Good health, good gut environment. There seems to be no end to these findings.
Do you know a child with celiac? Are they having trouble avoiding discomfort–despite following a gluten-free diet? (
Cross-reactions are possible with other foods that are molecularly similar to gluten.)
Probiotics might help.
Read more from ProThera (Klaire Labs).
This is hardly news — it’s another feather in a pile that weighs a ton.
If you have read
Dr. David Perlmutter’s book , you may have been struck by his account of a gut war going on between two bacterial strains: BrainMaker Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes.
This battle has a lot to do with the obesity epidemic.
Continue reading Study on Old Order Amish reveals link between metabolic syndrome and gut microbiome
I decided to try to take control of the
recent blood test fiasco by doing a detox this month, right before my next blood test.
I used a product from
Garden of Life called Raw Cleanse.
The cleanse has three parts:
a probiotic mix you swish and swallow first thing every morning
a fiber-rich mix to help with elimination.
It was an easy, gentle formula, that didn’t require being too close to a bathroom, and I was able to go to work all week.
Continue reading Spring cleanse: 1-2-3, 1-2-3, swish
And best wishes to Dr. Permutter and all of you for the holidays.
I have already written
a post on Dr. @David Perlmutter ‘s book, The premise of the book is that if your gut microbiome is healthy, so should you be. I have to say that following the precepts of the book are working well for me and my MS. Brain Maker.
However one phrase brought me into sharp disagreement. It said “forget ketchup.”
Continue reading Dr.@DavidPerlmutter, all I am saying is give peace ( I mean ketchup) a chance
As some of you may remember I moved house in late December of last year. Moved between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. Moved 2/10 of a mile to another unit in my same complex. One of the things I had to dismantle was this:
My old kombucha. Sigh.
Continue reading The ‘booch is back in town– starting over with kombucha
Click for a link to this book on Amazon. Well worth the effort!
I downloaded David Perlmutter’s new book,
Brain Makerˆfrom the e-collection at my library. Then I read it. All of it. Every word.Then I went to bed. All that happened between 3pm and 11pm last Sunday. You might say I was motivated to read this book.
Looking at the blurb on the promo image above tells you the essential message of the book:
protect your gut’s microbes: protect and heal your brain. Continue reading #brainmaker: “Brain Maker,” A new book by Dr. David Perlmutter