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The Surprising Secret to a Healthier Gut

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise, General Health by INH Research1 Comment

We recently told you that antibiotics may raise your risk for colorectal cancer. That’s because they kill the helpful bacteria in your gut.

These “good” bacteria defend against pathogens, fight disease, and help lower inflammation. You don’t want to be without them. And new research shows a surprising way to increase—and diversify—your gut flora.

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The Simple Way to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise by INH Research3 Comments

Keeping your kidneys working at their best should be a top priority. But even if you’re paying attention you can still end up with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Just taking care of your kidneys isn’t enough to prevent it…

The two main causes are high blood pressure and diabetes. In fact, one in three adults with diabetes—and 20% with high blood pressure—have CKD.

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This Surprising Activity Fights Osteoporosis

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise by INH Research0 Comments

Most exercise puts your bones under direct stress… But research shows this same stress may help prevent the bone loss that comes with osteoporosis.

Scottish researchers studied the bone mineral density (BMD) of 4,320 postmenopausal women.

Exercise didn’t damage their bones. It didn’t even lead to weaker bones. Exercising actually helped these women build bone density. This is one of the most direct ways to help prevent bone loss.

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Take Control of Your BMI to Avoid This Deadly Cancer

In All Health Watch, Cancer, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise by INH Research0 Comments

It’s no secret that being overweight or obese puts you at a greater risk for certain types of cancer.

And if you’re a woman with a high body mass index (BMI), your risk for one deadly cancer jumps. Your BMI uses your height and weight to determine a relative health risk for obesity and other related diseases.

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