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
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Infant and Toddler Formulas Supplemented with 5 HMOs and Fed From Birth to 15 Months Modulate the Gut Microbiome Trajectory Towards That of Breastfed Infants

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Early Life Gut Microbiome Development in Bangladeshi Infants, Its Association with Food Intake and Health Outcomes

European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) 2023

Co-Authored by 3 Experts
Intersections of Nutrition: Retracing Yesterday, Redefining Tomorrow

NNIW97 - Intersections of Nutrition: Retracing Yesterday, Redefining Tomorrow

Personalized Nutrition: The role of genetics, microbiome and digitalization

Personalized Nutrition: The role of genetics, microbiome and digitalization

Giles Major
Diet-microbiome interactions in pediatric gastrointestinal disease

Diet-microbiome interactions in pediatric gastrointestinal disease

Konstantinos Gerasimidis
Human Milk Oligosaccharides: Impact On Infant Gut Microbiome And Health

Human Milk Oligosaccharides: Impact On Infant Gut Microbiome And Health

Martin Laursen
Nutrition And Early Life Immune Health

Nutrition And Early Life Immune Health

Caroline Childs