Childhood traumas can stay with you for life – by messing with your hormone levels, says study

Childhood traumas can stay with you for life – by messing with your hormone levels, says study

The results showed that people who had high stress during childhood and in adulthood, particularly at age 37, had a flatter cortisol pattern.Fortunately, it does not necessarily mean that all people who had experienced childhood traumas will show this cortisol pattern in their adult life.

Reduce inflammation in the gut with the “fasting-mimicking” diet

Reduce inflammation in the gut with the “fasting-mimicking” diet

Patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and other inflammation-related conditions may consider taking up a low-calorie eating pattern.Researchers report that such a fasting-mimicking diet may help prevent inflammation and improve gut health.USC researcher Valter Longo reported that the fasting-mimicking diet successfully reduced inflammation.