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I watched a fascinating interview today, with Dr. Deepak Chopra interviewing Professor Larry Smarr about the microbiome and its implications. … Continue reading Dr. Deepak Chopra and Dr. Larry Smarr Talk About the Microbiome and Hologenome!
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With the upcoming release of the movie “Fed Up” with Katie Couric (http://bit.ly/1m60mlD) I feel it’s time to review some … Continue reading Soda, Sugar, Obesity and the Microbiome: Predicting Weight Loss
Every fall, the flu shot PR machine revs up again, advising everyone to get a shot to prevent the flu … Continue reading A Probiotic “Flu Shot”?
Feeling stressed is so common that most people do not seem to realize how bad it really is for our … Continue reading Being Stressed-out is Bad for Gut Bacteria! Stress and the Microbiome:
Autism is a rapidly growing problem, affecting 1 in 68 people today. It affects some people more than others, hence … Continue reading Autism, ASD, the Brain and the Microbiome