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Causes and Symptoms of E. coli Intestinal Infection

March 12, 2017 – 5:36 PM |

Not all bacteria are harmful for our body; there are some good bacteria and some bad bacteria. E. coli is a type of bacteria commonly found inside the intestine of human beings as well as other …

Dysbiosis: A Game Changer in the Body’s Overall Health Regulation

September 1, 2016 – 9:10 PM |

In my last blog post about the gut, I mentioned the role that our GIT bacteria play in regulating various physiological processes. Current research reveals that the influence they have on our body is unfathomable; …

Neuroregulatory Functions of The Gut – Meet the Second Brain!

August 10, 2016 – 10:31 PM |

Most of us are quite happily aware of being controlled by our cerebral cortex – that grooved and fissured grey matter that bends the body to its will, regulating all the physiological functions that sustain …

Gut Microbiota – A New Modifiable Risk Factor for Metabolic Disease

December 21, 2015 – 4:53 PM |

The human gut microbiota refers to the 100 trillion microbes that reside in the human colon. Not only are they astounding in their number, but also in their diversity – such is the variety in …