Can't Miss Gut Health Links #33

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #33

Cool Research

Boston University researchers compared probiotic levels in store-bought and natural foods.

Are the gut bacteria telling us to eat or not to eat? A look at the role of gut microbiota in the etiology, disease progression and treatment of eating disorders.

The potential role of gut microbiota in pediatric multiple sclerosis.

Gut bacteria can alter the protective effects of a gene that wards off type 1 diabetes.

Research suggests that certain gut microbes may provide the fuel for colon cancer tumors.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Fermented foods are like a hug for your gut.

Biohack your body with sleep.

It might be time to swap out your supplements for seaweed.

A look at the link between sugar and gut health (hint: cut back on the sugar, it’s not good for our tummies).

Gut bacteria and obesity – feeding the microbiota.

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth aka SIBO – what it is, and how to treat it with dietary changes.

Want to remember where your keys are after age 50? Eat your beans.

An inflammation-reducing yoga sequence to help you get good sleep at night.

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

Could the increase in C. difficile be because of a sugar found in ice cream?

Five quick smoothie recipes.

The microbiome and the brain.

Do you have stress belly?

Recipe Repository

Gujarati cabbage with potato and coconut.

A low-FODMAP and vegan quinoa salad with miso and broccoli.

Oat bran flapjacks with coconut and sunflower seeds.

Breakfast bakes are fantastic: here’s one with sausage, eggs, mushrooms, and spinach!

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“Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know.” – Pema Chödrön
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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