Leaky gut, or intestinal permeability, is a condition which has only gained mainstream acceptance over the last decade. Once restricted to the realm of charlatans, it's become readily apparent that not only does the gut become leaky, but leaky gut may predispose us to a range of health issues such as cardiovascular disease, type 2 … Continue reading The perpetual feed-forward loop that maintains a leaky gut
For the most part, syncing up circadian rhythms causes a person to feel better. A positive emotional response, digestion gets better, blood glucose regulation normalizes, they feel more alert in the morning, and sleep improves. However, it's not all roses and unicorns; there's one sensation you will experience for at least a week or 2 … Continue reading The benefits of hunger to the gut and beyond
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Truth be told, I probably should do a lot more blogs on health factors that affect women beyond their child-bearing years. Not only is it a tremendously under-served group, but it also happens to be one that regularly reads my blog. Fortunately I've had to dig in to the topic a little bit since several … Continue reading How circadian disruption and stress worsen menopause
There was a fantastic review of circadian rhythms in autism spectrum disorder early last month. In it, they put forth the model that people with autism frequently have disturbances in sleep and circadian rhythms. Some of this is likely due to genetics, but along with the genetics component comes the environmental component, as well as … Continue reading Circadian disruption in autism: Adding fuel to the fire?
Hey folks, there are going to be a lot of changes to the blog in the upcoming months. First and foremost there will be more blogs every week, and they will be much more short and concise. There will also be a membership portal for those who are interested in the deep science and such. … Continue reading July is the last month to purchase lifetime Circadian Retraining Program memberships
Scientists in Canada have developed a non-invasive urinary test for irritable bowel syndrome(IBS) that may be able to identify IBS-Diarrhea, IBS-Mixed, and IBS-Undefined. While this is a pilot study and needs to be confirmed in follow-up studies, their findings highlight some potential drivers of these forms of IBS. Several metabolites were found to be elevated … Continue reading New IBS test reveals inflammation, collagen breakdown, and leaky gut
To me, there's nothing even remotely as exquisite as the circadian system. When researchers describe it as a symphony orchestra, they really couldn't have hit the nail more directly on the head. Every cell, tissue, organ, signaling molecule, and hormone really has a part to play, and none should be ignored. One of the reasons … Continue reading Insulin: The circadian signal that says, “Stop leaky gut!”
I love when the members of my Circadian Retraining Program take the information and let it run in the family. There's no better way to improve everyone's health and bond as a family unit than having everyone on the same page. And I'm not gonna lie, it makes me feel all the feels inside when … Continue reading The whole family seeing improvements on the Circadian Retraining Program!
Restriction diets can be very useful when trying to manage symptoms related to the gut. We see this in people who have SIBO with a low FODMAP diet, people who have IBS in an SCD diet, and the Keto diet seems to be helping out people with a variety of issues. But just because something … Continue reading The low oxalate diet: useful short-term but is there a dark side?