UW Medicine gastroenterologist Dr. Christopher Damman is spreading the word: Achieving optimal gut health is not only about what you eat.
Over-the-counter probiotics are not highly regulated, so you don't know really what you're getting, says gastroenterologist Chris Damman.
Let the bacteria do the work by feeding them right, advises UW Medicine gastrointestinalist.
A study cohort that received an oral supplement of a gut-produced compound had better endurance in two small exercises.
The research also found distinct microbial signatures distinguishing patients with polyps from those without polyps.
Altering the gut microbiome might become a therapy for improving growth during infancy in cystic fibrosis patients
Even without symptoms or antibiotic use, these virulent and multi-drug resistant strains are carried in the gut for long time.