From “The Mysterious Link Between Antibiotics and Obesity,” to “Gut reaction: Could hormone receptors on gut bacteria be driving diet-health interactions?” here is today’s harvest from the greenest and healthiest of the Internet:
The Mysterious Link Between Antibiotics and Obesity
A growing body of evidence suggests that antibiotics might be linked to weight gain. A 2012 New York University study found that antibiotic use in the first six months of life was linked with obesity later on. Another 2012 NYU study found that mice given antibiotics gained more weight than their drug-free counterparts.
12 Fish You Should Never, Ever Eat
Our oceans have become so depleted and so polluted that trying to figure out what fish to eat can make your head spin. Food and Water Watch looked at all the varieties--here are 12 fish they determined that all of us should avoid, no matter what.
Man and Woman Use Carrot Juice to Cure Stage 4 Cancer
Ann Cameron, an author of 15 children’s books, ‘cured’ her Stage 4 cancer with carrot juice only. She states, “I believe from personal experience that carrots can cure cancer – and rapidly, without chemotherapy, radiation, or other dietary changes.
Database unlocks secrets of edible plants
Burnie-based agricultural scientist Bruce French is offering his database full of nutrient-rich foods to international aid providers.
They are using the information to help battle malnutrition in developing countries.
Gut reaction: Could hormone receptors on gut bacteria be driving diet-health interactions?
Dietary intake of foods that affect hormone levels could drive changes in the microbial make up of our gut flora, according to new research in mice.
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