“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

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
Important microbes for female health
Microbiome
As you likely know, female physiology is more complicated than male physiology. After all, women have to contend with ovulation and menstrual cycles,
Quick & easy vegetable fermentation
Microbiome
Frequent daily consumption of fermented foods is a standard practice in my programs. Fermented foods provide microbial species such as Leuconostoc mes
SIBO: The condition with a thousand faces
Microbiome
SIBO is typically viewed as a source for abdominal symptoms such as bloating, excessive gas, and diarrhea. And that is indeed true. But did you know t
Should you be screened for SIBO?
Microbiome
Those of you following my conversations here on the DrDavisInfiniteHealth.com blog, or Defiant Health podcast, or my latest book, Super Gut, already k
Heavenly sleep
Microbiome
Our experiences in fermenting microbes as yogurt and other foods are opening up many new experiences to us, including never-before-made-observations w
Heavy metals: Microbiome to the rescue?
Microbiome
Jiang 2018 The prevalence of heavy metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, and arsenic are increasing in our environment due to human activity. Industr
Small intestine
Here's what happens when you reduce endotoxemia
Microbiome
I have been arguing that, based on the existing evidence, more than 150 million Americans, or around 50% of the population, have small intestinal bact
Love, empathy, generosity, acceptance
Microbiome
You may have noticed that we live in a world in which (putting pandemic issues aside) social isolation is increasing, suicide is skyrocketing (35% inc

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