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Episode 44: The Vagina Microbes: What You Should Know
Episode 44: The Vagina Microbes: What You Should Know

Just like our skin, gut and mouth, vaginals also have a unique microbiome.

Dr. Gundry Podcast Episode 111: There’s fungus in your gut (surprise!)
Dr. Gundry Podcast Episode 111: There’s fungus in your gut (surprise!)

By now, you’ve probably heard of your microbiome — the trillions of bacteria living inside your gut. These tiny “gut bugs” are incredibly important for the health of your entire body. But my guest...

Episode 43: Real Dairy Milk Goes Vegan Without The Cow
Episode 43: Real Dairy Milk Goes Vegan Without The Cow

Let’s say you’re vegan and you’ve been on the hunt for an ice cream that tastes just like you remember it should. Nothing out there is really cutting it, but...

Featured | Dr. Ghannoum to discuss the latest emerging research about depression and the microbiome.
Episode 42: How Depression And Anxiety Is Fueled By Your Microbiome

In a one-month period at the beginning of COVID-19, prescriptions for anti-anxiety medications rose 34.1 percent; for antidepressants, 18.6 percent; and for anti-insomnia drugs, 14.8 percent. Clearly, we’re not coping...

Featured | Delves into research on the microbiome and its tie to autism.
Episode 41: Personalized Medicine, Drug Non-Responders, Ancient Microbes [Straight From The Gut]

Pretty often, we get into interesting discussions about the direction of the microbiome space or a new piece of research coming out of the lab, but we have no way...

Feeding Your Microbiome to Achieve Gut Balance | The Dr. Axe Show | Episode 32
Feeding Your Microbiome to Achieve Gut Balance | The Dr. Axe Show | Episode 32

Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum joins the Dr. Axe show today to share his wealth of knowledge on our body’s fungal community and how to balance our microbiome through diet and herbs....

Featured | Rob Dunn is a researcher who studies the biology of daily life.
Episode 40: From Baking Sourdough To Petting Your Pup: The Microbiome Of Your Home

Have you ever stopped to wonder what benefit that spider crawling across your bedroom wall brings to your home? Or how your wet, muddy dog contributes to the microbial communities...

Featured | Meghan Telpner, a Toronto-based author, speaker, nutritionist and founder of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition
Episode 39: Everything You Need to Know About Fiber

Today, we’re taking a step back from the nitty gritty details of the microbiome and focusing on something we talk about a lot: FIBER. Fiber is the key to making...

Episode 38: 70-80% of Your Immune System Lives in Your Gut
Episode 38: 70-80% of Your Immune System Lives in Your Gut

Ever wonder what it really means to “boost your immune system”? Or, have you stopped to think about the measures of good immunity beyond just not getting sick?    Our...

Episode 37: Pandemics: Can Viruses Ever Be Good For The Microbiome?
Episode 37: Pandemics: Can Viruses Ever Be Good For The Microbiome?

Life has changed drastically since our last episode and COVID-19 has everyone’s full attention. We’re all hunkered down, social distancing, washing our hands until they’re raw and boosting our immune...

Episode 36: Would You Give Yourself Gut Worms To Ward Off Chronic Disease?
Episode 36: Would You Give Yourself Gut Worms To Ward Off Chronic Disease?

Would you give yourself an intestinal worm if it meant you'd no longer have allergies or symptoms of an autoimmune disease?    Would you give a few to yourself if...

Featured | Dr. Tiffany Weir, an Associate Professor at Colorado State University in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.
Episode 35: Is Eating Insects Good For Gut Health?

If you’ve ever traveled to the markets of Oaxaca or strolled through the streets of Thailand, you’re likely familiar with the sight of vendors hawking crunchy, salty morsels...of insects. Cultures...

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