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The Perfect Stool Understanding and Healing the Gut Microbiome

Jul 12, 2019

Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum, Director of the Center for Medical Mycology at Case Western Reserve University and the person who named the mycobiome, or the fungi living in and on our bodies, discusses how bacteria and fungi interact in biofilms leading to disease, including Crohn’s Disease, and how a novel combination of probiotics work to break up these biofilms, as well as gut stool testing that can reveal your levels of healthy and pathogenic bacteria and fungi with host Lindsey Parsons, EdD.

Lindsey helps clients lose weight without cutting calories by helping them kick the sugar habit, reverse autoimmune disease and type 2 diabetes and is a Certified Health Coach, at High Desert Health in Tucson, Arizona. She coaches clients locally and nationwide. You can also follow Lindsey on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Dr. Ghannoum’s web site:

Biohm gut testing: (Choose Shop, Gut Testing), use code HDH10OFF for 10% off

Biohm Probiotics:, use code HDH10OFF for 10% off

Dr. Microbiome:

The Microbiome Report Podcast from Biohm (on iTunes):

Relevant articles:

Cooperative evolutionary strategy between the bacteriome and mycobiome

The mycobiome: role in health and disease, and as a potential probiotic target in gastrointestinal disease
Effects of a Novel Probiotic Combination on Pathogenic Bacterial-Fungal Polymicrobial Biofilms

Bacteriome and mycobiome interactions underscore microbial dysbiosis in familial Crohn's disease

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