The scientific literature shows that partial sleep deprivation may change the microbiota, while jet lag and shift work can also produce dysbiosis, which in turn can promote obesity and glucose intolerance. So, can we use probiotics, prebiotics and other microbiome modulators to improve sleep?
What are the links between the microbiota, the microbiome and our circadian rhythms? How is this being studied? Where are the key knowledge gaps? What are the mechanisms? Are there intervention studies showing how prebiotics or probiotics may improve sleep?
An upcoming FREE webinar hosted by NutraIngredients-USA will explore these questions and more.
The webinar will take place on Thursday, December 9 at 12pm Eastern/ 9am Pacific, and attendees will have the opportunity to ask a burning question about this topic in advance by submitting the question when they register.
For more information and to register, please click HERE.
Our expert speakers include:
Monika Fleshner, PhD, Professor of Integrative Physiology, University of Colorado
Simone Pyle, PhD, Science and Technology Manager - Gut microbiome, Unilever
Joe Alcock, MD, Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of New Mexico
The event is sponsored by:
EpiCor/ Cargill - EpiCor fermentate is a first-of-its-kind postbiotic ingredient that taps the natural power of fermentation to deliver the robust immune support benefits consumers crave.
Probi – A global company focused exclusively on researching, manufacturing and delivering clinically proven probiotics. Probi are experts at managing stable, live bacteria from R&D through every stage of the manufacturing process and into finished products. Health concepts, formulations and formats are supported by robust clinical documentation.