Kiran Krishnan is a Microbiologist with over 20 years experience. In this webinar, Kiran talks about leaky gut, the microbiome, gluten, the immune system & supplements for a leaky gut.
A growing body of scientific research indicates that the health of the gut is crucial for the maintenance of our overall well-being, regulating a diverse range of functions including digestion, immunity, and hormonal balance. Learn how to better support your digestive system!
Dr. Rachel Fresco is a doctor of Chinese Medicine out of California. She's also the founder and President of Bio-Botanical Research. In this episode we talk about her formulations, biofilms, gut infections, essential oils, oral health, and eating healthy.
Here's what you'll hear:
Min 02:00 Introducing Dr. Rachel Fresco
Min 03:58 Dr. Fresco's Biocidin® formula
Min 09:40 Biofilms
Min 14:55 Microbial blends
Min 20:30 Olive leaf extract & essential oils
Min 25:00 Using Biocidin
Min 29:00 Binders
Min 32:15 Biocidin Throat Spray
Min 38:20 Marcons
Min 40:15 Dentalcidin & oral health
Min 46:53 Amalgam filling & detoxifying
Min 52:45 Eating healthy
Min 64:40 Dr. Fresco's resources
Here's a video version of the interview with Dr. Rachel Fresco:
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Welcome to Day 2 of Mold Week. Dr. Darin Ingels is a naturopathic physician but was a clinical microbiologist and immunologist before going back to medical school. So he has a pretty broad background in infectious diseases and microbiology. He understands both the causation side and the healing side of mold illness.
In this interview, we focus on:
Which bacteria and parasites may be present in flood waters
How to dress to protect yourself while remediating a water-damaged home
What you’ll need to throw away when and if it’s been touched by water
Simple supplements that protect your immune system
Why you need to be careful with drinking & bathing water after a flood
How insects descend on an area, after a flood, and what to do
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Free Guide: Healing from Toxic Mold
You want help for your mold symptoms ASAP! Cut to the chase with this straight-forward guide, outlining my favorite supplements for detoxing mold. As a person who has been healing from mold toxicity, I can personally say these supplements support my daily self-care effectively.
Bridgit Danner, LAc, FDNP
Founder of Hormone Detox Shop
Kiran Krishnan is a Microbiologist and has over 20 years experience in the probiotics industry. He is trained in Microbiology and Biochemistry and worked in several companies developing health products. He left academic research and opened his own clinical research organization and now focuses on carrying out clinical research on the various nutritional products produced by different companies.
Kiran's journey on probiotics started about 12 years ago when he was hired by a large company to research on the probiotics market. He found out that most probiotic products in the market had been created based on presumptions from decades ago on what the microbiome was like.
In this episode we will talk about the microbiome and Kirian will introduce us to the term holobiome. We will talk about good and bad bacteria in the gut, how the body gets out of microbiome balance, diet as well as supplements. We will discuss in detail about a probiotic product he developed in his lab and talk about its possible side effects for patients with certain disorders like candida/yeast infection.
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A Little Story about Healthy Babies...
When I was practicing acupuncture more, I saw a lot of ladies at the end of their pregnancy, who wanted support in preparing for labor. These ladies were brand new to me, and I'd always ask what supplements they were taking, and what foods they were eating.
I would often cringe to hear that they weren't consuming probiotics, and recommend that these moms-to-be consume probiotics foods and supplements. We know now that baby is exposed to bacteria from the birth canal/anus or the bacteria floating around in the surgery room, if C section delivery (link).
But also the bacterial environment of the mother affects baby's health in utero (link). Taking it a step further, your microbiome health will affect your ability to conceive and carry to term.
Even if you never plan to have kids, our microbiome supports so much of hormone regulation, it's important to every woman.
So what can you do to honor your microbiome, and your baby's microbiome?
You can consume kombucha, raw sauerkraut or kimchi, or coconut yogurt. You can eat a wide variety of vegetables to provide pre-biotic food to your microbiome. You can avoid foods that can irritate your gut such as processed grain, caffeine and sugar. You can take a high-quality, broad-spectrum probiotic. (Tip: the shelf stable ones are sometimes better than the dairy-based refridgerated ones.)
You can also attend this week's free Microbiome Summit, with over 30 free, expert interviews about our microbiome.
I don't attend every summit out there, but I'm very curious about this area that we are just starting to grasp. Very exciting stuff!
I want women to really get the importance of this area, and how we can nourish it, for our sake, and the sake of our healthy babies. Join the free Microbiome Summit here.
Hugs and Health, Bridgit
In this interview with functional medicine expert Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo, we talk about the rarely acknowledged gut-brain connection. With modern research, we are gaining a deeper understanding of how digestion and the gut micro-biome effects the brain, and common symptoms of mood disorder, and poor concentration.
Cindy Haas was a Dental Hygienist for many years before also becoming a Certified Holistic Health Coach.
She published a book called Over the Lips and through the Gums to teach others about the mouth and how our choices effect our oral health. She also educates dental professionals who want to incorporate more holistic methods into their practices at Integrative Dental Concepts.
Cindy was nice enough to answer my myriad of questions about oral hygiene.
New research shows that your body does best when your gut microflora exhibits more bacteria AND a high degree of biodiversity or richness. A lack of gut bacteria and diversity is a cause for concern. This makes sense since the bacteria living in you produce vitamins, mature and strengthen the immune system, and communicate with your nerve and hormone-producing cells, among many other functions.
When you visit the produce section, do you tend to grab your usual stand-bys? Maybe a lettuce, a broccoli and a bag of carrots? How often do you venture out of the box, and try a fresh herb or vegetable you've never cooked with before?
In today's article, we'll explore why it's important to find variety in your veggie selection, and how to do it.