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The Microbiome & Gut Health In The Time Of COVID

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Recent research has demonstrated the potential prognostic and therapeutic roles of microbiota in COVID-19 infections. Leading the way in researching, and educating through their popular course “Clinical Applications of Microbiota,” join Georgetown faculty experts for a discussion examining the dynamic relationship between the microbiota and disease expression, particularly in relation to gut health and the […]

Gut Feeling: Food, Microbiome, & Disease Prevention

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“As researchers continue to study the microbiome, it’s clear that our gut is a powerful tool in disease prevention and treatment. How can understanding the microbiome influence the way we eat and nourish our bodies? Is our gut the missing link to using food as medicine? This panel features preeminent researchers, scientists, and entrepreneurs who […]

Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, Author of Fiber Fueled, Talks Gas & Bloating

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In this short video, you’ll hear from Dr. Will Bulsiewicz – gastroenterologist and author of the New York Times bestseller, Fiber Fueled – as he discusses gas, bloating, common causes, and how his book offers information that can help strengthen your gut and minimize your symptoms.

A Colonoscopy Video Must See

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Are you due for your colonoscopy (in case you missed it, the new screening age is 45) and looking for a little colonoscopy inspiration? Check out Will Smith’s colonoscopy video – an entertaining and informative must watch for everyone!

Could Stress Be The Cause Of Your Gut Symptoms?

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The interconnectedness between the gut microbiome, stress hormones, and gut function is well documented in the scientific literature. Click here to read more about the strong interactions between these three entities, and listen to Dr. David Rakel from the Institute of Functional Medicine discuss tips on how to reduce stress to improve your gut health.

Drink Green Smoothies… Here’s Why

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Green smoothies are Dr. Chutkan’s number one prescribed “medication” in her practice… and there’s lots of reasons why. Watch Dr. Chutkan as she explains the benefits of leafy greens and the importance of consuming them daily for optimal gut health. Be sure to write down the green smoothie recipe at the end and begin incorporating […]

Keep Diverticulosis From Flaring – A Dietary Approach

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Listen to Dr. Chutkan in her latest interview on The People’s Pharmacy podcast as she discusses how to keep diverticulosis under control with a high fiber diet rich in key plant-based foods. For more on diverticulosis, including testing, diagnosis, and treatment, check out Diverticulosis – Widespread & Overlooked.

Microbial Benefits Of Exercise

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“Exercise is one of the best ways to improve your gut health. Like I’m fond of saying, if you’re not moving, neither are your bowels. Runners and other people who exercise regularly actually have better bowel movements, not as hard, bigger, and more frequent – what I like to call stool nirvana. A January 2018 University […]


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