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Nothing against Jamie Lee Curtis, but sometimes we’re not in the mood for yogurt — or we don’t have a spoon. These alternative foods will also keep your system on track.

Here’s a fascinating little snippy bit of a story which suggests another use for your favorite probiotic drink. Apparently researchers from the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland have been looking at the way that Lactobacillus casei which is commonly found in the human mouth and gut and it should be added is one of…

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I’m a big fan of probiotics, the friendly bacteria, those beneficial microorganisms that naturally inhabit our digestive system. We all have billions of bacteria living in our stomachs most of them are beneficial but just a few of them being harmful. Now obviously it’s important to make sure that we keep a balance between the…

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Another post from jimmy Moore about good bacteria that I have replied on   Jimmy Moore said: Good Bacteria in the Intestine Prevent Diabetes, Study Suggests:  Why is gut flora so important? This new research shows that keeping all those good buggers where they need to be is a great way to ward off diseases…

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Is there a battle going on in your stomach? Over time our digestive system builds up the bacteria it needs to deal with the food we normally eat. But among the useful bacteria, there are millions of unhelpful ones too. Here we look at how to build up the good while reducing the bad and…

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If you want to feed the bacteria in your gut, apart from having your daily dose of pro-biotics, make sure you eat the following on a regular basis: Greens, such as kale, mustard greens, collards, spinach and even dandelions Increase the proportion of other vegetables that you eat, more specifically legumes such as black beans,…

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