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Understanding Disease Through Gut Microbiome – Oxford Medicine Article by Dr. Aly Cohen

The gut microbiome, composed of various fungi, viruses, and bacteria, is a vital part of the human host. Taking centre stage, with regard to understanding disease and what causes chronic medical conditions and symptoms, the gut microbiome can play a significant role in the intestinal immune system and inflammation. Research is being carried out to […]

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Meal Prepping May Actually Be Sabotaging Your Diet

Written by Whitney Akers on June 23, 2017 for Healthline.com If your Sunday nights are dedicated to meal prepping for the week ahead, you’re part of a mighty group of health nuts. The planning ahead of meals is a main tip of weight loss coaches, food bloggers, and nutritionists. Indeed, meal prepping’s popularity has exploded on […]

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Dr. Aly Cohen demonstrates proper kitchen bacteria safety techniques in the prevention of salmonella. (David Gard/For The Star-Ledger)

Dr Cohen Reviews Salmonella with Star-Ledger

Protecting Yourself From Salmonella by Susan Bloom / For The Star-Ledger With salmonella causing 1.2 million illnesses in the U.S. each year, Aly Cohen, who practices rheumatology and integrative medicine in Monroe Township, recommends extra caution when handling raw meat and poultry. Cohen said it’s wise to assume that all packaged meat and poultry has bacteria […]

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