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Resetting Gut Bacteria

Gut Bacteria Reset: The microbiome of your gut is a pretty important part of you. It can be responsible for things like breaking down food and producing vitamins, among other things. But what happens when that ecosystem is disrupted? A reset might be needed! In this blog post, we are going to take a look at the benefits of resetting your gut bacteria and how to do it in an easy way. There are many different ways to reset your gut, and this blog is going to focus on three of the most popular. The first way is through a food reset diet--this includes giving up gluten and other common allergens for about four weeks. This can be challenging for some people but it has shown results in research with a lot of success stories from those who have tried it. Another option that you can try if ...

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Ion Biome Gut Health

Ion Biome is the world's first patented probiotic that delivers healthy gut bacteria in an exclusive, time-release delivery system. Ionized water, which Ion Biome produces through electrolysis of tap water, increases the effectiveness of Ion Biomes' proprietary strains of beneficial bacteria. Ionized water also has a long history as an effective therapy for many health conditions and diseases including stomach ulcers and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Ionized water may help to reduce gas and bloating by regulating bowel movements. With more than 100 billion good bacteria at work inside you every day, Ion Biome can help support your digestive health with its specially designed probiotics, available in two different formulas: one for adults who want targeted probiotics for age-r...

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Fasting Kills Gut Bacteria

Fasting Kills Gut Bacteria You might not know, but fasting is actually a great way to help flush out your gut bacteria and get rid of any bad bacteria that might be lingering in your system. Not only does it do wonders for the inside of your body, but it also has a positive effect on the outside! If you don't understand what fasting is, then you should read our article on all you need to know about fasting! It's a great way to reset your body, mind and soul! Fasting is the act of not eating any food for a period of time. Fasting has been practiced by people for thousands of years and it remains an important part of many religions today. Fasting is also beneficial to the body because it clears out toxic cells that have built up in your system over time, which can lead to diseases lik...

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After Care for Microdermabrasion

After a microdermabrasion treatment, the skin will be sensitive and red. There are many things that can be done to keep the skin healthy. One of the best ways to care for your skin after a microdermabrasion treatment is to use a moisturizer often. This will help maintain your skin’s natural hydration levels and prevent it from drying out or becoming flaky. Microdermabrasion is a procedure that removes the top layer of skin. There are three types of this procedure: chemical, mechanical and lasers. After care for Microdermabrades are important for the patient so avoid sun exposure, makeup and over-exfoliating as these will irritate your skin. It is important to show care for your skin after getting a microdermabrasion treatment. Shower off any remaining exfoliating particles and...

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How Microbiomes are Affecting our Everyday Lives

What are Microbiomes? Microbiomes are a community of bacteria that live on and in the human body. They are essential for the immune system to function properly because they provide protection against both external and internal infections. Microbiomes are usually found in places that have a large number of bacteria, such as the gut. It can be beneficial to have different types of microbiomes in these areas because they control the types of nutrients that are digested, thereby regulating metabolism. What is the Effect of Microbiomes on Our Health? The human microbiome is the collection of microbes that live in our gut, on our skin, and elsewhere. The microbiome can affect our well-being and overall health. The microbiome has been linked with obesity, diabetes, inflammatory bo...

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The Emerging Problem of Micro Plastic in the World’s Oceans

What is micro plastic? Micro plastics are tiny pieces of plastic that are under 5 millimeters in length. These tiny pieces of plastic come from a variety of different sources, and they can be found in almost every habitat on earth. The most well-known source for micro plastics is the ones that we use everyday - plastic bottles, straws, water bottles, bags, food wrappers among other things. Why should we care about microplastics? Microplastics can contribute to climate change because they are combined with carbon dioxide and then emitted into the atmosphere. We should care about them because they can contaminate the water supply and make it toxic. We should also care about them because they disturb aquatic life by getting caught up in their food chains or being mistaken as p...

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How Much Do You Know About the Dangers of Micro-Toxins?

What is a Micro-Toxin? A Micro-Toxin is a small, toxic molecule that enters the body and disrupts normal cellular or physiological functions. Micro-toxins are typically small, meaning they will not usually show up in a routine drug test. They can be hard to detect in the body as well because they have only a low concentration that is not enough to trigger an immune response. Micro-toxins also have a variety of ways of entering into the body, meaning that they can be inhaled like smoke or secondhand smoke, absorbed through the skin like most toxic substances, or orally ingested. The word toxin derives from Greek words for "poison" and "arrow." Toxins are usually poisonous substances produced by living organisms such as bacteria, plants, or animals; however, synthetic toxins may ...

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MICROBIOMES

What are microbiomes? Both inside and out, our bodies have a host of smaller bodies. While bacteria are the biggest players, we also deal with single-celled organisms known as archaea, as well as fungi, viruses and other viral infections - including viruses that attack viruses. Collectively these are called human microbiota. Your body microbiome all types of your micobiota contain, however, statistically both of these terms are used in the same way. Sit down, aren't the germs becoming dangerous? There is little to see: some are viral, but some are harmful when they get in the wrong place or go up in numbers, and some are very useful for the body - such as helping to reduce the list of sugars found in human breast milk. "Those sugars are not broken by a baby," said Prof John Cryan...

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ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) is a U.S.-based semiconductor company based in Santa Clara, California, that develops computer systems and related business and consumer market technologies. While starting to produce its own processors, the company later released its work, a practice known as ineffective, after GlobalFoundries was removed in 2009. installed computers and applications.   The first twelve years Advanced Micro Devices was officially merged by Jerry Sanders, along with seven of his colleagues at Fairir Semiconductor, on May 1, 1969. and flexibility within the company, and decided to leave to start his own semiconductor company. Robert Noyce, who founded the first integrated silicon circuit in Fairir in 1959, had left Fairchild and Gordon Moore and founded the ...

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MICROBLADING

Microblading is a method of painting where a small hand-made tool with many small needles is used to add full color to the skin. [1] Microblading is different from regular eyebrow tattooing because each hairroke is done by hand using a dye that creates fine pieces on the skin, while eyebrow tattoos are done with a machine and a single needle. Microblading is commonly used on eyebrows to create, enhance or reconstruct their appearance depending on their shape and color. It applies pigment to the upper region of the dermis, so it fades faster than traditional dyeing techniques, which set the color in depth. Microblading artists are casual tattoo artists, on the contrary, because the techniques require different training. HISTORYThe process of dyeing the skin after the creation of good co...

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