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Test your Bacteria to Protect your Health

Aware means armed: How timely identification of bacteria in gut community can save you from the most difficult diagnoses Let’s face the fact, our bowels are full of inner life. The billions of microorganisms inhabit human guts and what is more, have a dramatic impact on the overall health of the body. You can’t ignore …

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The Candida: Nutritional Protocol!

Fatigue, headaches, overweight, all have the same reason.. Did you ever have this nasty feeling when your bowel tunes against you, body fatigue continues to pull you down, headache drives out of your hands, you can gain weight, especially around your hips, belly and thighs without any apparent reason? Guess what, there is a reason. …

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The Gut-Brain Interrelation: What Happens in the Gut, Echoes in the Brain

As many studies have shown, stress and depression have a powerful impact on physical health, including on the health of the gastrointestinal tract. These psychological conditions originate in the brain, and with some time can affect the gut microbiota, as a result, provoking various intestinal disorders. Base on this fact, it is reasonable to say …

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Secretory Immunoglobulin A (sIgA): The first line of immune defence.

The human body has many mucous surfaces, which represent a grand entrance for foreign microorganisms like pathogens, viruses, bacteria, and parasites. These surfaces are located in your nose, throat, eyes, and gastrointestinal tract. It is not surprising that such a passable and contact area should be protected safely. The first line in this defence belongs …

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Opportunistic Pathogens: Organism that causes disease

The human body is an open harbor, which hosts an incredible amount of microorganisms. Some of them are friendly explorers, while others can be aggressive invaders. Anyway, they all share one thing in common – a search for opportunities. In the normal healthy body, a vast majority of human bacteria are localized at certain areas, …

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