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?
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!
In The Symbiont Factor (http://amzn.to/1jz3kPt), I explain that one of the most important variables that we can influence to improve … Continue reading A Good Guide to Breathing Exercises to Help your Gut Bacteria
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
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?
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.
These days it seems that every other person has high cholesterol, high triglycerides, fatty liver disease or is overweight. Many … Continue reading The Symbiont Factor Looks at Triglycerides, Cholesterol, Weight Gain and Fatty Liver Disease