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With an engineering degree from MIT, Scott Sundvor is the founder of Nima Sensor, the world’s first consumer tech company built specifically to help people with food allergy and food health issues. Nima uses antibody-based chemistry to test samples of food for the proteins found in gluten or peanuts. Scott was named one of Forbes’ “30 under 30” for 2018.

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25 comments

Gail Van Der Walde 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

I had to stop eating a particular kind of lettuce because it was upsetting my stomach. I am Vegan since 3 years but some green leafy vegetable do not work for me. Ideally it is best if I blanch my leafy greens . Since removing these certain greens I feel so much better. I am just beginning to understand the micro biome and it’s fascinating. As life has it I work in the healthcare system since 30 years and I truly believe what you are saying. Thank you ❤️👍🙏

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Trading With Will 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Meat, it’s what’s rotting in your colon.

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Krish satya krishna 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Thank you very much sir.

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Carnivoria Astracast 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Had me right up until he said vegan. Animal protein makes isobutyrate.

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MJ 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

What home tests check for microbiome diversity?

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MJ 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

At 7:58 …bacterophages and ….What? Sounds like Helmets??

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Wes S 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Wonderful talk! I suffer from the same disease however I restored my microbiome with a plant based diet as well as juicing cabbage and wheat grass. These diseases are beatable!

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Hanh Tot 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

I love this movie.

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Jose Antonio Yepez 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Eating fermented products seems a bit less invasive

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Brandon sim 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

respect

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Barbara Aspengen 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Thanks for sharing your knowledge

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susy dyson 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

fascinating thank you

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Abhimanyu Mukherji 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Our forefathers ate a lot of meat, does this mean they had a poor microbiome too? Or does history tell us something else? Is it plant based diet or fibre rich diet. One is not the same as the other.

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Gary Cahn 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Is meat the problem or is it COOKED meat that is the problem ?

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Melisa Mitterwald 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Informative. I feel that adding links supporting your claims would make it easier for those who like to make choices based off research without having to locate the studies. I think it is important to support your claims in today's age with so many unqualified people making claims that are not substantiated by science. The essential amino acids you speak of that are found in meat are essential for important bodily functions. But, you are correct, as I located clinical studies supporting your claims regarding meat vs. plant protein. These amino acids are found in much lower amounts in plant based foods which mean much less inflammation. Interesting how a plant based diet was our initial diet designated by our Creator.

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SistaSunshine Smith 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

make it personal…We are carriers of God's Glory…be contagious = God's natural healing is in His word…plants = energy & health! Genesis

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Mien Trant 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

He talked too much abt himself with unnecessary detail. It just a journey of one person that probably don’t apply to many people.

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David D 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

You forgot to mention the probiotic fermented foods. Thank you!!!

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Terasa Uszacki 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Great info from someone who has walked the journey of gut micrbiome issues. Thanks.

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Andrey Zabarovskiy 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Brilliant! Thanks mate for potentially saving people from mainstream doctors!!!👍👍👍

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pbhello 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

he had me until he decided to blame meat as the cause of modern-day disease. Because meat must be new to our diet??

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Stefcui 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

The subject of animal protein, cysteine and methionine, causing the gut lining to break down appears to be strongly refuted by others, which makes this somewhat confusing. I would expect that it is true in some instances, but not true in others. There are a myriad of simultaneous conditions that can exist in the gut that might predispose the gut lining to break down once too much sulfur is produced, but the reason for this could be manifold. It could be a result of an already underpopulated microbiome, or it could just as easily be due to other conditions that exist. It's not so easy to say for certain about cysteine and methionine, especially as they are two primary acids found in mother's milk.

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spriha sanghai 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Sir I am vegetarian but though I am facing this problem I am just 15 years old but I hope I might try out to cure my self

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Suzanne Warburton 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Not that I am against vegetarians or vegans but Scott please look up the vitamin k2 connection. The studies you were looking at did not differentiate between factory farmed meat and grass fed meat. Grass fed meat still have their microbiomes and not completely antibioticed up.

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ekstrajohn 10/09/2021 - 6:18 PM

Ignoring the fact that this presenter pulled all the cliches straight out of Silicon Valley (which was lol), this is an amazingly important topic. I've gradually changed my diet 2 years ago to fix my microbiome and have fixed a bunch of things including anxiety and hypochondria, weight gain, insomnia, foggy mind, alergies, and I just feel generally better. The soul is in the gut !

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