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The Oral Microbiome and its Connection to Systemic Health: The Microbiome Therapeutics US Conference

Rheumatoid arthiritis, cardiovascular disease, autoimmune dosorders, and Alzheimer's dementia: what if all of these disparate diseases could be treated by targeting a single source? In fact, research shows that this is possible. The oral microbiome is the target of numerous therapeutics opportunities that DrBonnie360 delves into in her presentation at The Microbiome Therapeutics US Conference.

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The link between the oral microbiome and Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's disease continues to be one of the most devastating and pervasive neurodegenerative diseases that impacts the human race. This enigmatic disease continues to stump scientists and a cure remains unknown. Recent research, however, has provided a surprising new avenue from which to attack Alzheimer's--the mouth. Dr. Bonnie delves into the recent findings linking the oral microbiome to the beginnings of Alzheimer's

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Tips & Tools to Conquer your Chronic Disease

DrBonnie360’s life experiences are far from mundane: she began her career as a dentist, then became a Wall Street analyst and consultant after a hand injury prevented her from continuing on with dentistry, and finally started Your Autoimmunity Connection when faced with the lack of resources available to herself and her family members as autoimmune patients. This winding trajectory in conjunction with her diagnoses has given her ample insight into how to manage autoimmune and chronic conditions with the curveballs life throws your way. Here DrBonnie360 introduces her eBook to help chronic illness patients like herself prosper and thrive.

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Visual Annotated Oral Microbiome Research Bibliography (Improved & Expanded )

The bustling, teeming colonies of microorganisms in your mouth might be responsible for cancer in your pancreas. How do the critters in your mouth regulte such distant and severe diseases? Our visual annotated oral microbiome research bibliography conveniently provides you with a one-stop destination for exploring current research on the correlation between the oral microbiome and disease.

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Visual Annotated Oral Microbiome Research Bibliography

The oral microbiome is becoming a front runner in scientific research. Given its complexity, understanding the existing findings and data can be confusing, so we’ve compiled our research into this easy to follow, visual, annotated bibliography!

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Navigating Food in a World Where One Diet Does Not Fit All!

What makes you, YOU? Science would tell you that your uniqueness is confined to ~1% of your DNA, but your diet should tell you otherwise. Join us as Dr. Bonnie breaks down the genetics and microbiology that dictate why your diet should be exclusive to you and only you!

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Punk Rawk Labs: A Dabble In Delicious, non-Dairy Cheese

Want the probiotics of cheese but can’t have dairy in your diet? Our friends at Punk Rawk Labs understand. That’s why they’ve created their own unique brand of dairy-free cheese: the perfect palate pleaser for any of your fondue fantasies. Join us as we dive into the technicalities of probiotic-rich nut-based cheese and explore some tasty ways to incorporate it into our diets.

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Pre & Probiotics: The Role of Fiber and Diet on Microbial Health in an Age of Antibiotics

We all love good food, and it turns out that the bacteria in our bodies are no different. But while the food we eat might be nice and savory to us, it often lacks the thing that our bacteria love most: fiber. For more information about how to keep the friends in your bowels from starving, here’s a list of some of our favorite pro- and prebiotics.