Dr. Sina McCullough and Abbey Smith, from the Savory Institute, discuss how probiotics can contribute to disease, and offer a different solution for achieving optimal health and wellness. While there is a time and place for probiotics, they are not a sustainable solution. Optimal health requires diversity of microbes in our gut. But, probiotics are essentially creating a monoculture – similar to the industrialized food system. Abbey Smith and Dr. McCullough discuss an alternative solution that is both sustainable and practical.
Click on the picture to hear the full interview:
Connect with Abbey at: JeffersonHub.com
Savory Institute: www.savory.global
Warning: The information provided is not meant to be medical advice nor is it designed to replace advice, information, or prescriptions you receive from your health care provider. The information provided is for educational purposes only and should not be viewed as medical advice in any capacity. Consult your health care provider before making any changes to your diet, medications, or lifestyle. Proceed at your own risk.