Advances in Stool Testing: The GI-MAP™ GI-Microbial Assay Plus with Tony Hoffman

Episode 56: SPONSORED Advances in Stool Testing: The GI-MAP™ GI-Microbial Assay Plus with Tony Hoffman

I had loads of fun taking a tour through the wonderment of DSL GI MAP test today with Tony Hoffman, CEO of DSL (and longtime friend of mine!). DSL’s GI MAP stool test is, as CEO Tony Hoffman states, “a clinician diagnostic tool,” not a microbiome test. Yes, of course the GI MAP looks at the microbiome, but it’s not a broad sweep of the myriad bugs taking up residence.

Clinician Position for SHC

Research and News November 2018

Cell Phone Radiation and Cancer – When Will We Know?
What are Microplastics and Why Are They in Your Poop?
The Important Role of TET Enzymes in Methylation Status and Gene Regulation
Indicators and Assessment of Increased Intestinal Permeability
Raw Fruits and Vegetable Consumption May Reduce Depressive Symptoms in Young Adults
Paraben Exposure Increases Asthma Symptoms in Children
Should You be Feeding Your Kids Your Paleo Diet?

The New Nutrigenomics – Embracing Complexity, Moving Upstream

[embed_popupally_pro popup_id=”18″] Nutrigenomics has been one of the biggest trends in Nutrition and Functional Medicine in the last decade. Here are what I consider the most compelling reasons why: The understanding that nutritional factors influence gene transcription and expression The background work of Bruce Ames, and myriad papers since, showing that high dose cofactor nutrient…

Brain

4 Powerful Tools (You Can Start Today!) for Preventing and Reversing Cognitive Decline

Are you interested in protecting your brain function? Do you sometimes feel like you can’t think straight, or that you’re losing memory recall? Do you have dementia or Alzheimer’s disease in your family and are wondering how to protect yourself from heading in the same direction? You’ve arrived at the right place.

Episode 40: Heal Your Gut, Boost Your Brain and Live Longer with Polyphenols with Dr. Randy Jirtle

Episode 40: The Epicenter of Epigenetics; Discussing the Agouti Mice Study & More with Dr. Randy Jirtle

Happy April, Everyone. The daffodils are peaking through in my yard, and a few crocuses are already popping up: Despite the snow storm last week, Spring is here! This month I was thrilled and honored to podcast with Dr. Randy Jirtle. The field of epigenetics has exploded in the last decade, initiated almost exclusively by the groundbreaking research of Randy and his colleague Robert Waterland.

Connection. Arguably one of the single biggest determinants of health, and yet something of a rare, precious commodity in this isolated, digitalized world we inhabit. This month’s blog looks at the role of connection and longevity in Blue Zones and beyond.