IBS is bad, but a new study showed that the severity of symptoms is directly connected to diet and gut microbiome composition.
A study of human populations around the world detects differing rates of horizontal gene transfer in the microbiome depending on how industrialized the society is that they live in. Fascinating!
One strain of gut microbe has been linked to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Interesting Blog Posts and Articles
We’ve talked about stress being bad for your gut. Here’s how.
How do you feel about prunes? Did you know they can lower your risk of heart disease?
There are so many different kinds of yogurt on the market these days. What’s the difference?
Podcasts / Videos I Enjoyed
The Gut Health Gurus have a new episode, all about mushrooms.
Speaking of stress, the Perfect Stool talks about its effects on our gut.
Lynda Griparic’s podcast about Parkinson’s disease and gut health.
This sounds delicious – a pizza quiche!
A gut healing Turmeric Chicken Zoodle soup
Got an Instant Pot? Here’s a Curried Cream of Broccoli soup
Wellness is a connection of paths: knowledge and action. – Joshua Holtz