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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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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Oct 13
For the win !! Congratulations Princess Warrioress!!!! 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉 So happy and proud of you mjhamid01 Thx thefirecream 🔥🔥🔥 and quicksilverscientific for amazing
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Oct 13
Watching our fighters and boxers! Here’s my Krav instructor katiesmashhurd feeding well deserved brownies to title winner johnnyleeh ! was underweight at weighins…
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Oct 12
Replying to @evolutionarypsy
I miss u and Harward !! Yes GOS is pretty fart-worthy for the uninitiated lol
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☠️Evolutionscarypsy🕸🎃 Oct 11
Replying to @Gut_Goddess
Human studies: hard to change diet in seniors. Decided to try a prebiotic (fiber) supplementation instead. (These guys love GOS ). Put in healthy elderly cohort and young healthy cohort. Used up to 21 gram fiber supplements...some unhappy next of kin caregivers!
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McHeyzer-Williams Oct 6
Gut Fungi-Mediated | SYK-CARD9 Signaling Axis that restricts colitis and colon cancer | Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti
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Marie-Claire Arrieta May 29
Are microbial eukaryotes important species that shape the structure of the bacterial microbiome? We think so.
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Brett Finlay Aug 16
Our latest publication examines bacterial and fungal dysbiosis in allergic disease in rural Ecuador - nice work, and team!
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Oct 3
In less than 3hrs having webinar w hawt Michael Roesslein food_ink_travel_life of Rebel Health about SIBO and SIFO and some free things you can do at home.
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Tom Hughes Oct 1
Turns out Scrubs predicted the importance of the microbiome years ago
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Oct 1
Replying to @Trimechanics
Perfect!!! Haha
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Dr. Mark JS Miller Sep 28
Extensive brain inflammation present in fibromyalgia patients, shows recent multicenter study ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Sep 28
FIRE CREAM 🔥🔥🔥🐉🐉🐉 with CBD and magic for pain and inflammation relief! Can’t wait to share w my fighters and fave Chiro friends!!! Thank you so much Mike Kuhn and food_ink_travel_life…
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Moran Yassour Jul 13
Our paper on mother-to-child bacterial transmission was just published at :
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Mike Cox Sep 3
I guess lots of things that don't necessarily require big changes. Just commit to one step more real life. If you're using e.coli LPS, try different strains? If your disease is respiratory, try haemophilus LPS or antigens from S.pneumoniae.
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Mike Cox Sep 3
Dear Immunology, please stop pretending LPS from E.coli or Salmonella = all bacteria and heat-killed bacteria = all bacteria. Find a nice microbiologist to collaborate with and we can do all sorts of lovely better models.
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Kristina Campbell, microbiome science writer Sep 14
Super excited to see this review published from Elena Verdu's group -- the field has been waiting for a comprehensive overview of how gut microbiota could factor into immune-linked food sensitivities:
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Cell Host & Microbe Sep 14
With , resistance is not always futile. Severyn&Bhatt discuss recent works from on how probiotics variably affect individuals & short- and longer-term impact on colonization & host response
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Jotham Suez Sep 21
I hope somewhere there are germ-free mice waiting to be transplanted with these samples
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Jotham Suez Sep 27
Good bacteria, healthy diet: how useful these general terms are anyway? And what do viruses and fungi have to do with it? Check out our new review from on diet & microbiome out today in
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Ellen Avery Sep 10
Two great papers published in Cell last Thursday from the labs of . Both really impressive, high-quality papers that will continue to propel the field of microbiome research forward.
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