Microbes or the fire pit? Fermented foods rather than cooking believed to have supported brain evolution

Could it be possible that fermentation was what drove significant growth of the human brain? 

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More Young People Than Ever Will Get Colorectal Cancer This Year - Diet and Screening Can Help

Colorectal cancer is on the rise among young people — and gut health could play a role.

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Eating Habits Linked to Loss of Healthy Gut Microbes in Industrial Societies

A recent study finds that humans are experiencing a decline in fiber-converting microbes crucial for digestive health.

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Concerned about your blood sugar? Fermented foods can help

Fermented foods can be your new ally in balancing your blood sugar. 

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Eat Your Way To Resilience: How This Fermented Food Can Boost Your Immune Health

Do you find yourself getting sick frequently? Chances are this superfood can help you strengthen your immunity.  

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Why is the gut known as the "second brain"?

Your gut and brain are more intricately connected and interdependent than you think.

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How Food Stimulates Natural GLP-1 Through Your Gut Microbiome

Your body produces natural versions of drugs like Wegovy and Ozempic — learn more in the link below.

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Nature vs. nurture. What is it that shapes our microbiome?

Gut microbiota represent a changing ecosystem that is continuously tested by many factors such as unbalanced diet, stress, antibiotic use or disease. The richer and more diverse the microbiota, the...

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