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Inflammation, immunity, diet and sleep: who regulates who?

Inflammation, which is the root cause of autoimmune disorders including arthritis, type 1 diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's disease, has unexpected effects on...

Linoleic acid and omega-tales: effects rely on gene background

Linoleic acid is an essential fatty acid. People carrying different variants of the FADS1 gene had a different inflammatory response and different changes in...

Microbiota: western diet and gut bacteria trying to keep the balance

Diet appears to be a major factor that influences the composition of the human gut microbiota. Dietary proteins are first digested in the small...

Endometriosis: new facts, concepts beneath etiology and biomedicine

Endometriosis is an estrogen-dependent pelvic inflammatory disease characterized by implantation and growth of endometrial tissue (glands and stroma) outside the uterine cavity. It affects...

Gut microbiota: how it could directly prevent colorectal cancer

New research, published in the journal Nature Communications, shows how our diet affects bacteria in our gut, which, in turn, can alter the behavior...

The autoimmune protocol diet: health begins on the table

The Autoimmune Protocol Diet (AIP) is a new type of diet regimen designed to help reduce inflammation in the body to alleviate the symptoms...

Galactosemia: problems related to diagnosis, management and nutrition

Classical galactosemia (GASM) is one of the most common innate errors in metabolism identified by neonatal screening in the United States. Galactosemia is the...

Alkaline diet: how does it modify bone structure?

Bodily pH and general homeostasis The pH in our body can vary considerably from one area to another with the highest acidity in the stomach...

Osteoarthrosis and fats in the diet: proofs are “on the plate”

Osteoarthritis is the most common version of arthritis and affects millions of people around the world, including about 30 million people in the United...

Microbiota and type 2 diabetes: the fight for health is “intestine”

Very recently, it has been recognized that the bacterial flora of the human gut plays a major role in health and in the appearance...

Hgh-sugar diet and fatty liver: the last outcome is the cardiovascular risk

- An innovative study found that only 3 months on a high sugar diet alters fat metabolism so that healthy people increase the risk...

Type 2 diabetes: SOX5 is the new maturity switch and it is sensitive to exercise

In an article in the journal Nature Communications, researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy present a novel mechanism underlying the reduced production of insulin in...

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