Resources — MicroBiome
Posted by James McCauley on
The bacteria that comprise our microbiome are in us but not of us. Technically, we are in a relationship with our microbiome — and, it may be the most intimate relationship we can have. Microbiome – In Us, Not Of UsA wide variety of microorganisms inhabit almost every part of the human body — living on the skin, in in the nose and the gut. These microorganisms are known collectively as our microbiome and luckily, most of the time they live in harmony with us, providing functions essential to our survival. We know that having normal, healthy gastrointestinal bacteria is...
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Posted by Matthew White on
Numerous studies have confirmed that aged garlic extract supports cardiovascular function. But new research demonstrates how it supports the health and balance of the gut microbiome.