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.
Though Blastocystis hominis and Dientamoeba fragilis are being increasingly detected in patients with unresolved gut disorders, the jury is still out on whether intervention is medically necessary.
We welcome back Dr Mark Donohoe to continue his discussion on chronic fatigue syndrome. In this episode find out more about the role of the gut, neural-inflammation and the role of genetics.
What role does the microbiota and the associated interstinal barrier have in providing solutions to autoimmunity?
Evidence shows that the incidence of non-coeliac gluten sensitivity continues to rise with widespread reporting that removing it from the diet improves a multitude of conditions.
In this podcast we're joined by Helen Padarin, who shares her valuable clinical expertise treating infections, biofilms and gut imbalances.
Understanding the connection between microbiota, zonulin, coeliac disease and autoimmunity.
How do we assess patients for intestinal permeability? Naturopath, Beth Bundy takes us through functional pathology options.