Saturday, 07 December 2019
Reading Time: 14 minutes | Research Suggests Bile Acids Have Potential as a Therapy for Dysbiosis, Constipation, and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Generally, when we think of bile, we first think of the role it plays in digestion. Produced by the liver and expelled into the digestive tract by the gallbladder, bile is the substance that serves to emulsify and break
Tuesday, 03 July 2012
Reading Time: 4 minutes | It is a global phenomenon – the increase in gastrointestinal inflammatory disease over the last 50 years, so fast is this occurring that genetic drift is very unlikely to be attributable as causal; but it is likely that changes in diet and lifestyle amongst the genetically susceptible act as triggering agents to induce aberrant immune
Tuesday, 01 November 2011
Reading Time: 6 minutes | Bile. Also known as gall. Memorialised as “that green monster” in Shakespeare. Bile is a bitter-tasting, dark green to yellowish brown liquid produced by our liver, stored in the gallbladder, and known to aid in the digestion of lipids and fats in the small intestine. Bile acids are actually steroids derived from cholesterol.