Humans live in a symbiotic relationship with a massive number of microbes that dwell within us. The human microbiome, a term referring to these organisms and their genetic material, influence all manner of human physiology including immunity, inflammation, neurotransmitter production, provision of vitamins, and even epigenetically modulating the expression of the human genome.
Examine leading edge research to understand the role of microbes in charting our health destiny and examine meaningful strategies for disease treatment and the promotion of health and longevity.
There is an almost insatiable need for information about the human microbiota. Reports about new findings on the role of our, mainly intestinal, microbes in health and disease are published in the popular press on an almost weekly basis.
Obviously, diet has a major influence on the composition and activ […]
The Role of Microbiome Diversity in Health and Disease presented by David Perlmutter,MD,FACN,ABIHM Immune and inflammat [...]
Arthritis recovery is possible. This presentation focuses on understanding the relationship between the microbiome, leaky gut, and this systemic inflammation.
Infant gut colonization is influenced by breastfeeding, cesarean delivery and antibiotic use. Early disruption can be associated with a growing number of diseases later in life.
The vast majorities of patients have gone undiagnosed with Lyme Disease for long periods of time. Learn how to diagnose and treat this and related infections.