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The Carroll Institute Gut Health Blog

Thoughts and suggestions on how you can increase your wellness, infinitely...
Non-Celiac Immune Responses to Gluten

Non-Celiac Immune Responses to Gluten

As a lifestyle change, eliminating gluten seems to have helped many patients recover from longstanding health issues. More and more Americans are choosing not to consume gluten.1 Despite some high-profile commentaries to the contrary,2 many clinicians continue to...

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Celiac Disease and Fertility Problems

Celiac Disease and Fertility Problems

If you’ve been trying to have a baby, celiac disease and fertility problems may be standing in your way. It may be hard to believe but celiac disease, which causes an allergy to gluten, can actually lead to fertility problems in both men and women. The exact reasons...

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Foods That Can Help Boost Your Immune System

Foods That Can Help Boost Your Immune System

A number of foods have been found to benefit the immune system in a range of ways. One group of foods is thought to reduce inflammation in the body, leading to less wear and tear on all your bodily systems, including your immune system. Adding anti-inflammatory foods...

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How Probiotics Can Help Your Immune System

How Probiotics Can Help Your Immune System

By now, almost everyone has heard of probiotics, the active cultures in a range of dairy products such as yogurt, some cheeses and kefir, and in fermented foods such as miso, kimchi and sauerkraut. Most of these are tasty additions to our diet that can also help...

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What is SIBO?

What is SIBO?

If you are treating your leaky gut by following the 4 Rs and you're not seeing much progress, it could be that you're dealing with SIBO - small intestine bacterial overgrowth. SIBO (pronounced SEE-bo) is one of the causes of leaky gut, but treatment for the two is a...

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Modern Agriculture and Human Gut Health

Modern Agriculture and Human Gut Health

If you've done much research on gut health, you already know that antibiotics, even when prescribed and used correctly, can really do a number on your digestive health. While they're killing off the pathogens they were meant to eliminate, antibiotics also rid your...

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