Great Gut Blog

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #37

Posted by Brad Dennis, Ph.D. on

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #37

Cool Research

Green tea polyphenols modulate colonic microbiota diversity and lipid metabolism.

Prebiotics may be the key to reducing malnutrition and stunted growth in children in low-income countries.

Type 1 diabetes susceptibility alleles are associated with distinct alterations in the gut microbiota.

Does the gut hold the key to Type 1 diabetes prevention?

Antibiotic therapy in neonates and impact on gut microbiota and antibiotic resistance development.

Intestinal microbiota injury during Allo-Hct is associated with increased mortality, broad-spectrum antibiotics, and decreased calorie intake.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Studies now seem to point to probiotics being able to help the body beat the common cold.

What is “bee glue” and how can it improve your gut health?

Here’s a great yoga move to help ease belly bloat.

Ten foods to eat when your gut needs a little help to go.

How looking after your gut could transform your health.

The mouth-gut axis: why bacteria and your teeth are key to digestive health.

The effects of your gut health on your skin.

Is your doctor knowledgeable about the microbiome?? If not, they should be.

A walk in the woods can boost your immunity – you read that right!

Gut health may begin in the mouth.

6 sneaky ingredients that are actually just added sugar.

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

Meet your microbiome – great intro video from Gut Microbiota for Health.

Loved this animated Pillars of GI Health.

The importance of gut health.

Stress, sleep, and gut bacteria could all be a factor in weight loss.

Recipe Repository

Love KIND Bars? Now, you can make your own with this copycat recipe.

Chia seeds are super healthy – try them in this yogurt pudding with blueberry compote.


“Mindful eating is about awareness. When you eat mindfully, you slow down, pay attention to the food you’re eating, and savor every bite.” – Susan Albers


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published