Chronic Inflammation and Gut Health Resources on Eat Burn Sleep

All optimum health study sources referenced on the Eat Burn Sleep platform will be referenced here.

Scholarly Articles on Chronic Inflammation:

Cancer Prevention & Recovery Help Section. Shacter and Weitzman (2002) show that ‘A substantial body of evidence supports the conclusion that chronic inflammation can predispose an individual to cancer’ – Chronic Inflammation, Europe PMC. 

Cancer Prevention & Recovery Help Section. Chan and Giovannucci (2001) show that ‘dairy has been consistently associated with increased risk of prostrate cancer’ – Epidemiologic Reviews, Electromedicine.

Cancer Prevention & Recovery Help Section. Abu-Ghazaleh, Chua, Gopalan (2020) show that ‘dietary compounds including red and processed meat were deemed to damage intestinal mucosa and favor cancer development’ – Intestinal microbiota and its association with colon cancer and red/processed meat consumption, Wiley Online Library.

Cancer Prevention & Recovery Help Section. Béliveau and Gingras (2007) show the ‘foods with anticancer molecules’ – Role of nutrition in preventing cancer – Canadian Family Physician.

Cancer Prevention & Recovery Help Section. Rake-off-Nahoum (2006). Why Cancer and Inflammation? Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine.

Cancer Prevention & Recovery Help Section. Weitzman (2002). Chronic inflammation and cancer, Europepmc.

IBS, Bloating & Regular Bowel Function Help Section. Chatila, Merhi, Hariri, Sabbah & Derb (2017) show that ‘IBS, which affects 11% of the general population, can be characterised by stomach cramps, diarrhea, constipation and bloating’ – Irritable Bowel Syndrome: prevalence, risk factors in an adult Lebanese population, BMC Gastroenterology.

IBS, Bloating & Regular Bowel Function Help Section. Yurtdas, Acer-Tek, Akbulut, Cemali, Arslan, Coskun & Zengin (2019). Risk Factors for Constipation in Adults: A Cross-sectional Study, Journal of the American College of Nutrition.

IBS, Bloating & Regular Bowel Function Help Section. Mardini, Grigorian (2014). Probiotic Mix VSL#3 Is Effective Adjunctive Therapy for Mild to Moderately Active Ulcerative Colitis: A Meta-analysis, Oxford Academic, IBD.

IBS, Bloating & Regular Bowel Function Help Section. Ogata, Ogita, Tari, Arakawa and Suzuki (2017). Supplemental psyllium fibre regulates the intestinal barrier and inflammation in normal and colitis mice, Cambridge University Press. 

IBS, Bloating & Regular Bowel Function Help Section. Ramadass, Jabaris, Perumal, Hairullslam, Gopinath and Madhan (2016). Type I collagen and its daughter peptides for targeting mucosal healing in ulcerative colitis: A new treatment strategy, European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 

Migraines & Headaches Help Section. Lee et al (2016). Caffeine discontinuation improves acute migraine treatment: a prospective clinic-based study, The Journal of Headache and Pain.

Migraines & Headaches Help Section. Arca & Singh (2021). Dehydration and Headache, Springer Link.

Migraines & Headaches Help Section. Peikert, Wilimzig & Köhne-Volland (1996). Prophylaxis of Migraine with Oral Magnesium: Results From A Prospective, Multi-Centre, Placebo-Controlled and Double-Blind Randomized Study, Sage Journals. 

Migraines & Headaches Help Section. Moffat, Swash & Scott (1972). Effect of tyramine in migraine: a double-blind study. 

Migraines & Headaches Help Section. Zaeem, Zhou & Dilli (2016). Headaches: a Review of the Role of Dietary Factors, Springer Link. 

Migraines & Headaches Help Section. Mauskop & Varughese (2012). Why all migraine patients should be treated with magnesium, Springer Link.

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. De Heredia, Gomez-Martinez & Marcos (2012). Obesity, inflammation and the immune system, Cambridge University Press. 

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. Zunszain, Hepgul & Pariante (2012). Inflammation and Depression, Springer Link. 

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. Semrin et al. (2006). Impaired intestinal iron absorption in Crohn’s disease correlates with disease activity and markers of inflammation, Oxford Academic IBD.

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. White (2018). Vitamin D deficiency and the pathogenesis of Crohn’s disease, The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. Yang et al (2013). Therapeutic Effect of Vitamin D Supplementation in a Pilot Study of Crohn’s Patients, National Library of Medicine.

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. Cabre, Mañosa & Gassull (2012). Omega-3 fatty acids and inflammatory bowel diseases – a systemic review, Cambridge University Press.

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. Ward et al. (2015). Prevalence and Risk Factors for Functional Vitamin B12 Deficiency in Patients with Crohn’s disease.

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. Duerksen et al. (2006). Vitamin B12 malabsorption in patients with limited ill resection, Science Direct.

