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Gut Health 101: How to improve Gut Health (2024 Edition)

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More attention than ever is being put on your gut health, and understandably so, considering a significant proportion of your immune system resides in your gastrointestinal tract.1 As such, optimizing your gut microbiome is a worthwhile pursuit that will have far-reaching effects on your physical health and emotional well-being. Mounting scientific evidence also continues to suggest a large component of nutrition centers on nourishing health-promoting bacteria in your gut (and elsewhere in and on your body). In doing so, you keep harmful microbes in check and shore up your protection against chronic disease. Disease Begins in Your Gut ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, obesity, diabetes (2) and Parkinson's disease are but a few of the conditions found to be influenced by your gut microbiome. One 2020 scientific review (3) goes so far as to say that all inflammatory disease begins in the gut. Part of the blame is laid on excessive hygiene. In other words, we're "too clean

17 Best Natural Supplements for Dementia (2024): 500+ Studies Analyzed

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Dementia is the name for a group of symptoms associated with an ongoing decline of brain functioning. It can affect memory, thinking skills and other mental abilities. If you are 65 years old, you have a one in eight chance of suffering from significant cognitive decline. Do Vitamins and Supplements Help With Alzheimer's? This practical guide on brain health supplements is based on a comprehensive review of over 500 scientific references and supporting studies. It explores the latest science-backed nutritional interventions for promoting brain health. A March 2024 meta-analysis , published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, indicates that daily MVM (MultiVitamin Mineral) significantly benefits both global cognition and episodic memory. These findings within the COSMOS (COcoa Supplement and Multivitamin Outcomes Study) trial support the benefits of a daily MVM in preventing cognitive decl

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