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from Ben Greenfield Fitness - Diet, Fat Loss and Performance Advice

How To Fix Your Gut: 9 Bad Things That Happen When Your Digestion Goes Wrong, How To Hit The Reboot Button & The Best Way To Detox Your Body.

How To Identify & Fix The 9 Most Common Gut Issues (had to do a few full-scrolls to get past the super-long intro): Gluten-Intolerance, FODMAPs, Digestive Enzymes (new research might turn against digestive enzymes for sufferers of Leaky Gut), Gut Bacteria/Yeast/Parasites, Stomach Acid, Food Allergies, & suggestions to detox & recover. Love the giant FODMAP infographic ^_^


Antibiotics and What They Do....great chart to have for Pharm and I would keep it with what you bring to your Med/Surg clinicals...esp if your Clinical Instructor likes to DRILL you on what you may think are "minute" facts ...


Colony of Paenibacillus vortex. The colonies grow by the movement of bacteria droplets (dots at end of branches) filled with bacteria spinning around a common center like a hurricane. The branches are trails left behind each vortex as it explores the plate


Staphylococcus bacteria. Most common of the 1 trillion bacteria that live on our skin. Only a few strains of this bacteria are harmful and cause staph infections or toxic shock syndrome. Most are harmless.


Home Remedies for Bronchitis Home remedies for bronchitis include some common and easy to use herbs and spices such as turmeric, ginger, bay leaf, honey, onion, chicory, eucalyptus oil, juniper, thyme etc. Bronchitis can be caused due to infection by bacteria and viruses or by factors such as smoking and inhalation of noxious fumes and dust.

from Daily Health Post

Coconut Oil Is Better Than Any Toothpaste According To New Study

These new findings were a follow up study of earlier work that showed digested milk made it harder for Streptococcus mutans to stick to tooth enamel.