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A Healthy Approach to Weight Loss

When we eat foods that raise blood glucose we get a boost of energy that is then frequently followed by a drop in energy levels or a low i.e. a tired feeling. Certain foods raise blood sugar fast and are considered to have a high GI.

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Sucrose, fructose, and glucose can contribute to obesity and rotten teeth…

Everyone knows that some sugars are bad for us. Sucrose, fructose, and glucose, whilst providing a fast energy boost, can contribute to obesity and diabetic problems, lead to rotten teeth, lower the immune system, and feed Candida.

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Lactobacillus Rhamnosus and your daily Probiotic

Lactobacillus Rhamnosus is such an ideal probiotic to use daily in that it has been proven to survive acid and bile in the stomach and therefore is able to stick to and colonize the gastrointestinal tracts of humans. It is known to produce an antimicrobial substance that is active against a variety of bacteria, including, among others, Escherichia coli, Salmonella and Clostridium.

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Antibiotics are still the second most used drug after pain killers.

... Antibiotics can’t distinguish between the “good” and the “bad” bacteria. There is a delicate balance of billions of bacteria happily co-existing with us inside our digestive tract and in our bodies generally. ...

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Bladder infections in the Elderly.

Bladder infections are known as cystitis or inflammation of the bladder. They are common in women and slightly less common in men. About 20% of all women get at least one bladder infection at some time in their lives. However, a man’s chance of getting cystitis increases as he ages due to in part to an increase in prostate size.

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Interstitial Cystitis – new hope from Newcastle

Interstitial Cystitis – new hope from Newcastle with COB foundation funding.

The symptoms of cystitis are shared by most sufferers—pain, urgency, passing water frequently and a burning sensation when passing urine. Usually there is a bacterial cause:

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E.coli is a one-celled organism that is too small to see without a microscope

It is called a bacterium or a microorganism or microbe. E. coli is just an abbreviation of the organism’s full scientific name: Escherichia coli and it is named after the German paediatrician, Theodor Escherich, who discovered the bacteria in 1885.

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What does probiotic mean?

Probiotic means “promoting life” and it is generally accepted that using good quality probiotics restore symbiosis in the gut and are an essential part of regaining balance after illness or antibiotic therapy.

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IBS Symptoms

Sweet Cures often hears that IBS ruins life on many levels. It is easy to see why this happens, partly due to the symptoms themselves and partly due to the unpredictability of the condition.

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Dmannose and Candida

DMannose will not make Candida worse, nor will it make it better (only in that if you are able to avoid antibiotics, you will also avoid the subsequent dysbiosis that often follows antibiotic therapy, allowing you to repopulate the gut with important bacteria (probiotics)) giving Candida “opposition”).

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