In today's podcast Belinda Reynolds takes us through the changing understanding of how the human microbiome is seeded from birth to infancy and beyond
Research shows we emit a microbial cloud into our surroundings that is as unique as a fingerprint.
Bacteria communicate electrically, just like brain neurons with long-range signalling capacity, according to a recent study.
Did you know that exercising in the heat causes digestive stress? As a result, the walls of the intestines become weaker, allowing harmful bacteria from the digestive tract to leak into the bloodstream.
Moulds, yeast and fungi. It seems that everywhere moisture, warmth and darkness combine, there they are! Have we underestimated the power of these little fellows to cause harm and chronic illness in our patients?
D-glucaric acid is a natural, non-toxic compound produced by the body in small amounts, in addition to being found in fruits and vegetables: the richest sources include oranges, apples, grapefruits and cruciferous vegetables.
Calcium D-glucarate has some great clinical applications for detoxification, gut and liver health.