Entries tagged with “Microbiome”
Everyone’s microbiome is slightly different, but for this week’s Healthy Habits, here are some ways to support it in general.
Is cuddling going to regulate your gut bacteria? New research suggests yes.
A healing crisis is any event in which you feel worse on your way to feeling better. Seeing your healing crisis as a nonlinear journey will help you arrive at the destination of improved health.
How do we protect our immune systems? During the COVID pandemic, we’ve been washing our hands, wearing masks, and getting vaccinated. But our bodies have been under siege for much longer.
How to Harness Microbes—Inside and Out— for Lifelong Health
Our bodies have been under siege, and not just due to COVID. Dr. Emeran Mayer explains that it’s because we have disrupted our gut microbiomes.
Julie Peters describes her experience with SIBO and her long journey back to health.
“It turns out that there are gut microbes that can produce neurotransmitters that can alter our emotional state.”
Creating balance in your gut can help to alleviate your anxiety.
Human microbiome science is forcing us again to reevaluate who we are…
How the expression of our genes and the makeup of our micro biome are both fundamentally connected to the foods we choose to eat.
Some practices for tending the gut have scant basis in anatomical reality… The gut has a mind of its own.
How we can control our microbes through diet, exercise, and community.
Flipping through The Whole-Body Microbiome, we learned this.