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Probiotics & Depression

JAMA Psychiatry recently published the results of a small randomized clinical trial evaluating the use of probiotics as an adjunctive treatment for inadequately controlle... Learn more

Artificially Sweetened Beverages: An Umbrella Review

Advances in Nutrition recently published an umbrella review, a sweeping analysis that included 11 reports of 7 unique systematic reviews, evaluating the relationship betw... Learn more

Astragalus: The King of Herbs

Astragalus, also known as Milkvetch or huáng qí in Chinese, is an herb that has been used for hundreds of years, with its roots in traditional Chinese medicine. One of th... Learn more

Acid Suppression & Dementia

Recently published in Neurology is an analysis of the relationship between incident dementia and proton pump inhibitor (PPI) use among participants in the Atherosclerosis... Learn more

SIBO & NAFLD - Cause, Effect or Bystander?

A recent review published in Nutrients examines the relationship between small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). This ... Learn more

Nutrients for Thyroid Health

In the U.S., rates of hypothyroidism are on the rise. It is estimated that every 5 out of 100 Americans experience low thyroid function, and women are 5-8 times more like... Learn more

Antioxidant-Rich Diet in Pregnancy

Human pregnancy can be influenced by a wide range of health issues that vary from mild and reversible to severe and life-threatening, and many of the major ones like pre-... Learn more

Cadmium & Women’s Health

Evidence for an additional disease burden associated with the toxic metal cadmium was recently published in the journal Human Reproduction. This study used cross-sectiona... Learn more

Taking a Look at Huntington’s Disease

Results of a recent study published in Nature Communications provide encouraging results in the study of Huntington’s disease, suggesting a new physiological target in th... Learn more

Timing of Gluten Introduction & Celiac Disease

A review recently published in Frontiers in Immunology describes what is known about the development of celiac disease, and possible dietary strategies to prevent it. Obs... Learn more

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