Gut Bacteria Predict Heart Attacks and Diminish Their Damage

. . .¬†probiotics — essential to good health If you haven’t been particularly interested in the bugs in your tummy, this study should catch your attention. Scientists have been able to predict the likelihood of a heart attack in lab rats by studying types and levels of bacteria found in their intestines. In addition, certain…

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No More Heartburn!

. . . keep your stomach acid where it belongs About 40% of American adults have heartburn at least once a month; 15 million suffer daily. Billions of dollars are spent each year on drugs to treat it, yet it’s easy to prevent with good diet and optimized digestion.¬† ¬† Stomach acid (hydrochloric acid, or…

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