Can Celiacs Eat True Sourdough Bread?

An interesting article that adds to the debate about true sourdough (bread started with selected Lactobacilli) and whether people with Celiacs can tolerate it. True sourdough bread does not contain bakers yeast and instead utilizes a lactobacilli based starter culture. True sourdough bread is also baked at a lower temperature for a longer period of…

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Fecal microbiota transplantation may improve active Ulcerative Colitis

News of a very interesting study came out recently regarding the positive effects FMT on patients with Ulceritive Colitis. The researchers conclude that multidonor intensive FMT induces steroid-free clinical remission and endoscopic improvement in patients with active ulcerative colitis compared to placebo and is associated with distinct microbial changes that relate to outcome. Take a…

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Yoga and meditation are beneficial for people suffering from inflammatory diseases

At Newbery Medicine we believe that since yoga and meditation relaxes and reduces stress, these activities are beneficial for people suffering from inflammatory diseases. A new study came out earlier this month suggesting just that! Patients with ulcerative colitis, a chronic inflammatory bowel disease, often relapse at times of stress. In a clinical trial of…

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“Unbalanced” intestinal population on IBS, IBD, Chrons, MS, Psoriasis, UC and Celiac Disease

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBS and IBD), multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, and celiac disease share one trait: an “unbalanced” intestinal population. FMT offers a non-invasive, holistic, therapeutic treatment option. Newbery Medicine provides fresh microbiota implants from healthy donors who remain in continual supervision. Our team of specialists is devoted to helping our patients along their path to…

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Human Gut Microbe Transplant Alters Mouse Behavior

An interesting study about the effects of IBS on the gut-brain communication. Inversely, Fecal transplant from healthy donors (FMT) can be used to treat conditions like IBS. “Fecal transplants from humans with irritable bowel syndrome and anxiety into mice lead to similar symptoms and anxiety-like behavior in the rodents, researchers report.” Fecal transplants from humans…

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