Nutrition with Judy

257. How to Heal Leaky Gut, Improve Skin Health, and Select Probiotics - Kiran Krishnan

November 27, 2023 Judy Cho
Nutrition with Judy
257. How to Heal Leaky Gut, Improve Skin Health, and Select Probiotics - Kiran Krishnan
Show Notes

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Hey guys! I'm excited to sit back down with Kiran Krishnan after almost 3 years! Hope this episode helps you understand how disease truly starts in the gut. We talk about gut health, skin health, mental health, creatine, coconut oil and more. 


Kiran Krishnan is a Research Microbiologist and has been involved in the dietary supplement and nutrition market for the past 16 years. He comes from a strict research background having spent several years with hands-on R&D in the fields of molecular medicine and microbiology at the University of Iowa. 

We discuss the following:

  • All about Kiran Krishnan
  • How all disease starts in the gut
  • Reasons for weakened microbes and microbiome
  • Refrigerated probiotics vs spore
  • What shares the best probiotic results
  • Probiotic sensitivities
  • Balancing the fungal biome
  • LPS and endotoxins
  • Coconut oil and adverse gut health risks
  • Gut, skin and mental health connections
  • Creatine
  • Power for breast milk
  • Where to find Kiran Krishnan



Below are a few published studies by Kiran Krishnan on spore-based probiotics and the impact on the gut microbiome:


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