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Gut Health Gurus Podcast

Kriben Govender

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159
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Gut Health Gurus Podcast
Gut Health Gurus Podcast

Gut Health Gurus Podcast

Kriben Govender

33
Followers
159
Plays
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A big welcome to The Gut Health Gurus podcast brought to you by Food Scientist, Kriben Govender and Psychology graduate, James Schadrach on a journey to investigate the gut brain connection. If you're fascinated by all things gut health, the microbiome, fermented foods, biohacking, optimal health & wellness and longevity then this podcast is for you. We bring you, various experts from around the world and explore topics from a scientific perspective.

Latest Episodes

Keith Bell on The Citizen Science of Microbiome Stool Testing and Mental Health

Food Scientist, Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science & Technology) and James Shadrach (Honours Degree in Psychology) have a wide-ranging discussion with Citizen Scientist Keith Bell on Microbiome stool testing, strategies to modulate gut bacterial composition for optimal health, epilepsy, gut-brain axis, rain forming bacteria, the importance of viruses, gut centric remedies for anxiety and depression, microbiota - mitochondria interaction, kefir and much more

65 MIN1 weeks ago
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Keith Bell on The Citizen Science of Microbiome Stool Testing and Mental Health

Dr Jarrod Goldin on Sustainable Cricket Protein for Gut Health

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science & Technology) has a chat with the co-founder of Entomo Farms, Dr Jarrod Goldin on the gut health and sustainability benefits of edible insects like crickets.

42 MINAUG 14
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Dr Jarrod Goldin on Sustainable Cricket Protein for Gut Health

Nathan Walz on How to Optimise your Mitochondrial Health

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science and Technology) has a heartfelt conversation with mitochondrial health guru Nathan Walz on lessons from Dr Jack Kruse, Mitochondrial Health, Cold Thermogenesis, Red Light Therapy, Deuterium Depletion, Mitochondria and Gut Health, EMF and Leaky Gut and much more

56 MINJUL 23
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Nathan Walz on How to Optimise your Mitochondrial Health

Dr Gabor Somlyai on Deuterium and Cancer

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science and Technology) and James Shadrach (Honours Degree in Psychology) have a groundbreaking discussion with Dr Gabor Somlyai on the role that the hydrogen isotope, deuterium plays in the growth of cancer cells and using deuterium depleted water as a cancer treatment. We also discuss using deuterium depleted water as a cancer prevention strategy and other benefits like improved gut health and athletic performance.

46 MINJUN 29
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Dr Gabor Somlyai on Deuterium and Cancer

Katherine Courage on How Ancient Foods Can Feed our Microbiome

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science and Technology) has a fascinating conversation with journalist, Katherine Courage author of the book: Cultured: How Ancient Foods can feed our Microbiome. We discuss the important discovery of the microbiome and how to nurture our microbiome for optimal health through diet. Katherine takes us on a journey around the world as we explorefermented foods from countries like Korea, Japan, Switzerland and Greece.

53 MINJUN 10
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Katherine Courage on How Ancient Foods Can Feed our Microbiome

Dr Laszlo Boros on Deuterium Depletion for Optimal Health

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science & Technology) has a mind-blowing conversation with Dr Laszlo Boros from The Deuterium Depletion Centre on the dangers of excess deuterium and strategies to naturally deplete deuterium from your body for optimal health. We discuss the impact of deuterium on our mitochondria, gut and microbiome.

64 MINMAY 25
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Dr Laszlo Boros on Deuterium Depletion for Optimal Health

Kirsten and Christopher Shockey on Fermenting Vegetables and Cider Making

An entertaining conversation with the hilarious Kirsten and Christopher Shockey. We talk about the ins and outs of fermenting vegetables, cider making, miso, tempeh, natto and much more.

67 MINMAY 15
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Kirsten and Christopher Shockey on Fermenting Vegetables and Cider Making

Jasmina Aganovic on Probiotics for the Skin Microbiome

The Skin Microbiome, factors impacting the development of skin disorders and fostering a healthy skin ecosystem by reintroducing naturally occurring soil bacteria

49 MINMAY 2
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Jasmina Aganovic on Probiotics for the Skin Microbiome

Jason Bawden Smith on Light, Water and Magnetism Simplified

A chat with Environmental Scientist, Jason Bawden Smith on Light, Water and Magnetism Simplified. We talk about Dr Jack Kruse, blue light toxicity, electromagnetic radiation, deuterium depletion, the benefits of natural magnetic fields, mitochondrial dysfunction, environmental challenges and much more...

64 MINAPR 23
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Jason Bawden Smith on Light, Water and Magnetism Simplified

Matt Maruca on Lessons from Dr Jack Kruse

An enlightening conversation with student of Dr Jack Kruse, Matt Maruca. Matt has the unique gift of simplifying the complex scientific topics of Light, Water and Magnetism as advocated by Dr Jack Kruse. This is a fascinating introduction into the world of mitochondria, mitochondria function, deuterium, non native electromagnetic fields and biohacking.

