Fist pump! A paper that actually presents information that can help people who are sick! Woopa! As promised, here is a summary of that fantastic article[i] about autism and the biome that I discovered on Dr. MacFabe’s new website. I’ve ranted enough over the last few months about ending suffering NOW for you to know … More Autism, the Biome and Potential Treatments
Ok…I am a little googly-eyed today. Not a screaming and fainting at the sight of the Beatles kind of hysteria –a more a refined, intellectual, only-slightly-girly kind of fandom. 🙂 So here is my embarrassing confession for the day: only once in my life have I ever written fan-mail and that was to Dr. William … More A Big Day for the Biome Buzz!
I recently spotted this article[i] on research coming out of the University of North Carolina: “UNC cancer researchers find potential treatment for inflammatory bowel diseases.” (Now, not that I am obsessing on Dr. Mercola’s article from last week or anything but I admit, this particular quote from one of the researchers did strike a nerve: … More New Research on the Microbiome and IBD
I have always been a brooder. My brain pretty much never shuts down anyway, and once I latch onto something that upsets me, I’m like a pit bull – I don’t let go. So what am I still contemplating? (Actually, better said…fuming over?) Yes, it’s that post (1) by Dr. Mercola last week. Specifically, this … More March 22: A Day for More Brooding
Several years ago, my Dad had a co-worker die of ALS: he was only 42 or so. My Dad tried to talk him into trying helminths. After all, what did he have to lose? And there is some speculation there that ALS may have an autoimmune component. But the man’s doctor objected: after all, helminths … More ALS, Icebuckets and the Gut Biome
Sometimes I am 100% convinced that the world has gone crazy. (Actually, every day I am convinced of that. But some days it just boils over for me…) Now, you may think that someone who finds intestinal organisms utterly fascinating is a big one to talk but honestly, at least there is logic behind my … More Uh oh…I’m in a Mood Again!
I found a new article[i] yesterday on the mycobiome (yeast). To sum it up – we know next-to-nothing about what comprises a healthy one. 🙂 There were a few very interesting items in it that deserve mention: I already knew that there were differences in the bacterial microbiome between babies fed formula versus breast-fed, in … More Interesting Bits and Pieces about the Mycobiome
There have been a few amazing articles on the biome and health in the last few days. A new study[i] just came out of Canada on irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). They were looking to see whether or not the gut bacteria from humans with IBS “carry” the disease. That is, if you take the gut … More Loads More Research on the Microbiome and the Brain
I have written before about the evils of a diet high in sugar, and right now, I guess with my Grandmother’s birthday last week bringing her so often to mind, I’m on a dementia roll. So, following on the heels of my recent post about Alzheimer’s, I thought I’d write about recent research[i] out of … More More on Alzheimer’s…because I so don’t want anyone to get it