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Gut Feelings: Radiolab Podcast on the Gut Microbiome

We couldn’t resist sharing this excellent and amusing Radiolab podcast, called Gut Feelings, about some important research by John Cryan, PhD, Professor & Chair, Dept. ...
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Proton Pump Inhibitors Associated with Increased Risk of Premature Death
CASI 2017

Clinical and Scientific Insights CASI: The Gut Microbiome Revolution

In this previous year Clinical and Scientific Insights CASI session, Dr. Mullin defines prebiotics and reviews their application in health and disease. He presents the ...
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Immune Health

ICU Stays Destroy Gut Microbiome, Ups Sepsis Risk

Researchers at the University of Chicago found that after a long stay in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) only a handful of pathogenic microbe species ...
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Gut Microbiome

How Does Eating Organically Grown Food Affect The Gut-Microbiome?

An apple a day … yes, we all know, keeps the doc away. But how does eating an organically grown apple versus a conventionally grown ...
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Study Uncovers Link Between Gut Health and Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s, with more than 90,000 new cases diagnosed in the U.S. each year and more ...
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The Ever-Evolving Microbiome: Part Two

Crafting a personalized probiotic protocol that changes across the lifespan, to meet your patients' needs at every age and stage of life.
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Food as Medicine

15+ Foods to Nourish A Child’s Gut

The gut microbiome plays a vital role in children’s health, often influencing their physical and mental health later in life. Microbiome support starts with a ...
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The Ever-Evolving Microbiome—Ages and Stages

Research highlights specific patterns and transition points at various ages and stages of life, as well as significant impacts those changes have on long-term wellness—so ...
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Strong Antibiotics May Promote the Growth of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria in the Gut

A study published in Nature Communications shows that antibiotic-resistant bacteria get extra nutrients and thrive when the drugs kill ‘good’ bacteria in the gut.
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Foods to Eat & Avoid for Optimal Microbiome Health

Everyone’s gut microbiome is unique and evolving. Harmonizing the gut, by keeping the trillions of microbial residents in balance is a key to health and ...
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