Nutrition’s

Is this guy borderline insane? Or is there any merit to his claims?

[ad_1] Ideas, Concepts, and Observations (ggenereux.blog) I found this obsessive and esoteric blog that vehemently opposes vitamin A, (among other things to a lesser degree), and even though it is clearly written by a non-medically trained person, it caught my attention and admittedly a bit of concern. What are your opinions, if you have any? …

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A Metagenomics and Metabolomics Approach : nutrition

[ad_1] Abstract Our aim was to determine the effect of diet on gut microbiota, digestive function and sensations, using an integrated clinical, metagenomics and metabolomics approach. We conducted a cross-over, randomised study on the effects of a Western-type diet versus a fibre-enriched Mediterranean diet. In 20 healthy men, each diet was administered for 2 weeks …

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Countering Stress-Induced Immune Suppression with Diet

[ad_1] How might we improve immune function in children and adults under physical or psychological stress?  “Natural immunomodulators”—compounds that might regulate our immune systems naturally—”are getting more and more popular. The popularity, however, often brings over-optimistic claims and mediocre effects.” Such mythical beasts have been sought after for centuries. The current market is full of all sorts of supplements “promising the golden fleece”—inexpensive and without side effects, …

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Fiber fermentation by gut microbiota into SCFAs – is this a hidden source of calories – if so how substantial can it be? This is not to imply this is a bad thing as the butyric acid which gets produced for example has a lot of health benefits, but curious about the caloric impact.

[ad_1] As a side note, for anyone that's interested, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butyric_acid#Biochemistry for more about butyric acid which is one of the short chain fatty acids that gets produced submitted by /u/u193 [comments] [ad_2] Source link

Renal accumulation of prooxidant mineral elements and CKD in domestic cats : nutrition

[ad_1] Hopefully it’s ok if I post a cat nutrition question. I think a lot of people will have knowledge about this type of thing. The study shows that minerals (which are added to pet food) oxidize and accumulate in the kidneys. I’ve found that certain cats kidney problem symptoms go away when they’re given …

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Worried about the amount of iron in the multivitamin : nutrition

[ad_1] Hi guys I just bought these hair vitamins https://www.vitabiotics.com/products/perfectil-original-tablets and I’m a guy and I was concerned about the iron content per tablet its 12mg and I know the recommend about is around 8mg. I’ve heard how having too much iron is bad for you as men can’t excrete iron or something like that. …

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If you get raw chicken breasts from the store to cook, is that the same as eating processed meat? : nutrition

[ad_1] Good – it is grounded in science and includes citation of peer reviewed sources. Debate is a civil and respectful exchange focusing on actual science and avoids commentary about others Bad – it utilizes generalizations, assumptions, infotainment sources, no sources, or complaints without specifics about agenda, bias, or funding. At best, these rise to …

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“The Corruption of the Human Diet”

[ad_1] To summarize: Environmental mismatch is the root cause of chronic lifestyle diseases and the so-called diseases of modernity One of the most important mismatches is diet, namely replacing the ancestral diet rich in animal meat, fat, and organs with highly processed products of industrial mono-cropped agriculture: refined grains, sugar, and seed oils. dietary dictates …

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