While this research may someday lead to medical treatments that will help treat and perhaps help prevent deaths from aggressive colon cancers it also reinforces what we already know can help reduce the risk of developing and dying from colon cancers, which are the #1 cancer killer of non-smoking...
 

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Scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine have been busy investigating how four Himalayan populations’ food intake affects their microbiome. Longtime residents of the foothills of the Himalayas live the Tharu, Raute, Raji and Chepang. They share similar culture, ancestry and language, but differ in their dietary lifestyles. The Tharu have done farming for ... Dietary Lifestyle Impacts Gut Microbiome in Himalayan Populations
Food and Health

Americans consume only about half as much fiber as recommended. The average intake is a mere 16 grams daily, yet experts tell us that men and women should aim for 38 and 25 grams per day respectively. Getting the right amount – and the right types – of fiber can help you stay regular in ... Fiber: It’s Time to Double Up
Food and Health, Prevention

Your gut is home to millions of strains of bacteria known collectively as “microbiota” or the “gut microbiome.” And just like snowflakes, everyone’s gut microbiota is uniquely different...
Food and Health

Did you know that your body is a host to trillions of one-celled microbes that outnumber your own cells by about 10 to 1? These microbes or microbiota include bacteria, protozoa, fungi, yeast and others. They are found in your digestive tract, on your skin, groin, and in your...