Veggies for BV

Veggies for BV

At GutBiome Institute, we’re all about balance in the microbiome. But bacterial imbalance doesn’t just occur in your gut; it can happen in your vagina, too, leading to a condition called bacterial vaginosis, or BV. As the recent article in The Atlantic, The Superhero in the Vagina, states, BV puts “millions of women, and their […]

Gutbliss Weekly Review – October 12, 2016

Gutbliss Weekly Review – October 12, 2016

Curcumin significantly improves endothelial function in healthy individuals, suggesting that oral curcumin supplementation could be meaningful in preventing cardiovascular disease – not to mention its significant effects on reducing inflammation and oxidative stress, and improving cognitive function and mood. Consuming dietary turmeric is helpful, but taking a curcumin supplement may help you achieve these meaningful […]

Green Is The New Brown

Green Is The New Brown

In my first book, Gutbliss, I wrote about stool nirvana being “a deep brown color that looks like melted chocolate”. But if you’re trying to reverse damage to your microbiome – the trillions of bacteria that call our bodies’ home – you should actually be aiming for green stool. Not a glowing radioactive green, but […]