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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess
PharmD. Rx effect of ancestral food on Homo sapien | microbiome medicine| GUT MICROBIOME SOIL PROBIOTICS PREBIOTICS/OS/RS3 muaythai Xfit paleo
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Daniel J Drucker May 13
On the 8th day, the universe witnessed creation of the gut What does an endocrine scientist or clinician need to know?
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GutMicrobiota Health May 13
The microbiome has recently been identified as a potential target in certain cancers. Researchers at Karolinska Institutet have found that the presence of oral bacteria in a pancreatic cystic neoplasm is linked to how severe the tumour is via
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GutMicrobiota Health May 13
The human breastmilk has shown its protective effects on preventing weight gain in children. New observational data reveal that SCFAs in human milk may play a beneficial role in weight gain and adiposity during infancy
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ISAPP May 14
Nathalie Delzenne of Belgium takes the podium at to talk about prebiotics & how they modulate the gut microbiota.
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Michael Cabana, MD May 14
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Sarah Lebeer May 16
What are Fermented Foods? Educational Video via
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ERC Europe May 16
Did you know that a certain bacteria in your gut helps you fight off heart diseases and type-2 diabetes? Discovered by ERC grantee Prof. Patrice Cani
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Gut Journal May 16
'Increasing Incidence of colorectal cancer in young adults in Europe over the last 25 years' - read paper via
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Kevin Whelan May 15
Your fibre intake can impact the effect of a on your (1) Bifidobacteria ⬆️ irrespective of fibre intake (2) Lactobacilli ⬆️ more in those with low fibre (3) Ruminococcaceae & Faecalibacterium ⬆️ more in high fibre
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Larry Diamond May 9
Pt 1. I listen to wide-variety of podcasts. Also had great pleasure to attend Gut Panel with 2 of my favorite contextual/holistic thinkers+ successful clinicians If gut dysbiosis then ‘weed’ w elimination diet even strategic use of drugs warranted
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MicroSeminar Mar 27
Aaaaaaand we're back with : Hangout: … Youtube:
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MicroSeminar Mar 27
. Cultured (some) fungi from stickleback gut as well
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Cameron Thrash May 6
The origin of aerobic methanotrophy
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Cameron Thrash May 6
What medicine can teach academia about preventing burnout
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Cameron Thrash May 7
Taxonomic assignment of uncultivated prokaryotic virus genomes is enabled by gene-sharing networks
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Cameron Thrash May 7
A “Cultural” Renaissance: Genomics Breathes New Life into an Old Craft. By ⁦
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Irene Newton May 7
“”Unculturable” is a frame of mind, not a state of microbiology”
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MicroSeminar Apr 1
In case you missed ‘s microseminar last week, the full version (with "technical challenges" edited out) now archived on YouTube!
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Cameron Thrash Apr 5
High proportions of bacteria are culturable across major biomes
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Jotham Suez Apr 6
Probiotics may reduce the efficacy of cancer immunotherapy - potentially through an effect on the microbiome (fiber might help, though)
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