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Thank you @profwhelan 👨🏻‍🏫👏🏻 for enlightening us on the current evidence on 🤢🤮😷🤗gut health and sharing this lovely slide on the different microbiome throughout the lifespan. Some takeaways: ♌️Your gut microbiome are influenced by the 3Ds: Diet, drugs and disease. ♌️ We have 38trillion microorganisms in the gut (5,000xworld population) ♌️ Probiotics can add to the population of that probiotic organism in the gut but does not change the overall current microbiome. However, it can potentially change how the gut microbiome responds to external or internal influencers such as bouncing back sooner to previous microbiome after disease. The mechanism in which probiotics benefit the hos

Q: Is there a diet for endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a condition where the tissues that line the uterus (endometrium) grows outside of the uterus. Over time this can create scar tissues which causes the uterus to stick to nearby tissues such as ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder, small and large bowel. Symptoms of endometriosis include: painful periods, pain with sex, pelvic pain, ovulation pain, pain in the lower back and thighs, blood clots, bowel symptoms, bladder symptoms, reduced fertility, nausea and lethargy, premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Treatment involves medication to reduce growth of misplaced endometrial cells and/or surgery to remove misplaced endometrial cells. In terms of diet, for individuals with endometriosis:

Gut Health Update

Thank you @profwhelan 👨🏻‍🏫👏🏻 for enlightening us on the current evidence on 🤢🤮😷🤗gut health and sharing this lovely slide on the different microbiome throughout the lifespan. Some takeaways: ♌️Your gut microbiome are influenced by the 3Ds: Diet, drugs and disease. ♌️ We have 38trillion microorganisms in the gut (5,000xworld population) ♌️ Probiotics can add to the population of that probiotic organism in the gut but does not change the overall current microbiome. However, it can potentially change how the gut microbiome responds to external or internal influencers such as bouncing back sooner to previous microbiome after disease. The mechanism in which probiotics benefit the hos

Q: Is there a diet for endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a condition where the tissues that line the uterus (endometrium) grows outside of the uterus. Over time this can create scar tissues which causes the uterus to stick to nearby tissues such as ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder, small and large bowel. Symptoms of endometriosis include: painful periods, pain with sex, pelvic pain, ovulation pain, pain in the lower back and thighs, blood clots, bowel symptoms, bladder symptoms, reduced fertility, nausea and lethargy, premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Treatment involves medication to reduce growth of misplaced endometrial cells and/or surgery to remove misplaced endometrial cells. In terms of diet, for individuals with endometriosis:

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