Amoxicillin is the most prescribed antibiotic and it helps to recover from bacterial infections. But what are the side effects of Amoxicillin and how can we reduce that? Read along to know about it.
Should you be taking probiotics daily? What’s the best time to have it? And how much should you consume? Hear what medical experts have to say.
The Gut Council is our assembly of health experts who will accelerate our mission of making Americans healthier by focusing on gut health. And because gut health is overall health, the members of our Gut Council span a variety of specialties – ranging from neurology and dietetics, to rheumatology and pediatrics. We have a doctor to combat probably any medical issue one could face – a luxury I’m sure many of our team members will take advantage of in the form of “Hey Doc - I have a quick medical question!” type emails.
Can probiotics cause bloating and gas? Oftentimes, when your body is adjusting to the beneficial new bacteria your probiotics supplements are bringing you, you might experience uncomfortable symptoms like bloating, gas & stomach pain.
Should you take probiotics with antibiotics? People take doctor-prescribed antibiotics which kills infection-causing bacteria as well as bad bacteria. Read our blog to know how to keep good bacteria while taking antibiotics.
Co-authored by Dr. Ilene Ruhoy, MD, PhD and Dr. Gillian Ehrlich, ARNP, DNP
Dr. Ilene Ruhoy, founder of the Center for Healing Neurology, joined Jetson’s Gut Talk to talk about the benefits of juicing and why it’s essential for gut health. We’ve partnered with Pure Juicer to help you bring the benefits of juicing to your gut.
When it comes to vegetables, we’re never going to tell you that any are “bad” for you. That would be pretty unhinged of us. At the end of the day, anything is better than a family-sized bag of barbecue chips. But we want to challenge you to go the extra mile – to start eating the greens that give you the most bang for your bite (and buck).
Our mission is to make Americans healthier through their gut. If you asked us why we are so passionate about all things gut health, we would tell you it’s because research proves that between 70% and 80% of the immune system is in the gut—so it’s an obvious place to start. The immune system is […]
Ken Onishi is a doctoral candidate in integrative neuroscience. His research covers seasonal biology as it relates to immune function, the role of the immune system in clinical populations and the influence of gut microbiota on circadian rhythms. Ken is passionate about taking the small steps to make for a healthier lifestyle. Whether that means […]
What do we mean about when we talk about “bugs,” and how important they are to our gut health. We know, you’ve probably researched this a ton already, because gut health is the most interesting topic of all. Right? So let’s keep this short, sweet and simple. A microbe really is shorthand for “microscopic organisms” […]