Can't Miss Gut Health Links #31

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #31

Cool Research

Gut microbiota-derived short chain fatty acids induce circadian clock entrainment in mouse peripheral tissue.

Gut microbiome populations are associated with structure-specific changes in white matter architecture.

We might soon have a blood test for Alzheimer’s disease.

PCOS may reduce gut bacteria diversity.

Probiotics might be a strong therapy for women with PCOS.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Four easy things you can do to keep your gut healthy.

Really enjoyed this article on good fats versus bad fats.

A neuroscientist explores the gut-brain connection.

Ways to recover gut health after a course of antibiotics.

How your gut can make you seem smarter.

Be wary of fructose syrup if you see it on an ingredient list.

Prebiotics in infant formula may boost learning and memory in infants.

Probiotics may someday be able to slow down the progression of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

Interview with Dr. Embriette Hyde on her work with the American Gut Project.

Feed your microbes and nurture your mind.

Interview with one of the founding fathers of probiotic research, Dr. Gregor Reid.

Recipe Repository

Delicious and easy roasted sunchokes – one of the best natural sources of prebiotic fiber!

“Sloppy Joes” vegetarian style.

A healthy breakfast bake, with sweet potatoes, apples, raisins, and walnuts.

Spiced chicken with banana sambal.

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"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time. Then your time on earth will be filled with glory." Betty Smith
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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