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Can Inhaling Gluten Trigger Symptoms in Sensitive Individuals?

An astonishing number of people following a strict gluten-free diet and lifestyle remain symptomatic. If they are very compliant to a gluten elimination, but still experience negative symptoms associated with gluten, could something else trigger the symptoms? Maybe; however, is it possible that the strict gluten-free diet and lifestyle are not enough? Lab tests, such…

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The Gut Microbiome and the Estrobolome: How gut microbes affect estrogen metabolism

Can your gut microbiome affect your hormones? It’s All Connected! In a systems biology approach, like every other body system structure and functioning, liver health, kidney health, gut health, and hormone health are connected. The gut microbiome secretes bioactive metabolites: reactivated estrogens, short chain fatty acids, amino acid metabolites, and secondary bile acids that modulate…

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Additives in Foods: Maybe This is a Root Cause of Your Sensitivity?

Food additives are increasingly used in manufactured food to preserve it, color or dye it, flavor it, improve its texture, make it more shelf-stable, enhance its appearance, or prevent pests from consuming it. Because of how prevalent food additives are in manufactured and processed food, it can be extremely difficult to determine if the symptoms…

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Don’t judge a book by its cover: Are harmful bacteria masquerading as “good guys” in your gut?

You might have read the bottle of your new probiotic wondering what exactly all these different bugs do and if you really need them? In the 1980’s and 90’s people began to hear about how Lactobacillus acidophilus can help with a yeast/candida problem or how it helps to take probiotics after a course of antibiotics.…

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