Monthly Archives: February 2019
Small RNA-containing particles in ginger root are found to promote the growth of beneficial bacteria and alleviate colitis in mouse guts.
A study quietly released earlier this month by scientists at EPA and the United States Geological Survey suggests the chemicals are widespread. They found some combination of 14 PFAS compounds in all 50 drinking water samples they tested, a dramatic jump from a similar 2016 study that used less sensitive testing methods and found the […]
“What’s the trick to the microbiome’s work with the immune system? Vitamin A — the bacteria moderate active vitamin A levels in the intestine, protecting the microbiome from an overactive immune response.”
Eric Weinstein talks about: excellence vs genius; hill climbing vs valley crossing; gated institutional narratives; the capacity to hold a position when you are the only person in the room who does; and more. By Rebel Wisdom