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Fast(er) 2 Miler-Monday….and Gut Screening Tuesday! by Groff's Girl Posted Tue 01 Mar 2011 12:00am Busy two days in Groff’s Girl World!!  I started off my weekly goals yesterday with my morning 2 miler….usually an 11:00/mi, this time it was 9:58/mile!!!  Now that is how you start a Monday!!! I was pretty happy when I touched that screen and heard (using my Hub’s Nike+) “Distance: 2.04 miles, Pace: 9:58 minute mile”.  I was so hap ... Read on »
The antimicrobial properties of kefir, Gulf War Syndrome and gut bacteria, and the effects of high-fat nutrition on gut flo by Angela Williams-Dunford Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm Some interesting and unexpected research finds today: On kefir, which I am beginning to make in my home Resoution of Recurrent Clostridium difficile-associated Diarrhea Using Staggered Antibiotic Withdrawal and Kefir Antimicrobial and healing activity of kefir and kefiran extract And a few interesting studies recruiting now… Bact ... Read on »
Economic Fibromyalgia Relief and a Gut Health Gut Check on RSBell Radio by RSBell Posted Sat 20 Sep 2008 12:00am Radio broadcast on Sunday, September 21, 2008 from 1 PM to 3 PM EDT: Would you reasonably expect to remain healthy by relying upon food devoid of vitamins, minerals and trace minerals? Of course not. So how do you expect that our economy should remain healthy while relying upon "money" devoid of gold and silver, the tangible backing ... Read on »
Gut I.Q. and the Distal Gut Microbiome as a Driver of Health and Disease by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sat 05 Oct 2013 11:52am Why We Are Sick and Fat: Calories In (SUPERORGANISM) = Calories Out (MICROBIOTA) + Calories Out (HUMAN) + HEAT*Fluxxx Source: Marchesi 2011 . Centenarians and the Microbiota I'll go over this one below soon -- BIG THANK YOU TO TATER/TIM AND M.O. FOR THE PDF!!! What is it about healthy, long-lived centenarians? I dunno... Their im ... Read on »
The gut-brain connection: Why you should pay attention to your “gut” feelings by Lucia Gabriela Facebook Posted Sun 29 Dec 2013 9:59am Examining the gut-brain connection - It’s not just about food digestion. Inside your gastrointestinal tract is your enteric nervous system, which manages every aspect of digestion from the esophagus to the stomach, small intestine and colon.... Read on »
#AHS14 My Talk is Up: Re-Savaging the Gut, Solving the Identity Crisis of the Ancestral Gut by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Mon 11 Aug 2014 11:03pm Ancestral Health Symposium 2014 August 7-9th U.C. Berkeley Please check it out. Re-Savaging the Gut Solving the Identity Crisis of the Ancestral Gut The gut microbiota has undergone radical changes. Human gut anatomy are unaltered but the microbial ecosystems have degraded. Health may mirror these changes and how we acquire our mi ... Read on »
Exercise (Step #6) to Be Lean, Healthy, HAWWWT, Have a Great Gut and GUT MICROBIOTA; New Study on Spectacular Diversity, Health by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Fri 29 Aug 2014 12:30pm IRISH RUGBY MEMBERS Source Exercise (Step #6) Did you guys see how a new trial showed that the studly, elite rugby players on the national Irish team displayed awesome guts (and abs) while they were in training? I love this topic because not only does it raise many questions but it may answer what we inherently know/suspect ... Read on »
What Is Hiding in Your Gut? ME/CFS, Leaky Gut, Enteroviruses, and the Potential for Treatment by Erica Verrillo Posted Wed 03 Sep 2014 5:51pm Recently, a group of researchers at UC Davis discovered that HIV evades detection, and eradication, by hiding in the gut. They also discovered how. The mechanism is simple. First the gut responds to the virus by activating immune cells that release the pro-inflammatory cytokine, IL-beta. IL-beta breaks down the lining of the gut, cau ... Read on »
Be good to your gut, and your gut will (not) be good to you? by GFGradNut Posted Mon 09 May 2011 10:30pm 13 Mar This is an exaggeration, but I might be dying. Sickness strikes again. What’s ... Read on »
A Healthy Gut is a Happy Gut! by Lucky V. Patient Expert Posted Sun 25 Aug 2013 12:59pm For a limited time  is offering Buy One Get One on Udo’s Choice Digestive Food Enzyme Blends . Add some good flora to your digestive tract with Adult Enzyme and Advanced Adult Enzyme Blends . Supp lementing with Udo’s Choice food enzymes will promote proper digestion, support immune function and provide you with more ... Read on »