One of the most famous microbiome microbiologists of all time has recently expressed concern over taking high levels of certain probiotics as they can damage the flora balance of the digestive tract. Billions of colony forming units may not necessarily be the best thing when it comes to balancing a damaged microbiome. Many people shop […]
Recent comments from doctors in Arizona, specifically those at the Cardon Children’s Medical Center, have been clear – Leaky Gut doesn’t exist. Parents brought there two boys to the hospital, telling the doctors the boys had Leaky Gut, and they weren’t allowed to leave with their boys – instead they were taken away […]
Fish stock is credited with being very gentle on the gut lining. It is gentle, smooth and one of the most beneficial forms of meat stock for damaged guts. Use fish heads, bones, tails and fins; especially pieces with some meat on the bones, like this, if nothing else is […]
“Nutritional myths are perpetuated by marketing. One of the biggest myths I see on nutrition is the big push on dairy. The right kind of dairy from the right kind of cow fed the right kind of food can be very healthy but again it goes back to what kind,” says Dr. Peter Osborne, DC […]
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