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Please note that many of the page functionalities won't work as expected without javascript enabled. Volume 6, Issue 2. No citations found yet 0. Create a SciFeed alert for new publications With following keywords microbiome. By following author Miguel Toribio-Mateas. One email with all search results. One email for each search. Microorganisms , 6 2 , 35; https: Other characteristics of a eubiotic gut ecosystem include lower levels of beta-glucuronidase, documented to help with normal elimination of toxicants, and lower zonulin levels, seen as an indication of reduced susceptibility of damage to the intestinal barrier, i.

In this scenario, less glial activation is observed, resulting in decreased oxidative stress and increased neuroplasticity. On the other hand, dietary patterns rich in ultra-processed foods, and particularly those rich in refined carbohydrates combined with high fat levels are seen to promote gut dysbiosis. Lower microbial diversity, as well as lower levels of short chain fatty acid levels are seen in patients whose diets consist of mostly of ultra-processed foods, with higher relative abundance of Firmicutes.

Other markers are also affected. Beta-glucuronidase may be higher, which could pose issues with toxicant elimination via reduced activity of phase II detoxification pathways.

There is also a higher susceptibility for barrier tissue damage. Higher zonulin levels in stool would give practitioners an indication that this is the case. Whether you're a child care provider or a technical assistance professional, Go NAP SACC makes it easier than ever to give the children in your community a healthy start.

What Is Our Focus? Through the NAP SACC program I was shown a different way to approach our mealtimes and incorporate learning about where the meals came from, how they're prepared, how to serve and how to socialize sitting at the table. We have a community member who is a doula and I invited her to come in and speak with our infant teachers to help unpack their feelings about breastfeeding and provide a broader understanding of the benefits of breastfeeding for the mom, the child, and the whole family.

She also provided us with great resources that we can pass along to families. It can be hard for new moms to continue breastfeeding when they go back to work and now my teachers feel more empowered to help. Connecting a farmer to the child care centers has been an amazing experience for the children, parents and center staff. The children so enjoy visiting the farmer's market to pick up their weekly food order, but the real excitement comes when they get to unpack the produce box and discover what's inside.

Adding Farm to ECE has opened up a whole new world of science and nature exploration for the children and I am thrilled to be able to assist the directors, teachers and chefs as they expand their classroom nutrition education to include Farm to ECE.

In setting our goals, I was delighted to include a goal that incorporated physical activity with parent involvement.

As a Head Start Center, we strive to include our families in each and every aspect of the program; Helping our families include physical fitness into their daily lives was a goal of ours.

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