Taste for Life magazine features Dr. Kellman’s book, The Whole Brain, discussing Dr. Kellman’s strategies to nourish the gut and lift mood, easy anxiety, lift brain fog, and more.
Closer magazine features Dr. Kellman’s book, The Whole Brain, discussing Dr. Kellman’s strategies to nourish the gut and lift mood, easy anxiety, lift brain fog, and more.
WELL + GOOD
In the piece, Dr. Kellman discusses how doctors have been adapting to telemedicine due to COVID-19. For example, he explains how virtual appointments can have severe limitations, including not being able to take a patient’s blood or basic vital signs or do a hands-on physical exam among them.
Dr. Kellman discusses foods to avoid for a healthy and balanced microbiome. He notes how “research has shown that all roads lead to the health of our gut microbiome – our well-being depends on it…They are intimately connected to all aspects of health greatly impacting mood, metabolism, immune function, digestion, hormones, inflammation, and even gene expression.”
Read a first-person account of the editor’s experience receiving a microneedling with PRP treatment at the Kellman Wellness Center. The editor explains what microneedling with PRP is to readers and tells readers about the entire process from start to finish as well as what to expect afterward. She also tells readers that she visited with the “uber-knowledgeable Sandra McKenzie, PA” who explained after-care instructions and benefits of the procedure.
Dr. Kellman is featured to discuss how eating certain foods can cause a “food coma”. Specifically, refined sugars and carbohydrates cause glucose levels to go up and then quickly go down.
Dr. Kellman is this month’s featured author in the acclaimed publication Bottom Line Health. His article, The Missing Link to Better Mood, Memory and More highlights what anyone can do to improve their mood, their anxiety, and their health. (Hint: it’s all about the microbiome!)
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
Dr. Kellman discusses how gut health is integrally related to mental health, and how a microbiome-friendly diet can reduce anxiety and sharpen memory for The Telegraph UK.
THE THYROID AUTISM CONNECTION
Dr. Kellman’s informative article discusses the integral connection between the thyroid and autism, and how that relates to the microbiome.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Weighing a big decision? Here’s what experts say about when to go with your gut or your rational brain—or some combination of both. “When we eat chemicals—and too much food and too fast—the bacteria in our gut will become deforested and lose their abundance, and that will affect the transmission of signals to the brain”
Dr. Kellman weighs in on the topic of chronic fatigue syndrome – what it is, symptoms, causes, treatment methods and more. When it comes to tackling the condition, he notes: “When you treat the underlying issues by first healing the microbiome and actively testing for the thyroid, then you can treat and, ultimately, cure yourself from this syndrome.”
Dr. Kellman discusses the many aspects of health that are directly impacted by one’s microbiome, which include mood, metabolism, immune function, digestion, hormones, inflammation, and more. When it comes to supporting your gut bacteria, he explains how “diet is key. It should include lots of fresh prebiotic foods with plenty of probiotic foods as well.”
Dr. Kellman’s microbiome-centered approach to health and weight loss has helped thousands of patients reach their goal weight and feel better than ever. Groundbreaking evidence suggests that "altering gut bacteria may be an effective alternative to gastric bypass”, reveals Dr. Kellman.
magine a world of mind-over-matter, where a psychological snap of the fingers takes you into a parallel universe of perfect health and unlimited happiness. Sound like a video game? Or maybe a movie you saw a few years ago? Well, it is called “The Matrix,” but according to Dr. Raphael Kellman, it’s not fiction.
HOLISTIC PRIMARY CARE
Dr. Kellman is featured in the summer edition of Holistic Primary Care, based on his talk at this past March’s Functional Forum. Dr. Kellman discusses how to make clinical sense of the microbiome, the importance of watching B vitamin levels, CNS communication, assessing the microbiome, his view on the paleo diet, and more.
During my 26 years as a Physician of Integrative and Functional Medicine, I was one of the first doctors to recognize the profound importance of the microbiome and pioneered a new brand of medicine and healing called "Microbiome Medicine." Read on to find out more about what your gut is trying to tell you.
In the piece Dr. Kellman offers some tips for supporting our immune system during this time. When it comes to key nutrients, he notes: “A lot of people have nutrient deficiencies, it’s quite surprising, a lot people are deficient in zinc and vitamin D and even Selenium, and these are very crucial vitamins and minerals for a healthy immune system.”
Dr. Kellman sheds light on one symptom that might indicate you’re more tired than you realize (and that it’s not just lack of sleep): brain fog. For example, he explains how “forgetful moments can be a sign of an imbalanced microbiome,” and how the likely culprits are processed foods, antibiotics, sugar, and chemical fertilizers.
It’s common for doctors to treat visible symptoms like fatigue, weight gain, irregular menstrual cycles and insomnia without diagnosing the root cause of the problem. Physician Dr. Raphael Kellman, author of Microbiome Medicine, discusses this further with SheKnows.
There are things you can do to positively shift the balance of bacteria of your microbiome. Sporteluxe discusses The Microbiome Diet, developed by Dr. Kellman.
TASTE FOR LIFE
Does Your Gut Always Steer You Right? Dr. Kellman's The Whole Brain published in the Taste for Life.