The food you’ve eaten in the past can affect your attempt to lose weight by dieting.
Two scientists, one from Harvard Medical School and one from MIT, find a strong link between autism and the gut bacteria in the mother’s digestive tract.
Research shows connections between our intestinal microbiota and circadian rhythms.
Our gut microbiome can affect the metabolic health and insulin resistance of pregnant women.
Intestinal bacteria that affect dopamine may occur in greater numbers in those with ADHD
Millions of new genes have now been identified in the human microbiome.
Interesting Blog Posts and Articles
The proven connections between our gut microbiome and human disease are getting stronger
Did you know that smoothies trick your stomach into feeling fuller longer?
How accurate is the “Food Pyramid?”
Wonder what a psychiatrist eats for breakfast to maintain optimal mental health?
What’s your GTT (gut transit time)?
Gut microbiota’s influence on health and disease
Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed
Gut Reaction – documentary focused on gut health and the science and research behind it
Raw Apple Cider Vinegar adds even more nutrients to your healthy salads.
If eating sauerkraut by itself is too much, try adding it to other dishes, like this mushroom soup.
Make your own fermented dill pickles!
Like peaches? Try this fermented peach vinegar tonic.
Use these over the next few weeks: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/14-super-probiotic-recipes-to-realign-your-gut/
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