Blog — Probiotic Rich Foods
Posted by Charlotte Tzabari on
p> Science is only beginning to understand the role of the microbiome to the inner workings of our body. We discuss the many areas (of both wellness and disease) that are impacted by the correlating health of the microbiome in our article Eating Probiotic-Rich Foods to Fortify and Nurture a Microbiome Health. A fascinating area of scientific study is the relationship between the brain and gut connection. The gut is home to the bulk of your microbiome—although it spans your body occupying space in your mouth, lungs and genitals, the immense colony of good bacteria called...
Posted by Shai Tzabari on
To start off this article, we quote Dr. David Perlmutter, a leading medical expert on microbiome health, and the board certified neurologist who authored Brain Maker, The Power of Gut Microbes to Heal and Protect Your Brain – For Life: “It’s now undeniable that our intestinal organisms participate in a wide variety of actions, including immune system functioning, detoxification, inflammation, neurotransmitter and vitamin production, nutrient absorption, signaling being hungry or full, and utilizing being carbohydrates and fat. All of these processes factor mightily into whether or not we experience allergies, asthma, ADHD, cancer, diabetes, or dementia. The microbiome affects our...
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