#51: Tine Jørgensen – All about the Gut Microbiome and the Good Bacteria in our bodies
This week, I’m really excited about the interview with Tine Jørgensen.
Tine is a Master of Science (MSc) in Clinical Nutrition.
I was happy to have this conversation with her as it gave me clarity on topics like gut health and maintaining a healthy gut microbiome. Tine shared a lot of insights on Probiotics, and break down on how they work as well as what they do for our bodies.
In our conversation, Tine talked about the major reason that got her interested in studying the gut microbiome, how she has overseen intestinal cancer being reversed and her current applied techniques for various gastrointestinal problems.
At the end of the episode, Tine shares a bit of mindful parting advice for having a happy, healthy, and meaningful life, which when summarized are meditation, a healthy diet, and laughter as much as you can.
Tine continues to cultivate this passion and is motivated by disseminating and practicing her knowledge in health, clinical nutrition, and disease prevention – both in consultations and courses with clients, companies, written dissemination, lectures and teaching.
Tine has focused much of her work on gastrointestinal disorders and the health of the gastrointestinal system in relation to nutrition and other lifestyle parameters.
Tine has more than 5 years of experience in the use of various nutrition-related laboratory analyzes, which she has also advised and taught health professionals in the use of. In addition, she has several years of experience in communicating and teaching nutrition and health to both laypeople and health professionals.
Essential to Tine’s work is the belief that diet, targeted nutrition, environment and other lifestyle factors are essential elements for optimal health. Her core values and advice are based on a scientific, research-based, quality-oriented, and empathic foundation. Her mission is to help the individual navigate the path to their individual, greatest health potential.
0:30 Introduction to Tine
1:28 Being a Master in Clinical Nutrition
2:25 Tine’s exposure to gut health and microbiome
6:50 What are Probiotics and Why they are important?
9:45 Taking a poop test
10:30 What are CoreBiotics and how to know if those are beneficial for you
14:42 Methods for finding the best Probiotics for you
17:30 When is a poop test beneficial?
28:50 Tine’s opinion on Probiotics cycling
21:50 How to choose your Probiotics
23:30 Do we need to take Probiotics before food?
27:15 The different type of cases Tine works with
29:20 Where to find out more about Tine’s work
30:45 How to find a good practitioner for Probiotics
32:00 Tine’s advice for living a happy, healthy and meaningful life
34:04 Tine’s meditation routine
Connect with Tine Jørgensen
The Institute for Functional Medicine https://www.ifm.org/
Awareness Explorations Guided Meditations https://www.awarenessexplorers.com/meditations
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- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/madsmfriis/
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