Q & A: What should I do with my gut biome?

Peggy Johnson: What should I do about my
gut biome then? It’s a good question. A couple of comments. One of the most
important things you can do is eat a probiotic or a probiotic type food like
sauerkraut, kimchi. I hesitate… I don’t ever recommend yogurt to people
because even that yogurt that hasn’t had tons of sugar added usually still has
significant sugar. I personally supplement with
supplemental probiotics in a sauerkraut. I don’t like kimchi and I used to try… oh
what was that… it was a sort of a liquid yogurt thing made in Russia. I used to do
that but it has too many carbs as well. But I will do supplements that I
purchased that have probiotics in it and I’ll eat sauerkraut about ain’t at least
one or two servings of sauerkraut a day. So that’s a much higher frequency of
sauerkraut and why do I do? I’ll let again, I’m looking at for my gut biome.
I still do take some non-nutritive sweeteners so that’s one of the places
where I worry about that maybe the damage that there’s some of those diet
soft drinks occasionally make on on my gut biome and that’s why I push the the

10 Replies to “Q & A: What should I do with my gut biome?”

  1. Not sure canned or bottled kraut much live bacteria in it (same thing with store-bought yogurt). Also who strains of bacteria do you take? Mine are (mostly) Saccharomyces Boulardii and Lactobacillus Acidophilus…I remember you saying that fecal transplants from mice with insulin resistance into normal mice caused insulin resistance in the recipients…

  2. Ohhhh, that's disappointing you don't like kimshi, considering they're so many types! NOTHING like GFGF 8oz 85/15 ground beef boiled in olive oil then laid under a bed of finely cut sour cabbage laced with sriracha Himalayan salt, live sweet onion chopped fine An when all you got is kimshi juice, you take every dark leafy green vegetable on the edge of throwaway and toss it in the bucket kimshi came in at Hmart! and five days later you start over. Wow………………..

  3. Your title reminded me to take my digetive enzymes with supper….thank you…
    ya know another good one for probiotics? Horseradish!

  4. Just rebuilding my gut biome after taking post-surgery antibiotics.
    IMPORTANT > Lactobacillus reuteri ATCC PTA 6475, Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17938 – by BioGaia
    Florastor caps, digestive enzymes a bit.
    GF Kefir, GF plain yoghurt… and lots of fiber, especially soluble. Fermented food. Bone broth.
    Interesting side note; my gut pain of years is gone. I suspect overgrowth or maybe something related to inguinal hernia for years. It was reduce greatly after eliminating chicken. I had eliminated many things but only skipping the chicken knocked it down. Now 100% gone since surgery.

  5. I remember a Professor saying melatonin mediated communication between gut and liver. But anyway this research showed…"Melatonin was demonstrated to improve the oxidative stress resistance of mice with colitis and regulate the intestinal microbial flora, thus improving intestinal health."  
    Effects of Melatonin on Intestinal Microbiota and Oxidative Stress in Colitis Mice https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2018/2607679/

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