If you want to prevent or heal from chronic health issues, then you must improve gut health. By now, we’ve all heard just how important our gut microbes are in maintaining health. But, how exactly do we fix a broken microbiome.
To help answer this question, I talked with Kiran Krishnan, one of the leading experts in the microbiome. Kiran is a scientific advisor for Just Thrive Probiotic and is the Chief Scientific Officer of Microbiome Labs.
During this interview, we discussed how to improve gut health and a whole lot more.
Topics covered include:
- The long-lasting effects of antibiotics, and how one round can affect your gut for 2 years.
- Endotoxemia, LPS and why to avoid a high fat diet.
- What foods are best for the microbiome.
- How to improve microbial diversity
- Why spore-based probiotics are key to permanently improve gut health
The Happy Healthy Family Podcast Episode 33 w/Kiran Krishnan
How To Improve Gut Health & Fix The Microbiome
Learn how to eat for a more robust microbiome & why a high fat meal can trigger the release of LPS, a potent endotoxin. We also cover the effects of a single course of antibiotics, how it can affect the entire family’s gut health, & what to do about it.
I welcome “Super Nerd” Kiran Krishnan. Kiran is a microbiologist, scientific advisor for Just Thrive Probiotic, Chief Scientific Officer of Microbiome Labs, & an expert in the microbiome.
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- The effects of a single round of antibiotics
- Most apparent side effect of antibiotics is overgrowth in pathogenic microbes
- What happens after taking one antibiotic
- When one family member takes antibiotics, the entire household’s microbiome is disrupted
- How farting spreads bacteria
- Is there hope for people that have taken repeated rounds of antibiotics
- Why it’s hard to transfer someone else’s microbiome
- What is endotoxemia and LPS
- The effects of LPS and why eating high fat meals makes them worse
- LPS may be behind many chronic conditions
- How the body deals with LPS
- How eating creates a “sepsis-like” reaction
- The right foods to eat for a healthy microbiome
- Fasting actually improves microbe diversity
- Other ways to increase diversity and improve gut health
- Spore-biotics reverse damage from antibiotics, reduce LPS after meals
- A good probiotic should be taken with food
- Kiran’s Tips for raising a happier, healthier family
Links & Info From The Show
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- Ep 04 Gut Health with Cara Comini
- Ep 22 Is Your Detox Door Closed w/Dr Kelly Halderman (Detox 2.5)
- Ep 24 Everything We Know About Omega 6s Is Wrong w/Ann Louise Gittleman
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Who Is Kiran Krishnan
Kiran has been involved in the dietary supplement and nutrition market for the past 15 years. He comes from a strict research background having spent several years with hands-on R&D in the fields of molecular medicine and microbiology at the University of Iowa. He left University research to take a position as the U.S. Business Development and Sales Manager for Amano Enzyme, USA. Amano is one of the world’s largest suppliers of therapeutic enzymes used in the dietary supplement and pharmaceutical industries in North America. At Amano, Kiran conceptualized and successfully launched several dietary supplement ingredients in the North and South American markets.
In addition to his experience at Amano, Kiran has designed and conducted over 10 clinical trials as a partner in a Contract Research Organization called Live Smart, Inc. Over the past 10 years Kiran has focused his knowledge and experience to developing unique and effective nutritional products for other well-known brands in the dietary supplement market. Kiran has had several market successes in the dietary supplement and nutrition markets. He brings his extensive technical knowledge, his clinical research experience and his passion for creating effective, natural products to the Just Thrive® team.
As a microbiologist, he has a deep understanding of microbial science and has spent the last 8 years studying the strains used in Just Thrive® Probiotic & Antioxidant.
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