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Gut Microbiota for Health by experts, for experts from medical & scientific communities. Brought to you by ESNM.eu
Gut Microbiota for Health by experts, for experts from medical & scientific communities. Brought to you by ESNM.eu

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A recent review has explored how specific dietary components and dietary patterns interact with the gut microbiome.
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A new cross-sectional study, led by Dr. Claire Steves from King’s College London (UK), has identified new fecal microbiota associations with 17 diseases and 19 prescription drugs
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Probiotics and rebamipide could be useful for addressing NSAID-induced small intestinal damage.
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[NEW POST] A study has found that healthy people at risk of Crohn’s disease exhibit a mucosa-associated microbiota dysbiosis with a lower abundance of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii
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[NEW POST] A new study sheds some light on the function of bacterially-produced tryptamine in the gut by showing that it increases colonic fluid secretion in mice through activation of serotonin receptor-4, thus accelerating gastrointestinal transit.
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[NEW POST] Prebiotics strengthen the hypoglycemic effects of metformin through the gut microbiota in mice
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[NEW VIDEO] How to have and maintain a healthy gut microbiota? Watch our interview with Dr. Gasbarrini during the 7th Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit in Rome
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[NEW POST] The gut microbiome along with the host transcriptome and metabolome interact to drive hepatic steatosis progression in non-diabetic obese women, according to a new study
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Probiotics may not be better than lactulose for hepatic encephalopathy, according to a study
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[NEW POST] Arterial stiffness is inversely correlated with gut microbiome diversity and the abundance of specific gut microorganisms in women, a new study finds
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