Lucy Mailing (NextGen Medicine) is creating articles about gut and skin health, the microbiome, & nutrition
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patrons

Welcome to my Patreon account!

My mission is to provide helpful, unbiased, evidence-based information on gut and skin health, the microbiome, nutrition, and exercise science in a way that empowers people to optimize their own health. Currently, I do this primarily through writing blog articles on my website, www.NGmedicine.com.

Many people have asked me how long it takes me to create a blog post. The honest answer is anywhere between 15 and 50 hours, depending on how deep I get into the literature, and how long it takes me to distill it into something that is understandable and actionable for the average person. That’s a lot of time, for something that doesn’t provide me any income!

The crowdfunding I receive through Patreon will help me to:
  • Commit more time to keep up-to-date with the latest scientific literature and increase the frequency of content production on my blog
  • Improve the production quality of the content I produce
  • Gradually allow me to expand to other media forms, such as podcasting or YouTube

I am incredibly grateful for how much my audience has grown in the past year and a half. I truly love producing such unique content and hearing how much it has helped so many of you. If you have the means, I’d love it if you would support the growth of my community.

Yours in health,
Lucy

P.S. If you’re not familiar with me, here’s a few examples of the type of content I produce:

This 60-page guide I created has over 200 references and serves as a comprehensive, integrative guide to gut and skin health: www.ngmedicine.com/guide

  


This article includes a discussion of the controversy surrounding soil-based organisms, a summary of the research, and an extensive independent analysis of soil-based probiotic products to determine which brands and formulations are best. 



I plan to do similar analyses of other types of probiotics in the future, and my crowdfunding will help support this!


This article is a comprehensive guide to small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, or SIBO, including what causes it, symptoms, and testing and treatment options.



I'd really like to eventually have similar articles for ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, GERD, irritable bowel syndrome, rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis. 


I also write articles that break down the latest advances in microbiome research. For instance,  this article was written in the wake of two new articles published in the journal Cell.



I come across many studies every day and would like to increase the frequency of these types of articles. 


Lastly, I write articles that pertain to my PhD research at the University of Illinois, where I study the effects of diet and exercise on the gut microbiome.



Tiers
Minimalist
$1 or more per month

You have my eternal gratitude for your support! Every little bit helps. 

Patron
$5 or more per month
  • Recognition on a special "thank you" page on my website
Loyal fan
$15 or more per month
  • Recognition on a special "thank you" page on my website
  • Exclusive access to my quarterly "ask me anything" series
Awesome fan
$20 or more per month
  • Recognition on a special "thank you" page on my website
  • Exclusive access to my quarterly "ask me anything" series
  • Suggest topics for new blog articles and I'll do my best to make it happen!
Super Fan
$100 or more per month
  • Recognition on a special "thank you" page on my website
  • Exclusive access to my quarterly "ask me anything" series
  • Suggest topics for new blog articles and I'll do my best to make it happen!
  • Participate in a monthly Google Hangout with me
Goals
11 of 100 patrons
This patron community will help me to build NextGen Medicine into a top resource for anything related to the gut microbiome, nutrition, and health!
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Welcome to my Patreon account!

My mission is to provide helpful, unbiased, evidence-based information on gut and skin health, the microbiome, nutrition, and exercise science in a way that empowers people to optimize their own health. Currently, I do this primarily through writing blog articles on my website, www.NGmedicine.com.

Many people have asked me how long it takes me to create a blog post. The honest answer is anywhere between 15 and 50 hours, depending on how deep I get into the literature, and how long it takes me to distill it into something that is understandable and actionable for the average person. That’s a lot of time, for something that doesn’t provide me any income!

The crowdfunding I receive through Patreon will help me to:
  • Commit more time to keep up-to-date with the latest scientific literature and increase the frequency of content production on my blog
  • Improve the production quality of the content I produce
  • Gradually allow me to expand to other media forms, such as podcasting or YouTube

I am incredibly grateful for how much my audience has grown in the past year and a half. I truly love producing such unique content and hearing how much it has helped so many of you. If you have the means, I’d love it if you would support the growth of my community.

Yours in health,
Lucy

P.S. If you’re not familiar with me, here’s a few examples of the type of content I produce:

This 60-page guide I created has over 200 references and serves as a comprehensive, integrative guide to gut and skin health: www.ngmedicine.com/guide

  


This article includes a discussion of the controversy surrounding soil-based organisms, a summary of the research, and an extensive independent analysis of soil-based probiotic products to determine which brands and formulations are best. 



I plan to do similar analyses of other types of probiotics in the future, and my crowdfunding will help support this!


This article is a comprehensive guide to small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, or SIBO, including what causes it, symptoms, and testing and treatment options.



I'd really like to eventually have similar articles for ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, GERD, irritable bowel syndrome, rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis. 


I also write articles that break down the latest advances in microbiome research. For instance,  this article was written in the wake of two new articles published in the journal Cell.



I come across many studies every day and would like to increase the frequency of these types of articles. 


Lastly, I write articles that pertain to my PhD research at the University of Illinois, where I study the effects of diet and exercise on the gut microbiome.



Recent posts by Lucy Mailing (NextGen Medicine)

Tiers
Minimalist
$1 or more per month

You have my eternal gratitude for your support! Every little bit helps. 

Patron
$5 or more per month
  • Recognition on a special "thank you" page on my website
Loyal fan
$15 or more per month
  • Recognition on a special "thank you" page on my website
  • Exclusive access to my quarterly "ask me anything" series
Awesome fan
$20 or more per month
  • Recognition on a special "thank you" page on my website
  • Exclusive access to my quarterly "ask me anything" series
  • Suggest topics for new blog articles and I'll do my best to make it happen!
Super Fan
$100 or more per month
  • Recognition on a special "thank you" page on my website
  • Exclusive access to my quarterly "ask me anything" series
  • Suggest topics for new blog articles and I'll do my best to make it happen!
  • Participate in a monthly Google Hangout with me