108 MINAPR 9
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Matt Maruca on Lessons from Dr Jack Kruse

Latest Episodes

Keith Bell on The Citizen Science of Microbiome Stool Testing and Mental Health

Food Scientist, Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science & Technology) and James Shadrach (Honours Degree in Psychology) have a wide-ranging discussion with Citizen Scientist Keith Bell on Microbiome stool testing, strategies to modulate gut bacterial composition for optimal health, epilepsy, gut-brain axis, rain forming bacteria, the importance of viruses, gut centric remedies for anxiety and depression, microbiota - mitochondria interaction, kefir and much more

65 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Keith Bell on The Citizen Science of Microbiome Stool Testing and Mental Health

Dr Jarrod Goldin on Sustainable Cricket Protein for Gut Health

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science & Technology) has a chat with the co-founder of Entomo Farms, Dr Jarrod Goldin on the gut health and sustainability benefits of edible insects like crickets.

42 MINAUG 14
Comments
Dr Jarrod Goldin on Sustainable Cricket Protein for Gut Health

Nathan Walz on How to Optimise your Mitochondrial Health

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science and Technology) has a heartfelt conversation with mitochondrial health guru Nathan Walz on lessons from Dr Jack Kruse, Mitochondrial Health, Cold Thermogenesis, Red Light Therapy, Deuterium Depletion, Mitochondria and Gut Health, EMF and Leaky Gut and much more

56 MINJUL 23
Comments
Nathan Walz on How to Optimise your Mitochondrial Health

Dr Gabor Somlyai on Deuterium and Cancer

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science and Technology) and James Shadrach (Honours Degree in Psychology) have a groundbreaking discussion with Dr Gabor Somlyai on the role that the hydrogen isotope, deuterium plays in the growth of cancer cells and using deuterium depleted water as a cancer treatment. We also discuss using deuterium depleted water as a cancer prevention strategy and other benefits like improved gut health and athletic performance.

46 MINJUN 29
Comments
Dr Gabor Somlyai on Deuterium and Cancer

Katherine Courage on How Ancient Foods Can Feed our Microbiome

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science and Technology) has a fascinating conversation with journalist, Katherine Courage author of the book: Cultured: How Ancient Foods can feed our Microbiome. We discuss the important discovery of the microbiome and how to nurture our microbiome for optimal health through diet. Katherine takes us on a journey around the world as we explorefermented foods from countries like Korea, Japan, Switzerland and Greece.

53 MINJUN 10
Comments
Katherine Courage on How Ancient Foods Can Feed our Microbiome

Dr Laszlo Boros on Deuterium Depletion for Optimal Health

Kriben Govender (Honours Degree in Food Science & Technology) has a mind-blowing conversation with Dr Laszlo Boros from The Deuterium Depletion Centre on the dangers of excess deuterium and strategies to naturally deplete deuterium from your body for optimal health. We discuss the impact of deuterium on our mitochondria, gut and microbiome.

64 MINMAY 25
Comments
Dr Laszlo Boros on Deuterium Depletion for Optimal Health

Kirsten and Christopher Shockey on Fermenting Vegetables and Cider Making

An entertaining conversation with the hilarious Kirsten and Christopher Shockey. We talk about the ins and outs of fermenting vegetables, cider making, miso, tempeh, natto and much more.

67 MINMAY 15
Comments
Kirsten and Christopher Shockey on Fermenting Vegetables and Cider Making

Jasmina Aganovic on Probiotics for the Skin Microbiome

The Skin Microbiome, factors impacting the development of skin disorders and fostering a healthy skin ecosystem by reintroducing naturally occurring soil bacteria

49 MINMAY 2
Comments
Jasmina Aganovic on Probiotics for the Skin Microbiome

Jason Bawden Smith on Light, Water and Magnetism Simplified

A chat with Environmental Scientist, Jason Bawden Smith on Light, Water and Magnetism Simplified. We talk about Dr Jack Kruse, blue light toxicity, electromagnetic radiation, deuterium depletion, the benefits of natural magnetic fields, mitochondrial dysfunction, environmental challenges and much more...

64 MINAPR 23
Comments
Jason Bawden Smith on Light, Water and Magnetism Simplified

Matt Maruca on Lessons from Dr Jack Kruse

An enlightening conversation with student of Dr Jack Kruse, Matt Maruca. Matt has the unique gift of simplifying the complex scientific topics of Light, Water and Magnetism as advocated by Dr Jack Kruse. This is a fascinating introduction into the world of mitochondria, mitochondria function, deuterium, non native electromagnetic fields and biohacking.

108 MINAPR 9
Comments
Matt Maruca on Lessons from Dr Jack Kruse

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