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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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Mike Howton Nov 14
this would be a gut to study!
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 16
Replying to @MikeHowton
Auto brewery syndrome. Making Coors in your butt lol
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Flipping50TV Nov 14
how your poop can help you lose toxic fat [podcast]
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 12
So the root issues are still present? The flora and tight junctions shift metabolic flexibility
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Matt Sponheimer Nov 11
Strontium isotopic aspects of Paranthropus robustus teeth; implications for habitat, residence, and growth
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 9
Replying to @JayThePuppet
Nice
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 9
That’s great! Did you lose weight or see other health benefits?
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 8
How are ya doing ? Building diversity in your gut and B longum and Akkermansia?
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 6
Replying to @MikeHowton
Meant PREbiotics/fuel lol
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Host-microbe papers Nov 6
Comprehensive analysis of mobile genetic elements in the gut microbiome reveals a phylum-level niche-adaptive gene…
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Thorsten Hagemann Oct 31
Effects of probiotics on body weight, body mass index, fat mass and....
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George Henderson Nov 6
A touching demonstration of the difference between adaptive and pathophysiological elevations in cortisol levels
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 6
Replying to @OneGreatGut
Thx Joel!! You rock !!
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One Great Gut Oct 28
Check out this informative graphic from Dr. Grace Liu Look at all the health…
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Lisa Bailey Oct 30
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 6
Replying to @MikeHowton
Eat foods high in salicylates — green apples, greens, seeds, other anti inflammatory foods. These also have perfect probiotics for flora!
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Mike Howton Oct 31
It would be really interesting to see a gut microbe study related to aspirin.
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 6
Replying to @JayThePuppet
Yes absolutely right. You’ve lowered all the protective flora. Why don’t you roast them. All smart animals did that ;)
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Nov 6
Replying to @Paleo_Andy
Bacteroides can be good or bad. Looks like their fatty acids can be super toxic. Thx !
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Andrew King Nov 2
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