“The food you eat is making you sick and the agencies that are providing you
with guidelines on what to eat are giving dangerous advice with devastating
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-Dr. Davis

The Great Microbiome Desert
Growing evidence emerging over the past 15 years has revealed that the human microbiome, especially that of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, has shrun
Fecal transplant in a capsule?
  You’ve likely heard the headlines about the success of “fecal microbiota transplant,” or FMT, i.e., the transfer of fecal mat
Anger, hatred vs love and empathy
Anxiety, anger, and hatred; love, empathy, and affection
Humans can be a violent, bloodthirsty species. We are, after all, omnivorous creatures who, all throughout human history, relied on consumption of the
Lactobacillus gasseri: Super Microbe
Lactobacillus gasseri, L. gasseri, is one of the most important gastrointestinal (GI) microbes of the thousand or so species in the human intestinal m
Toilet and fecalization
The Fecalization of America
The human gastrointestinal (GI) microbiome is a major player in health, a far greater influence than anyone suspected. The GI microbiome determines, f
Medications in trash
How many prescription medications do you take?
Diet and Lifestyle
Talking to people who follow my programs, i.e., people who eat nothing made of wheat or grains, restore nutrients lacking in modern life (vitamin D, m
Layer Origin human milk oligosaccharides
HMOs for adults?
In infants, human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) supplied to the baby via breastmilk are metabolized by Bifidobacteria species, especially B infantis. B
B infantis for adults?
Bifidobacterium infantis: For infants only?
The name of this microbe, Bifidobacterium infantis, could cause you to think that it is relevant only to the health of infants. But that’s not t
Get Your Health Summer Ready!! Join the Next Wheat Belly 10 Day Grain Detox Challenge!!
Summer is upon us!!! Now is the time to take back control over your weight and reclaim your health! Your journey starts by joining us in the next
Small intestinal histology
Akkermansia: Friend or foe?
Akkermansia muciniphila is a fascinating bacterial inhabitant of the human gastrointestinal (GI) tract, identified in 2004 by a Dutch research group.
Restaurant menu
Are probiotics worth the money?
As with any rapidly evolving field, the world of the microbiome and probiotics is filled with fascinating new findings, exciting insights, as well as
Blood sugar after meal
What should your after-meal blood sugars be?
Diet and Lifestyle
Ask most mainstream doctors: What should my blood sugars be after a meal? They will invariably respond: “As long as it is less than 200 mg/dl, y

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