Gut Microbiota

Microbiota is the good (and bad bacteria) in your gut. Every human being carries about 1-2kg of gut microbiota representing a number of cells far bigger than all our body cells together. Here we provide the latest science on the relation between nutrition, gut microbiome, immune system and human health.

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Feeding Children with Gastrointestinal Impairment

Feeding Children with Gastrointestinal Impairment

Co-Authored by 2 Experts
The future of HMOs moving to synbiotics as a way to optimize health benefits

The future of HMOs moving to synbiotics as a way to optimize health benefits

Co-Authored by 4 Experts
Navigating the Cow’s Milk Allergy Journey From Diagnosis to Nutritional Optimization.png

Navigating the Cow’s Milk Allergy Journey: From Diagnosis to Nutritional Optimization

Co-Authored by 4 Experts
The future of HMOs ESPGHAN 2024

The future of HMOs ESPGHAN 2024

Co-Authored by 3 Experts
Disorder of Gut-Brain Interaction: Insights, Causes and Management Teaser Image

Disorder of Gut-Brain Interaction: Insights, Causes and Management

Paving the way for synbiotic studies

Paving the way for synbiotic studies

Omar Delannoy-Bruno
When gut microbiome supports musculoskeletal health and development

When gut microbiome supports musculoskeletal health and development

Marie-Noëlle Horcajada
Complementing HMOs with strain specific probiotics in healthy term neonates: first results of a randomized trial

Complementing HMOs with strain specific probiotics in healthy term neonates: first results of a randomized trial

Jean-Charles Picaud
How early gut microbiome development impacts infant and toddler health

How early gut microbiome development impacts infant and toddler health

Tommi Vatanen
Annales 77.3 - Vitamin D: From Gestation to Adolescence in Health and Disease (publications)

Annales 80.2 - Prevention of allergies in the post-pandemic era

Co-Authored by 5 Experts
Enhancing the benefits of HMOs

Enhancing the Benefits of HMOs: Synergistic effects with Probiotics