Prebiotic for bees, ISAPP podcast; my mom hopefully to be discharged today!
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ISAPPscience.org offers many resources about mucrobiome health.
Podcast Episode 16: Honeybee Microbiome. https://isappscience.org/episode-16-honeybee-microbiome/
I’m currently waiting with her and can't make working links on the phone app.
ISAPP is a nonprofit focused on microbiome health and offers a variety of free resources for either lay readers or health professionals. Their infographics are available in English and have been translated into other languages too - check here: https://isappscience.org/for-consumers/infographics/
An example on fiber:
In looking into the question of “How much resistant starch should we eat each day?” The answer was a resounding “A lot more than currently!” Raw veg and fruit have more than cooked source so it seems likely that we need more raw low calorie veg along with cooked resistant starch foods.
Two pages on jenniferdepew.com are about butyrate and resistant starch. Zinc is also needed for butyrate producing microbiome species to be able to thrive. Pomegranate peel helps those beneficial types and is an antimicrobial against negative types.
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