BiomeFX Presentation BiomeFX Q&A Webinar Stool testing has been a staple in the arsenal of functional medicine practitioners since the beginning. Unfortunately, there are many problems which lead to extremely limited functional use. As we’ve discussed on many microbiome and GI-related webinars over the years – we have hesitated to recommend and/or use stool testing…
All right. We are onto the next subject, and one that often gets overlooked when we’re talking about microbiome, or gut health, or any of those topics, is the link to the brain. There’s a term that you as the reader might have come across in the past.
All right. We have a very popular topic here to talk about in the functional health world, and that is “leaky gut”. I’ll put that in quotes also because that’s a commonly thrown around term where I don’t know if people who use it often even understand really what it means or what it is. Before we go further, what is leaky gut, as defined from a biological standpoint?
So we’re gonna start with the basics. What is the ‘microbiome,’ and I put that in quotes, because that word is used a lot. When someone says ‘microbiome’ or we read ‘microbiome’ on something, what, exactly, does that mean?
What causes autoimmunity? There are many factors involved in the development of autoimmune conditions; ranging from chemical toxicants, heavy metals, viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites, emotional stress, and even prescription drug use.
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