We are learning increasingly more about the intestinal tract and its impact on overall health. In 2000, Dr. Alesso Fasano, Director of the Mucosal Immunology and Biology Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, discovered a gut protein that regulates the openings between the cell walls and the intestine; this protein is called zonulin(1).
Rutgers University Researchers, Robyn Miranda and Donald Schaffner examined the effect of time during bacterial transfer from one of four different surfaces: stainless steel, tile, wood, or carpet. Each surface was coated with the same amount of bacteria and allowed to dry before food was exposed to the surface for 1, 5, 30, or 300
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The human body contains more than one type of fat. White fat stores extra energy. Too much white fat, a characteristic of obesity, increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and other diseases. A less common type of fat, called brown fat, breaks down blood sugar and fat molecules to create heat
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