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Can Nocebo Effects be Managed in Clinical Practice?
Can Nocebo Effects be Managed in Clinical Practice?
Can Nocebo Effects be Managed in Clinical Practice? By Sarah Ballou, PhD and Anthony Lembo, MD The Latin word “placebo” ...
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How Preparation Affects The Nutritional Composition of Vegetables
How Preparation Affects The Nutritional Composition of Vegetables
How Preparation Affects The Nutritional Composition of Vegetables By Fiona Riddle At this point, most people are well aware of ...
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The Myth of Multivitamins and Other Supplements
The Myth of Multivitamins and Other Supplements
The Myth of Multivitamins and Other Supplements By Emeran Mayer, MD “In 2021, people in the US spent an estimated ...
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Have We Made Progress in Fecal Microbial Transplantation?
Have We Made Progress in Fecal Microbial Transplantation?
Have We Made Progress in Fecal Microbial Transplantation? By Emeran Mayer, MD Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) is a therapy in ...
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Can Excess Fruit Consumption Lead to Insulin Resistance?
Can Excess Fruit Consumption Lead to Insulin Resistance?
Can Excess Fruit Consumption Lead to Insulin Resistance? By Fiona Riddle It’s estimated that over 60 million Americans are affected ...
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Microbiome, Aging and Fitness
Microbiome, Aging and Fitness
Microbiome, Aging and Fitness By E. Dylan Mayer In one of my last posts titled, Microbiome and Aging, I discussed ...
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Olive Oil - Medicine Produced by Nature and Refined by Human Expertise and Traditions
Olive Oil – Medicine Produced by Nature and Refined by Human Expertise and Traditions
Olive Oil - Medicine Produced by Nature and Refined by Human Expertise and Traditions By Emeran Mayer, MD Extra-virgin olive ...
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How Antibiotics Threaten Your Health and Your Gut
How Antibiotics Threaten Your Health and Your Gut
How Antibiotics Threaten Your Health and Your Gut By Markham Heid Infectious bacteria cause all sorts of illnesses—from food poisoning ...
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Food For Thought with Kat | Organic Omissions?
Food For Thought with Kat | Organic Omissions?
Food For Thought with Kat | Organic Omissions? By Katharine Jameson Food choices are so confusing these days, most of ...
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Post-traumatic Stress and Gut Health
Post-traumatic Stress and Gut Health
Post-traumatic Stress and Gut Health By Kerry Wangen, MD, PhD There is growing awareness about the impact of trauma on ...
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Are Bioactives the New Magic Treatment for Cardiovascular Disease?
Are Bioactives the New Magic Treatment for Cardiovascular Disease?
Are Bioactives the New Magic Treatment for Cardiovascular Disease? By Emeran Mayer, MD What is responsible for the multiple benefits ...
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Food Additives and the Gut Microbiome
Food Additives and the Gut Microbiome
Food Additives and the Gut Microbiome By Katharine Jameson Summer is defined by vacations as much as it is by ...
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