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Quite a few recent studies have suggested that obesity is associated with chronic inflammation in fat tissue. Over the last few months researchers at the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute have found out that an imbalance between an enzyme and its inhibitor are causing a umber of factors including inflammation, insulin resistance, obesity and fatty liver…

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According to the latest research, it may be on your breath. It turns out that obesity may be detectable as a gas, thanks to organisms that inhabit our gut. In a study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, researchers extend our knowledge about the hidden universe of the  that live within us to show…

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Here’s something that I’ve been suggesting to people for a number of years now simply because I find that it works. Before, during and after induction it’s a good idea to take both probiotic supplements as well as digestive enzyme supplements as these will help the body deal with the various changes in diet that you…

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  Here’s a lit of everything you need to do in order to avoid ketosis breath: 1. Make sure you’re very very very well hydrated. 2. Make sure your digestive system, enzymes and bacteria are well balanced as in take a good quality probiotics, eat yogurt and take enzyme supplements. 3. Make sure you don’t…

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Probiotic supplements well often work but they have to be a broad-ranged one and one that guarantees to have a high percentage of live bacteria. In addition to that it is important to take digestive enzymes as this is the bit that most people forget – our food is not handled by bacteria alone.  It’s…

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Here is another of my comments on a post at Jimmy Moore’s about gut bacteria   Jimmy Moore’s post: Gut Bacteria & Obesity – A Hidden Connection?: You’ve gotta read this outstanding column from a registered dietitian I’d never heard of before named Peter Curcio who says “the universal fear of dietary fat” is very likely…

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