Low Carb Diets and the Gut

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The human diet has an enormous impact on the quantity and quality of bacteria in the gut. In 2013, a team of scientists showed that a change in diet can radically alter the microbiome after just four days[1]. Will eliminating carbs have a direct impact on gut bacteria too? What are the consequences of that?

The best formula for showing the relationship of macronutrients and intestinal flora comes from the University of Washington in St. Louis[2].
 

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Hangout with Hooper 7/28/2015

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Stephen Herbes talk about his work as a nurse and kickboxing. Jason Hooper keeps things relevant and John goofs off. Prions and more!
 

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Hangout with Hooper 7/27/2015

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Hangout with Hooper 7/27/2015 Show Notes

 
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Magic Bullet for Intestinal Issues – Enteric Coated Peppermint Oil

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Peppermint is a hybrid mint plant. It is a cross between watermint and spearmint.1 Peppermint is native to Europe, but the herb has now grown widespread throughout the world.2 People everywhere value peppermint for it’s strong cooling scent, it’s cooling sensation on the skin, and it’s flavoring capabilities in baking, candy making, and drink preparation.

Peppermint has a long tradition of herbal use and is used by the Egyptians, Greeks, and the Europeans for medicinal purposes.3 Peppermint …