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. Gomollón et al. (2017). Oral Cyanocobalamin is Effective in the Treatment of Vitamin B12 Deficiency in Crohn’s disease, National Library of Medicine.

IBD: Celiac, Crohn’s, Colitis, Diverticulitis Help Section. Coleman et al. (2021). P266 Prevalence of lactose malabsorption in coeliac [sic] disease and symptom correlation, BMJ Journals.

Covid-19 Recovery:

ps://theconversation.com/inflammation-the-key-factor-that-explains-vulnerability-to-severe-covid-

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-020-1051-9

https://academic.oup.com/ooim/article/2/1/iqab004/6131647

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9137823/Bacteria-GUT-affects-Covid-19-severity.html

https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.02.25.20025643v1.full-text

https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/12/5/1466

Fertility Support (With or Without IVF): Syriou et al. (2019). Cytokines and male infertility, Springer Link.

Fertility Support (With or Without IVF): Shin & Ocada (2016). Infertility in men with inflammatory bowel disease, National Library of Medicine. 

Fertility Support (With or Without IVF): Christiansen, Nielsen & Kolte (2006). Inflammation and miscarriage, Science Direct.

Fertility Support (With or Without IVF): Hattori et al. (2007). Uterine Cervical Inflammatory Cytokines, Interleukin-6 and -8, as Predictors of Miscarriage in Recurrent Cases, Wiley Online Library. 

Fertility Support (With or Without IVF): Vannuccini et al. (2016). Infertility and reproductive disorders: impact of hormonal and inflammatory mechanisms on pregnancy outcome, Oxford Academic.

Fertility Support (With or Without IVF): Parazzini et al. (1998). Coffee consumption and risk of hospitalised miscarriage before 12 weeks of gestation, Oxford Academic.

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Clemens, Hernell & Michaelsen (2010). Evidence for Acne-Promoting Effects of Milk and Other Insulinotropic Dairy Products, Karger.

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Netter (2021). Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, Hormone Receptors and Acne Vulgaris: A Connecting Hypothesis, MDPI.

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Nho & Jeffery (2001). The Synergistic Upregulation of Phase II Detoxification Enzymes by Glucosinolate Breakdown Products in Cruciferous Vegetables, Science Direct. 

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Morris (1954). Use of Vitamin C in Acne Vulgaris, JAMA Network. 

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Mogaddam et al. ((2014). Correlation Between the Severity and Type of Acne Lesions with Serum Zinc Levels in Patients with Acne Vulgaris, Hindawi.

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Louis et al. (2011). Incidence of endometriosis by study population and diagnostic method: the ENDO study, Science Direct. 

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Viganò et al. (2004). Endometriosis: epidemology and etiological factors, Science Direct. 

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Melmed (2020). Physiology and Pathology of the Female Reproductive Axis, Science Direct.

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Kinkel et al. (2006). Diagnosis of endometriosis with imaging: a review, Springer Link.

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Evans & Decherney (2017). Fertility and Endometriosis, Clinic Obstetrics and Gynaecology Journals.

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Zanetta et al. (2000). Hyperestrogenism: A Relevant Risk Factor for the Development of Cancer from Endometriosis, Science Direct.

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Cai et al. (2021). Phytoestrogens for the Management of Endometriosis: Findings and Issues, MDPI.

Hormonal Balance, Acne, Menopause, Endometriosis: Mirabi (2013). Nutrition and Endometriosis, ProQuest. 

Sports Performance and Recovery: Scoon et al (2006). Effect of post-exercise sauna bathing on the endurance performance of competitive male runners, National Library of Medicine. 

PCOS, Insulin Resistance and Diabetes: Goldrat & Delbaere (2018). PCOS: update and diagnostic approach, NIH.

PCOS, Insulin Resistance and Diabetes: Ojeda-Ojeda et al. (2013). Mediators of Low-Grade Chronic Inflammation in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), Ingenta Connect.

PCOS, Insulin Resistance and Diabetes: Jamilian et al. (2016). Effects of Zinc Supplementation on Endocrine Outcomes in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: a Randomised, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial, NIH. 

Overindulgence Recovery Protocol: Steinberg (2013). Obesity – The efficacy of a daily self-weighing weight loss intervention using smart scales and e-mail, Wiley Online Library.

Treating Conditions With Spirituality: Balboni et al. (2022). Spirituality linked with better health outcomes, patient care – ScienceDaily

Walking. The Anti-inflammatory Actions of Exercise Training – National Library of Medicine. 

Walking. Exercise…It does a body good: 20 minutes can act as anti-inflammatory: Dimotrov et al. (2017) – Eruekalert.org.

Walking. Simoni et al. (2018). Oxidative stress: role of physical exercise and antioxidant nutraceuticals in adulthood and aging – National Library of Medicine. 

Walking. Miyashita et al. (2008). Accumulating short bouts of brisk walking reduces postprandial plasma triacylglycerol concentrations and resting blood pressure in healthy young men – The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.