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Stress Response Programming and Developing Microbiome

What is the connection between stress response system and the early colonization of the microbiome? This is an interesting connection. As a clinician, I find it interesting to see how different people respond to stress in different ways and this can be explained by [...]

Stress Response Programming and Developing Microbiome2021-02-17T04:38:42+00:00

Gut-Brain Connection

Some of us know that gut-brain connection, when we are stressed and feel those butterflies in our stomach. There are physical and biochemical connections between the brain and the gut. Lymphatic system: There is a direct connection between the gut and brain through the [...]

Gut-Brain Connection2021-01-25T02:02:55+00:00

Intestinal Hyperpermeability

What is Intestinal Hyperpermeability? What is Metabolic Endotoxemia? What is Bacterial Translocation? What is Leaky Gut Syndrome? Do all of these terms really just mean the same thing? What all these terms mean is that the one cell deep lining of our digestive tract [...]

Intestinal Hyperpermeability2020-10-13T03:16:48+00:00

Microbiome-Pets Connection

There is a connection between the microbiome and owning pets. Research shows that people who live with dogs have more diverse microbiomes in comparison to non-pet owners. Children with pets have fewer allergies than non-pet owners. Why is this? Animals have biodiversity in their [...]

Microbiome-Pets Connection2020-09-22T02:52:34+00:00

Fasting-Microbiome Connection

There is research that shows that fasting helps to increase the biodiversity of the microbiome and there is a dynamic repopulation of the gut flora. “Fasting affects the population dynamics and activities of the gut microbiota, an interplay that impacts the host's fasting biology.” (Secor and Carey, 2016) [...]

Fasting-Microbiome Connection2020-08-17T03:22:54+00:00

Exercise-Microbiome Connection

In a study with mice, mice that exercised had significantly higher amounts of a specific type of good gut bacteria than sedentary mice that were fed the same diet. Studies on humans show that exercise increases gut bacteria richness and diversity. Rats that exercised [...]

Exercise-Microbiome Connection2020-07-27T04:43:40+00:00

THREE-Prong Approach to Treating Biofilms

Biofilms are a collection or community of different types of microorganisms that form together into a slimy, gluey consistency that will adhere to liquidy surface such as mucous membranes of the digestive tract. These biofilms will adhere to the lining of the digestive tract [...]

THREE-Prong Approach to Treating Biofilms2020-07-20T02:23:44+00:00

Ozone Therapy

Ozone therapy has been around for over 125 years and there are over 6000 published studies that show that ozone therapy is effective and safe for a number of different health issues. Ozone is made of three oxygen atoms attached together. The air that [...]

Ozone Therapy2020-07-06T04:35:27+00:00

TWO Approaches to Probiotics

Probiotics are the good, healthy bacteria. They are used to repopulate the healthy bacteria in your microbiome. There are two different approaches to taking probiotics. Seeding: providing the healthy bacteria to re-seed the microbiome with good, healthy bacteria. Setting up an Environment for healthy [...]

TWO Approaches to Probiotics2020-06-29T15:41:15+00:00

The Microbiome and The Immune System

What is the connection between the microbiome and the immune system? This will help to explain why it is so important to take care of your microbiome. The microbiome is an ecosystem of bacteria and fungus that live within your digestive tract and it [...]

The Microbiome and The Immune System2020-05-18T03:24:40+00:00
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