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The Washington Post feature Fermentation
Daily Mail Feature on Breast Milk and Bacteria
Tim Spector Speaks To Net Doctor
The Times: Gut Bacteria Linked to Fatigue?
FAB article from Goop and Steven Gundry on Autoimmune Disease
“Game changer” for Parkinson’s Disease From the Daily Express
Even Grazia Is Talking About Gut Health
How Probiotics Can Change Your Life From Alternet.Org
What are the Best – and Tastiest – Ways to Get Your Probiotics? By CDN
Rhiannon Lambert Shares Her Top Foods For a Healthy Gut
Even Vogue is talking about cheese…
Earlier last year, a criminal cheese gang made international headlines when the Russian police busted it for hauling $30 million of contraband cheddar.
How to enhance your child’s gut bacteria…
A new study shows that the diet in the period when infants are transitioning from breast milk to soft foods has a huge impact on the type of gut bacteria that are established.
Which foods improve bacteria in your gut?
Dr Michael Mosley has been finding out which foods and drinks can make the most difference, between off the shelf pro-biotics, kefir (fermented milk), foods rich in prebiotics (Jerusalem artichokes, chicory root, onions, garlic and leeks.)
Could your Gut Flora be the key to weight loss?
We know that feeding your gut flora in the right way is beneficial for lots of things…it looks like it can be good for your waistline too… BRUCEY BONUS!
Should We Shower Less to Protect Our Microbiome?
Taking on board Danny’s “dirt” advice in Episode 3, should we be showering less to have a great Microbiome like the Yanomami Tribe?
What are the links between Gut Health and our Immune System?
Fantastic article by Chris Kresser on this weeks topic of Gut Health and our immune system.
Calling all Mums! Your Child’s Microbiome and Why it Needs You!
Very important article from the Washington Times…
Whilst You’ve Got the Tumeric Out…
Prep this and in just two weeks, you’ll have yummy anti-inflammatory tumeric oil to cook with. Thanks @wellandgoodNYC
Turmeric…our new friend!
Turmeric is certainly a 2017 buzzword already…it’s natural anti inflammatory benefits make it great for our overall health… apart from arguing with each other on how to say it, we both wondered how can we get more of it in our bodies? We are always on the look out for alternatives to coffee so when we stumbled across this little Mama from @wellnessmama we thought we’d share it with you..afterall Tea does soothe the soul!
So now we know fermenting is good for us…
We found this great article to actually get fermented foods into your diet…if you LOVE them you can go all out with the Kimchi dishes and if you aren’t so keen try some Kombucha or hiding some sauerkraut in a salad!
Why is my hangover so bad?
Article on the Guardian about how microbes are involved in your hangovers
Hear us on BBC Radio 4 talking about all things gut related
Dan Saladino returns to the world of the gut microbiota, the vast array of microbes within us all. From the Amazon Basin to East Africa to the life underneath our feet; food will never be quite the same again.
How to keep your gut microbes happy at Christmas
Tips on keeping a healthy stomach through the holidaylow-sugar-mulled-wine-with-cinnamon
Holiday Recipes – Low Sugar Mulled Wine with Cinnamon
Preparation Time: 5 minutes | Serves: 4 – 6 | Cooking Time: 12 minutes | Allergy Information: Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Lactose Free, Dairy Free.
Fact 1 – Show me the basics…
The Invisible Universe Of The Human Microbiome
Fact 2 – Are you born bacteria-free?
With all these bacteria living inside, it seems natural that humans would just be born with them. Not so. According to Blaser, people are born without bacteria, and acquire them in the first few years of life. Babies get their first dose of microbes as they’re passing through their mother’s birth canal. (Of course, babies born by caesarean section don’t acquire their microbes this way. In fact, studies show that C-section babies have a markedly different microbiota from vaginal birth babies, and may be at higher risk for certain types of allergies and obesity.)
Fact 3 – Sweat the small stuff
Fact 4 – do our furry friends help our microbes?
We Spoke to Fabulous about Making Microbes Mainstream
We spoke to Fashion Fix Daily about treating your skin via the gut!
Hear us on Radio 4 talking all about our guts!
We feel the differences in our guts
That Gut Feeling
Your gut instinct’s right… weight gain isn’t your fault