Can't Miss Gut Health Links #45 – Great Gut Prebiotics

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #45

Can't Miss Gut Health Links #45

Cool Research

Gut microbiota disturbance following antibiotic use at an early age is associated with behavioral disorders in infants.

A new proof-of-concept study shows that the gut microbiota of C-section-born infants can be restored after delivery via orally administered maternal fecal microbiota transplantation.

A Mediterranean diet may positively affect the gut microbiota and health in older populations.


Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

What happens to your body when you eat onion? Remember, onions are a natural source of prebiotic fiber.

Sugar cravings – we all get them. Here’s why, and how to stop them.

Gut health absolutely plays a role in fitness performance.


Podcasts / Videos I Enjoyed

Your Gut Microbiome: The most important organ you’ve never heard of

How the food you eat affects your gut

Great podcast from the BBC on the Hadza tribe – some scientists think they may be a key to our future gut health.


Recipe Repository

Black bean and butternut squash salad

Turmeric and ginger anti-inflammatory salad dressing

A probiotic-filled Asian Chopped Salad (with a yummy Peanut Ginger dressing)

Gut-healing Green Goddess Dressing



The mind and body are not separate. What affects one, affects the other. --Anonymous

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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