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A public information service from the European Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility.
A public information service from the European Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility.

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[NEW POST] Fermented foods, like yogurt, traditionally present for centuries in our diets, help us stay healthy. How? Taking care of our gut microbiota that, in return, take good care of us.
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[NEW VIDEO] Bacteria Rule Over Your Body – How? Find it out with this original story produced by +Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
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A new set of practice guidelines on diet and the gut set out by the World Gastroenterology Organization (WGO) are aimed at collating the current evidence on dietary interventions as a means of managing gastrointestinal conditions.
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[NEW POST] Gut microbiota has been linked to various organs and functions as well as to brain development, at least in mice, explain Kristina Campbell and Paul Enck in “Psychobiotics” And The Science Of How Gut Bacteria Can Affect The Human Brain.
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[NEW POST] Assessing the hopes, the promises and also the threats of gut microbiota research.
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[NEW VIDEO] Did you know there are over 1,000 different kinds of bacteria and other microorganisms living in your body? Watch this!
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The role of dietitians is key in translating scientific evidence about gut health into practice, as Andrea Hardy explains in the second part of this interview, recorded during the 7th Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit 2018.
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This online educational lesson on TED-ed by Dr. Shilpa Ravella teaches us which foods we can eat, which to avoid, how to cook them and how to promote good bacteria in our bodies.
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[NEW POST] A new study provides compelling evidence that exercise can induce changes in gut microbiota composition independent of diet
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+BBC Radio 4 has devoted three episodes, 30-minutes each, to the human microbiome, which it calls the “strange invisible world of our non-human selves”
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