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In case you missed it
On Monday, we took a look at the evidence for SIBO. We weighed the evidence to gain an understanding of this confounding condition.
On Wednesday’s podcast release, we took on gut infections and intracellular infections. Spurred on by a listener question, we laid out when these types of infections should be explored.
“There was no statistically significant difference in clinical and endoscopic remission between patients with UC who received fecal transplants from healthy donors and those who received their own fecal microbiota, which may be due to limited numbers.”
Rate of infections tend to peak around the time of rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis according to a recent observational study.
Epstein Barr virus shown to have no association with rheumatoid arthritis according to meta-analysis. May still be linked to MS and SLE.
Shift work can lead to obesity and diabetes.
You have a 7.5% chance of having celiac disease if a 1st degree relative has it, according to a recent systemic review with meta-analysis.
Vitamin C supplementation reduces anxiety.
C-section birth associated with immune dysfunction by an impressively large observational study
Laugh a Little!
PaleOMG: Cauliflower Soup with Bacon and Brown Butter
Autoimmune Paleo: Ginger Spiced Cookies and Coconut Milk
Paleo Hacks: Paleo Pumpkin Ravioli
Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind: Brown Butter Snickerdoodles
Dance: Turn on the radio, or your iPod, and dance away to your favorite songs.
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of it’s troubles. It empties today of its strength.
– Joy Each Day
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