Flavonoids Influence Gut Bacteria and Lower Blood Pressure Levels

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Flavonoids in foods, including berries, apples, pears and wine, may reduce blood pressure levels, which is partially explained by characteristics of the gut microbiome, according to new research published in Hypertension. “Our gut microbiome plays a key role in metabolizing flavonoids to enhance their cardioprotective effects, and this study providesRead …

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Omni-Biotic Announces Support for the Institute for Natural Medicine Residency Consortium

Port Chester New York, August 16, 2021: AllergoSan USA, home of Omni-Biotic probiotic brands, today announced their sponsorship of the Institute for Natural Medicine Residency Consortium (IRC). In partnership with schools of naturopathic medicine and leading naturopathic clinics in the United States, the IRC provides a much needed and sustainableRead …

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Five-Minute Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training Lower Blood Pressure as Well as Exercise & Meds

Working out just five minutes daily via High-Resistance Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training (IMST), a practice described as “strength training for your breathing muscles,” lowers blood pressure and improves some measures of vascular health as well as, or even more than, aerobic exercise or medication. The study, published in JAMA fromRead …

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Two-thirds of Calories in Teens’ and Children’s Diets from Ultraprocessed Foods

American children and teens eat a significant amount of ultraprocessed foods, reports a Tufts University study. And, though foods like while grain breads and dairy fall into the ultraprocessed category, the biggest jump in calories is from ready-to-eat or ready-to-heat dishes, such as takeout burgers and frozen pizza. the secondRead …

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