Protecting our brain starts in our gut – immune cells on the surface of mice brains were discovered to have started life in the gut.
The differences in microbiome development in caesarean-born infants compared to vaginally born infants may persist up to 4 years of age.
Research review on the gut microbiome stability and resilience.
Interesting Blog Posts and Articles
The truth about detoxes and cleanses (and it may surprise you).
Is the paleo diet good for your gut?
Like walnuts? Good – they just might be helping lower your LDL cholesterol levels!
Podcasts / Videos I Enjoyed
The Rise In Infectious Diseases, Autoimmunity, & The Gut-Immune Connection, from The Model Health Show
A Brain-Healthy Diet, from The Doctor’s Kitchen
Everything you wanted to know about stomach acid and how it affects digestion, from Gutology
Here’s a great recipe for a “probiotic power bowl” that you can customize as you like
Crispy spud salad with sauerkraut, ham hock and peas
Slow-Cooker Squash, Millet & Lentil Dal with Herbed Yogurt
I hope I can be the autumn leaf, who looked at the sky and lived. And when it was time to leave, gracefully it knew life was a gift. – Dodinsky