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Keeping these gut microorganisms healthy throughout your life is critical because they play a major role in maintaining the proficiency of immune cells in the brain called microglia. [Full Story]
Keeping these gut microorganisms healthy throughout your life is critical because they play a major role in maintaining the proficiency of immune cells in the brain called microglia. [Full Story]
Chronic inflammation in the intestines is a major factor in the development of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. [Full Story]
Researchers found that burn wounds treated with the gotu kola oral extracts healed far better than untreated burns. [Full Story]
A number of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides have been linked to both cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. [Full Story]
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A number of studies have shown that people, such as those in India, who eat the spice turmeric have a much lower incidence of colorectal cancer than those who eat a Western diet. [Full Story]
In the past, it was thought that the reason for Africans’ low cancer rates was that they ate a much lower concentration of animal fats. But newer, better analysis has shown that it has nothing to do with the fat in meats. [Full Story]
A growing list of plant flavonoids and vitamins are being found to have antidepressant and antianxiety effects. [Full Story]

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