Can't Miss Gut Health Links #26

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #26

Cool Research

How good bacteria control our genes.

The gene/cell connection provides new insight into how our gut microbiome stays healthy.

The Local Defender and Functional Mediator: our gut microbiome.

The gut microbiome and pediatric multiple sclerosis.

Evaluating causality of gut microbiota in obesity and diabetes in humans.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Want to improve your gut health and diet? Just eat more fiber 

Pears may have probiotic effects.

Why do we have gut feelings?

At this year’s Individualizing Medicine conference will be two doctors speaking about the human microbiome and its effect on our health.

Healthy eating tips for those working night shifts.

The surprising way our brain and gut are connected.

Why you should try fermented food if you haven’t already.

How to boost your microbiome.

A Guide to Detoxing in 2018 from Vogue Magazine.

Scientists are employing good microbes to treat skin ailments like eczema.

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

Turns out, we have TWO brains.

Gutsy: do prebiotics and probiotics really help our gut?

Dr. Ruscio on the gut microbiome, prebiotics, probiotics, and thyroid disease.

A gut health expert talks about gut balance and an easy gut-friendly dinner.

Recipe Repository

Carrot Soup with Ginger and Turmeric.

Brussel sprouts are good for our health, but some have trouble with the strong flavor. This Roasted Maple Glaze recipe adds sweetness to counteract the bitterness of the veggie.

Homemade mango and lime sorbet.

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“Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Wishing is not enough; we must do.”- Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
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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