2016: Gut Dysbiosis #1: Prototypes and Patterns

Dr Vasquez's "functional inflammology protocol", famously recalled by the FINDSEX ® acronym, is reviewed in this presentation for its application to the three general types of inflammatory diseases/responses: 1) metabolic inflammation, including glial activation and emphasizing the component of mitochondrial dysfunction, 2) allergic inflammation, including asthma and eczema, and 3) autoimmune inflammation, including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, and the many other conditions that Dr Vasquez has detailed in his Integrative Rheumatology textbook starting in 2006. Important publications include: 

  1. Textbook: Inflammation Mastery 4th Edition: includes the dysbiosis monograph, listed following

  2. Monograph: Human Microbiome and Dysbiosis in Clinical Disease, volume 1: Full-Color Version: createspace.com/5518130 with Discount Code: Q4QKVJBX.  Again, note that this entire monograph is included within Inflammation Mastery 4th Edition and also Textbook of Clinical Nutrition and Functional Medicine, volume 1, which is also now available as a digital ebook, readable on smartphones, iPad, and computers via the free Kindle platform. 

  3. Upcoming: 2016 Human Microbiome and Dysbiosis in Clinical Disease, volume 2: pending, will include all new slides over 2015-2016. 

  4. ArticleTranslating Microbiome (Microbiota) and Dysbiosis Research into Clinical Practice. Int J Hum Nutr Funct Med 2015

  5. ArticleNutritional and Botanical Treatments Against “Silent Infections” and Gastrointestinal Dysbiosis, Commonly Overlooked Causes of Neuromusculoskeletal Inflammation and Chronic Health Problems. Nutr Perspectives 2006

Dr Vasquez discusses the major patterns of gut dysbiosis