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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess
PharmD. Rx effect of ancestral food on Homosapien lfunctional microbiota medicine| GUT MICROBIOME SOIL PROBIOTICS PREBIOTICS/OS/RS3 muaythai Xfit paleo
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess 23h
In gratitude to beautiful monicahershaft for such an spectacular celebration at ! You’re so thoughtful and gorgeous! Poolside with birthday hawt girls trinafelber and…
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Follow Dr Jerry BaileyII and The Guy Show Live on Facebook Love this dude and his beautiful family drpamlangenderfer He’s got fantastic pictures and I’m lousy at…
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Aug 11
Beastie boys rap with rockstars and icons at trinafelber monicahershaft drdariningels
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Aug 11
Arrow my fave superhero aka @ Rancho Bernardo Inn
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Aug 11
Costume dance party 🎉 🎉🎉 with my best friends and playmates in the healthcare field! Lady Gaga, Aquagrrrrl, JJ VIRGIN and other’s.... @ The Country Club of Rancho Bernardo
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J P Fanton Jul 30
May Lower & Oxidative Stress in Healthy Adults + Additional Benefits for with Metabolic Syndrome Attn:
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Aug 3
Announcing Microbiome Medicine conference this year October 20-21st in San Francisco CA for COACHES AND INTEGRATIVE CLINICIANS! Don't miss out on SIBO-SIFO gut protocols, learning how to…
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Jacob G Scott Aug 2
First minisymposium speaker is friend and colleague who is discussing host and microbe co-evolution. First use of ‘holobiont’ of the day.
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Jacob G Scott Aug 2
Replying to @AthenaAktipis
If you want to know more about the fitness interdependence concept, lab has just released this paper:
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Djuke Veldhuis Aug 2
Starting off the and behavior sympodium is discussing human social behavior and evolution of beneficial and harmful microbes
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Jacob G Scott Aug 2
Replying to @CancerConnector
Whoah! Non-human primates get 200x as often as humans. What can we learn from this?
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Alicia Martin Aug 2
Fun takeaways from today: elephants have multiple copies of p53 to help protect from cancer, maybe related to body size (but 1 copy in whales). Might be able to use these therapeutically. Game theory is useful for modeling cancer. MDs fly blind with antibiotic Rx
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Dr. Rhonda Patrick Aug 2
Repeated exposure to heat therapy for 6 days increased biomarkers of mitochondrial biogenesis, increased mitochondrial function by 28%, and boosted heat shock protein 70 by 45% in healthy volunteers.
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Rada Aug 2
Why do microbes have colors if that can’t see? Fungi can use pigments to warm up and adapt to thermal environment. via
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Andrea Hardy RD Jul 25
Personalized dietary interventions have been shown to change an individual's gut microbiome. This article from explains how this can help us predict how effective a change in diet can be:
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Beneficial Microbes Consultancy Jul 26
See our recent paper on how to increase plant protein digestion in such a diet and decrease the detrimental effects of increased protein fermentation in the colon using probiotic B.coagulans BC30:
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Robin May Jul 22
Well, that’s awkward...Candida krusei (deadly pathogen) is the same species as Pichia kudriavzevii and others (common food additives). From Ken Wolfe and colleagues, in
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Beneficial Microbes Apr 16
Degradation of food-derived opioid peptides by bifidobacteria Sakurai, et al. -derivedopioidpeptides
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Beneficial Microbes Apr 25
Beneficial Microbes Volume 9 issue 3 is now available online: (including 4 Open Access articles)
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Beneficial Microbes Apr 26
Anti-obesity properties of the strain Bifidobacterium animalis subsp. lactis CECT 8145 in Zücker fatty rats N. López Carreras, P. Martorell, E. Chenoll, S. Genovés, D. Ramón, A. Aleixandre
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