Articles On Bones and Skin
October 5, 2014
"Growing evidence suggests that changes in the microbiome composition may contribute to development of diseases ranging from cancer to chronic inflammatory disorders such as multiple sclerosis."
March 30, 2014
". . . we hypothesize that common immune-mediated inflammatory pathways seen in the “skin-joint-gut axis” in psoriatic arthritis are induced or at least mediated by the microbiome"
July 2, 2013
NutraIngredients.com by Nathan Gray
". . . suggests that plant sources of omega-3 may be just as important for preventing hip fractures in women"
April 19, 2013
ConfectioneryNews.com by Oliver Nieburg
"Eating chocolate may increase incidence and severity of acne by stimulating microorganisms that cause the condition, according to a team of Dutch researchers."
March 27, 2013
NutraIngredients.com by Stephen Daniells
"...chocolate stimulated Propionibacterium acne or Staphylococcus aureus, two microorganisms involved in the pathogenesis of the skin infection."
March 4, 2013
TheWashingtonPost.com by Gisela Telis
"Most of the data show that dietary calcium is better for you and your bone integrity, so if you can get the calcium you need through your diet, you shouldn't take a calcium supplement."
March 1, 2013
"Some research suggests that colonic fermentation of prebiotics may promote an intestinal environment that is favorable to calcium absorption."
February 20, 2013
"The study showed that a high glycemic index/glycemic load diet and high dairy intake are the primary factors in establishing the association between acne and diet."