Research continues to point to the importance of the microbiome on our overall state of health. It influences not only our digestion, but also our metabolism, brain and nervous system, immune system, hormones, and our risk of many common chronic degenerative diseases.  The first 3-5 years of life are decisive in how our gut microbiota defines its unique “fingerprint”.  This unique fingerprint will then decide how our microbiom...

Taking probiotics has health benefits - primarily that of strengthening and regulating immune system function and strengthening gut integrity. Your best source of probiotics comes from naturally-fermented foods.  Learn to make your own fermented foods. These are best made from highest quality vegetables grown on soil that is microbially robust and nutritionally balanced. In addition to lactic acid and bifidus strains of bacter...

Instead of depending on taking probiotics to heal our gut, we need to change the terrain within the body to alter the balance of our microbiota. We can do this by avoiding the foods, toxins and environmental factors that encourage the growth of unhealthy bugs. Another important way to change the terrain of the gut is to provide the beneficial microbes with their preferred fuel source, allowing them to proliferate with ease and...

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