Prebiotics are various kinds of non-digestible fiber compounds that feed the good bacteria in our guts.
What I’m Reading This Month: Omega-3 & Anxiety, Intermittent Fasting & Diabetes, and Bioaccumulation of Glyphosate
Dr. Gannage’s October picks.
A good prenatal vitamin can help to increase fertility rates, reduce the risk of birth defects, and prevent nausea during pregnancy. When choosing one, there are three important criteria to keep in mind.
What I’m Reading This Month: Maternal Gut Health and Autism Risk, Toxic Metals and Cardiovascular Disease, and the First Roundup Cancer Trial
Dr. Gannage’s picks on gut health, environmental toxins, prenatal care, and more.
What Are Omega 3s? Omega 3s are a category of essential fatty acids, called “essential” because our bodies cannot produce them and we must obtain them from our diets. In the Western world, most of our diets are severely lacking in omega 3s, which are found primarily...
Research into almost two dozen conditions has found a highly significant correlation between the rise in their prevalence and the use of glyphosate-based herbicides within the same populations.
What I’m Reading This Month: Agricultural Robots, the Chemical Industry, and What’s In Your Toothpaste
Dr. Gannage’s latest picks: agricultural robots, the chemical industry, and what’s in your toothpaste
Preconception planning can reduce the risk of miscarriage, gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, and postpartum depression, as well as increase your chance of having a healthy baby. Read 7 essential tips for preparing for a healthy baby.
What I’m Reading: Glyphosate and the Microbiome, Targeting the Mitochondria In Cardiovascular Disease, and Gastrointestinal Dysregulation & Autism
Every month, get a taste of what integrative medicine leader Dr. John Gannage finds interesting (and digestible) on the web.