It’s early morning on the Maine coast, and as I do my usual “thing” and look at my social media … Continue reading Bifidobacterium breve in premature infants…Really no benefit?
So, time for a treat, right? Here’s an example based on my book, The Symbiont Factor. Before reading the rest … Continue reading When is an Ice Cream Sundae not ice cream? Synbiotic Deception!
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?
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!
Ok, so most of what I’ve written in regards to probiotics and gut bacteria is about humans-but much of it … Continue reading Nauseous,Vomiting Dog + Goat Milk Kefir=Happy Dog!
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
I often make nutritional recommendations to my patients, usually with the intent of improving their microbiome and lowering their inflammation … Continue reading Why one of my Patients would not eat Sardines! Some “inflammatory humor”.