“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

SIBO: Correctable risk factor for dementia?
Microbiome
A number of critical observations have been made over the past decade that are increasingly pointing towards small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, SI
Bargain probiotics
Microbiome
You’ve likely noticed that commercial probiotics can be expensive, especially if you’d like to obtain meaningful bacterial counts (tens to
LPS endotoxemia: Uber risk factor for cancer
Microbiome
Nejman 2020 Efforts to pinpoint the causes for various cancers have been sought over the years: smoking and lung cancer, estrogen and endometrial canc
What happens to your GI microbiome with antibiotics?
Microbiome
We already know that a course of antibiotics introduces damage to the microbial composition of your gastrointestinal (GI) and other (oral, skin, vagin
Homocysteine: Marker for SIBO?
Microbiome
Over the years, it has become clear that an increased blood level of the amino acid, homocysteine, especially levels >14 μmol/l, is associated wit
Why does irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) respond to antibiotics?
Microbiome
Pimentel 2011 Evidence unfolding over the past two decades have settled the question: Irritable bowel syndrome, IBS, is, to a great degree, an infecti
Make kombucha with kombucha
Microbiome
Kombucha is traditionally made by fermenting teas starting with a SCOBY, or Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast, a collection of microbes that rep
Antibiotics
My recent antibiotic experience
Microbiome
As much as I rant and rave about the excessive numbers of prescriptions written for antibiotics every year, there are, without a doubt, situations in
Cortisol, stress, and the microbiome
Microbiome
In my experience, one of the toughest issues to manage is cortisol dysfunction, i.e., dysregulated release of this stress hormone. Dysfunction can tak
Stress awakenings
Microbiome
Anyone who has experienced a major stress—death of someone close to you, financial struggles, divorce, etc.—is likely familiar with a patt
Microbial dose-response
Microbiome
Those of you following these conversations in the DrDavisInfiniteHealth.com blog know that information on the microbiome and its practical application
E. coli: Friend or foe?
Microbiome
Escherichia coli, E. coli, is the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of the microbe world. A member of the Proteobacteria group of fecal microbes, alongside Salm

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