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

Co-Authored by 4 Experts
The Nest 51: Navigating Nutrition in Preterm Births: Prevention and Support

The Nest 51: Navigating Nutrition in Preterm Births: Prevention and Support

Co-Authored by 6 Experts
HMOs and Gut Development:Latest Clinical Evidence

HMOs and Gut Development:​ Latest Clinical Evidence​

HMOs and Gut Microbiome Maturation Trajectory During Early Life

HMOs and Gut Development: Latest Clinical Evidence

HMOs and Gut Microbiome Maturation Trajectory During Early Life

HMOs and Gut Microbiome Maturation Trajectory During Early Life

HMOs in Breast Milk and Technologically Obtained HMOs, Where Do We Stand in 2023?

HMOs in Breast Milk and Technologically Obtained HMOs, Where Do We Stand in 2023?

HMOs Influencing the Infant Gut Microbiome Maturation in Early Life

HMOs Influencing the Infant Gut Microbiome Maturation in Early Life

HMOs and the Shaping of Microbiome Maturation: Review of Evidence and Clinical Implications

HMOs and the Shaping of Microbiome Maturation: Review of Evidence and Clinical Implications - Question & Answer

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Infant and Toddler Formulas Supplemented with 5 HMOs and Fed from Birth to 15 Months are Safe and Support Age-Appropriate Growth: A Randomized, Controlled Trial