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27 Mar 17
I’ve been reading about the positive effects of doing the fast diet on bacreria in the gut and of a Mediterranean type diet helping to clear up the effects of too many antibiotics on your system
http://www.wired.co.uk/article/ditch-diets-tim-spector-genetic-epidemiologist. Does anyone have any experience of fasting and it’s effects on the gut
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