Healthy Gut If we want healthy guts, we have to develop a collective consciousness about the origins of the microbiome. Knowing how something is made helps you to fix it when it’s broken. So, here’s what we know: Antibiotics, pesticides, birth control, and vaccines may all negatively affect a woman’s microbiome over the course of
Unintended consequences. This is a critical concept to wrap your mind around if you are going to engage conventional medicine and its drugs, surgeries, and procedures. In my efforts to warn women about the ills of a surgical birth, I have tried to shine a light on the lesser known risks of C-section. I’m not
I am not reporting today on the alarming results of a new JAMA study called Adverse Events After Routine Immunization of Extremely Low-Birth-Weight Infants for reasons related to my passion for women and children’s right to health freedom. I am reporting on this because it is one of the most egregious example of dogma resistant to truth.
Natural Birth & Breastfeeding Now that we know the microbiome exists and is largely responsible for our digestion, immunity, and assimilation and production of nutrients, we are charged with learning about its optimal manifestation. How is it created? What are the ingredients to a healthy microbiome? Are there some more critical and some less critical steps? As I
Worried it may be too late to learn about what a healthy gut microbiome looks like? I am. That’s why studies like this one entitled Subsistence strategies in traditional societies distinguish gut microbiomes, are so exciting. Researchers are beginning to connect the dots about the movers and shakers of the microbiome, and to appreciate that it will