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Dirty Genes, Book Review and Is The Book Worth Reading?

Dirty Genes, Book Review and Is The Book Worth Reading?

I follow Dr. Ben Lynch’s work and was happy months ago when I discovered that he was releasing a book which would later be known as Dirty Genes. Our genes control a lot of our everyday lives, though so does our microbiome and environment which change our

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Celiac Disease, Is the Ingestion of Gluten the Only Cause?

Celiac Disease, Is the Ingestion of Gluten the Only Cause?

Fix Your Gut Podcast #7 – Celiac Disease, Gluten, and Grains Most people love to eat bread. Nothing is better than the smell of a fresh loaf of bread baking in the oven. Who does not miss eating a delicious hot slice of pizza if you have

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Kombucha, Will It Improve Your Health or Make You Ill, A Review

Kombucha, Will It Improve Your Health or Make You Ill, A Review

The kombucha craze has hit the mainstream and beyond. Every grocery store I shop has a kombucha section in the produce aisle, with many different brands. I walked into my local Vitamin Shoppe the other day and saw that they had added an organic kombucha tap. The

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Quinolone Antibiotics and Their Effects on our Mitochondria and Health

Quinolone Antibiotics and Their Effects on our Mitochondria and Health

Fluoroquinolone (FLUORIDE!) antibiotics like Cipro and Levaquin have been getting plenty of negative press over the years for the mitochondrial damage that they can cause. The term “floxxed” has been used for the semi-permanent or permanent side effects of these antibiotics that some people have taken that

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Abdominal Hernia Repair, What Is The Best Surgical Method and How To Recover

Abdominal Hernia Repair, What Is The Best Surgical Method and How To Recover

I suffered from a incisional abdominal wall hernia when I was an adolescent. My appendix burst, and later exploratory surgery had to be performed to drain abscesses. The incision left me with a massive scar and a weak abdominal wall. I then developed an incisional hernia and

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Testosterone and Its Importance For Proper Digestive Health

Testosterone and Its Importance For Proper Digestive Health

The primary female sex hormones estrogen and progesterone have been studied more when it comes to their effect on digestion compared to the primary male sex hormone testosterone. You can read hundreds of articles on the internet about symptoms of low testosterone (low sex drive, fatigue) and

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