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E' uscito il nuovo LIBRO “MICROBIOME Mon Amour” - All about the "good" microbes that live on you, in you and around you By +DIANA YEDID​ con la gentilissima partecipazione di +MAURO MICELI​ e Silvia Mannini prenotalo da CAVINATO EDITORE INTERNATIONAL +CRISTIAN CAVINATO

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FERTILITYBIOME I TEST PER LEI&LUI "PER PREPARARSI AL CONCEPIMENTO" ANALISI MOLECOLARI PER UNA MEDICINA PERSONALIZZATA. La fertilità incomincia dalla salute dell'itestino.

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Recent advances in research have described the importance of gut microbiota in influencing interactions between the central and the enteric nervous systems.

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Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit 2018 +Gut Microbiota for Health
This 2018 edition of the Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit is just a few weeks away. Check out our Early Bird fees & register now!

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RAFFREDDORE e MAL DI GOLA ti fanno spesso compagnia? La causa potrebbe essere un'ALTERATA FLORA INTESTINALE. Scopri come i FERMENTI LATTICI possono aiutarti a ritrovare l'equilibrio... non solo per il tuo intestino!

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Microbiota e microbioma: quali sono le differenze? - Microbiota e microbioma sono due termini spesso usati come sinonimi. Ma non lo sono. Nella maggior parte dei casi questo utilizzo “intercambiabile” non compromette la comprensione del testo, tuttavia è importante riflettere sulla profonda differenza di significato tra le due parole.

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Early life microbiota-host interaction https://t.co/vys1wGXJEy

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FertilityBIOME - I Test per la Fertilità di LEI&Lui dal BENESSERE DELL'INTESTINO

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PATHOGENESIS
http://immunothrive.com/leaky-gut/
Many diseases are attributed to problems that begin in the digestive system. Digestion is the process whereby our body converts the energy from our food sources to an energy source that we can utilize. Food goes through hundreds of enzymatic reactions to get to the endpoint of energy (ATP) for use. If there is a break down in the process at any step, then illness or disease can result. Gastric acid and pancreatic enzymes aid in the digestive process and help maintain the integrity of the digestive system and aid in the absorption of nutrients from our foods through the intestinal barrier which is the gateway between the outside environment and inside the body. The intestinal epithelial cells are a one cell thick lining that the intestines utilizes to control what is allowed to enter the body from the outside environment by maintaining a “tight junction” between these cells, allowing only nutrients in that are meant to be used by the body and keeping out harmful macromolecules and bacteria. Leaky Gut Syndrome can best be described as an increased permeability of the tight junctions that somehow has lost some of its regulatory control allowing large particles that were once forbidden from entry to now enter the body due to damage of the mucosa. This “leakiness” can be a result of alcohol consumption, NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory) use, viral, bacterial, yeast, and protozoan infections, and even failure to maintain the proper gastric pH or in producing sufficient pancreatic enzymes.1(425) Chronic oxidative stress, poor quality foods, and cytotoxic drugs will produce reactive oxygen species (ROS) which will also contribute to increasing intestinal permeability.1(425)
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