Testosterone is central to growing muscle and getting in shape, for both men and women. Now before you think I’m … Continue reading Exercise, Bodybuilding, Testosterone and Probiotics!
Did you know that a woman’s microbiome, her resident population of symbiont bacteria, plays a critical role in her susceptibility … Continue reading How Women can Reduce their Susceptibility to Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Including HIV Infection!
If you have been following my blog posts and tweets, you know that I’m really against gluten in the diet. … Continue reading Is it possible to have gluten sensitivity reactions from eating meat? Yes…and here’s why:
One of my large containers of kombucha had grown such a thick scoby (probably close to 3″ thick!) that I … Continue reading And now for something unexpected and a little funny! Faces of Scoby
Antibiotic resistance is a growing threat in the world. The concept is simple enough: the frequent use of antibiotics causes … Continue reading What your Doctor Isn’t Telling You about Antibiotics
Kefir is a fermented milk product with at least a two millenium history of human use. Native people such as … Continue reading Kefir: How to make your own! Plus, some of its health benefits proven by research.
If you have read some of the information about the health benefits of probiotics and fermented foods, then you know … Continue reading Kombucha: Fun with SCOBY! A pictorial how-to about a probiotic fermented tea.
Having a healthy population of gut bacteria is one of the most important steps you can take to improve your … Continue reading Simple Steps to Being a Good Host to your Symbionts: Stress Reduction to Become a Happy Holobiont
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!
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: