Infectolab - nutritional deficiencies

7 Common Nutritional Deficiencies In Patients With Chronic Lyme Disease

Lyme disease patients often find themselves dealing with a plethora of chronic health ailments, making their day-to-day life arduous. From chronic widespread pain and inflammation to fatigue and cognitive decline, the overall health of someone with Lyme disease is heavily compromised.

Lyme disease can also lead to nutritional deficiencies that, if left unchecked, could progress to worsening of symptoms or new coinfections altogether. Many vitamins are lowered in people with Lyme disease, but there are some that can help battle the chronic symptoms associated with the condition.

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What Is The Microbiome Diet & Does It Work?

The industry behind weight-loss fads benefits greatly from new and trendy diets. From the cabbage soup diet to all-out juice cleanses, there have been many options to choose from for anyone looking to shed a few pounds.

There’s a reason the grandiose health claims are eaten up by the masses, so to speak. According to data from the CDC, roughly 71.6% of adult Americans over the age of 20 are either overweight or obese. With such high numbers, it’s not hard to come to the conclusion that a lot of these people want to reduce their weight and live healthier lifestyles.

The latest trend in weight loss and general health, the microbiome diet, was created by Dr. Raphael Kellman in the hopes of restoring gut health. But what is the microbiome diet – and does it work?

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4 Ways To Improve Your Gut Biome (And 5 Reasons Why It’s So Important)

Bodily systems work together in intricate ways. There are 11 major systems in the human body.  The nervous system sends important signals throughout the body, the cardiovascular system sends nutrients through constant blood flow, and the respiratory system keeps air in the lungs. Every single organ network has a specific job to do, and when they’re running optimally, good health follows.

The digestive system is in charge of breaking down food and turning it into fuel. It is directly responsible for energy levels, growth, and repairs on a cellular level. The digestive system relies on many things to function properly, and one of those things is your microbiome (or gut biome).

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Infectolab - nutrition

Why Good Nutrition Is Essential In Those Suffering From Chronic Disease

In today’s fast-paced world, it can be hard to eat a balanced diet. Between not having enough time to cook healthy meals, the convenience of takeaway, and heavily processed food items taking center stage on grocery store shelves, maintaining a well-balanced diet can be a difficult thing to accomplish. However, it is possible to continue living virtually the same lifestyle while also getting all the whole foods your body needs to keep it running at its best.

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Does Healthy Eating Really Help Battle Chronic Disease?

Maintaining a healthy weight is important to our overall general health. Worldwide incidences of obesity and overweightness are continuing to climb every year in the Western world, and especially in America. This is having an overall detrimental effect on our wellbeing, resulting in higher numbers of heart disease, diabetes, and even mental disorders such as depression. What you choose to put into your body can have a startling effect on your state of mind, as well as your physical health. Healthy eating is also recommended when your body is fighting a chronic disease; these long-term conditions put the body under immense strain, and are often cumulative in effect. There are many different forms of chronic disease out there – can healthy eating really help battle them all?

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