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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #12

Posted by Brad Dennis, Ph.D. on

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #12

Cool Research

The role of the gut microbiome in PTSD.

Elsevier’s Digestive and Liver Disease journal offers this research on the golden rules for correctly using probiotics.

The relationship between gut microbiota and metabolism.

A new way to prevent unfavorable intestinal microbiota.

The gut microbiome in atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.

The effect prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotics have on liver histopathy.

Study demonstrates a connection between the gut microbiome and IBD.

Probiotics can help you lose weight.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Will gut bacteria analysis soon be a normal part of our health checkups??

The connections between our gut-brain connection, mental illness, and disease.

Are bacteriophages the key to fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria??

Mangoes can help with constipation and diarrhea.

Probiotics might be one key to improving the health of seniors.

Feeling down? Give your mood a boost by giving your gut bacteria a boost!

Great to see articles on gut health hitting major media sites like Bloomberg.

Antibiotics aren’t bad in and of themselves – but they can do a number on your gut. Here’s how to recover your gut health after taking them.

Fix your gut to fix your weight in six easy steps.

We should all try these ten methods of strengthening our gut-brain axis.

What is carrageenan?

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

Are all probiotics the same?

How to choose a good probiotic.

Recipe Repository

Add some prebiotics to your Thanksgiving table with this leek recipe with walnuts and tarragon.

Cranberry and walnut relish is another Thanksgiving winner.

Glazed shallots bring on the onion family prebiotics

And round things out with a Thanksgiving slaw.


“Food, in the end, in our own tradition, is something holy. It’s not about nutrients and calories. It’s about sharing. It’s about honesty. It’s about identity.” -- Louise Fresco


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