Welcome to The Gut Club!

The Gut Club welcomes you as we learn and share information about intestinal health as driver of general health. This website is devoted to members of The Gut Club to create awareness about the importance of the gut to overall health. This includes mental and emotional health known as the gut-brain connection.

Our intent is to share information as a community to provide support in the treatment and prevention of illness. There is so much to learn, so please become a member and let’s begin our journey together.

Membership is FREE.

Membership is required to participate in the forums, core activity of The Gut Club. It’s about learning and sharing as a community of gut enthusiasts, people interested in prevention and longevity and people in need of support for themselves and as caregivers.

Our headline image, Ileum Skyline, is the inner lining of the small intestine, about 1/8″ high. On the other side is another 1/8″ and together this is the most important 1/4″ of the body; internal and external environmental issue of the highest order. It’s here where nutrients are absorbed or malabsorbed. And here where microbes maintain the lining and interact with the host immune system, a reciprocal relationship. We’re in this together.

 

 

This website is for information purposes only. By providing information we are not diagnosing, treating, curing, mitigating or preventing any type of disease or medical condition. Before beginning any type of natural, integrative or conventional treatment regimen, it is advisable to seek the advice of a licensed healthcare professional.
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Author: Keith Bell

Keith Bell is a citizen scientist particularly interested in gut-brain connection including gut origin of seizure, underdiagnosed in epilepsy. Published articles include topics such as microbial predisposition, fetal colonization, microbe translocation and vaccine safety. He’s founder of Sanitation Circle and 25 year veteran of the recycling industry with interest in sanitation and health. During the 1980s, he was a UNICEF radio spokesperson in Chicago for annual release of State of the World’s Children Report. He believes “Sanitation is Sanity” and that microbial balance is an internal and external environmental issue of the highest order. Keith founded The Gut Club in 2016 to create awareness about the importance of intestinal health to general health and provide support for treatment and prevention of metabolic disease.