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12 November 2019 - Medscape - Vaginal Birth and Breastfeeding Linked to Less Allergy

Date: 12/11/2019

"Pregnant women - especially those with allergies - should be aware that their diet during pregnancy can affect their child's chances of developing eczema and/or food allergies."


11 November 2019 - MedicalXpress - What do we know about the gut microbiota in Parkinson's disease?

Date: 11/11/2019

Review: "Further research is still required to increase our understanding of the possible role of gut microbiota in Parkinson's Disease. It is important to emphasize that no microbiota-based treatment for PD exists to date."


An Autoimmune Reaction to Gluten May Cause Childhood Anxiety

Date: 05/11/2019

New research links markers for celiac disease with anxiety in children.


Common Drugs Affect Composition, Function of the Gut Microbiome

Date: 04/11/2019

Proton-pump inhibitors, metformin and several other commonly used drugs markedly alter the taxonomic structure and metabolic function as well as antibiotic-resistance genes in the gut microbiome.


1 November 2019 - Nutraingredients - Melancholic microbiome? EU-backed project publishes recommendations for diet and mood

Date: 01/11/2019

People with depression or vulnerability to depression should be encouraged to eat plant-based diets with higher levels of grains, fibres and fish, according to new recommendations published by the MyNetGut consortium.


24 October 2019 - MedicalXpress - Where the sun doesn't shine? Skin UV exposure reflected in poop

Date: 24/10/2019

The sun can indeed shine out of your backside, suggests research. Not because you're self-absorbed, but because you've absorbed gut-altering UV radiation.


10 October 2019 - The Conversation - Gut microbes can be picky eaters – here’s why it matters

Date: 10/10/2019

While we know that people who eat a greater number of different plant-based foods have more diverse, healthier microbiomes, less is known about exactly which bacteria prefer which foods.


Gut bacteria is key factor in childhood obesity

Date: 02/10/2019

Gut bacteria and its interactions with immune cells and metabolic organs, including fat tissue, play a key role in childhood obesity.


Microbiome profiling: Study uncovers ‘comprehensive’ list of organisms that make a healthy gut

Date: 27/09/2019

There are 157 organisms that form the 'baseline biome' of a healthy human gut, according to new research.


How gut bacteria negatively influences blood sugar levels

Date: 16/09/2019

Millions of people around the world experience serious blood sugar problems which can cause diabetes, but a world first study is revealing how gut bacteria impact the normally feel good hormone serotonin to negatively influence blood sugar levels.


Do Nutrient Supplements Have Any Effect on Mental Disorders? World's largest review of the evidence

Date: 10/09/2019

A growing number of studies have examined the benefits of nutrient supplementation in people with mental disorders. But which supplements have been proven to work - and for which disorders?


World's largest evidence review: Nutritional supplements for mental health

Date: 09/09/2019

There is now a vast body of research examining the benefit of nutrient supplementation in people with mental disorders.


5 September 2019 - Science Daily - Gut bacteria may be linked to high blood pressure and depression

Date: 05/09/2019

A study of the gut microbiome suggests that high blood pressure with depression may be a completely different disease than high blood pressure without depression. The gut may be targeted someday to prevent, diagnose and selectively treat different forms of high blood pressure with or without depression.


3 September 2019 - MedicalXpress - Diet's effect on gut bacteria could play role in reducing Alzheimer's risk

Date: 03/09/2019

Following a certain type of diet could affect the gut microbiome in ways that decrease the risk of Alzheimer's disease - new study.


28 August 2019 - The Conversation - Why a glass of red wine is good for your gut

Date: 28/08/2019

Kings College team state: "Our new research also adds support to the idea that a small glass of red wine a day might actually be beneficial to your health – specifically to your gut bacteria."


23 August 2019 - MedicalXpress - Probiotic helps breast-fed babies beat antibiotic-resistant germs, study says

Date: 23/08/2019

It's possible to dramatically reduce the number of antibiotic-resistant germs in breast-fed newborns' intestines by giving them a daily dose of probiotic for just three weeks during their first month of life.


20 August 2019 - Nutraingredients - Micronutrients affect gut bacteria associated with ADHD in small but promising study

Date: 20/08/2019

Children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) who took micronutrients had lower levels of a bacteria linked to the psychological disorder, and a healthier range of bugs in their gut overall, new research shows.


13 August 2019 - MedicalXpress - New study links high-fat diet and gut bacteria to insulin resistance

Date: 13/08/2019

Research reveals how our choice of diet can weaken our gut immune system and lead to the development of diabetes.


‘Intriguing’: Prebiotics may protect against detrimental effects of early life stress

Date: 06/08/2019

Early life stress, such as maternal separation, may cause long-term alterations to brain neurochemistry and the gut microbiome. The potential is there to modulate these detrimental effects using interventions such as prebiotics.


26 July 2019 - Science Codex - Mouse model supports importance of fatty acid balance in chronic disease

Date: 26/07/2019

Study suggests that it is the ratio of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, rather than the total amount of them, that influences risk of developing chronic disease.