–Frank W. Jackson, MD, Founder and Chairman Emeritus
Dec. 18, 2013
A most amazing thing happened to me several weeks ago. There I was, watching PBS NewsHour, and a program came on highlighting Paula Wolfert, a renowned food and cook book author. She and her husband were courageously outing her struggles with early stages of Alzheimer’s.… Read more
Did you know that taking a daily dose of a prebiotic fiber supplement helps fight the flu? Inulin and oligofructose, two plant-based soluble fibers that enhance the production of healthy gut bacteria, enhance the body’s natural powers of immunity.
An Effective Home Remedy
Although it’s true that flu shots and mists help ward off nasty bugs that typically lay people low during the winter months, it turns out that certain home remedies — and yes, that includes chicken soup — also help us stay healthy.… Read more
The science of the gut keeps getting more and more impressive (and a bit more complicated!). In the past, I’ve concentrated on the enormous number of species of bacteria we have found in the gut. The number may be over 2000 species. What we have learned in a short time is that the balance of good vs bad bacteria species makes a world of difference in how the colon healthy organ functions.… Read more