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How Your Gut Health Can Help Influence Your Cholesterol Levels

Researchers found that your microbiome makes your medication more or less efficient

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Did you know that the gut microbiome can play a role in how well statins lower your bad cholesterol?

Researchers at the Institute for Systems Biology recently showed that differences in the…




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Ronke Babajide

Ronke Babajide

Woman in IT, Natural Scientist, Life Coach, Speaker, Podcaster, Founder. Writes about Work, Tech, Science, Personal Growth & Life

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