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04th November 2016
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.
22nd June 2016
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.
22nd June 2016
Our June newsletter is out and it contains a lot of important information – so please take a moment to read!
24th May 2016
We want to welcome the flood of new customers we have had since the release of the BulletProof podcast with Dr. Sidney Baker! Because there was some crucial information that Dr. Baker didn’t get into in his broadcast, today we put out a special newsletter to provide you that information. Please do take a moment to read it! Most importantly – helminths are not a 1x “treatment” for any disease. Taking a dose is not like taking ibuprofen, and having your headache go away 30 minutes later. The effects of helminths takes months of regular (every 2 to 3 weeks) use. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Again – welcome to Biome Restoration!
15th April 2016
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19th January 2016
Recently we have had two customers worried about possible mold contamination in their vials. To keep the HDC alive they must be kept in a nutrient solution, which does provide a potential environment for fungal growth. The laboratory works under very strict conditions to ensure that opportunistic fungal contamination is almost impossible, and we are proud of the fact that virtually no vials actually arrive with any sort of contamination.
Upon investigation of our recent customer concerns, it has become apparent that some people have been informed that HDC are completely invisible to the naked eye, which is actually incorrect. The HDC are actually quite visible and observation of the HDC had been mistaken as the presence of mold. We would like to thank Michael for supplying the below photo of a vial of 60 HDC, where the HDC can plainly be seen as small, white floating objects. THIS IS A NORMAL VIAL OF HDC! Often the HDC will sink to the bottom of the vial and clump together which you can sometimes see when you first receive your vials. (The vial wall is thicker at the bottom which can make it more difficult to see the HDC.) If anyone sees similar white matter floating in their vials as shown in the photo, they should not be concerned. Mold growth looks quite different: there would be a single, much larger growth that looks similar to a clump of cotton wool which has been soaked in water.
We would like to reiterate that due to the precautions we take in vial preparation, mold growth is exceptionally rare. Of course, if you ever have any concerns, never hesitate to contact the laboratory directly.
19th January 2016
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Q & A
Q: Should I take the HDC with food or on an empty stomach?
A: It’s best to put the HDC into something that contains a little fat, like some kind of milk substance.