The microbiome is often described as an ecosystem, but what does that mean really? To understand this, we really have … Continue reading The Microbiome as an Ecosystem. What’s in common between wolves and our microbiome?
So, you’re walking about in the grocery store, carrying on that inner dialog about what to purchase…when you notice the … Continue reading Is Organically Grown, Grass-fed Meat Healthier?
Autism is a neurobehavioral condition that has been dramatically on the rise in the last decade. There are many factors … Continue reading Why Diet and Gut Bacterial Symbionts may be the most important thing you learn about Autism Spectrum Disorder
So today I thought I would share some simple practical microbiome advice! Steps to a Healthy Microbiome 1. Start noticing … Continue reading 11 Easy Steps to Improving your Microbiome and Symbiont-healthy Lifestyle!
One of the core, pillar concepts of my book The Symbiont Factor is the fact that “our” mind is heavily … Continue reading New study reveals effect of dietary sugar and fat on gut bacteria, and the effect of altered gut bacteria on memory and cognitive flexibility.
As I’ve been busily shutting down one clinic to open another, I’ve logged many miles of driving-which has given me … Continue reading Top Ten Reasons that the Microbiome Matters:
As a human being living on Planet Earth, I sometimes ponder where my species fits in to the planet’s ecosystem. … Continue reading And the meek shall inherit the Earth…
Well, I had some time between patients yesterday, and, having watched just enough cute cat videos and ignored enough political/religious … Continue reading New Video about Gut Bacteria, Probiotics, Brain!
I got my ubiome results back today! It is amazing how much data there is in the report-it’s possible to … Continue reading Studying our own Microbiome! The search for answers continues…
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