Eczema help, leaky gut, healing gums, chapped lips, egg allergy, histamine intolerance and hormone balancing
Q & A Podcast
We discuss the new British meat and disease risk study.
We answer listener questions about:
- Egg Allergy and Autoimmune
- Leaky Gut options/alternatives
- Chapped lips and cod liver oil
- Hormone replacement and histamine intolerance
- How to heal mottled gums
- Help for eczema
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Sites we mentioned for gelatin recipes: Food Lovers and Empowered Sustenance, plus my site has a some good ones.
Healing for eczema sites here and here.
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On this episode we discuss heart health in honor of February the month of heart health and love. We discuss why saturated fat isn’t the enemy. (Learn what really is the enemy). We also discuss blood pressure and nutrients and herbs for cardiovascular wellness.
We answer reader questions about the following topics:
- chia seed FAQ
- natural help for ADHD/Asberger’s
- hydroponics nutrient density
- the HCG diet pro’s and con’s
- choices for studying holistic nutrition as a career
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Nice podcast especially with all your questions and answers.
On your Biokult recommendation for babies however I think you might want to investigate it further. It contains Bacillus subtilus (unless they’ve changed the formula). There’s research out there that questions the safety of this particular probiotic especially when given in large quantities as a mother might do trying to heal her sick baby or given to a baby with an immune problem. Also applies to those of us adults with seriously compromised damaged guts.
This is off the epa safety paper on B. subtilus:
“According to Edberg (1991) either the number of microorganisms challenging the individual must be very high or the immune status of the individual very low in order for infection with B. subtilis to occur.”
I think when we naturally get B. subtilus (from soil on garden plants, natto or other fermented foods) we’re primarily ingesting it out of it’s spore form so the bacteria mostly doesn’t make intake through the digestive system. But when we take it in the large amounts of protective spore form that probiotics are it does make it through. (In fact there’s one study of more B. subtilus coming out in fecal material then was ingested so it made it intake and reproduced.)
Google “bacillus subtilus probiotic safety or health concerns” or google “bacillus subtilus jini patel” for her take on it. She does a good job of trying to stay objective but cautious with it and does not recommend products containing any soil based organisms. (b. subtilus is considered a soil based organism or sbo)