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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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Gut Journal Nov 10
Beautiful by on "Mucus barrier, mucins and gut microbiota: the expected slimy partners?" - read the paper via
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Very awesome 😎
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Mike Lustgarten, PhD Nov 29
Triglycerides Paradox Among the Oldest Old: "The Lower the Better?"
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Microviable Therapeutics Dec 1
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Scientific American 4 Sep 19
Data-visualization techniques can clarify the uncertainty in information or make it more confusing if not implemented well.
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Cameron Thrash 26 Jun 19
Simulations reveal challenges to artificial community selection and possible strategies for success
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Travis E Gibson 3 Sep 19
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Nathan Price 2 Sep 19
Our latest out in today showing how gut diversity across many conditions can be predicted from blood metabolites. Great collaboration w/ ! Data from Cc:
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R. Lindsey Parsons 9 Sep 19
Dr. Grace Liu () shares about fungal, parasitic, mold and bacterial overgrowths in the gut and diagnostic tests, including the Organic Acids Test. . .
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High Desert Health 9 Sep 19
Dr. Grace Liu () shares about fungal, parasitic, mold and bacterial overgrowths in the gut and diagnostic tests, including the Organic Acids Test. . .
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ISAPP 8 Jul 19
Check out this webinar series on topics related to the gut microbiome -- featuring a webinar by ISAPP's Executive Science Officer Dr. Mary Ellen Sanders called “Probiotic and Prebiotic Definitions: Where Do We Stand?”
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Gregor Reid 12 Jul 19
Nice paper on probiotics and prebiotics and counters all those hoax criticisms
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APPG Human Microbiome 23 Aug 19
Live yoghurt is good for the gut. It's why we are very excited that at our next APPG meeting, will be talking about the yoghurt programme he instigated in east Africa.
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Gregor Reid 28 Aug 19
Frontiers | Probiotics Reduce Health Care Cost and Societal Impact of Flu-Like Respiratory Tract Infections in the USA: An Economic Modeling Study | Pharmacology
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GutMicrobiota Health 21 Jun 19
We all differ in our response to drug treatments. Tests of whether a range of gut bacteria can metabolize a diverse group of drugs show that all the microbes metabolized some drugs via
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GutMicrobiomePapers 21 Jun 19
Fecal microbiota analysis of children with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth among residents of an urban slum in Brazil.
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Alan Walker 17 Jun 19
There are some reasonable points in here, but I'm afraid I can't agree with the defence for naming a new genus after yourself... Leaving aside the fact that it's extremely tacky and egotistical, the honour of having a taxon named after you should be for others to gift.
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Kevin Whelan 19 Jun 19
What is a prebiotic? How do they support your and where can we find them in the diet? Great educational video from
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Daniel J Drucker 13 May 19
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 13 May 19
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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