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

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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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Effects of an Extensively Hydrolyzed Formula Supplemented with Two Human Milk Oligosaccharides on Growth, Tolerability, Safety and Infection Risk in Infants with Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy: A Randomized, Multi-Center Trial

Co-Authored by 12 Experts
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HMOs and gut development: What is the current evidence?

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Human Milk Oligosaccharide-Stimulated Bifidobacterium Species Contribute to Prevent Later Respiratory Tract Infections

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Exploring human milk oligosaccharides as a method of COVID-19 prevention

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Biology of human milk oligosaccharides: From basic science to clinical evidence

Co-Authored by 5 Experts
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Gut Microbiota: No longer the forgotten organ

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The toddler and preschool years: Foundations for lifelong health

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Annales 78.2 - Gut Microbiota: No Longer the Forgotten Organ

Co-Authored by 3 Experts