THE MICROBIOME SUMMIT : The Paradigm Shift
Dr. Susan Prescott, MD, PhD & Dr. Alan Logan, ND
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There is a window of opportunity for establishing a microbiome in early life – and lack of microbial diversity is like the “canary in the coal mine” that can lead to allergies and other health issues down the road. In the second video of three, Dr. Susan Prescott and Dr. Alan Logan discuss how reduced microbial diversity (dysbiosis), intestinal permeability, the immune system, allergies, inflammation and mood are all connected.
Dysbiosis describes a loss of microbial diversity in the gut, but it is also happening on a larger scale. This has larger implications on the future of human health. Everything is connected.