Follow our Clinical Advisory Board as they continue to change the landscape of healthcare
Here at Salvo Health, we’re dedicated to tracking the latest advancements in healthcare and digging into new research that evolves our understanding of gut health. Luckily, we are given a wealth of new methods and materials from our Clinical Advisory Board, consisting of the nation’s leading gastro specialists, and functional medicine practitioners. This melding of minds is vital to our mission in Salvo Health: To provide science-backed and diverse strategies for managing chronic pain to our members.
This week, our Clinical Advisory Board Members (including Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Mark Pimentel, Dr. Frank Lipman, and Dr. Emeran Mayer) unveiled new findings, dove into complex topics like our broken food system, and the benefits of pre-, pro- and post-biotics, and debuted healthy, gut-friendly recipes. We’ve curated some of the top moments in medicine right here on our blog.
The best part of Dr. Mark Hyman’s podcast The Doctor’s Farmacy? It’s updated almost daily, delivering consistent advice and information regarding the connection between digestive diseases and our nation’s agricultural, food, and health care policies.
Dr. Mark Hyman has always been dedicated to understanding how we grow and distribute food, as well as how our food culture contributes to our digestive issues, and it’s amazing to hear him interview equally passionate experts about how difficult it can be to determine the root causes of poor gut health.
Listen to the latest episode: How Innovators Are Disrupting A Broken Food System
Mark Pimentel, MD, currently the head of the Pimentel Laboratory and executive director of the Medically Associated Science and Technology (MAST) Program at Cedars-Sinai, attended Digestive Disease Week in San Diego between May 21-24.
There, the Salvo Health Board Member presented new research from a rat-trial study alongside Gerald A. Villanueva, MD, a Clinical Professor at the Department of Medicine at NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
We’re loyal subscribers to Dr. Emeran Mayer’s Mind-Gut Connection Newsletter. Not only for its in-depth blog articles which cover all factors surrounding chronic gut conditions, but for its flavorful, gut-friendly recipes.
What makes these gut-friendly recipes truly unique is that Dr. Mayer employs a team of health coaches, chefs, and foodies to develop these recipes, ensuring their distinct flavor profile and plated vibrancy. You’ll catch yourself bookmarking every single one of these so that you can replicate them in your own kitchen.
One that caught our attention: Quinoa fried rice, a gut-healthy take on a classic comfort food.
How many of us are guilty of taking probiotics and not necessarily know what they do? No, just me? I can’t be entirely alone, as Salvo Health Clinical Advisory Board Member Dr. Frank Lipman has dedicated his limited time to defining the differences between pre, pro, and postbiotics, as well as the benefits for each part of the digestive process as well as your gut microbiome.
One thing Dr. Frank Lipman gives us as a major takeaway here is to stock up on fermented foods like...
So, all the best foods. Become a biotic expert when you read his blog article here.
Want to follow our Clinical Advisory Board as they continue to change the landscape of healthcare, and provide advice, insights, and actions to improve your daily life? You can check right back here every month for a routine round-up of their latest accomplishments, or give us a follow on Twitter for the latest news.