It used to be thought that our genes were our fate, but a lot has changed in recent years, particularly in the field of nutrigenomics and epigenetics. In fact, new research suggests that your health and happiness could depend more on your microbiome than your DNA, and that instead of being inherited, your microbiome is more influenced by your environment than by your genes. Your genes and your gut For years, the general view .
Exercise can positively change the makeup of the bacteria in your intestines no matter what you eat, according to the results of a new studyThe researchers conducted the first trial in mice to test the hypothesis that exercise modifies the bacterial profile of the gut, even without changing what the mice ate. The team published the findings from this first study in the medical journal, Gut Microbes. The scientists performed fecal transplants from 10 mice that .
The human body is teeming with bacteria. In fact, only about 40% of the total number of cells in your body are human cells. It’s no wonder then that the bacteria in your gut have such a significant influence over how you feel. In this blog post we’ll take a look at probiotics for digestive health, paying particular attention to three probiotic species that can help keep your gut in tip-top condition. How Probiotics .