Leaky Gut, Food Sensitivities and How To Fix Them
Dr. Tom O’Bryan

Dr. Tom O’Bryan

Interpreting Your Gut Test Results To Achieve Health Success
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Evan Brand

Examining The True Root Cause of SIBO and How To Finally Get Relief

Krishnan Kiran

Proven Probiotic Strategies To Reverse Symptoms
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Michael Ruscio

Mood & Microbes: Trauma, Genes and Your Microbiome

Dr. Keesha Ewers

How To Optimise Your Intestinal Terrain for a Health Gut Ecology

Dr. Michael Murray

How To Tolerate More Diverse Foods and Increase Oral Tolerance

Datis Kharrazian

How Fungi & Biofilms Influence Health and Disease

Afif Ghannoum

WHY is the gut so important?

Your gastrointestinal system is home to trillions of bacteria – and millions of microorganisms (bacteria, yeast, viruses, parasites, etc.) living within your body.

These “critters” are essential to the most basic biological mechanisms required for human life such as digestion, energy production, and detoxification.

When you have leaky gut, or gut dysbiosis, that means there is an upset to the natural balance of microorganisms in your gut. AND THAT has a domino effect on your health that is staggering.

The bacteria help inform your immune system of what’s happening in the gut and help fight off infections, and keep the peace.

As a leader in microbiome health, I’m thrilled to invite you to the upcoming

Gut Health Round Table talks

Hosted by The Human Longevity Project and including Kiran Krishnan, CSO at Microbiome Labs as one of the eight speakers.   His talk is “Examining the true root cause of SIBO and how to finally get relief”.

Learn how and why anxiety begins in the gut (and NEW protocols to support emotional health).

Discover the growing role of environmental toxins in human disease, and get practical strategies for protecting yourself and your family.

How does unresolved emotional trauma manifest as disease?

8 subtle signs of poor gut health

  • Digestive issues
  • Bad breath
  • Skin problems
  • Sleep issues
  • Moodiness, anxiety and depression
  • Sugar cravings
  • Food allergies and sensitivities
  • Brain fog, poor memory and concentration, ADD or ADHD
  • Diabetes and insulin resistance
  • Autoimmune disease and suppressed immunity