, which ensure that people above 50 years get added vitamins and minerals in order to lead a healthy life.
When we talk about probiotics, the term Lactobacillus may seem to be familiar to most. However, they are only one of a large group of bacteria that offers numerous health benefits. Currently, scientists are exploring the effects of probiotics in preventing as well as treating allergies, including food allergies.
Researchers are simply starting to open why and how good bacteria that live in your gut and help digestion can support your health. Research proposes they are in charge of advantages including supporting the immune system, easing despair and avoiding weight. Check these common sources of healthy probiotics.
'Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future' author David Wolfe says: "We are eating too much of the wrong thing, and not enough of the right thing." Fortunately a much greater appreciation for healthy eating and food supplements as superfoods are now being seen among an ever widening audience. Here are a few of these wonders of nature recommended for 2016 as compiled in The Huffington Post.
One of the best, and oldest, ways to liven up a dish or a meal is by adding a side-dish or table seasoning made with fermented food. Why fermented food? The benefits outlined by Dr. David Williams are encouraging validations for going on the fermented route: Traditional fermented foods assist in managing the balance of stomach acid production; act as digestive aids that help the body produce acetylcholine, provide benefits to diabetics; assist in inhibiting the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the body.
Consuming probiotics to improve your health and protect your immune system has gained quite a bit of traction in recent years, becoming similar to the “superfood” trends of kale and avocado.
A recent study indicates that a probiotic blended with milkshake can actually help us against weight gain. These findings were released in the journal Obesity.
Probiotics Can Help Prevent Peanut Allergies: Studies from University of Chicago Proved Bacteria on Gut Can Cure Condition
Are you fond of eating peanuts or chocolates with almonds, pecans or walnuts? Did you recently grab your favorite chocolate bar and experienced tingling sensation and nausea? If you are one of those people experiencing these symptoms after consuming food with peanuts on it, then you may probably have peanut allergy.Based on a recent study conducted on mice by Cathryn Nagler, an immunologist at the University of Chicago, Probiotics can help Prevent Peanut Allergies. Researchers reveal that bacteria on the gut may be a solution for people suffering from the toxic food allergy.
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