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Boost your Microbial Diversity


63 per unit - Virtual OK - Posted Mar 17, 2017

Microbial Diversity is very important to terrestrial health, especially humans!
I can give you a general description on the microbiome relating to human health and diversity, as well as some specific foods or recipes that help boost microbial diversity. This is much different from the pure probiotic perspective, and can be maintained in a much more natural lifestyle.

Training & Qualifications

Research Associate who studies Microbial genetics, personal interest in Nutrition, Microbiome, Natural Environments, and Diversity!

Will provide scientific references to allow you to get more acquainted with scientific literature.

Availability & Preferences

Nights and Weekends

Trading Preference: I’m flexible, just hit me up!


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About Marissa Saltzman

My path has journeyed through the study of the human infectious disease, Melioidosis, which has taken me from Northern Arizona to the Hawaiian Islands. Researching genetic virulence dependent proteins... to identify an early diagnostic test for Melioidosis, caused by the bacterium Burkholderia pseudomallei. This brought me to travel to Thailand and see where the disease can be endemic, and infect rice farmers. I discovered my love for the world and everything natural in it. My interest in Protein Research brought me back to the Sonoran Desert, my birthplace, to the Collaborative Center for Translational Mass Spectrometry at the Translational Genomics Research Institute. We utilize mass spectrometry coupled with novel enzymatic digestive techniques to discover and validate potential disease markers in biological samples. Diseases of interest include, Ventilator Associated Pneumonia, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Pancreatic Cancer, and many more. In the future, I would like to integrate more into fields such as Microbiome, Metabolism function and dysfunction, Holistic Medicine, Plant Science, and Environmental Health. The small amount of world travel that I have done has broadened but deepened my interest and dedication to overall health and happiness for myself, my planet, and for my fellow habitants of this planet. show more

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