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Feces is a Potent Microbial Organ

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2013
The microflora of the GI tract is an organ at the interface of the internal and external milieu that helps us adapt to the environment in which we live. We can modify the kinds of microflora in the gut to regulate immunity, metabolic processes, risk for gut infections, C diff and candida infections, and now even the tendency to get type 2 diabetes and fatty liver....

Why Belly Fat is not All Bad

submitted by: admin on 11/27/2013
When I was in medical school the omentum, that fatty membrane in the abdomen that covers the abdominal cavity and its organs, was believed to be no more than a repository for fat. Today researchers have discovered that it is a organ that regulates immune T cells and is a rich repository of stem cells that are necessary for organ repair and regeneration. It may...

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