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GI transit time is how long food stays in your gut. It starts when food enters your mouth and ends when it becomes cannon fodder to your morning coffee. A recent paper found that GI transit time tells us a lot about our gut and metabolic health. But the most interesting thing about the study … Continue reading What your GI transit time says about your gut health
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-021-22922-6#citeas Discuss how the nutrient sensing pathways are the hot mechanisms to delay age-related decline(SIRT1(NAD+), AMPK, mTOR, IIS) Mention how this is tissue specific and more complex than taking a supplement(mTOR inhibition in adipose tissue vs muscle) Discuss how nutrient sensing pathways play a role in circadian rhythms Clock/Bmal1-->NAMPT-->NAD+-->SIRT1-->Binds Clock/Bmal1 & degrades Per2 AMPK-->inhibits Cry1 … Continue reading Circadian rhythms and aging
Going outside is something most of us take for granted. We don't really think of going outside as something that can impact our health. But there's no doubt that it's something our ancestors did for eons up until recently. This isn't to say that people don't go outside every day. With few exceptions, everyone goes … Continue reading Is going outside essential to optimal health?
Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is a condition where excess bacteria grow in the small intestine. While there are normally trillions of bacteria in the gut, their numbers are low in the small intestine of healthy people. Different areas of the gut contain varying amounts of microbes, expressed as log colony-forming units per gram(CFU/g). In … Continue reading The secret to eliminating small intestinal bacterial overgrowth
Foods that increase butyrate in the gut are normally considered high fiber foods. Since we don't digest fiber, members of our microbiome ferment it, converting it into butyrate. But there are other foods that increase butyrate in our gut. For one, many foods such as butter contain butyrate in them. The problem with getting butyrate … Continue reading High protein foods that increase butyrate in the gut