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. 

SUPPLEMENTS WE TALKED ABOUT: 

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

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RESOURCES

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

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