Functional Foods for Microbiome Balance Part 2 With Steph Jackson
This week’s episode is part two of the Functional Foods for Microbiome Balance series. In part one, we talked about how food affects the various parts of the digestive tract and how to heal and restore balance. In this second part, we welcome back our guest, Steph Jackson, a certified nutritional endocrinology practitioner, and an expert in gut health and fermented foods. We discuss the specific foods that affect particular organisms and how restricting certain food groups impacts microbiome diversity. Tune in to learn how to heal your body with the power of the microbiome.
IN THIS EPISODE:
- [04:00] How to handle a client’s intolerance to certain foods or food groups.
- [09:00] Encouraging clients to have a variety in their diets to encourage good bacteria.
- [14:00] How to add bacteria to foods.
- [18:00] How fermentation affects lectins.
- [25:00] Different sources of lectins.
- [30:00] The ultimate goal is to get people to eat fresh, colorful fruits and veggies.
- [32:00] How Quercetin can improve bacterial balance in the gut.
- Restricting our foods can have cascading effects on our gut microbiome because we need the colorful plant chemicals to create postbiotics.
- The main goal for a healthy microbiome is eating a variety of colorful fruits and veggies. Those who can’t tolerate specific foods can learn how to create ferments from them.
- If you can get your clients to ferment something with bifidobacteria, they can actually have an oxalate reducing ferment which makes it easier to absorb calcium and iron better.
- The False Gods of Food Religions
- The Real Cost of Healthcare
- Identifying Food Sensitivities: The Missing Piece
- Food Sensitivity Detection: When Perceived Failure Is True Success
- The Real way to Get Results with a Provocation Protocol
- Little Miracles Everywhere: Plant Phytonutrients
- The Food Matrix and the Future of Nutritional Research
- Believing Isn’t Always Seeing! The Power of Functional Food
- The Health Benefits of Polyphenols in Restoring Balance
- Phytonutrients— There’s More Than Meets the Eye