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COVID-19 Special Edition

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Dear members of the Gutbliss community,

We hope you and your loved ones are safe during these incredibly challenging times. In this special edition we’ve put together some COVID-19 gut-focused articles, resources and information to help keep you healthy. From the latest research showing that fresh air and sunlight are important factors in combating coronavirus, to the gastrointestinal signs, which may show up before any respiratory symptoms. We also highlight which medications may increase susceptibility, share our homemade soap recipe to help protect you and your family, and discuss at-risk conditions like inflammatory bowel disease. Living dirty during a pandemic may seem counter-intuitive, but exposure to the outside world may actually be just what the doctor ordered – learn how to do it safely with our live dirty dos and don’ts, and check out our dirt/sweat/veg recommendations for promoting a strong immune system.

And stay tuned for our series of free webinars starting next week that will go deep into topics like what to do if you’re taking an immunosuppressive medication, whether antibiotics can increase your risk for contracting COVID-19, and lots more. Send your questions in so we can get back to as many of you as possible who need help.

Be safe, be well, and look after each other.

Robynne Chutkan, MD, FASGE

Robynne Chutkan, MD

Robynne Chutkan, MD, FASGE, is the founder of Gutbliss Rx. She is an integrative gastroenterologist and the bestselling author of Gutbliss, The Microbiome Solution, and The Bloat Cure. Educated at Yale and Columbia, she’s been on the faculty at Georgetown University Hospital since 1997 and is the founder of the Digestive Center for Wellness, an integrative gastroenterology practice incorporating microbiome analysis and nutritional counseling as part of the therapeutic approach to digestive disorders. An avid runner, snowboarder, and yogi, she is passionate about helping her patients live not just longer lives, but dirtier ones!

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