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    SIBO: An Ecosystem Disorder

    Recently we hosted a course on small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) with Dr Jason Hawrelak called Demystifying SIBO. True to its name, Dr Hawrelak spoke frankly about the flaws in …


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    The Impacts of the Vaginal Microbiome on Health

    Join Naturopath and vaginal health expert Moira Bradfield as she introduces you to the amazing and important world of the vaginal microbiome.


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  • Webinar

    Oral Health and COVID-19

    Following the publication of Dr. Sampson’s findings in the British Dental Journal in June, she will be addressing the topic of how and why there is a connection between …


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    Patterns of Gut Imbalance in IBD and IBS

    The markers on the GI EcologiX gut health and microbiome profile were chosen because of the wealth of research and human clinical data on their relation to chronic disease. We …


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    Invivo Talks: Environmental & Social Impact

    Join Kath Child, Invivo’s Environment & Sustainability Manager as she discusses what we do here at Invivo as a B Corp, and a healthcare company that has this way of thinking …


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    Prebiotic Fibres with Dr George Tzortzis

    Learn about three major evidence-based prebiotics from one of the global leaders in prebiotic fibre research and development, Dr George Tzortzis.


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    The Lactobacillus Taxonomy Has Changed

    On Wednesday the 15th of April, 2020 a new classification dividing the family of the Lactobacillaceae into Lactobacillus, Paralactobacillus, Pediococcus, and 23 novel genera was published in the International Journal of Systematic …


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    LPS: A Player in Chronic Disease

    Learn about LPS (lipopolysaccharides), the chronic diseases related to elevated LPS – or ‘metabolic endotoxemia’ – including autoimmune diseases and the mechanism of action, how to evaluate LPS load in …


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