Dr Johan Van Den Bogaerde, a gastroenterologist and researcher who has a special interest in the microbiome discusses the way we look at ageing and end of life care, the microbiome and blood-brain barrier highway, growing concerns about anti-scientific bias, and what’s wrong with those scientific studies that make us say “wow!”
Leaky gut doesn’t syndrome exist! Find out why in this episode with Brad Leech, as he takes us through intestinal permeability.
Evidence continues to grow showing that manipulating the gut microbiome can play a role in brain activity and memory.
Recent research explored whether there is a relationship between proton pump inhibitor (PPI) use in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO).
What are the differences in gut bacteria from an obese person to a lean person? Scientists are starting to explore this further.
In this podcast Dr Matthew Ball talks to Andrew about the art and the science that goes into crafting kombucha beverages and the journey creating the brand Wild Kombucha.
Alessandra covers off important areas of naturopathic care in paediatric cases, from safety considerations and assessment techniques to navigating the palatability of treatments and working effectively with their doctors and parents.
Scientists have acknowledged a relationship and communication between the gastrointestinal tract and the brain for over 100 years. Current research shows natural microbes inhabiting the gut seem to play an integral part in controlling the permeability of the blood brain barrier.