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The Human Microbiome

The Human Microbiome

The micro organisms that live in your gut are called "commensal bacteria," or in layman's terms "friendly bacteria."

For your gut health to be at its best you need to have a healthy balance of bacteria. The good bacteria must outweigh the bad.

At ThinkBiome we understand that the microbes living on and within our bodies are critical to our health and well-being. The use of antibiotics in modern medicine has saved countless lives from pathogenic microorganisms, but the problem is that antibiotics also harm the good bacteria in and on our bodies.

Our probiotic supplements help you restore your gut bacteria so that you can get your health, and your life, back on track!

Biome Balance is awesome. I have used others but will buy this again. I mix it in yogurt and really enjoy the taste. I particularly like that it has three organic fibers in it that are different than others that I have taken. I feel great!
— Sheryl, FL.

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Meet Dr. Robert Heath, Founder of ThinkBiome...

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Dear Reader,

I have been an asthma sufferer since I was 3 years old. And over the ensuing 30+ years I have developed an increasing number of allergies.

I have to take 4 or 5 different medications per day just to be able to breathe.

 I am the poster child of modern immune disease.

It’s miserable, and I know I’m not alone.

At the same time I'm a research scientist, trained in genetics, molecular and cellular biology.

I have been fortunate enough to spend the last 7 years studying the relationship between humans and bacteria in the context of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), at one of the world's premier research institutions.

There are a number of conclusions that my time in this field has led me to:

  1. There are a number of genetic mutations that are associated with increased risk of developing IBD.
  2. Genetics alone do not account for all of this risk; an environmental trigger is also required.
  3. Some of the genetic risk factors associated with IBD are shared between multiple immune-mediated diseases including diabetes, celiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis and asthma.

But the thing that stands out the most to me is that the microbes in the colon of people with a myriad of these problems is different from those of healthy people.

Every time I attend a conference I see more and more data from research in animal models and from patients, that reinforces this point.

 

Researchers are finding that altering the composition of the microbiome is possible and can have dramatic effects on health.

Doctors around the world are transplanting the feces of healthy people into IBD patients in order to change their microbiota and relieve their symptoms.

This works. It doesn’t work 100% for everybody, but it does work.

Unfortunately this is considered a last resort treatment and the FDA doesn’t know how to regulate it. It is also only used to treat severe IBD.

I’m not going to be able to convince my doctor to give me a fecal transplant for asthma. But, that doesn’t matter.

Why? Well it turns out that the gut microbiome is highly plastic, it can be changed rapidly (within two weeks!) simply by changing what you eat.

That is why I started ThinkBiome. By making simple changes to our diet and lifestyle, we may be able to set right the damage done by modern living.

I also wanted to create a community. A place for people to share, discuss and understand the implications of cutting edge research into the human microbiome.

Finally, I want to provide the highest quality nutritional supplements for digestive health. Supplements designed around the latest and greatest research into supporting a healthy, balanced gut microbiome.

Be good to your gut!

- Robert Heath Ph.D. - Founder ThinkBiome LLC.