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L. reuteri: It gets even better


I recently posted Wheat Belly and Undoctored Blog posts about the probiotic species, Lactobacillus reuteri, that in experimental models (aged mice) generated some fascinating effects, including thicker hair, no weight gain (compared to obese controls), more muscle preservation, increased dermal (skin) thickness and increased testosterone. They observed that the L. reuteri-supplemented mice looked and acted more youthful. What made the findings even more surprising was the magnitude of these effects: the increase in dermal thickness, for instance, was an unprecedented 35%, the increase in skin thickness 100%, the increase in testosterone nearly 8-fold.

Losing Weight: Anyone Can Do It – Even You!

Losing Weight: Anyone Can Do It – Even You!

Weight loss is a popular topic when it comes to personal goals. It can also be a popular New Year’s resolution. Unfortunately it isn’t as easy to do as people wish it was. This article can help you to find ways that can help you to lose the weight that you have been trying to lose.

Breakfast is more important than ever when you are trying to eat healthy. Beyond giving you the energy you need for your morning’s tasks, your breakfast sets the tone for the rest of your day’s food. Take the time to get yourself a healthy, well-balanced breakfast. Starting off well will encourage you to stick to healthy eating for the rest of the day.

How To Eat Healthy, Even When You’re Busy: Simple Nutrition

How To Eat Healthy, Even When You’re Busy: Simple Nutrition Tips

Nutrition is feeding your body the right nutrients and vitamins to sustain itself. Proper nutrition is imperative to your health, and the subject is broad. It can feel a little overwhelming knowing where to start with so much information available. You need to focus on the basic concepts. This article will provide you with a few tips to help you get started!

Try eating slower. Slow down and carefully, consciously chew your food. Rather than eating quickly, go slow. Slowly savor every bite. Eating more slowly also allows your body’s fullness response to work. Therefore, you aren’t as likely to overeat.