THE MICROBIOME SUMMIT : The Paradigm Shift
Dr. Susan Prescott, MD, PhD & Dr. Alan Logan, ND
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In the third video in their series, Dr. Susan Prescott and Dr. Alan Logan talk about healing dysbiosis (reduced microbial diversity). Given that dysbiosis is caused by a number of different factors, reversing dysbiosis requires a multi-pronged approach. In this inspiring video, Drs Prescott and Logan look at the big picture of reversing dysbiosis, providing tips on how to eat to feed your gut microbes (you are what you eat, eats!), the importance of spending time in nature and circadian rhythms.
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.
There is a window of opportunity for establishing a microbiome in early life – and a lack of microbial diversity, called dysbiosis, is like the “canary in the coal mine” that can lead to allergies and other health issues down the road.