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14 November 2016 - Nutraingredients - Migraine sufferers show differences in makeup of oral microbiome

Date: 14/11/2016

Could migraines be triggered by what's going on in the mouths of susceptible people? A recent study suggests that the makeup of the oral microbiome could play a role in bringing on the headaches that can debilitate migraine sufferers.






02 August 2016 - Nutraingredients - Two-way gut-brain axis links mood disorders with gut complaints

Date: 02/08/2016

A brain-to-gut pathway, where neurological symptoms begin first, may explain why higher levels of anxiety and depression are predictors of developing gastrointestinal disorders, a study has determined.


07 July 2016 - Nutraingredients - Scientists connect gut microbiota disruption with multiple sclerosis onset

Date: 07/07/2016

Gastro dysbiosis has been implicated in the development of multiple sclerosis (MS) as a study continues to lay bare the gut microbiota’s influence on a range of chronic conditions.


04 July 2016 - Nutraingredients - Prebiotics & probiotics may ease gut-centric chronic fatigue syndrome: Study

Date: 04/07/2016

Signs of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) have been found in the gut bacteria in research conducted at Cornell University, which questions whether the disease originates in the brain.


21 June 2016 - Nutraingredients - Loss of diverse gut bacterium may cause autistic behaviours

Date: 21/06/2016

This study entertains the possibility that probiotic treatment can be beneficial in ‘restoring’ certain behaviours in autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions.




05 May 2016 - MNT - Schizophrenia, bipolar tied to yeast infection

Date: 05/05/2016

A current or previous infection with Candida albicans appears to be more common in some people with mental illness than people without the condition.


12 April 2016 - Nutraingredients - Mind the fibre gap: The case of the vanishing gut microbiome

Date: 12/04/2016

Increasing dietary fibre intake may be the best way to regain the microbial biodiversity that has been impaired by the western diet, according to researchers.


13 Jan 2016 - ScienceMag - Your poor diet might hurt your grandchildren's guts

Date: 13/01/2016

Modern, western-type diets can damage not only the health and variety of your gut bacteria, but those of our children and grandchildren too.



10 June 2015 - MNT - GI content of diet may influence autism symptoms

Date: 10/06/2015

Dietary glycemic index is often monitored closely by people with diabetes, but could it be relevant in other areas of health? A new mouse study suggests that dietary glycemic index could have a significant impact on autism spectrum disorder symptoms.


13 May 2015 - ScienceDaily - The infant gut microbiome: New studies on its origins and how it's knocked out of balance

Date: 13/05/2015

A fecal sample analysis of 98 Swedish infants over the first year of life found a connection between the development of a child's gut microbiome and the way he or she is delivered. Babies born via C-section had gut bacteria that showed significantly less resemblance to their mothers compared to those that were delivered vaginally.


11 May 2015 - BBC Radio 4 - Gut microbes important for dietary health

Date: 11/05/2015

Modern diets of highly processed and limited varieties of ingredients – in particular fast foods – are thought to be killing off some species of gut bacteria that keep us healthy.


04 May 2015 - Eurekalert - Nanoparticles in consumer products can significantly alter normal gut microbiome

Date: 04/05/2015

Exposure of a model human colon to metal oxide nanoparticles, at levels that could be present in foods, consumer goods, or treated drinking water, led to multiple, measurable differences in the normal microbial community that inhabits the human gut.


Early Exposure to Antibiotics Linked With Obesity

Date: 28/04/2015

Antibiotic exposure early in life is strongly linked with an increased risk of childhood obesity, according to results from a large, retrospective, longitudinal cohort study.