Fighting colorectal cancer with gut health: Certain probiotic bacteria, combined with broccoli, found to prevent and reduce tumors — NaturalNews.com – Aug 28, 2018

(Natural News) Broccoli has a lot of health benefits and is a known cancer-fighting food, but according to a recent study, combining the vegetable with engineered probiotics can help kill colorectal cancer cells. Even though the five-year survival rates for the earliest stages of colorectal cancer are “relatively good,” the later stages chances of survival…Read more

Fighting colorectal cancer with gut health: Certain probiotic bacteria, combined with broccoli, found to prevent and reduce tumors — NaturalNews.com

Probiotics are also good for your liver — NaturalNews.com – May 24, 2018

(Natural News) Probiotics are good for the liver, according to a study presented at the 2018 Experimental Biology meeting. A team of researchers looked at the probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (LGG), which is a species common in many over-the-counter probiotic formulations. In the study, the research team fed mice with food containing LGG for two…Read more

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Kimchi is one of the most powerful probiotic foods you can eat — NaturalNews.com – May 13, 2018

(Natural News) Kimchi, the spicy, salted and fermented vegetables staple in Korean cuisine, is so much more than a side dish. In a comprehensive review of 130 studies, researchers in Korea looked at its health benefits as a probiotic. Probiotics in general are the good bacteria populating the gut. The human gut has more than…Read more

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No sweets or juice on an empty stomach: Sugars, including fructose, harm the good bacteria in your gut in the absence of food — February 27, 2018

(Natural News) It looks like it’s better to wait until after you’ve eaten breakfast before you drink some orange juice. According to researchers, drinking fruit juice on an empty stomach “overwhelms the digestive system.” The results from a U.S. study implies that this can upset the “good bacteria” in your gut. The scientists have determined that fruit…..Read more

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