It seems like the perfect food before bed.
• Wheat bran has Magnesium.
• It's an Insoluble fiber which can lower estrogen.
• The Raisins are good for Boron
• Calcium in the Milk
Here is what I'm worried about:
• 80 grams of Raisin Bran has 9.5 grams of fiber. Can this raise...
I have made posts on this topic in the past, but it seems this most recent study directly states that endotoxin/LPS is a major cause of AD. All other studies have been either animal models or did not directly implicate LPS. The study below claims to be the first that integrates all available...
The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 130, Issue 3, March 2000, Pages 585–593, https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/130.3.585
01 March 2000
Increased amounts of short-chain fatty acids (SCFA)5 and unfermented material in the colonic lumen are two processes by which dietary fiber is suggested to...
Credit to Joel Greene. His brief Q&A on the Ben Greenfield podcast found here:
Crohn's Disease & Carnivore, Raw Beans, Lectin Myths, & More.
The basic explanation I gathered was:
Protein (namely glutamine and glycine) and niacin are responsible for repairing the upper/small intestine. This...
According to Konstantin Monastyrsky (gutsense.org), the primary cause of constipation and colorectal disorders (IBS, colitis, colon cancer, etc.) is dietary fibre.
Ray himself has claimed to eat a "fibre-free diet", but that's not quite right: he eats raw carrots and mushrooms because of their...
Raw carrots didn't do it anymore in terms of promoting a daily bowel movement. So I decided to try out white button mushrooms and the effects are stunning: my fecal matter weight increased multiple-fold.
My bowel movements went from once a day (relatively small, sometimes harder to pass) to...
When I eat grains, my stool becomes bulkier, which is obviously good, because it feels like more bacterial junk is being carried out with it.
But eating grains comes with its own problems, at least for me, and so I can't eat them on a regular basis. I don't seem to have problems with white...
Comparing the effects of acute alcohol consumption in germ-free and conventional mice: the role of the gut microbiota
Ethanol increased intestinal bacteria :cool and "high fiber diet" reduced the injury.
The following is quoted from an email newsletter from GutSense.org. I'm not shilling for this guy, he just already did the work of summarizing the cited studies:
EDITED: Removed the aforementioned gutsense commentary and replaced it with the study it referenced and described.