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Bacteria in our nose

Lactobacilli are bacteria commonly found in dairy products, but they can also live in our nose. Certain, particularly hairy, species of lactobacilli may reduce the risk of sinusitis.   References to lactobacilli may make you think of yogurt (rich in these bacteria) or the intestinal micro...
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The prevention of bacterial vaginosis could depend on what you eat

According to a study, a low intake of betaine, found in sugar beet, seafood, wheat bran and spinach, could increase the risk of vaginosis. Betaine also plays a key role in liver, cardiovascular and kidney health.   Bacterial vaginosis is a frequent, difficult-to-treat female disorder caus...
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Tell me how much Lactobacillus you have in your saliva, and I’ll tell you how likely you are to gain weight!

Low levels of Lactobacillus in the oral microbiota may predict weight gain over time.   According to recent studies, the composition of the intestinal microbiota, particularly the amount of bacteria from the genus Lactobacillus, may play a role in weight management. Danish researchers set...
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