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It's time to diversify your biome!
Our biome, the life within our personal ecosystem, is missing many of the organisms that were present in our ancestors and that are still living today in many people in less developed countries. Our mission is to restore your biome to a more natural state to help maintain good health. We provide HDC, a higher organism (a helminth), which helps complete your intestinal ecosystem and provides diversity that bacterial probiotics alone cannot.
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Biome Restoration co-founder, Judy Chinitz, has started a new blog, The Biome Buzz, to write, in more depth, about new (and old) information and research into the amazing human biome and its connection to health – a subject very near and dear to her heart. We hope you’ll join her there. And please – if there are specific topics you’d like to read more about, email Judy at any time: email@example.com.
Biome Restoration and the use of helminths in restoring the human biome continues to get mainstream media attention. In February, we appeared in this article in The Guardian, in the UK. In May, Dr. Sidney Baker appeared in a Bulletproof podcast, and we were flooded with hundreds of new customers from around the world. Last week, the science writer, Moises Velasquez-Manoff’s article on helminths (in part featuring Biome Restoration) appeared in the magazine section of the Sunday NY Times. We are thrilled with the growing acceptance of helminths, and hope, going forward, that coverage emphasizes the growing scientific evidence supporting this crucially important concept.