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Preview of Probiotics: Why They Are Important

submitted by: admin on 06/13/2024
The definition, function, and importance of probiotics are reviewed. The ecosystem of the intestinal tract is composed of at least a thousand different species of microbes. It is easy to disturb this sensitive and complex balance that can lead to important effects on our digestion and absorption of nutrients, our immunity, and overall wellness.

Preview, Leaky Gut Syndrome Overview

submitted by: admin on 06/13/2024
Leaky gut syndrome is defined, its diagnosis, and mechanism of action described. The role of the microflora of the intestinal tract in maintaining normal sized intestinal pores is reviewed. The physiology and pathology of leaky gut syndrome is reviewed.

Probiotics and Allergies

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
The role of the digestive health in allergic conditions is not appreciated in mainstream medicine. The mechanism of how this works is explained with particular attention to the normal microbes that reside in the human gut. They direct the immune system to react or not react to what we are exposed to in our environment. The effects of antibiotics on the gut microflora...

Probiotics: Why They Are Important

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
The definition, function, and importance of probiotics are reviewed. The ecosystem of the intestinal tract is composed of at least a thousand different species of microbes. It is easy to disturb this sensitive and complex balance that can lead to important effects on our digestion and absorption of nutrients, our immunity, and overall wellness.        

The Importance of Digestion with Dr. Richard Kunin

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
One of the best kept secrets of medicine is the role of the digestive tract and its relationship to our immune system.  The so called Leaky Gut Syndrome; the fact that there's a lot of immune cells in the digestive tract called the Galt system, probably 60 -70 percent of all our immune cells are in the digestive tract.  The role of the intestinal...

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