Probiotics

Alana MacFarlane Kempner on stage at Probiota

The Gut Stuff on using the ‘shock factor’ in the right way

By Olivia Brown

The Gut Stuff, an education brand founded by sisters from the Zoe TwinsUK microbiome study cohort, is working to spread microbiome science knowledge by cutting through the noise on and offline with an ethical approach to shock factor tactics.

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Pairing aspirin with a probiotic may reduce stomach lining damage

By Olivia Brown

Co-ingestion of aspirin with probiotic strain Bifidobacterium breve Bif195 in a group of healthy adults significantly reduced damage to the stomach lining associated with prolonged or high-dose aspirin consumption, according to a recent study.

The impact of modern living on microbiome profile and allergies

The impact of modern living on microbiome profile and allergies

By Claudia Adrien

A new review by Australia-based researchers suggests there is a shortage of proven and reliable microbiome-based interventions for allergic disorders. Writing in the World Allergy Organization Journal, the scientists connect this to the interaction between...

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Research reveals potential role of microbiome in fertility

By Olivia Brown

The dominance of bacteria Lactobacillus spp. in the female reproductive tract is associated with improved pregnancy outcomes while vaginal and endometrial dysbiosis may reduce the chances of successful embryonic implantation, according to a new review.

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Study suggests Bimuno prebiotic reduces sleep disturbance impact

By Olivia Brown

New research finds that Clasado Biosciences’ prebiotic Bimuno GOS (B-GOS) significantly improved quality of life measures across areas of gastrointestinal health and sleep in individuals suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and sleep disturbances.

Probiotics may thwart symptoms of Covid-19

Probiotics may thwart symptoms of Covid-19

By Claudia Adrien

Commercially available probiotics may limit the symptoms of Covid-19, such as preventing the development of upper and lower respiratory tract infections in healthy adults, according to a study by Duke University researchers.

 NutraCast: New year, new trends with Vitaquest

NutraCast: New year, new trends with Vitaquest

By Danielle Masterson

It’s the new year so you know what that means—new trends. So what is trending in herbs and botanicals? And what are some of the key factors influencing the market? Here to share the latest are Lauren Samot, RD, commercial innovation leader, and Jon Weisgal,...

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FrieslandCampina reveals 2024 trends report

By Olivia Haslam

Key trends to watch in 2024 will include next-gen alt protein solutions, sustainability with substantiation, medicines for the mind and active ageing solutions.

Probiota Day 1: First 1,000 Days & Skin Health

Probiota Day 1: First 1,000 Days & Skin Health

By Stephen Daniells

With just five weeks to go before the start of Probiota in Milan, NutraIngredients previews what attendees can expect each day of this three-day microbiome extravaganza.

Does fiber-deprived Akkermansia worsen food allergy?

Does fiber-deprived Akkermansia worsen food allergy?

By Asia Sherman

In a recent study, researchers from the Luxembourg Institute of Health suggested that Akkermansia muciniphila—a bacterium found in the mucus layer of the human intestinal tract—exacerbates food allergies when the gut microbiota of germ-free lab mice is...

Willy Pardiñas talks OneHealth with Claudia Adrien.

Novozymes’ Willy Pardiñas on OneHealth and human health challenges

By Claudia Adrien

“If you think about what Novozymes provides, they have a library of ingredients that can be used to confer a benefit for human health. We make sure our designs are market driven and most importantly clinically tested. We want to make sure our products...

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