A baby's gut health STARTS EARLY
- you can make a difference!
Helping health professionals and parents
understand the science of the infant microbiome -
why pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding
really matters to a child's long-term health.
✅ Take our free 30 mins mini-course
✅ Learn from 6 top University professors.
✅ Immediate access - start learning today.
➡️ Link to enroll: >>> https://microbirth.teachable.com/p/taster/
What courses do we offer?
“I'm overwhelmed with gratitude for Toni's free courses.
The passion is palpable and the science makes sense. My background is hospital-based, and this research is not taught. My private practice is enriched having discovered the Microbiome courses. Plus, the presentations are fun and captivating! They stick with you! I never pass them up!”
Kristan Zylka, BSN, RNC-OB, IBCLC, Oh Eve Motherhood Lactation Education and Consulting.
“Wow. I learned so many more amazing things about
The best thing about the course is that it is easy to follow, and
has so many experts featured.
There is just enough reiteration of previous
modules to reinforce the learning.
The course gave me a deeper
understanding about why each mother's breastmilk is the food designed for her
baby, and a reminder that formula will never compare no matter what they add to
Postpartum doula /trainer and mentor for 25 + years.
Want to learn the science of birth and breastfeeding
from top professors and scientists?
Microbiome Courses are:
➡️ Evidence-based courses
➡️ Full length courses are CPD / CE approved
➡️ Easy-to-understand and easy-to-understand
➡️ Go-at-your-pace with 24/7 access
No pressure, no overwhelm & no guilt!
What is the human microbiome?
1. About the human microbiome
Human beings are made up of trillions of human cells and trillions of microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi etc)
The microorganisms that live on and in us are called the human microbiome.
2. About vaginal birth
Scientists have discovered that during vaginal birth, the baby acquires beneficial microorganisms from the mother. These beneficial microorganisms help seed the infant gut microbiome.
3. About breastfeeding
These beneficial microorganisms in the baby's gut are then fed by the special sugars in breast milk.
4. About infant immune system training
This ensures the right beneficial microrganisms are present in the infant gut to optimally train the infant immune system.
= Vaginal birth + breastfeeding
➡️ "Seed and feed"
➡️ This helps protect a baby's long-term health
"If we miss the window at birth then the immune system never matures correctly.
If you upset this process in early life then we may have consequences later and that can lead to production of disease later in life."
- Prof. Rodney Dietert, Professor Emeritus of Immunotoxicology, Cornell University (one of the professors featured in our courses!)
Ready to learn from top University professors?
LEARN FROM TOP PROFESSORS & EXPERTS
In our courses, you will be learning from:
Professor Martin Blaser - Director of the Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
Professor Maria Gloria Dominguez Bello - Henry Rutgers Professor of Microbiome and Health
Professor Rodney Dietert - Professor Emeritus, Immunotoxicology, Cornell University
Professor Gregor Reid - Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Western University, and Scientist in Human Microbiome and Probiotics at the Lawson Health Research Institute
Professor Sue Carter - Director of The Kinsey Institute and Rudy Professor of Biology at Indiana University.
Professor Aleeca Bell - Associate Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
Professor Anita Kozrskyj - Professor of Pediatrics, University of Alberta
Professor Philip Steer - Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics, Imperial College London
Professor Hannah Dahlen - Professor of Midwifery, University of Western Sydney
Professor Jacquelyn Taylor - Professor of Nursing and Director of the Center for Research on People of Color at Columbia University School of Nursing.
Professor Lesley Page - Visiting Professor of Midwifery, Kings College London
Professor Lars Bode - Professor of Pediatrics, University of California, San Diego
Professor Meghan Azad - Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Child Health at the University of Manitoba, Canada.
Professor Bruce German - Professor, Department of Food Science and Technology, University of California, Davis
Professor David Mills - Professor in the Departments of Food Science & Technology and Viticulture & Enology at the University of California, Davis
Want to learn about the infant microbiome - FAST?
✅Take our free 30 mins mini-course!
✅Learn the science from 6 top University professors.
➡️Link to enroll: >>> https://microbirth.teachable.com/p/taster/
You can contact us via Microbirth website: https://microbirth.com/contact-us/
You can reach our school home page via any of these links:
Microbiome Courses: microbiomecourses.com
Microbiome Academy: microbiomeacademy.com
Microbiome Courses: https://microbirth.teachable.com