Can't Miss Gut Health Links #10

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #10

Cool Research

'Ridiculously healthy' elderly have the same gut microbiome as healthy 30-year-olds.

New study starting on the role of gut bacteria in the development of heart and metabolic diseases in those with HIV who use alcohol.

Next-gen beneficial microbes.

Gut microbes may be a factor in triggering multiple sclerosis, but gut bacteria may also play a role in fighting MS.

Scientists have identified the structure of a key enzyme that protects the brain against Parkinson’s diease.

Probiotics found to help reduce pathogenic bacteria in the nose.

Scientists look to see if a mouse with altered gut microbiota in early life also had changes in its brain.

Major breakthrough in treating peanut allergies with probiotics!

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Travelling When Pregnant: How to Enjoy a Holiday With a Baby on the Way.

Broccoli is another veggie that’s good for your gut.

We’ve got fungi in our guts – and that’s a good thing.

Did you know that the average adult has between 5 and 20 pounds of poop trapped in their digestive system? Yuck!

7 ways to feed your gut.

The best ways to get your probiotics.

Probiotics might help ease postnatal depression.

100% vegan fermented foods.

8 Tips to Reset Your Gut.

New study investigates probiotic strains in Iranian pickled vegetables.

A body pillow might be able to prevent acid reflux.

Like beer? Scientists have now created a probiotic beer!

Probiotics are also great for your skin!

Your microbiome may be wrecking your health.

Stress is as bad for you as junk food, it turns out, and has just as bad an effect on our guts.

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

Fermentation processes and methods

From ISAPP Science – What is a Probiotic?

The latest Healthy Gut podcast on SIBO and skin conditions.

Up and coming microbiome research

Recipe Repository

How to make Mugi Miso.

Homemade gut-healthy chicken soup.

Make your own kimchi with this recipe

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Brad Dennis, Ph.D.
Brad Dennis, Ph.D.
Dr. Dennis is the founder of Great Gut, LLC and is a leading pioneer in formulating diverse prebiotic blends that help to rebalance the microbiome in the human digestive system.

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