“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
health consequences. You can change that today.”

-Dr. Davis

Wrong, counterintuitive
When do we NOT want absorption?
For years, many have struggled to understand why some nutritional supplements, components of foods, even drugs clearly exerted beneficial health effec
Bowel fertilizer
If you’d like bigger, juicier, and greater numbers of tomatoes and cucumbers in your springtime backyard garden, you would spread cow manure or
Dr. Debbie Ozment
Dr. Debbie Ozment makes SIBO Yogurt
Here is functional Oklahoma dentist (a rare breed!) and media personality Dr. Debbie Ozment’s version of my SIBO Yogurt (or what Dr. Ozment call
Where have all the grasshoppers gone?
The rapid decline in the world’s biodiversity has been in the news due to the historic COP15 meeting of the United Nations Biodiversity Conferen
Female genitourinary system
Community perineal
There’s a peculiar phenomenon that plays an important role in female genitourinary health: the contiguity of the three orifices in the part of t
The surprising role of the microbiome in sleep
If you have been following my conversations here in the DrDavisInfiniteHealth.com blog, you already know that the microbiome plays a critical role in
Mixed microbes
Hyaluronic acid: More than just a moisturizer
I’ve discussed the issue of hyaluronic acid previously, what I call a “miracle nutrient” because of its many varied benefits, a list
Oil pulling
Can "oil-pulling" reduce risk for colon cancer?
  I’ve previously discussed the issue of oral colonization by the bacterial species, Fusobacterium nucleatum. Recall that, while this micro
Rosacea, skin rash
For Healthy Skin, Manage the Gut-Skin Axis
Besides being skin diseases, what do psoriasis, rosacea, eczema and a number of other skin conditions have in common? This is a somewhat complex topic
SIBO: Important Cardiovascular Risk Factor
The evidence is growing implicating SIBO as an important risk for heart disease. SIBO has potential to be among the most important cardiovascular risk
Lessons Learned From Rifaximin
Rifaximin (Xifaxan) is a prescription antibiotic that is minimally absorbed, thereby retained in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. It has a broad spect
Ryder 2020
Watch Your Mouth
From Ryder 2020* The oral microbiome is second only to the colon in the density of microbes dwelling in those human ecosystems. DNA methods (rather th

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