Rivers of white blood, a matrix of dark matter. The glycome is in between and around every cell that we have, yet we were not seeing it. Possibly the most complex part of biological systems; science is learning to appreciate the glue of life - the glycome. Read More
Protein is not a thing, but a category of 100,000s of molecules, each doing very different things at different times and in different places in the body. This very complex network of molecules, with a common defining factor that they have a nitrogen molecules, is called your proteome.
We all know that we are born with our own unique set of genes that will dictate a lot about us. In this blog we will demonstrate that it also depends on how we treat our genes through diet, exercise and sleep. Read More
Our gut microbiomes are complex ecosystems, much like rainforest soils, and should host many different types of bacteria. Therefore, a combination of dietary fibre is as important, and more effective, in maintaining a good gut balance.
Soil-science is still high on our agenda at PhycoHealth, because seaweed can contribute a lot to the quality of soil and plants that we grow on land. The microbiome in soils can benefit from seaweed in a similar way that the microbiome in our guts does.
SeaFibre-3 is based on our clinical research as featured in the Clever Guts
diet by Dr. Michael Mosley. We focused our research on the things that are missing from modern diets as over 75 chronic diseases are linked to our guts and, often, what we don't eat. Learn how putting things back in your diet can be more important than taking things out.