Archive for 2019

Stressed Brain, Stressed Gut

Irritable Bowel Syndrome:  How To Get Your Life Back

Gabriele Amersbach*

At one with nature

A college student misses classes because she is stuck in her room with nausea, pain, and gas. 

 A 46-year-old man doesn’t make it to the bathroom at a football game and now worries about  “close calls” or “disasters” every time he leaves the house for an event or travel—which he does less and less.Read more

One Easy Step – Lose Weight with Prebiotin

Celebrating Weight Loss

Frank W. Jackson, MD, Founder and Chairman Emeritus 

Updated March 21, 2019

Are you ready for a simple addition to your weight management that has proven results?  Prebiotin WM (Weight Management) can become the perfect addition to every diet, weight loss plan, or obesity treatment program.

To get the full benefit of Prebiotin WM, it is important to understand exactly how it fits into your overall digestive health.… Read more

Two Brains? The Answer to Treating My Depression May Be in my Gut

Gut Brain ConnectionBy Gabriele Amersbach*

“Our two brains ‘talk’ to each other, so therapies that help one may help the other. In a way, gastroenterologists (doctors who specialize in digestive conditions) are like counselors looking for ways to soothe the second brain.” Jay Pasricha, M.D., director of the Johns Hopkins Center Neurogastroenterology, explaining the gut-brain connection.Read more

New Research Seeks the Impact of Gut Bacteria in Schizophrenia

A University of Maryland Research Study Investigates the Role of Prebiotin on Cognitive Function

Hand Reaching up to the Sky

By Gabriele Amersbach*

You go for a walk and decide which direction to go—you remember that a vicious dog barks at you if you turn left. You go right but notice there is construction that includes the sidewalk.Read more