Dr. Shawn Talbott PHD Presents Gut Brain Health for Kids – Zoom

Here is a zoom video that I did with Gilda Green about how the Gut-Brain-Axis helps to modulate mood, mental focus, and so many aspects of behavior and performance.

Microbiome Changes Could Help Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer

A Gut Feeling: Microbiome Changes Could Help Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer | Technology Networks
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The gut has a population of organisms that live within in it, called the gut microbiome, which are linked to human health and disease. Recent studies have shown that assessing the genetic changes in fecal samples can accurately reflect the status of the gut microbiome, and may be useful for the early diagnosis of diseases.

A group of researchers from Osaka University have recently reported increases in specific microbiome organisms that are linked to the malignancies associated with colorectal cancer, such as intramucosal carcinomas and polypoid adenomas. Their results, recently published in Nature Medicine Letters, reveal that these specific markers could help distinguish cases of colorectal cancer from healthy samples.

“We believe that colorectal cancer is fundamentally not only a genetic but also a microbial disease,” says one of the study’s corresponding authors, Shinichi Yachida. “Our results show that changes in the gut microbiome are present at the very early stages of colorectal cancer development, which could potentially provide vital diagnostic and causative clues for this disease.”

Colorectal cancer, the third most prevalent cancer globally, is a relatively slow-moving disease–meaning it takes a long period of time before reaching its final, fatal stages. Therefore, early detection is crucial to ensuring effective treatment. The researchers used fecal samples from a little over 600 patients who underwent colonoscopy to assess the characteristics of their gut microbiota and how they relate to colorectal cancer.

“Our results revealed that colorectal cancer was linked to an increase in certain factors in the gut microbiome, as well as the presence of cancer-associated organisms,” says the second corresponding author, Takuji Yamada. “Future studies will focus on the relationship between the gut microbiome and tumor characteristics in individual patients with colorectal cancer. This will help us understand the roles of the microbiome in the development of colorectal cancer.”

Reference: Shinichi Yachida, et al. Metagenomic and metabolomic analyses reveal distinct stage-specific phenotypes of the gut microbiota in colorectal cancer. Nature Medicine Letters (2019) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-019-0458-7.

Mental Wellness in SoCal – June 15

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What Is Carrageenan and Is It Safe? | Shape

Here’s what experts have to say about whether or not carrageenan is safe to consume and what the potential health risks really are.
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Good Mood Foods

May is Mental Health Awareness Month!

So…eat more of the foods from my Mental Wellness Diet, including those listed below that I talked about with my friends at Fresh Living (click HERE to watch)…

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Fiber – whole grains, green leafy, oatmeal, beans, artichokes, Prebiotics…

Fat – salmon, trout, sardines, anchovies, olive oil, nuts, seeds…

Fermented Foods – yogurt, kefir, kombucha, sauerkraut, Probiotics

Phytonutrients – especially flavonoids/polyphenols (dark chocolate, apples, grapes, pomegranates) and spices such as ginger, turmeric, saffron, oregano, rosemary, clove, basil

Amare Global Nominated as Finalists Two Years in a Row by NutraIngredients-USA Awards

IRVINE, Calif., May 24, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Amare Global is a finalist in two categories in the NutraIngredients-USA Awards 2019 for the second consecutive year. The categories are Start-Up of the Year (Amare Global) and Probiotic Product of the Year (Amare’s Kids FundaMentals). “These
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Amare in Lehi, UT – May 29

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NPs Mental Wellness & Gut-Brain-Axis Education

On May 17, I had the chance to speak to the Hawaii Chapter of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).

The bad news is that they were holding their conference in Kauai (and I had to join via Zoom).

The good news is that the information was very well received!

Here is the video = https://youtu.be/CG9xmtN6iC4

Here are the slides = Hawaii AANP 051709

 

Mid-life microbiota crises: middle age is associated with pervasive neuroimmune alterations that are reversed by targeting the gut microbiome | Molecular Psychiatry

Male middle age is a transitional period where many physiological and psychological changes occur leading to cognitive and behavioural alterations, and a deterioration of brain function. However, the mechanisms underpinning such changes are unclear. The gut microbiome has been implicated as a key mediator in the communication between the gut and the brain, and in the regulation of brain homeostasis, including brain immune cell function. Thus, we tested whether targeting the gut microbiome by prebiotic supplementation may alter microglia activation and brain function in ageing. Male young adult (8 weeks) and middle-aged (10 months) C57BL/6 mice received diet enriched with a prebiotic (10% oligofructose-enriched inulin) or control chow for 14 weeks. Prebiotic supplementation differentially altered the gut microbiota profile in young and middle-aged mice with changes correlating with faecal metabolites. Functionally, this translated into a reversal of stress-induced immune priming in middle-aged mice. In addition, a reduction in ageing-induced infiltration of Ly-6Chi monocytes into the brain coupled with a reversal in ageing-related increases in a subset of activated microglia (Ly-6C+) was observed. Taken together, these data highlight a potential pathway by which targeting the gut microbiome with prebiotics can modulate the peripheral immune response and alter neuroinflammation in middle age. Our data highlight a novel strategy for the amelioration of age-related neuroinflammatory pathologies and brain function.
— Read on www.nature.com/articles/s41380-019-0425-1