This blog post is longer than most, and for that I apologize (somewhat). I can guarantee that the information you’re … Continue reading Measles, Vaccines and Autism: An Evidence-Based Discussion
The lowly microbiome appears to be capturing an ever-increasing audience in the news these days. This explosion of new knowledge … Continue reading C-sections, Immune/Autoimmune Disorders, the Microbiome and Why You Should Read The Symbiont Factor!
What are the causes of dysbiosis and resultant dysfunction/disease? One cause that seems to be greatly underestimated may be simply … Continue reading Mood: Does it affect gut symbiont health and intestinal function?
After a year and a half of having a second job as a new author, my first book is finally … Continue reading The Symbiont Factor is now a paperback, available on Amazon!
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!
Today is the day I finally got to click on the “submit” button and make my book available on Amazon. … Continue reading The Symbiont Factor is now Published!! Live on Amazon!
The HPA axis is not a part of the body that is often discussed. It is a functional “axis” that … Continue reading Autism, Gut Bacteria and the HPA Axis-What is the connection?
The last decade of research has advanced the understanding of life itself to such a degree that our definitions of … Continue reading Symbiotic Gut Bacteria and The Meaning of Life. How Does it Feel to be 1% Human?
The human microbiome has been the focus of intense scientific scrutiny for the last decade and some truly surprising discoveries … Continue reading Babies, Breasts, Brains and Bugs: How the Microbiome Helps Build a Baby’s Brain-and How Autism Can Happen if it Doesn’t!
One of the key concepts that I have written about in The Symbiont Factor is the influence of the bacterial … Continue reading Human Brain Development Depends on the Bacterial Symbiont Microbiome. Or, We Are What We Are Because of our Bacteria!