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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Annales 78.2 - Gut Microbiota: No Longer the Forgotten Organ

While the gut microbiota was once called “the forgotten organ”, it is no longer forgotten. On the contrary, it is a hot…

129 min read Professor Hania Szajewska, Dr. Andrew Prentice, R. Shamir
A Healthy gut microbiota is build in childhood
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Development of a Healthy Gut Microbiota begin in Childhood

The importance of an age-appropriate gut microbiota development in early life is increasingly recognized as an important…

Carina Venter talk
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How do Maternal Diet and Infant Complementary Feeding influence Food Allergy

Dr Carina Venter discussed the importance of diet diversity (including food allergen diversity) with early introduction…

Dr. Carina Venter
Pediatric Allergy & Asthma Meeting (PAAM) 2019
Pediatric Allergy & Asthma Meeting (PAAM) Digital 2021
Kari Nadeau talk
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What do existing Food Allergy Prevention Studies tell us? What does the future hold?

Professor Kari Nadeau outlined existing and new evidence supporting early and regular introduction of diverse food…

Prof Kari Nadeau
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The Influence of FUT2 and FUT3 Polymorphisms and Nasopharyngeal Microbiome on Respiratory Infections in Breastfed Bangladeshi Infants from the Microbiota and Health Study

Acute respiratory infections (ARI) are one of the most common causes of morbidity and mortality in young children. By…

67 min read Aristea Binia (Switzerland)
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Update: Allergies and the intestinal microbiome

It has become increasingly more evident during Covid-19 pandemic times that nutrition plays a significant role for the…

67 min read
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Nurturing the Early Life Gut Microbiome and Immune Maturation for Long Term Health

Early life is characterized by development, including microbiome and immune maturation, with age-appropriate transitions…

111 min read Shaillay Kumar Dogra, Kwong Chung Cheong, Dantong Wang,
Functional insights in HMOs, Key early life bioactives
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Functional Insights in HMOs, Key early Life Bioactives

Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMOs) are indigestible bioactive components of breastmilk. HMOs drive gut barrier and…

Hanne Tytgat