8 ways to avoid urinary tract infections naturally — NaturalHealth365 – January 21, 2020

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(NaturalHealth365) No doubt, urinary tract infections are unpleasant, painful and (sadly) too common for many people.  As a general rule, the chances of developing a urinary tract infection (UTI) are higher among females with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimating that up to 60 percent of all women will experience a UTI at some point in their lives.

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Probiotic use strongly linked to a lower risk of flu symptoms — NaturalHealth365 – November 4, 2019

(NaturalHealth365) Do you eat probiotic-rich foods? These microorganisms – found in fermented foods and supplements – offer a wide range of health benefits.  At a fundamental level, they help to restore a healthy balance of friendly bacteria in your gut.  But, the really good news is what happens next. →

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Reduce inflammation and improve your mood with these healthy, fermented foods — NaturalNews.com – June 10, 2019

(Natural News) Did you know that probiotics or “good” bacteria can do more than boost your digestive health? If you suffer from inflammation, you can ease your condition by consuming certain kinds of fermented foods.

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Rätt bakterier i tarmen botar kroniska sjukdomar – Soki Choi — TV Helse i Sverige – 23 Aug, 2018

Soki Choi – Foto: Peter Jönsson, Creative commons-licens CC-BY-SA-4.0

Soki Choi som är föreläsare och medicine doktor från Karolinska Institutet säger att det genomförs intensiva projekt för att försöka isolera och förpacka bakterier i kapslar som ska användas i kampen mot autism, cancer, IBS, psoriasis, alzheimer, Parkinson och andra kroniska sjukdomar. TV Helse har sedan en tid publicerat artiklar om sambandet mellan mage-tarm och….Läs mera

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