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Bugs, Guts and Research

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For the majority of the last 100 years the role of bacteria in human health has been explored in terms of risk to health and well-being, the ‘bad bug = bad health’ paradigm. The result has been a combination of remarkable benefits against infectious related deaths and a slow but steady development of chronic non […]

Is this a Perfect Functional Meal for Mucosal Tolerance?

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Functional and pathological digestive tract conditions reflect a change in the relationship between the host microbiota and the mucosal immune and nervous system. These result in a wide range of distressing symptoms for which there are a variety of strategies, but no single intervention of consistent benefit. A component of pati

Zinc My Cold!

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Nutritional Therapists have long been aware that the role of single nutrient therapy in the prevention or resolution of common rhino Viruses has had poor research conclusions but plenty of anecdotal support. In addition to Vit C Vit D and others the long-time favourite is Zinc. The Cochrane reviews a well-respected albeit confro
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