While the research is still in the preliminary stages, some recent studies do suggest that poor gut health is linked to obesity and that probiotics might help with weight loss.
Someday, stool transplants could help weight loss. New studies have shown possible links between the diversity of our gut flora and weight gain. That's right, bacteria living in your stool is linked to how much fat you have in your body. This insight could pave the way for fecal transplants of bacteria to help people manage… Continue reading Stool Transplants and Weight Loss
Disinfectant use may be causing higher BMI (Body Mass Index) scores in our children. Infants in homes where disinfectants were used at least once weekly showed higher levels of certain gut bacteria. 3 years later, those same children had a higher BMI score. Gut microbiota refers to the community of bacteria that live harmoniously together… Continue reading Do Household Disinfectants Cause Higher BMIs In Children?