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Human Milk Oligosaccharides stimulate Bifidobacteria

Human Milk Oligosaccharides stimulate Bifidobacteria that contribute to reduce the Risk of lower Respiratory Tract Illnesses

. HMOs may support immunity partly due to their effects on the gut microbiota during early life

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Clinical Interventions with HMOs in Infancy

, supplementing formula with 2´-FL or 2´-FL+LNnT affected infant immunity, reduced infection

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Preventing and Treating Malnutrition Outside the Hospital: Preliminary Considerations of Nutrition Care in Adults with COVID-19

Clinicians are navigating new territory when it comes to the effects of COVID-19 on nutrition status. This program focuses on effects of COVID-19 in non-hospitalized adults, including increased risk for malnutrition, nutrients that support immunity, and guidelines for treating and improving nutrition status. RDs and DTRs practicing in the US may log CPE activities under Activity Type 175 for up to three years from the original presentation date. This program is eligible for 1 CPEU

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Study identifies processes in the gut that drive fat build-up around the waist

in the body, but also immunity and inflammation. By analysing the faecal metabolome, we have been

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Social interactions may shape the microbial community of the human gut: Study

‘environment within’ can affect our body’s physiology, including our digestion, immunity, metabolism

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Microbiome maintenance: Good gut health could tackle COVID-19

their part in immunity and health,” he adds. “Microbiome diversity declines as you get older

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Gut microbiome regulates the intestinal immune system

on Tuesday, Dec. 18, in the journal Immunity. Microbiomes of mice and men The gut microbiome, Microbial Dysbiosis. Immunity, 2018; 49 (6) Links: https://www.sciencedaily.com

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Growth and Development in Early Life: Follow your Gut

on “Gut microbiota: the key to immunity and beyond”, written by Professor Lee Bee Wah, suggesting