The New Yorker magazine mixed up the difference between prebiotics and probiotics.
Kefir is an ancient traditional food of fermented milk or water. Reid discusses the diary form of kefir, and whether it can help treat Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Reid talks about how diet can play a role in changing the composition and diversity of our gut microbes.
Reid found a useful 10 commandments style list for reducing stress in ones life, especially helpful for those with digestive conditions as stress can make the symptoms worse.
Reid talks about his early results with Kefir, an intense probiotic compared to what he’s had before. Also discusses how probiotics and Helminths seem to create the same flu-like symptoms.
Reid gives several quick updates and thoughts in rapid fire.
Reid shares a sudden flash of insightabout why stem cell treatments may work for Crohn’s disease.