Over the past year and a half, I’ve spent much my time on this blog detailing the various dietary practices and other conditions that can impair intestinal-barrier function, and for good reason. While our intestines are located within us, as far as the body is concerned, this environment is actually external to it. And Read More →

This is a super quick post to alert you to a recent study that found that Lacotbacillus reuteri increases vitamin D levels by about 25%. This is an extremely important finding given how important this vitamin is for health, especially bone health. It’s been obvious to me that the decreases in vitamin D levels seen Read More →